Lymphatic drainage massage is perfect for those who are wanting to detox their body and ensure it effectively rids itself of toxins. This type of massage therapy originated in Europe, however it’s now popular all over the world thanks to its many positive benefits.
Lymphatic drainage massage rapidly speeds up your lymphatic and circulatory system, reducing the amount of liquid retention or ‘water weight’ your body is carrying and helping you to feel light, energised and in peak condition. The expert lymphatic drainage therapists at RLabs will also be able to focus on reducing or preventing swelling after an injury or surgery, encouraging a swift and pain-free recovery.
Why RLabs for lymphatic drainage massage therapy?
Your body is the only place you have to live – and at RLabs, we’re all about treating our bodies with the utmost respect that they deserve. Our staff and expert lymphatic drainage massage therapists are on-hand to listen to any concerns or specific focuses you may have, ensuring you leave every visit to our laboratory in peak condition.
01 / Reduction in acne and cellulite
Getting the lymphatic and circulatory systems moving aids in your body’s ability to effectively eliminate toxins. A regular lymphatic drainage massage could see an improvement in chronic acne conditions and cellulite.
02 / Reduction in swelling and inflammation
Lymphatic drainage massage can reduce post-surgery swelling or inflammation associated with an injury by encouraging blood flow to the area and moving fluid away from the area.
03 / Boost for the immune system
Everyone could do with a boost to their immune system to fight off sickness, especially when winter rolls around. Lymphatic drainage massage can increase your immunity and resistance to common bugs.
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Have some questions?
Will I feel sick after having a lymphatic drainage massage?
This is a common misconception around this type of therapy. However, the effects on your body of a lymphatic drainage massage are much more subtle than immediately feeling sick afterwards. You may feel tired for a few days after the massage, but this is just your body’s reaction to breaking down and eliminating the toxins.
How often should I have a lymphatic drainage massage?
How often you should book in for a lymphatic drainage massage appointment at RLabs will depend on your unique goals. If you’re wanting to remedy a feeling of fatigue and sluggishness, you might book in for four sessions a week apart. If you’re wanting to treat a specific condition, you may need to have massages more frequently and for a longer period of time.