Massage Therapy At Work: Pamper Yourself On Your Own Schedule.

On the Lot / January 25, 2015

Sometimes it pays to get away from it all, but what happens when stepping away from your project for a weekend or a day trip just isn’t possible?

Be Well Spa: LA Center Studios

Just Be

Whether it’s me-time or down-time, it’s important to make sure that you’re setting aside time to focus on yourself. In a world of increasing job demands in the workplace, it’s easy to overlook the benefits of having an environment that offers you the opportunity to escape for just a moment, whether it’s a full-body massage or a facial.

That’s why Los Angeles Center Studios’ amenities range from an on-demand spa services to dry cleaning. LACS envisions a space where the small details of your life are taken care of so that you can devote more time to your work or project.

According to the Wall Street Journal, “Research over the past couple of years has found that massage therapy boosts immune function in women with breast cancer, improves symptoms in children with asthma, and increases grip strength in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome.”

Staying healthy should be at the top of everyone’s list from a PA to an Exec, so here at LACS we’re focused on making available to you only the best massage therapy and spa solutions in our Be Well Spa. On-site workplace massage within an hour of ordering the service, the dedicated and licensed therapists offer deep tissue massages, reflexology, facials, and even professional hair and makeup.

A Hands On Approach

Luckily that’s only the tip of the iceberg for the Be Well Spa with group sessions offered for cast, crew, or even party guests.

The Mayo Clinic says that, “Studies of the benefits of massage demonstrate that it is an effective treatment for reducing stress, pain and muscle tension.” Naturally stress and muscle tension go hand in hand with the entertainment industry, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t manage it on a week by week basis.

A healing touch can often be the difference between a bad day or a good day. Energy Work is available through the Be Well Spa offering clients several unique and powerful body and mind therapies designed for your personal needs including, but not limited to: Reiki, Matrix, and Polarity.

In the same Mayo Clinic entry on massage, treating and relieving anxiety is often a byproduct of a healing massage. Treating not only physical ailments, but mental ones is necessary for a wholesome and holistic approach to life. In a study performed in 2000, Margaret Hodge, Ed.D. R.N. and her associates discovered that massage, “performed at the job site improved overall feelings of well-being among workers. Those receiving this workplace massage reported feeling an increase in general well-being, less depression and anxiety symptoms, an increased ability to control their emotions and an increase in sleep.”

Treat. Yo. Self.

The entertainment industry has a rank of 2.55 when it comes to job stress reports. That might not sound like a terrible number until you realize that 5 is the least stressful and 1 is the most stressful.

While it may not be true for every person in the industry, LACS understands that everyone deals with stress in different ways and with our workplace massage, we work hard to make sure we’re offering something that everyone can enjoy.

In the oh-so-wise words of NBC’s Parks and Recreation’s Donna Meagle and Tom Haverford, “Treat Yo Self.”

Please Note: LACS doesn’t currently offer Fine Leather Goods.

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