Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage (MLD)

Manual Lymphatic Drainage massage is the Queen of the massage therapies. It is an incredible gentle, soothing and relaxing  treatment.

It is used to help treat a number of conditions including:Lymphatic Drainage Massage

  • Acne
  • Swollen limbs for example arms, legs or ankles
  • Puffiness around the eyes
  • Reduction of scar tissue after surgery
  • Promote a reduction in the appearance of cellulite
  • Feeling sluggish
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Fertility issues
  • Lymphoedema
  • Lipoedema
  • Assist recovery from cosmetic surgery for example VASER-Lipo
  • Assisting with the production of breast milk

Specific manual lymphatic drainage techniques are used which help to increase the rate of removal of toxins, waste products and excess fluid from the body’s tissues. This results in improved skin texture and clearer skin.

A manual lymphatic massage of the face helps to drain away any excess fluid that has formed under the eyes and can help improve the appearance of the face. The massage is commonly referred to as a natural face lift massage.

The gentle nature of a Vodder Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage means that you can have a treatment, even in your first trimester.

Stress can have a major impact on the body, especially the immune system. The lymphatic system forms an essential part of your immune system as it helps to fight infection. Manual Lymphatic massage can help to improve the efficiency of your lymph system thus helping you to fight off colds and infections.

Those who receive manual lymphatic massage usually report having a great nights sleep and waking up feeling energised the next day. If you really want to switch off during a massage, then lymphatic drainage massage is for you as due to the way the massage is delivered, it produces a very calming effect on the mind and body.

How many sessions of MLD therapy are required?

You can have a one-off treatment but regular maintenance will be most beneficially especially if you’re looking for a specific condition to be treated. Please see History of Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage for additional information. Manual Lymphatic Massage can be used on all areas of the body so if you’re looking for your whole body to be treated or if you want specific areas worked on for example, your legs, back, arms, stomach or face then the choice is yours.

 

To book your appointment, email Ashling@bodyhealth.me or call 07713 741325.

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