Lymphatic massage

Help your body to purify and get rid of excessive liquids

Lymphatic drainage helps to improve the performance of the body’s lymphatic system. The relaxation techniques make use of soft grip and pressure on the body that helps to get rid of excessive liquids within the lymph vessels.

The lymphatic system is one of the most important body’s transport systems. An adult’s blood vessels circulate around 5 litres blood within the body while the lymphatic system contains approximately 6 to 10 litres lymphatic liquids. The lymphatic system is responsible for the removal of waste material within the
cells. One important function is the support of the body’s immune system by carrying germs and bacteria to the lymph nodes.

The manual lymphatic drainage is well prepared to release physical swellings such as sprains, pulled muscles, effusions, fractures, lymphatic or rheuma edema. The essence of this technique provides not only a good drainage of excessive liquids but also prevents future liquid overflows within the body. Pain can be eased and healing is being accelerated.

The manual lymphatic drainage supports purification and generally helps to ease pain and dehydrates tissues. The immune system is substantially supported.