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On-site Massage​

On-site chair and table massage


I'm very passionate about making massage therapy accessible. With doing so I have had the privilege of offering on-site mobile massage therapy for local corporations, athletic teams and within the entertainment and production industry.

Corporate Events, Movie Sets, Production Crews, Celebrity Clientele, Celebrity Events, Sports Events!

On-Site chair and table massage

  • $120/ hr + $20 travel/set up fee for massage therapy (chair/table)

  • 120/hr +20 travel/set up fee for sports massage (table only)

Total cost and time for on-sites will include include turnaround time between massages for sanitizing, restocking supplies if needed, and short breaks if longer than 2 hours. Travel fee is local only; additional charge will be added for travel outside of the Cincinnati, Ohio area. 


Corporate Chair Massage 

Chair massage makes massage therapy accessible to those within your organization who are uncomfortable getting undressed and would otherwise never experience massage without it.

The benefits of corporate massage

  • Invigorate and relax staff

An immediate benefit is that the deep tissue massage can relax and soothe away tension, but invigorate the body at the same time. You will notice how much more relaxed people are, whilst being productive.

  • Productivity increases

Staff productivity is no longer just about getting as much as possible out of people in a given length of time, but about efficiencies and how they get things done. There are all kinds of things that you can do to increase productivity but, studies have proven that a relaxed, invigorated and valued workforce gets the job done better in the long run.

  • Valued

A valued employee is a happy employee.

And yet, so many work settings seem to thwart this from every angle. It is almost as if allowing someone time to relax, or time away from their desk will set a precedent for laziness and a lack of work.

The opposite is true; corporate massage is a brave step forward for some companies but then, after a few months, they wondered why they were reticent about diving into the world of corporate massage. Employees are not only absent less often, but they are being retained for longer and, people will also want to work for your business too. With an engaged workforce and strong culture of wellness, you will have employees who want to stay and you will also have talent knocking at your door.

Corporate massage is an investment in your most important asset – your staff. There are many other benefits to corporate massage, some specific to a business and company culture. Lets connect.

On-Set Tv, Film Massage 

 From concerts, entertainment events, tv and movie sets.  I provide treatments to the film and television industry, helping to relax and rejuvenate both cast and crew. There will be options for table or seated massage, with a wide variety of therapies that are perfect for your hard working team.

Treatments can be provided anywhere with minimal equipment and minimal space needed, they can be set up at any venue, big or small, or are very well adapted to be provided on-set or on location.

I recommend a quiet room or trailer as this often provides a more peaceful experience away from the action. However, even if this is not available, a massage station can be set up in a quiet corner of your location, where I can easily treat cast and crew.


The Benefits of massage therapy on film and production sets:

  • Increased relaxation. Massage relaxation technique is becoming as commonplace as cold coffee and stale doughnuts on TV, film, music video and commercial sets.

  • Having a massage therapist on the set has become essential in boosting mood.

  • Reduces stress and anxiety while filming by delivering serenity on set.

  • Massage Improves Memory and Concentration. when massage relaxes tense muscles, it eases stress, which also benefits thinking and efficient work. Positive emotions typically are related to better thinking and memory, whereas negative emotions are associated with pessimistic thinking and less concentration.

Athletic training and sport events

Massage therapy has gone from a perceived luxury to a useful and even crucial part of treating ailments from the hospital to the athletic training room.

According to the American Massage Therapy Association (AMTA), massage acts to improve performance, reduce pain, prevent injury, encourage focus and shorten recovery time.  It basically involves two types of responses: a mechanical response as a result of the pressure and movement and a reflex response where the nerves respond to the stimulation of a massage. 

Benefits of athletic and sports massage:

  • Physiological Effect

You may not realize it, but massage affects he cardiovascular system.  It dilates blood vessels, which helps them work more efficiently to promote circulation.  The manual assistance of encouraging venous blood flow back to the heart enhances blood flow, which delivers fresh oxygen and nutrients to the tissue and promotes the removal of waste products and toxins.  Thanks to the relaxed state you’re in during and after the massage, your heart rate lowers. 

  • Psychological Effects  

The sports massage study in the Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness points out that athleticism, particularly the athleticism required in competitive sports, doesn’t rely solely on physical strength.  Tactical maneuvering in cycling or an ability to focus on a task (e.g., gymnastics or golf) can also affect performance.  Therefore, the psychological effect provided to an athlete by an experience such as massage may be of importance in a non-physiological manner.  These benefits include reducing stress and tension and anxiety while promoting relaxation by activating your parasympathetic nervous system.  So you get an increase in dopamine and serotonin levels and a reduction in cortisol levels, which are directly linked to stress. That relaxed, lowered-tension state encourages focus, a good thing to have before going into any sport, group exercise class or competition.  

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