Got An Event You're Exhibiting At?
Let Us Help You Get The Results You're Looking For!
We know how important it is for you to attract qualified attendees to your exhibit. Our mission is to help you create an exhibit draw that attracts lots of attendees to your exhibit and to give them a memorable experience that leaves them feeling better about your company and the services and/or products you provide while helping them feel better physically and mentally!
Our event massage therapists have plenty of experience providing trade show massages and will help ensure you achieve the results you want. They help make your job easier. Free chair massages lets your attendees know you're concerned about their health and well-being and definitely helps your company achieve your trade show goals.
What can you achieve with "free massage" at your exhibit?
- A constant draw to your exhibit every day of the event
- Bigger crowds in your exhibit.
- More leads for your sales department.
- Increased awareness of your company at the show.
- Increase the time attendees stay in your exhibit.
- Build Goodwill
Our Massage Therapists Can:
- Wear Your Logo Attire.
- Hand Out Your Promotional Material.
- Scan Attendees ID or Collect Business Cards.
- Refresh Your Booth Staff.
- Short Upper Body Chair Massages (Neck, Shoulders, Back, Arms & Hands)
- Mini-Hand Massages
- Reflexology Foot Massages
- Sports and Sports Style Table Massages
All massages are performed while clients remain fully dressed.
A Little Science... Health Benefits
A seated chair massage is more than a luxury that leaves you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. It can have positive health implications. In just 10 minutes, your blood pressure and heart rate decrease, Dr. Tiffany Field, founder of the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami School of Medicine told "More" magazine. Any type of massage, including chair massage, can reduce stress, improve sleep, help sore and tight muscles and enhance immunity.
Controlled studies, conducted at University of Miami School of Medicine, Duke and Georgetown Universities. Groups of subjects received 10-15-minute chair massages ,while other groups rested for the same period of time. EEG results showed that subjects who received chair massages, had an increase in delta brain waves, suggesting they were more relaxed than the rested group and a decrease in alpha and beta brain waves (indicating greater alertness). The massaged subjects also worked math computations faster and more accurately than the groups who only rested for the same periods of time.