Chair Massage


Newtown, CT. Two days after the shooting we drove down and offered our services

Hand in Hand  has provided workshops or Chair Massage at:

  • Addison Gilbert Hospital
  • Alkermes
  • Americorps
  • Blue Cross & Blue Shield
  • Boston Animal Rescue League Boston/Brookline/Cambridge/Needham
  • Cambridge and Boston Adult Education Centers
  • Boston College
  • Boston Sports Club
  • Boston University
  • Cambridge Savings Bank
  • Cascap
  • CEI
  • Comu Management
  • Curl Corporation
  • Eisai Research Institute
  • Forsyth Dental Center
  • Globe Specialty Products
  • Harvard University
  • Healthworks
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • Interface
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Massage Institute of New England
  • Mount Auburm Hospital
  • O’Reilly Associates
  • Salem Academy Charter School
  • Risk Management
  • Sunlife of Canada
  • Tufts University
  • Virus Research, Inc.
  • Yankee Dental Convention

Sessions are usually set up as four 15-minute sessions per hour or six 10-minute sessions per hour. Since we are now nomads, we will do these sessions while the client is in a regular chair, seated on a stool or you may provide a professional massage chair for us to use.

Bring Hand in Hand Chair Massage to:

– your work place
– barbecue
– party
– pretty much any where

At your Home or Party:

Hand in Hand Chair Massage is a great and fun addition to your event. Even, and particularly, at children’s parties, we have found that it gives parents something unusual and wonderful to look forward as well as a much needed few minutes of relaxation.

At Work:

Hand in Hand On-Site Massage at your workplace can minimize the effects of stress on the body and give everyone a refreshing break. in this setting, we focus our work not only on relaxation to reduce stress, areas that are tight & problematic, but also on invigoration so that you can go back to work with renewed energy. It is not unusual for employees to experience headaches, carpal tunnel and other RSI (repetitive stress injuries). Left unaddressed this type of stress to the body often shortens and even ends careers while costing employers billions a year due to lost productivity, medical expenses and employee turnover.

Introduce massage in the workplace as a key method to:

  • Create a positive attitude in the workplace
  • Improve focus and attention span
  • Increase energy levels and productivity
  • Foster clarity of thought
  • Enhance physical, emotional and mental well being
  • Decrease moodiness and fatigue
  • Increase appreciation for management
  • Reduce stress and tension
  • Reduce sick days by relaxing tense muscles, dissolving headaches, and soothing aches and pains