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Corporate Chair Massage and Peak Performance

When The New York Chair Massage Network, a  team that has been rated the #1 Chair Massage Company in NYC – www.eventschairmassage.com – does a trade show at the Javits’ Center we are often asked about the connection between seated massage and peak performance.

Peak performance is really about excellence. Excellence is fed by many elements, among them is kinethetics.  Kinesthetic performance is a performance style in which excellence is expanded through the influence of movement and touch physical activities, rather than listening to a lecture or watching demonstrations. Corporate chair massage of the type offered through eventchairmassage.com is a powerful tool for building kinesthetic performance.

Why is this seated or onsite chair massage important?  Because stress in many companies affects performance.

An analysis of a massive employee opinion database confirms the perils of organizational Change. An article in the November/December  2016 issue of Incentive Magazine focused on the fact that big changes in a corporate environment hurt employee engagement and retention. The article, by Leo Jakobson quotes a report that confirms what top executives have long known – That periods of fast and unexpected change such as a leadership transaction, a management shake-up or a merger can have a dramatic impact on employee engagement. There is a good chance that any stress management approach that is well thought out can reduce employee stress in such a situation and increase productivity.

Corporate Chair massage is one of the most powerful tools any company can use to help employees to deal with these situations.


    The New York  Chair Massage Company was the official Onsite Chair Massage Provider for the  Learning  Annex Real Estate Wealth Expos” between 2005 – 2009. At these events, we gave chair massage sessions to  thousands of attendees in nine cities who came to hear Tony Robbins, George Foreman, Robert Kyosaki (Rich Dad, Poor Dad), Barbara Corcoran (NBS’s “Shark Tank” and other speakers.”

                         Lewis Harrison, LMT – Director



What our clients say about us.

“They are amazing…. I recommend them to anyone who wants less stress and more energy.”

Jack Canfield Co-author, Chicken Soup for the Soul


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Lewis Harrison – RealUGuru, is a master lifehacker, writer, mentor, success and wealth coach, content-rich, motivational speaker, and an entrepreneur specializing in problem solving and strategizing  based on game thinking, applied game theory and Game Thinking.

He is the author of over twenty-two books published in five languages.


Don’t forget to tune to the RealUGuru Radio show every Thursday 4-6 PM EST  at WIOX 91.3 FM or on your smart device at WIOXRadio.org.

WIOX is a diverse station that broadcasts original programming including presentation from NPR, the BBC, Democracy Now etc.

If you are interested in business success in life coaching, stress management or corporate chair massage you need to read Lewis’ recently published business books.

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www.RealUGuru.com is a think tank that  focuses on the application of applied game thinking, gamification, decision science, positive psychology, happiness,  and visionary thinking to solve basic, complex and extreme problems. Lewis Harrison is the creator of a course on business success and human potential.

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Today’s stress management blog is presented  by a grant from Events  Chair Massage –www.EventschairMasssage.com –  a company that offers Corporate Chair Massage and Stress Management Services to meeting planner, event planners, party planners and HR for Trade show booths throughout the United States.


Below is a chair massage demo that shows techniques our corporate chair massage therapists use to massage their clients’ upper back, shoulders, and neck — using elbows and forearms, with minimal use of the thumbs.