Trying to keep up with the different aspects of your life such as work deadlines, interpersonal relationships and other individual issues, results in a lot of stress that practically cannot be avoided.
Stress, for the most part doesn’t sound like something serious, it sounds like something lazing around over the weekend would solve. Well, there is a whole other side of the problem that remains invisible to us. If stress isn’t dealt with properly, over a long period of time it could lead to not only psychological but also physical ailments, commonly referred to as lifestyle diseases.
SoulVigour’s primary aim is to –
Our founder has twenty-five years worth of experience of senior leadership positions at corporates. In that time, he has dealt with the various stress related problems faced by people working in offices everywhere, and an insufficient number of remedies to them. This gaping requirement in India motivated him to leave his job and start SoulVigour. An attempt to organize a relatively unorganized industry and to spread awareness about the importance of wellness in everyday lives of individuals and corporates.
The growing number of people facing the ramifications of stress, richly substantiate the need for a way out. Of course, there are choices available today such as yoga, meditation or working out, but all of these require a degree of discipline and dedication. Massage on the other hand does not requires zero effort on your part. It is an age-old method of releasing the tension from tired and stressed muscles, one of the most prevalent and relaxing methods in history. And it is the only way where the beneficiary has to do nothing, and still gets immediate and long-term results.
With the help of the corporate part of SoulVigour, we plan to help you fight stress at one of the major places you gather it, the office! For the first time in India, the extremely enjoyable and relaxing benefits of massage at the convenience of your office. A seated massage facility within walking distance of an employee’s work stations gives them the ability to get a quick fifteen minute massage and get back to work.
Massage therapy, if done in a periodical manner, has the potential to keep you feeling not only physically fitter as it stimulates blood circulation, benefitting your health in numerous ways but also relax your nerves and give you the ability to do more everywhere you want to.
No matter what your employees’ duties are, the office can often be a huge source of stress. Corporate massage addresses this issue by making relaxation and rejuvenation part of the work day, leading to many benefits for both employees and the company as a whole.
Ranging from a couple of days a week to everyday of the month, we can be at your office, helping your employees fight stress in a highly enjoyable method. Our set up fits within a very reasonable space in the corner of your office. Where, your employees can take turns having the stress or any muscular pain in their bodies taken care of. That keep them from giving it their all for your company.
If you like, we can up the relaxation factor by adding things like soothing music and flavored aromas in the air.
With SoulVigour’s innovative concept of corporate seated massage, join the league of progressive and forward looking companies that take care of their employees’ health and wellness needs.
After you get comfortable on the specialized massage chair that allows your body to be completely at rest, in a brief period of 10 to 15 minutes which comprise of the use of perfected techniques to stimulate blood circulation and relax your muscles, our therapist would eliminate any stress or tension you might have gathered in the day.
Extreme relaxation, so that you can spend the rest of your day with a little more energy.
Spending hours hunched over a desk, lack of sleep, skipped meals or even something as simple as having a bad posture can cause you headaches that irritate you throughout the day. And since you can’t prevent the trouble, the next best option is to fight it.
Commonly known around the world as Indian head massage, This style involves reducing the stiffness of muscles and stimulating blood flow in the body, introducing you to an extremely soothing state of relaxation.
Reflexology, commonly known as foot message, involves applying pressure to certain points on the sole of your feet that correspond to certain organs and systems in the body. This can be extremely relaxing for people who are on their feet all day, or anyone who enjoys a good foot rub.
Once you book the massage, the SoulVigour therapist would arrive at your residence at the decided time, with all the essentials required. A soft mattress, disposable wearables and sheets, scented massage oils, soothing music and an aroma diffuser for the ambiance.
The massage would last for an hour at the minimum. You can book an appointment either by dropping a query on the bottom of the page or by calling us on 9594993333
Thanks to SoulVigour, you can avoid the trouble of traveling to the spa. Get a spa quality massage in the comfort of your home.
Never tried a massage before? This would be the perfect one for you. This is an introductory technique, designed for those of you new to massage. The primary goal of this technique is to relax the entire body, this is accomplished by precise gliding strokes on your mussels that encourage the blood flow and introduce you to new depths of relaxation.
Swedish massage, known in most of Europe as ‘Classic massage’, did not originate in Sweden, nor was it created by a Swede. It was actually developed by Henri Peter Ling in the 1700s. This is a very popular style with enjoyment and relaxation as its main aims.
As the name suggests, this style targets the deeper layers of the muscles. This is used for chronically tight or painful muscles, repetitive strain, postural problems, or recovery from injury. People often feel sore for one to two days after deep tissue massage, but the benefits can be well worth it.
Deep tissue isn’t for everyone. For a newbie, the pressure would feel like sheer torture at first. The pain is a must though, because there would be no real healing without it.
Deep tissue, developed by Canadian physicians in the mid 1800s, can help make everyone’s lives better, but is an absolute necessity for people undergoing physical therapy and athletes who don’t take their training lightly.
Along with intense compressions and stretches, this style also aligns the energies of the body using gentle pressure on specific points. Thai message is more energizing than any other form of message, the therapist moves and stretches you into a sequence of postures, its like yoga without the work. It also reduces stress and improves flexibility.
Full Thai body massage is performed at the floor level, it includes gentle stretches and pressure point techniques that re-energize the body.
Although it originated in India, this form achieved greater popularity in Thailand, hence the name.
Spending hours hunched over a desk, lack of sleep, skipped meals or even something as simple as having a bad posture can cause you headaches that would irritate you throughout the day. And since you can’t prevent the trouble, the next best option is to fight it.
Add a new color to the festivities of your celebrations or a new element to a formal gatherings, using our hit new tool called Seated Massage.
Add a new color to any personal or corporate events with SoulVigour. The seated massage services, that you can find at many of the corporates around town works beautifully in events, to relax and increase the enjoyment of the guests/participants at your event.
In just a fifteen minute interval on the massage chair with a SoulVigour therapist, one enjoy all of the short term benefits of massage and get back to the gathering in a better mood.
You can use the SoulVigour tools attract attention to a booth you set up at a conference, or help the guests at your party have a little more fun. Use it to energize your staff, give it out as a prize or even just as your personal relaxation machine.
The area of operation is not limited by the city boundaries, for very small increments in cost we serve at destination events around the country.
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