Workplace Massage FAQ
When you work with us, we make it easy on you — we handle all the staffing and scheduling and provide you with everything you need to make your one-time event or ongoing workplace massage program successful.
- How do I get started with Workplace Massage?
It’s easy to book a one-time event or set up regular Workplace Massage service. Whether your company is large or a young start-up, Dreamclinic makes it possible for your team to enjoy the benefits of workplace massage. We’ll work with you to set up service that’s just right for your company size. It’s easy, click here to see a full list of service options.
- What is the minimum service duration?
Both for recurring service engagements and for one-time events, we require a minimum service duration of 4 hours for each day of service.
- What payment options are available?
We accept all forms of credit and debit cards. We no longer accept cash or checks onsite. Click here to view our pricing page.
- What are your fees?
For one-time events, there is an Event Coordination fee of 3% of the sale total or $75 (whichever is greater). Other fees may apply in certain situations. We add any parking costs incurred by our therapists to the final bill after the day of service. A $20 travel fee applies if service is being provided at a location outside of a 15 mile radius from Dreamclinic Roosevelt. A $30 setup fee applies for home service.
- How many massages can be done in an hour?
You can choose both the duration of the massages and how many therapists you need. One therapist in an hour can handle:
Six 10-minute sessions
Four 15-minute sessions
Three 20-minute sessions
Two 30-minute sessions
Note: We schedule unpaid break time for our therapists. You are only billed for actual massage time.
- Do you provide onsite Table Massage as well as Chair Massage?
Due to increasing requests, we have recently begun offering Table Massage as well. Please call us at 206-525-0726 for a personalized quote.
- Do you have documents I can share with my team or boss?
For your convenience below is information you can download and share easily in PDF form with your team or boss:
Dreamclinic Workplace Massage Service Overview
Dreamclinic Solution to Workplace Stress
Case Study at Blink User Design Firm
Article – Office Massage Reduces Strain
Article – More Businesses are Offering Workplace Massage
- How do I schedule?
If your company is using our convenient online scheduling, you can make an appointment by visiting our current clients page and choosing your company logo. Online appointments must be scheduled by 7pm the day before service. No worries if you miss the deadline though, you may also make an appointment with the therapist on the day of service.
- What is included in the service?
We provide everything you need and more for an excellent massage experience in the workplace!
- A great massage therapist
- Massage chair or table
- Massage supplies
- Music player
- Free online scheduling
- Service reminder emails
- Ready-made marketing materials to fit your needs (flyers, table tents, stand-alone posters, etc.)
- Full coordination of staffing and relaying important logistical details
- Last minute therapist coverage, if needed.
- Who will the massage be provided by?
Dreamclinic hires only skilled, licensed therapists with a caring attitude and genuine passion for wellness. We recognize that for long-term client satisfaction there has to be a ‘click’ between the massage therapist and the people at your workplace. We think of it as the magic ingredient! This is why we assign the best-fit therapist for your specific event or location. And, we check in with you shortly after the start of service to make sure the magic is happening for your individual workplace culture.
- What is chair massage?
Seated Massage is performed using a specially designed portable massage chair that’s comfortable to sit in and gives the massage therapist easy access to your neck, shoulders, back, arms and hands. This seated chair approach to bodywork was originally pioneered as ‘on-site massage’ for the workplace by David Palmer, who developed the first specialized massage chair in 1986. Since then chair massage has expanded into storefronts, health food stores, airports, health fairs, convention centers, sporting events and other locations. Because clients remain fully clothed and a chair massage session takes less time and less cost than table massage, it has become a popular way to offer the benefits of professional massage to the general public.