"It is my goal to see chair massage embraced by businesses large and small as one of the best investments that can be made in their employees. It reduces pain and stress, which in turn benefits immune system response and increases productivity."
Daybreak becomes AtWorkMassage:
For 16 years I worked as Daybreak Health Systems.
Daybreak Health Systems was founded in 1992 to provide chair massage and other stress intervention services to business in Knoxville, TN.
I have provided over 30,000 massage sequences in the Knoxville area since 1992. Working in venues from corporate offices to Market Square Mall and truck stops. Working with associates, I have taken the lead in educating consumers about the benefits of chair massage and TouchPro® specifically
My website has been www.atworkmassage.com for over 10 years, which truly describes the majority of my work, so it is time for my business to be known by that "new" name.
Since 1993, I have provided chair massage to people at their work locations. For the past eight years, Day Break Station has operated at the Plaza Towers in downtown Knoxville and continues now with appointments and walk-in opportunities on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week.
Over the past 16 years, I have taught chair massage, not only at most of the local massage schools, but also in other states with David Palmer's TouchPro Institute. Palmer is recognized in the massage profession as the "father" of chair massage.
The contractors that I use have all been trained in and practice the same Asian acupressure technique that I provide.
Today AtWorkMassage is growing with the addition of contract practitioners who work in corporate venues in Knoxville and Maryville. A walk-in location is in operation in the Retail Mall at First Tennessee Plaza in downtown Knoxville.
Chair massage (also known as corporate massage or on-site massage) is massage administered through your normal work clothing and requires no oils. Instead of using a table, the massage is delivered in a specially designed portable massage chair that our practitioner brings to your workplace or company event. These chairs slope forward allowing access to the large muscles of the back.
Leaning forward in the chair allows you to relax completely with your head resting in a "face cradle" lined with a soft, disposable cover. The massage focuses on the upper body areas that often cause problems for people who sit at a desk or use a computer keyboard.