What is Lymphatic Drainage?
Also known as manual lymph drainage (MLD), this technique is based on the application of directional manual pressure to the limb and torso to assist in the drainage of excess lymphatic fluid, allowing the body to eliminate toxins and strengthening the immune system.
What is the massage like?
Lymphatic drainage massage is based on a single principal motion, with a straight stretch to open the lymphatic nodes, supported by a little lateral motion. Lymphatic drainage motions use stationary circles as their basis, with the emphasis on pushing the lymph towards the correct nodes.
One of the defining aspects of lymphatic drainage is the light application of pressure.
Duration: 60 minutes