A social, fundraising sporting event:
WorkSpa currently provides a yearly service for ‘The Greater London Fund for the Blind’
This Social/sporting occasion has two important elements:
Firstly it enables corporate sponsors Koch to welcome and entertain commodity brokers and traders from all parts of the globe.
Secondly, the event raises vital funds (now in excess of £150,000) towards the provision of essential services for blind and partially sighted children and adults throughout our capital city.
“Each year The Greater London Fund for the Blind organises a high profile corporate charity football event. This year it will take place within the grounds of Kensington Palace. On such occasions, and with the experience gained as a former GB athlete, I do not have to think twice before inviting WorkSpa a qualified team of thoroughly professional masseurs who always exudes a positive ‘can do attitude’ to come along as part of my team”.
RE ‘Cass’ Edwards, Chief Executive GLFB
A massage day at Kensington Palace:
Every year for the past 5 years WorkSpa have been welcomed with a sunny day in October.
Awaiting us is the beautiful grounds of Kensington Palace which makes our massage therapists job even more enjoyable. Once are massage chairs are set up under the canopy we watch the bankers eagerly prepare themselves for the football match.
It does not take long before the wounded shoulders come over for some muscle release with our wonderful WorkSpa therapists.
Our therapists perform session of 15/20 minutes of the back, neck, head and shoulder, just enough time to get the bankers revitalised and ready for round two.
Cass Edwards does his caring walk around ensuring everybody is comfortable, watered and happy. Cass and his family work effortlessly creating a sophisticated and worm atmosphere for all the families attending, supporting their loved ones playing Football.
WorkSpa have built up a great rapport with many of the clients over the years, enabling our therapists to offer more tailored treatment to the individual clients.
At the end of a successful day an array of beautifully crafted sandwiches and puddings await the tried but cheerful bankers.
The cup is given to the winning team by a surprised guest. Followed by some heartfelt speeches acknowledging why we are here, to raise money for the blind and partially sighted children and adults throughout our capital city. While giving thanks to the wonderful work Cass Edwards and his family do for this great charity.
It is a great pleasure to be a part of such a beautiful event and work alongside such caring and passionate people.