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Corporate on-site chair massage is a fabulous wellness program to celebrate these unsung heroes. Both teachers and nurses celebrate their special days in May! Both professions are key to our communities as they continue to educate and nurture each day in their own special way.
What are your fond memories of your favorite teacher? We all have had experiences throughout our lives that have enhanced our learning both in and out of a school setting.
What would your experience be if there was no nurse to tend to you or a loved one during a time of need? Nurses tend to our physical and emotional wounds typically during a stressful time with medical assistance through experience and a calming behavior.
Teachers are often celebrated during the first full week of May each year. This special day has a long history that brings this celebration to the forefront in our community. In 1944, leaders in politics and education discussed the need for a national day to honor teachers. In 1953, Eleanor Roosevelt persuaded the 81st Congress to proclaim a National Teacher Day. Finally, in 1980, Congress declared National Teacher Day, which was later changed by the National Education Association to the first full week of May to honor these dedicated professionals.
This date is chosen in honor of the birthday of Florence Nightingale (1820-1910). As many are aware, she is known for founding the nursing profession during the Crimean War (1853-1856). An interesting fact is that she became known as “The Lady with the Lamp” due to her habit of making her rounds at night when others were not around.
To reward your favorite teachers and nurses with onsite chair massage, call Janet Constantino at 404-664-3221. Corporate on site massage is the PERFECT way to say “Thank You” to these special and important caregivers during this special time of year. A gift Certificate for a fullbody table massage is another way to give the gift of touch and relaxation. Visit SensAbility to view a full menu of services.
“In 2001, I graduated from the Atlanta School of Massage and have never looked back on my mission to bring peace and harmony into a stressful, work-centered culture. In October 2006, I started my business, Massage Kneads, and have been enriched professionally ever since. My college business degree and my passion for massage was the perfect marriage to Massage Kneads! With 13+ years of medical sales behind me, I realized that in all offices, large and small, the “knead” for some relief within the corporate world.”