Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is a unique, gentle skin massage technique using very light pressure and soothing, rhythmical strokes to increase the flow of lymph and reduce the build up of toxins in your body. It facilitates the removal of metabolic waste, excess water and bacteria as well as toxins.

It is so gentle you can barely feel it – yet has considerable effect. It is deeply relaxing and helps promote sleep. 

In addition to improving the lymphatic circulation, thus helping to reduce swelling in the limbs, MLD also increases blood flow.

MLD is effective for anyone with general aches & pains, headache & sinus congestion, skin disorders, digestive disorders, weight issues, de-hydration, stress, anxiety and insomnia.

It can be incorporated as a key treatment during a detox programme.

At a deeper level it is highly successful for those post-surgery – in particular post-mastectomy – and for anyone before and after long haul flights.

Sessions can last from 20 minutes to an hour depending on which body areas require treatment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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