Corporate Wellness

At Health Coach, we not only provide quality individual care but also take an active role in prevention by bringing Coporate Health Enhancement Programs to your office.  We offer chair massage and onsite ergonomic evaluations. To learn more about our corporate services, call 602.257.4520.


On-Site Ergonomic Evaluations

Could your staff benefit from a 10-15 minute break to rejuvenate those tired and aching muscles? Research indicates that...
· Over 50% of lost work days are stress related. (1)
· 40% of job turnover is due to stress. (2)
· Office workers who received a massage were more alert, performed better and were less stressed than those who weren’t massaged. (3) 

Chair massage is one of the most popular services that Health Coach offers. It can be set up in conjunction with screenings or health fairs, or as an onsite service by itself.  And…setting it up at your office is easy as 1 2 3!

1. Call Health Coach to set up a date and time for your chair massage event. We will help you figure out what will work best for your office based on your employee number and to help minimize any lost work time. Around lunch or scheduled breaks works great.

2. Market the upcoming chair massage date and time to your employees through emails and flyers. You can set it up as ‘first come first serve’ or ask us for one of our ‘sign up’ sheets if you want employees to sign up for designated times.

3. Relax and know your employees are in great hands as our therapists melt away stress and recharge the batteries of your staff with 10 to 15 minute massages.

*Is your company located in or around downtown phoenix? If so...chair massage at your office might be available at a reduced fee or for no charge. Call 602 257 4520 and ask to talk with Dr. Counselman about this 'Downtown Partnership Program.' 

1. Occupational Health and Safety news and the National Council on Compensation Insurance (U.S.A.)
2. American Institute of Stress
3. Field, Ironson, Pickens, et al. (1996). Massage Therapy Reduces Anxiety and Enhances EEG Patter of Alertness and Math Computations. International Journal of Neuroscience 86, 197-205