Providing Massage Therapy Increases Profitability

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"Corporate Culture" is a new benchmark measuring business success. Businesses on Fortune's Top Companies to Work for understand the importance of providing employees with a positive working environment. Many of these organizations are utilizing Massage Therapy within their health and wellness objectives.  Healthier employees lead to happier ones.  Happy employees translate into more productive workers, taking less sick time.  They feel more loyal to you, their employer.  They relate to one another and to your clients better, engaging a higher level of loyal clients to your business.   Your health care costs go down while profits increase.  Win-Win!

Pamela Olsen, MM, LMT, NCBTMB is a successful Entrepreneur, Licensed Massage Therapist, Musician & Author.  She is the Founder, and Sole-Proprietor of Olsen Shiatsu & Massage.  She is an expert at helping your Mind-Body & Spirit in dealing with issues of stress; muscle issues such as tendonitis, strains & sprains; and energy balance issues.  Ms. Olsen trained in Massage Therapy @ "The Harvard of Massage Schools" the Swedish Institute in Manhattan, where she learned the following modalities: Shiatsu, Deep Tissue, Swedish, Medical, Sports & Reflexology.  She has over 2,000 hours of training, including continuing education credits with Eastern Medicine Guru, Jeffery Yuen.  The motto @ Olsen Shiatsu & Massage is: "Relieving Your Stress & Pain, Helping You to Heal Faster".

Pamela has successfully served the general public in her private practice and has specialized in Manhattan treating dancers @ Hunter College; hospital staff @ Beth Israel; Senior Citizens & the Physically/Hearing Impaired @ Penn South Retirement Home; Senior Citizens, Faculty/Students @ the Swedish Institute; Cancer Patients @ the JCC.

http://www.pamelaolsen.com

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