Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic drainage massage uses gentle, rhythmic strokes to stimulate the lymphatic system, help detoxify your body, and improve immune function. 

The lymphatic system is responsible for the removal of waste products from the body. It’s a network of capillaries located just under the skin that carries cellular waste back to the bloodstream to be filtered and removed by the kidneys. Lymph fluid is normally pushed through these capillaries by the movement of smooth muscle. 

The normal flow of lymph fluid can be disrupted by some health conditions. This can cause the build up of lymph fluid in areas of the body where it can cause swelling, most often in the arms and legs. 

Lymphatic drainage massage can help to reduce swelling by improving the circulation of lymph fluid. It can also help with multiple health issues by stimulating immune function and increased removal of waste products through your lymph nodes.

Lymphatic drainage massage can be helpful for:

  • Lymphoedema (swelling due to fluid retention)
  • Pre or post-surgery swelling
  • Stress, depression, insomnia (by stimulating the parasympathetic system)
  • Reducing pain
  • Cellulite fat accumulation
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Digestive problems
  • Arthritis
  • Recurrent infections (e.g. colds, flu, bronchitis, tonsillitis, sinus infections)

The authors of a 2015 systematic review concluded that lymphatic massage might be more effective than connective tissue massage in relieving symptoms of stiffness and depression in people living with fibromyalgia.

Lymphatic drainage is not suitable if you have certain heart problems, serious circulatory problems such as blood clots, acute infections, or several other serious health conditions. If you have any medical conditions, please have a chat to your doctor before trying lymphatic drainage massage.

Our therapists who perform lymphatic drainage massage have undertaken specialist training in how to perform this treatment safely and effectively.

1 Hour – $80
90 Minutes – $110
2 Hours – $150

Lymphatic drainage massage
Lymphatic drainage massage

Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic drainage massage uses gentle, rhythmic strokes to stimulate the lymphatic system, help detoxify your body, and improve immune function. 

The lymphatic system is responsible for the removal of waste products from the body. It’s a network of capillaries located just under the skin that carries cellular waste back to the bloodstream to be filtered and removed by the kidneys. Lymph fluid is normally pushed through these capillaries by the movement of smooth muscle. 

The normal flow of lymph fluid can be disrupted by some health conditions. This can cause the build up of lymph fluid in areas of the body where it can cause swelling, most often in the arms and legs. 

Lymphatic drainage massage can help to reduce swelling by improving the circulation of lymph fluid. It can also help with multiple health issues by stimulating immune function and increased removal of waste products through your lymph nodes.

Lymphatic drainage massage can be helpful for:

  • Lymphoedema (swelling due to fluid retention)
  • Pre or post-surgery swelling
  • Stress, depression, insomnia (by stimulating the parasympathetic system)
  • Reducing pain
  • Cellulite fat accumulation
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Digestive problems
  • Arthritis
  • Recurrent infections (e.g. colds, flu, bronchitis, tonsillitis, sinus infections)

The authors of a 2015 systematic review concluded that lymphatic massage might be more effective than connective tissue massage in relieving symptoms of stiffness and depression in people living with fibromyalgia.

Lymphatic drainage is not suitable if you have certain heart problems, serious circulatory problems such as blood clots, acute infections, or several other serious health conditions. If you have any medical conditions, please have a chat to your doctor before trying lymphatic drainage massage.

Our therapists who perform lymphatic drainage massage have undertaken specialist training in how to perform this treatment safely and effectively.

1 Hour – $80
90 Minutes – $110
2 Hours – $150