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Therapeutic Massage

Ever wish you could have one at work? Stop dreaming.

Our licensed, experienced, and exceptional WellnessWorks Massage Therapists bring these health benefits to Corporate Clients/Events and Individuals.  

Did you know?

WellnessWorks Massage Therapy is just one piece of the OSSPT comprehensive injury prevention program.

Benefits multiply when it is combined with other OSSPT physical therapy services such as injury management, exercise and stretch programming, body mechanics training and ergonomic education.

Kim Taylor, Massage Therapist

Kim Taylor, Massage Therapist

Kim completed the Therapeutic Body Wellness Massage Program from Minneapolis School of Massage and Bodywork, Inc.  She is passionate about…

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What is Massage Therapy?

Many people think that massage is a luxury spa treatment that is only meant for pampering. On the contrary, therapeutic massage, provided by a highly skilled and educated practitioner, is proven to ease muscle tension, decrease stress and increase feelings of well-being.  Treatment options include deep tissue, relaxation, trigger point, myofascial release, and more.

Massage Therapy benefits include:
  • Increased flexibility
  • Improved productivity
  • Improved circulation
  • Decreased Stress
  • Decreased muscle tightness
  • Improved quality of movement
  • Decreased inflammation
  • Improved sleep
  • Decreased aches/pains
  • Decreased anxiety
Massage in the Workplace

Aches and pains are the leading cause of absenteeism at the office.  When someone is in pain or uncomfortable, they are unable to focus and work at their highest potential. Bringing massage therapy to your place of work provides your employees with easy access to a service that decreases discomfort, stress and tension.

Since massage is an accepted treatment for disorders that hike company injury expense, such as back and neck pain and repetitive stress injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome, having it available in the workplace proactively decreases the risk of more severe conditions or injuries arising – a win-win for both employees and employers.