Corporate Chair Massage

$85 an hour per therapist, minimum of 2 hours

Corporate or work place chair massage has some fantastic benefits.

How does this work? We show up at your office, with all the equipment, ready to de-stress your employees!  Not only has it been shown to lower workers comp, but it also boosts employee moral. Begin a culture of less-stress conditions and relaxed employees, and watch how it brings and boosts productivity.

Great for more than just the office lunch break or corporate meeting, schedule a chair massage for conventions or conferences, appreciation days, health and wellness fairs, monthly birthday party celebrations or even private events!



Prepay and schedule 3 events for your location and receive 15% off of your service price.  



$10 travelling charge for each therapist if location is more that 25 miles away from Mellow Me Out.

15% gratuity added automatically to all chair events.

Contact Dale at for more information or inquiries.


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“A seated chair massage might be more than a luxury that leaves you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. It can have positive health implications. In just 10 minutes, your blood pressure and heart rate decrease, Dr. Tiffany Field, founder of the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami School of Medicine told “More” magazine. Any type of massage, including chair massage, can reduce stress, improve sleep, help sore and tight muscles and enhance immunity.

At the Workplace

Chair massage offered at the workplace can improve productivity and reduce stress. A study published in the “Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine” in 2011 found that twice a week chair massages decreased musculoskeletal aching and pain and increased range of motion after one month. “Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice” in 2012 reported a study showing that offering 15-minute chair massages to nurses during work hours significantly reduced their stress. When employees aren’t hurting and aren’t stressed, they’re more able to focus on job-related tasks.”