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Manual Lymphatic Drainage

$92.00

Product Description

This therapy works on the body's lymphatic system (lying superficially under the skin). Responsible for fluid drainage of the tissues and the filtering of toxins in the blood, this system may become overloaded or inflammed due to lifestyle, stress, illness or injury.

This gentle technique aims to ease toxin accumulations and increase lymphatic efficiency and flow.

Below are just a few signs that your Lymphatic System may not be working well:

  1. Bloating
  2. Swelling in your fingers/rings fitting more tightly
  3. Brain fog
  4. Digestive issues
  5. Parasites
  6. Depression/Anxiety
  7. Sinus infections
  8. Skin problems/dry and or itchy skin
  9. Enlarged lymph nodes
  10. Chronic fatigue
  11. Feeling sore or stiff when you wake up in the morning
  12. Unexplained injuries
  13. Excess weight
  14. Cold hands and feet
  15. Constipation/Bloating
  16. Worsened allergies
  17. Food sensitivities
  18. Increased colds and flu

Unlike the circulatory system, in which the heart acts as a pump, this system has no pump.  But there are certain things that you can do to activate your lymphatic system and get it flowing and removing toxins again.

  1. Exercise
  2. Deep Breathing
  3. Dry Body Brushing
  4. Increase your Water intake
  5. Diet and Lifestyle choices
  6. Manual Lymphatic Drainage!

Water consumption is vital post treatment. Medical clearance may be sought in some instances.

Available for:

30mins $62

45mins $82

60mins $92

Health Fund rebates may apply

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