“Instead of sending products filled with sugar, alcohol and carbs, many employers are finding zero-calorie wellness experiences which address aspects of physical and mental health, are increasingly appreciated and valued by so many,” says Daniel Bornstein, VP of Business Development at Soothe.
LAS VEGAS (PRWEB) November 15, 2019
Soothe, the world’s leading on-demand massage service which delivers a licensed, insured massage therapist to one’s home, hotel or office, announces it will launch a corporate gift card program which allows companies to buy massage gift cards in large quantities starting November 15, 2019.
According to a recent survey, more than three in four workers say they would rather share an experience than exchange gifts, and 73% would rather have time off to do what they like rather than receive a holiday bonus, while yet another report reveals that Americans spend $16 billion annually on gifts that end up in the garbage. “In light of these changing perceptions about how employees value rewards and gifts, we thought this the right time to introduce Soothe as a high-quality wellness experience within the $125 billion corporate gift industry,” says Daniel Bornstein, VP of Business Development at Soothe.
Through a quick, five-step process, interested companies can enroll online, select a massage card type and design, apply customization, enter the quantity desired, and have gift cards delivered to a desired location. Soothe may offer reduced pricing relative to the quantity and dollar value of gift cards purchased. Individual recipients of the Soothe gift card can select from four types of massage (Deep Tissue, Swedish, Sports, Prenatal) and request the massage to be performed at their home, hotel or office, with as little as 60 minutes advance notice. Soothe has over 13,000 background-checked, licensed and insured massage therapists in its network, and its service is now available in 70 markets across 4 countries.
“The development of the Soothe At Work corporate massage program was step one in Soothe’s response to employer requests for setting up wellness perks, where we instituted ongoing sessions of in-office chair and table massage and, more recently, assisted stretching,” explains Bornstein. “The corporate massage program has been extremely well-received by all because massage therapy goes beyond addressing physical symptoms like tight necks, sore backs and hunched shoulders, it also helps sharpen focus, boost employee productivity and energy, while increasing positivity in the workplace, which is hugely important to employers seeking to retain employees. Massage has also been shown to reduce stress, worry, tension, and improve sleep.” According to the American Massage Therapy Association, a review of more than a dozen studies concluded that massage therapy helps relieve depression and anxiety.
Bornstein continues, “Step two in Soothe’s response to employer requests is the launch of this corporate gifting and rewards program because more and more employers want to reward employees for hard work and loyalty with a wellness experience, versus a physical gift. So instead of sending products filled with sugar, alcohol and carbs, many employers are finding zero-calorie wellness experiences which address aspects of physical and mental health, are increasingly appreciated and valued by so many.”
Customers who prefer not to buy gift cards in quantity can always purchase individual gift cards via Soothe’s app, soothe.com, and toll-free number 833-276-6843.
For more information about this gift card program for corporate purchases, rewards and gifting, visit the site or email email@example.com.
Soothe, the world’s leading on-demand massage service and app, lets users schedule a same-day massage in the privacy of their home or hotel. It also offers workplace massage through its corporate massage program Soothe At Work. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Soothe currently serves 70 markets across the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Australia. For more information, visit soothe.com or call 833-276-6843 for more information.
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