Treatments

Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic Drainage Massage has become very popular with people having the following surgeries; Liposuction, Tummy Tuck, Brazilian Butt Lift, to name a few.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage helps to move the fluid by gently pumping it back into the lymph vessels. Starting Lymphatic Drainage Massage as soon as your surgeon suggest it, can help to decrease the swelling, edema and bruising.  Allowing for a faster recovery. Many doctors prescribe Lymphatic Drainage Massage after Liposuction or other plastic surgery procedures to make sure their patients get the best possible results from their procedure.

Diagram highlighting all the lymphatic nodes in the human body.

The serene and peaceful process of lymphatic therapy involves the therapist using a variety of manual lymphatic drainage techniques to eliminate toxins from the body. The lymph nodes are gently massaged, using light thumb pressure and gentle pressured movements to drain toxins and fluid from the tissues within the body. The cleansing and detoxifying effect of lymphatic massage occurs as a result of toxins and waste products being literally squeezed and flushed out as muscles are massaged by the therapist.

After each treatment, the client is left feeling revitalised, refreshed and relaxed.

 

When the lymphatic system is stimulated on a regular basis, the client will experience an improvement in their immune; digestive; lymphatic system and general well being. If the lymphatic system is healthy and free flowing, this equates to a healthy immune system, the results of which are visible through the skin, energy levels and enhanced well being.

Lymphatic massage is perfectly safe, and is particularly beneficial to active individuals who exercise regularly or play sport. To book your Lymphatic treatment today contact us and we will arrange an appointment that suits you. At Equilibre, lymphatic treatments are tailored to meet the individual requirements of each client. Whether lymphatic drainage techniques are applied to the entire body, to a specific area, or incorporated as part of another treatment, an experienced therapist will diagnose the most suitable approach for each client.