Jane offers reviving massages at your office

Imagine the opportunity to have a massage in your workplace without even having to take your clothes off. This is the thought behind Revive in 5, a mobile massage service started by Jane Remphrey.

Read Jane’s profile below:

Name: Jane Remphrey

Business Name: Revive in 5 

Phone: 0478 966 690

Email: jane@revivein5.com

Website: www.revivein5.com

What does your business do?  Revive in 5 is a mobile massage service based in Aldinga Beach. We offer a workplace massage service with a focus on wellbeing. Revive in 5 is a fully clothed, seated, whole back massage that comes to you. 

Would you like your team to be more focussed, productive and clearer at work? Maybe you have a number of people taking time off because they are unwell, stressed or unproductive. You may be concerned about your team’s lifestyle, perhaps they work on computers all day, are hunched over and working long hours.  You could be looking to possibly lower work cover claims, you may run a workplace wellbeing program or looking for ideas to address mental health issues. 

Perhaps you personally are under a lot of pressure, you might be knotted up & sore, but when you think of having a massage, you might not like that oily feeling, taking your clothes off or being touched.  

You may be time poor or struggling to balance your life and not everyone can spare 60+ dollars for a massage.

Everyone knows time out is good for you and most of us love a massage – but there’s lots that gets in the way of actually getting to a massage

Something time efficient, at your location that relieved muscle fatigue, is easy, cost effective, improves circulation, movement, flexibility, mood and focus would be ideal.

You can now enjoy the quality of a 30 minute massage in only 5 minutes for $10.

Revive in 5 is a mobile massage wellbeing service for workplaces.

As an employee, you can take charge your wellbeing at work by paying for your own massage weekly, fortnightly or monthly.  

As the boss, you can arrange for your staff to access Revive in 5 massage and employees pay for themselves or you can pay or even part-pay for your employees, there’s a solution for every workplace. 
Backed by 40 years of global experience, using the industry leading massage tools, which are handmade and chiropractor and physiotherapist endorsed.

Revive in 5 is a fully clothed, seated, whole back massage that comes to you.

Clients include health practitioners, IT and game software developers, athletes and sports teams, entrepreneurs and business owners, managers and tradies, contact centre and office staff who all report 100% positive feedback.

What area do you serve? Revive in 5 serves the whole of Adelaide.

How long have you been in business? I’ve been piecing Revive in 5 together since August 2018 and launched in February 2019. 

Up to 5 dot points about your business journey: I am the Founder of Revive in 5 and started using massager tools at Aldinga Netball Club in 2018 and was soon asked to massage a ward of nurses at Flinders Medical Centre and Revive in 5 started there. 

2017/18 was spent as a full-time Student at Flinders University and I can see what a fantastic help it was to begin Revive in 5. I studied Neuroscience and Psychology, (not business!) and the constant pace of uni and deadlines plus the new learning and researching has been a brilliant help so far.  

I participate in a programme called LaunchME which is based in Salisbury but covers all of Adelaide, we meet via Zoom and occasional meet-ups in the city. I am also fortunate to be advised and helped by Wendy Perry from Switch Start Scale & Workforce Blueprint. 

The massager tools I use are called Thumpers. The company is called Thumper,  so originally I called the business ‘A Good Thump.’ I met some women doing DV work and they said absolutely under no circumstances could I name the business that and never ever, ever make humour out of violence, so I changed the name.

I have an adult married son, a teen daughter, an 8 year-old daughter and a one year-old granddaughter.  

Name two things you’ve learned from your business journey: Two things I’ve learned in my business journey is that professionals aren’t always professional and my clients care for their wellbeing.  That may seem obvious but when I started this business I thought “Everyone wants a massage,“ – but that’s not true, only people who want to feel better want a massage. 

Why did you join the Women in Business Network? I’ve never been in business before and I would like to meet some local business women and feel a part of a group.