What is lymphatic massage?
Lymphatic drainage was initially developed in the 1930s by Danish physicians Emil and Estrid Vodder as a treatment for lymphedema (a condition marked by swelling and the buildup of lymph in the body's soft tissues). Essentially, it is a technique designed to stimulate the flow of lymph (a fluid that transports white blood cells, oxygen, and nutrients to tissues throughout the body). Also referred to as "manual lymph drainage" or "lymphatic massage", lymphatic drainage typically involves gentle, circular movements.
What is lymphatic drainage massage good for?
Since the lymph system serves as a central part of the immune system, proponents of lymphatic drainage suggest that this technique can help a variety of health concerns such as arthritis, orthopedic injuries, knee or hip surgery, sytemic schlerosis, chronic venous insufficiency, and swelling and fatigue associated with menopause.
Available at BeAgeless, lymphatic massage is often used as a treatment for issues like post-exercise recovery, acne, cellulite, eczema, and in conjunction with our cryo-therapy (ensuring proper drainage of fat cells).
50 MINUTES USD 150
ADD ON TO TRADITIONAL MASSAGE USD 50