How to reduce the stress factors at work

This no hassle session will boost and re-balance your staff’s energy into its natural state of wellbeing immediately and effectively on the spot leaving them feel sensationally stress free, rejuvenated, alert and revived!

If you and your staff are like most computer users then it’s highly likely that coming to work is literally a pain in the neck!
What the experts call “postural syndrome” is an increasingly prevalent condition caused by the way we sit at our computers leading to stress to the neck and spine. You’ll be familiar with terms like RSI and you’ll appreciate that Health & Safety regulations require you to undertake display screen assessments but what you may not know is that lack of understanding about posture can lead to similar, serious conditions – and as these are experienced the effects on you and your business will be seen in –

  • Reduced productivity
  • Increased sickness absence
  • Higher staff turnover
  • Higher incidence of liability claims
  • Increased insurance premiums and so on.

So what can the revive company do to help obviate these problems?
Our clients have made a positive decision to reduce the stress factors at work and promote a healthier workplace environment by adopting an on-site programme of massage for staff. Just a 10/15/20/30 minute treatment is a big step forwards to reducing tension, enhancing the ability to concentrate and improving job satisfaction.
But I’d much rather show you how effective this is rather than just tell you about it!
Give me a call or email me and we can easily set up a brief meeting and demonstration and I can explain how our clients have adopted this positive approach to staff wellbeing.

P.S. Distress or de-stress ? – it’s up to you to help your staff and your business.

“Stressed and injured staff cannot perform at their best and employers know the damage this can do to their commercial success. This cost British industry £370 billion each year in sick pay. This is why it is down to employers and employees to work together to find a sensible work-life balance solution, which will give better commercial results, higher productivity and increased moral and commitment.” Secretary of State for the Trade & Industry 2006
(Associated Insurance Group) 70% of workers state that their job is very stressful. Stress is the number one cause of disability, it costs businesses millions a year in lost productivity. If negative stress continues for more than a short period of time, our health can suffer. The first warning signs could be flu or the onset of headaches. A weakness will often develop in some area of the body as a result of an immune system dysfunction. 
Migraines, irritable bowel syndrome, panic attacks, chronic fatigue and depression are just a few of the resulting dysfunctions. 

In Great Britain, as many as one in five people are suffering from high levels of work-related stress. That’s around 5 million workers. An estimated half million individuals report experiencing stress at a level they believe made them ill. These results are approximately 13.4 million working days lost per year.

The problem that stress can do to your business!

Over 12.8 million Work days were lost last year, due to stress, depression and anxiety. 
Up to 5 million workers in the UK feel “stressed” by their work load. Half a million workers believe this stress is making them physically ill. According to the Health & Safety Executive, Musculoskeletal disorders (Physical pain) are the most common occupational illness reported in the UK, affecting over 1.1 million staff per year.

“Work related stress is a major cause of occupational ill health. That means sickness absence high staff turnover and poor performance in your organisation” (HSE) “Stress is likely to become the greatest emerging risk to business in the 21st century”

The signs you need to look for:

  • Irritability
  • Reduced Performance
  • Poor Time-Keeping
  • Anxiety
  • Headaches/Back Pain/Other Physical Pain

The Law
To comply with the law (Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999), employers (that’s you) have two duties:
To assess the risk of stress related illness arising from work activities.
To take measures to control that risk which corporate massage can help.

The Revive Company can offer a range of services that are ideal for any workforce

On-site massage provides a low cost and easy to implement solution which has immediate results. By bringing massage into the workplace, you are demonstrating tangible concern for your staff and assisting them to make your business work.


  • Elevates energy levels
  • Alleviates headaches, tension and stiffness in the neck & back
  • Relieve muscle tension and stress
  • Improves productivity
  • Enhances ability to think and concentrate
  • Reduces physical and emotional stress
  • Reinvigorates the mind
  • Relieves fatigue
  • Promotes a sense of calmness and peace
  • Improves job satisfaction
  • Promotes hair vitality and circulation in scalp – Indian Head massage
  • Helps with nasal congestion and sinus problems – Indian Head massage

Treatments available:

Option 1

On-site CHAIR massage uses a mix of different massage techniques. No oils or fuss. During the treatment, the therapist will treat about 100 specific stress relief points on the back, neck, head, arms and shoulders. Chair massage is especially effective at producing therapeutic results in a brief period of time. You will remain fully clothed. Chair massage typically last between 10, 15 and 20 minutes.

Option 2

On-site INDIAN HEAD massage treatment the name, it’s much more than ‘just a head massage’, in fact it also works on the upper back, shoulders, arms, neck and face! Because these are all areas that may become tense and painful due, for example, to stress or the postural effects of working at a desk for long periods. By working in these areas Indian Head Massage systematically works the energy centres where tension is most likely to accumulate. This then gives instant release from physical and emotional stress, tension and also eases long-term ailments such as R.S.I, insomnia, headaches, eye-strain and sinusitis. Indian Head Massage has evolved from thousands of years of techniques handed down from generation to generation. Indian Head massage typically last between 10, 15 and 20 minutes.

Option 3

A new hand HELD MASSAGER with heat therapy that simulates blood circulation and thereby prepares the muscles for action. The massager relieves tension and reduces stress. The percussion massage penetrates deep into different layers of muscles to provide rejuvenation and relaxation. The synergy of heat therapy and negative ions provide the ultimate massage experience, not only boosting physical well-being, but promoting peace and relaxation. The massager aids in relieving pain, reducing swelling and increasing mobility in soft tissues and muscles. The massager helps to stretch contracted tendons. The massager helps muscles to recover from tension and fatigue more quickly, while inducing a reduction in the build-up of lactic acid. Ipamper massage lasts between 10, 15 and 20 minutes.

Option 4

iCare 200 EYE MASSAGER will help in eye healthcare. (Will benefit if using a computer all day)

Functions – Air Pressure, Heat and Vibration. The Magnetic nodes improve blood circulation around the eye area, further enhancing your massage experience.
Some benefits of using iCare 200: 
Relief of pseudo myopia (eye strain or fatigue of ocular systems)
Improve in eye blood circulation
Relief of myopia, amblyopia, astigmatism (Eye Conditions and Vision Disorders) 
Relief of lengthening & distortion of optic axis 
Relief of eye strain and tiredness 
Reduction of eye wrinkles, dark rings around the eyes and eye bags 
Relief from insomnia, headache and presbyopia is a condition in which the lens of the eye loses its ability to focus, making it difficult to see objects up close. Symptoms: Decreased focusing ability for near objects; Eyestrain; Headache.
Massage lasts between 10, 15 Minutes