Massage at work? Got an event? We can make it work

Massage Therapy Services

Massage At Work

There is no contract and no minimum time for our massage therapy. Depending on your needs, our fees can be paid entirely by the employer, employee, or split.

Our expert team of mobile massage therapists and wellbeing experts bring mobile treatments and workshops to your workplace, revitalizing your workforce reducing work stress and increasing productivity.

Work massageThese simple, cost effective strategies will help you:

  • Reward employees for their efforts
  • Create a better sense of wellbeing in the workplace
  • Lower turnover rate
  • Elevate motivation and morale
  • Improve performance

Massage at Events

Back In Touch Massage Therapy can take your events to a whole other level! Our massage therapists are trained by us to perform well under a variety of circumstances and situations. Make a great impression at trade shows, conventions, employee benefit fairs and other events.

We have been providing massage at events since 2001. Sample Events that we have worked:

  • Trade show booths
  • Conventions
  • Employee Benefit Fairs
  • Health Fairs
  • Sporting Events
  • Sales Conferences

(There is a 2 hour minimum for event massage. Typical treatments times range from 10-30 minutes per person, but can be more flexible based upon your needs.)

Benefit fairs and massage

Back In Touch has licensed massage practitioners with trade show and special event experience, ready to work hard to make your next event a huge success. We maintain the highest level of professionalism, providing high-quality chair massage services to events large and small kinds. We can also coordinate with your marketing team to make sure massages are received by prequalified attendees.

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Anheuser Busch
Level 3
Hunter Douglas


  • Massage therapy reduces stress
  • Massage increases productivity
  • Improves employee performance
  • Helps alleviate some medical conditions
  • Of the 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers, 77% offered massage therapy.
  • Companies like Google have around 50 massage therapists - and they plan to grow that number!
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