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Buy a Lymphatic Drainage Package

Save $100 by pre-purchasing a 5 pack of Lymphatic Drainage Treatments for $500 

(Usually $600). Use within 1 year of purchase date

with Lymphatic Massage Therapy

60 mins $120  / 90 mins $160

Lymphatic drainage is known for its amazing potential to detoxify, decrease the appearance of cellulite, and reduce swelling and water retention.


Gentle body work is used in a form of massage that may encourage lymph flow in the body. The experience also works the body’s fascia, the connective tissue between muscle and skin, that often holds inflammation & fat.

This dynamic and rewarding massage will leave you feeling lighter, and with a deep sense of relaxation and well-being. Bonus: after a few sessions, an improved flow of the lymph can lead to smoother skin and visibly reduced cellulite.

Benefits of
Lymphatic Drainage

  •  Boost Immune System

  • Flush toxins out of lymphatic system

  • Encourage blood flow and oxygen

  • Reduce inflammation

  • Calm the central nervous system

  • Improve cellulite, skin swelling, scar tissue, acne, and stretch marks

  • Boost weight loss.

  • Reduce stress and fatigue

  • Help with post exercise recovery.

What is Lymphatic drainage Massage?

Lymphatic drainage is the manual stimulation of the interstitial fluids of the body, to built- up wasted and excessive fluid to the blood so that the organs can deal with it.

Why is deep pressure avoided during lymphatic drainage massage?

Any deep tissue pressure applied to swelling is likely to produce more swelling and tissue damage. In order to relieve swelling in the body via lymphatic drainage, we take extra interstitial fluid within the tissues and encourage this fluid to enter the lymphatic system. The lymphatic capillaries that collect this fluid are minuscule. If you apply too much pressure they will simply collapse and not collect any fluid.

How much pressure is in manual lymphatic drainage?

Lymphatic drainage uses a specific amount of pressure. Its light pressure and rhythmic circular movements to stimulate lymph flow. We ask therapists to use some common sense in realizing that applying moderate to deep pressure to swollen tissues is NOT helping our clients or you. Deep tissue techniques are NOT, and will never will be appropriate lymphatic drainage massage techniques.

How often should I get Lymphatic Drainage?


To maximise the results of Lymphatic Drainage, it is recommended to have around 1 treatment per month. There is no limit on frequency as Lymphatic Drainage is a light pressure treatment. 

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