Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Lymphatic Drainage Massage

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Your body feeling flowing, with a sensation of lightness…?

 

  • How old is this Therapy and who created it?
    The original method of Manual Lymph Drainage was developed by Emil Vodder Ph.D and his wife, Estrid Vodder, ND in the 1930s. On anatomical basis.
  • How is it done?
    Lymphatic massage uses the following technique: the therapist uses his fingers to press the nodes in a circular motion. The movements are smooth and precise. From the moment the massage starts it cannot be interrupted until the end of it.
  • What are the benefits?
    The role of lymphatic massage is to help our body eliminate toxins. The lymphatic massage is as we said before a massage to stimulate the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is the body's elimination system (drainage). This massage is very gentle and is designed to improve the flow of toxins into the lymphatic system so we can remove them more easily.
  • Is there any contradictions...?
    1.ACUTE INFECTIOUS/INFLAMMATORY ILLNESSES IN DEVELOPMENT, FEVER. 2.SERIOUS CIRCULATORY PROBLEMS (thrombosis, phlebitis, venous obstruction) 3. MAJOR CARDIAC PROBLEMS (acute angina, recent heart attack) 4. HEMORRHAGE 5. ACUTE ENURESIS (absence of urination) 6. MALIGNANT AILMENTS (sarcoma, active cancer, leukemia)
  • How often shoud l take this Therapy...?
    Ideally once a month to keep up and maintain in tune your body but more often we will refer the question to ; it depends of how often your body needs it, because everyone it’s different and therefore different needs apply for each individual.
  • How long in time is usually this Therapy for...?
    Time 1h: + 10 min before and after are required for consultation and observation comments.

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