Lymphatic Drainage is designed to promote the optimal functioning of the lymphatic vessels that lead to the circulatory system. A treatment is a series of gentle, flowing, rhythmic, skin stretching movements which are performed in the direction of the Lymph flow. It is very light and gentle and should not be conf

Lymphatic Drainage is designed to promote the optimal functioning of the lymphatic vessels that lead to the circulatory system. A treatment is a series of gentle, flowing, rhythmic, skin stretching movements which are performed in the direction of the Lymph flow. It is very light and gentle and should not be confused with a traditional massage.

Lymph drainage techniques facilitate the removal of metabolic wastes, excess water, toxins, bacteria, large protein molecules and foreign substances from tissues

What Can Lymphatic Drainage Be Used For?

Lymph drainage relaxes the sympathetic nervous system, reduces pain, and enhances the activity of the immune system.

Minor oedema, sprains and aches.

Skin disorders, minimize scar formation.

Headaches, sinus congestion, to relieve pain and tension, swelling or tenderness.

Digestive disorders.

Before and after surgery.

Infections.

Stress, fatigue and depression.