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Lymphatic Massage

What is lymphatic massage?

Lymphatic or lymphatic drainage massage is a gentle, rhythmic massage technique involving light pressure designed to stimulate the lymphatic system. 

The lymphatic system is an often underappreciated but important system involving circulatory, immune, and metabolic systems. Lymphatic vessels are located just below the skin and play a role in fluid balance, waste removal, and immunity. This system is also responsible for aiding the absorption and storage of dietary lipids.

Lymphatic massage is recommended as a natural way to support and improve overall health and well-being. Everyone is unique, so each lymphatic treatment is curated to suit your needs.

What are some key benefits of lymphatic massage treatments?
  • Improves circulation: Lymphatic massage can enhance circulation by increasing blood flow and oxygenation to the tissues, which can help promote healing and reduce inflammation.

  • Supports relaxation: Lymphatic massage promotes relaxation and well-being due to the gentle pressure and relaxing technique applied during the treatment. It may benefit those who are under stress and be an appropriate alternative to remedial massage. 

  • Reduces fluid retention: Lymphatic massage supports the lymphatic system by increasing the removal of lymphatic waste and reducing inflammation and fluid retention. 

  • Improves skin appearance and texture: Lymphatic massage can smooth the skin texture by reducing excess fluid.

What does Your lymphatic treatment involve?

●    Full body dry body brushing to stimulate the circulatory and lymphatic systems and exfoliate the skin
●    Aromatherapy
●    Lymphatic massage  


Note: Whilst lymphatic massage can benefit most people, it is unsuitable for those with vein, heart and kidney disorders and those recovering from cancer. Your health is paramount, so medical clearance may be requested before performing a lymphatic treatment.

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