What is Lymphatic Drainage Massage?

Most of us don’t think at all about our lymphatic systems. But if you deal with sinus pain, swelling in your hands or feet, are recovering from a contusion or surgery or feel sluggish or bloated, you are experiencing the effects of a stagnant lymphatic system.

Your lymphatic system facilitates the removal of excess water, wastes, toxins and foreign substances from your body tissues. It is also responsible for identifying, containing and destroying disease-producing microorganisms in the body. It is made up of capillaries, vessels, lymph nodes, organs and bone marrow.

During the Lymphatic Drainage massage, the lymph nodes are gently "pumped" to encourage the flow from accumulated waste. The elimination of fluid is then encouraged with a massage specifically designed to use the correct pressure and direction to stimulate the flow of the lymphatic fluid. You may experience a decrease in swelling, bloating, sinus pressure and a lighter, cleaner feeling overall.

Help move your stagnant energy by moving your lymphatic flow. Lymphatic Drainage massage is very gentle, rhythmic, and extremely relaxing. It can be done as a focused 60 minute massage or in combination with Swedish in a 90 minute massage.

60 minute lymphatic massage- $100
90 minute lymphatic massage - $140

*This lymphatic massage is not indicated for individuals who have had lymph node removal or for lymphedema.

Lymphatic Drainage has made an enormous difference in the problems with blockage near my ankles on both legs.  The large and sore red spots that were there before are gradually going away, and Kate has been a Godsend for me (and I'm sure for others).  I'm so glad I found your center. S.R.