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Sense Massage Therapy provided onsite chair massage to the key note speakers, delegates, and event organisers at the Pavilion in Harrogate. Our aim was to demonstrate the benefits of seated massage in the workplace and provide a practical tool managers can use as part of their care of duty to…
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We recently heard about a campaign called Share The Love being run by Fairfield Care to combat loneliness. As we approach Valentine’s Day, a time all about love, we are asking you to think about someone that's close to you. Someone that lives alone and might be feeling lonely. It…
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Did you manage a Dry January? We all know January is the time we cut back after all the overindulgence of Christmas, we try to not drink, cut back on the chocolate and crisps, and we are really, really determined to look after ourselves, right? If you did, then well…
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The effect of constant stress on a deep-lying region of the brain explains the increased risk of heart attack, a study in The Lancet suggests. In a study of 300 people, those with higher activity in the amygdala were more likely to develop cardiovascular disease - and sooner than others.…
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Every year, 17 May is dedicated to World Hypertension Day, the purpose of the which is to promote public awareness of the problem. Hypertension is also known as high blood pressure and astonishingly one in three adults in the UK has high blood pressure. High blood pressure raises the risk…
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Waitresses and nursing aides run a higher risk of stroke than janitors or teachers, according to research published in the journal Neurology. The study found that people who experience high levels of stress at work may be at greater risk for stroke.
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July 2013Nurses miss 1,000 hours due to stress as cuts bite at Sunderland hospital STRESSED nurses were absent from work for almost 1,000 hours in the first three months of this year. New figures from Sunderland Royal Hospital reveal exhausted staff nurses and specialist nurse practitioners (SNPs) were the groups…
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June 2013Stress levels are straining relationships and having a negative effect on wellbeing, according to Teachers Assurance survey On reading the latest report on teachers' stress levels, weary sense of deja vu descended. The survey by Teachers Assurance reveals that 76% of teachers believe that workplace stress is making them…
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The Heath & Safety Executive has increased its focus on work related stress. Reports from the HSE and trades unions have long reported on the rise of stress within the workplace, often leading to high rates of employee absence. The latest figures show that around 10 million working days are…
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October 2010University of Manchester sociologist, Tarani Chandola, has published a report that reveals the global economic downturn has caused levels of work-related stress in the UK to soar. The report claims that in each of the last two years, work stress levels rose by more than 4%, compared to annual…
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About Sense

Sense Massage Therapy has been providing on site chair massage in the workplace since January 2000 and we have worked with hundreds of companies across the UK and Ireland.

Our ethos is to work hard for you so you can relax. Sense continually strives to bring the best quality service to the most important aspect of your company, your people.

Providing on site chair massage is an effective addition to any stress management programme that gives immediate results. Regular visits can also help to help reduce absenteeism, turnover and sick days. We will leave your staff happy and energised - guaranteed.

To experience the benefits of office massage in your company just speak to our team on 0800 488 0606.