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Lymphatic drainage massage is a gentle, relaxing massage technique that helps your body remove toxins and reduce swelling by improving the flow of a special fluid called lymph. Its benefits include boosting your immune system, reducing water retention, and promoting overall relaxation and well-being.

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What is lymphatic drainage massage?

Lymphatic drainage, sometimes called manual lymphatic drainage massage, is a
gentle and rhythmical massage that is designed to stimulate the circulation of
lymph fluid around the body. This stimulation helps to rapidly speed up the
removal of wastes and toxins from the body, aids in the prevention of swelling
after injury or surgery and can significantly boost your immune system.

What are the benefits of lymphatic drainage massage?

  • Reduces stress, fatigue, skin swelling, scar tissue, bloating and water
  • Improves the appearance of acne, cellulite and stretch marks
  • Speeds up healing from cold’s and flu’s
  • Helps fight off infection
  • Aids in post-exercise and post-surgery recovery
  • Supports women through their pregnancy by helping excess fluid to move
    through their body swiftly
  • Boosts weight loss

Types of Lymphatic Drainage Massage

There are two main types of lymphatic drainage massage, manual lymphatic
drainage and simple lymphatic drainage.

Manual lymphatic drainage is carried out by a specially trained massage
therapist who uses gentle hand movements in a range of different sequences
that are designed to increase lymph flow through the body.

Simple lymphatic drainage is a less complex technique based on the principles
of manual lymphatic drainage and uses simplified hand movements in a set
sequence to stimulate the lymph nodes. This particular technique can be
applied by a massage therapist but anyone can learn how to do it on themselves
or others as no specialist training is necessary.

Why choose Blys for your next lymphatic drainage massage?

If you want to experience the many benefits of lymphatic drainage without
leaving the house or waiting weeks for a booking at your local spa then Blys
is for you! We connect you with qualified and highly skilled lymphatic
drainage massage therapists who will come to you with everything they need.

With Blys you can forget the hassle of travelling to and from the spa and
instead let a top-rated mobile massage therapist take care of you in the
comfort of your own home or hotel, 7 days a week, between 6 am and midnight.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is lymphatic drainage massage?

Lymphatic drainage massage is used to stimulate lymph fluid around the body. This fluid is responsible for the transportation and purification of the body’s waste products and toxins. Lymphatic massage speeds up the body’s natural drainage process, reducing any swelling and decreasing recovery time. It works in conjunction with the circulatory system to encourage the flow of healthy blood towards the heart whilst wastes and toxins are pumped away to be purified.

What are the different lymphatic drainage techniques?

Lymphatic massage is a rhythmic massage; it is performed slowly and systematically upwards and inwards.  Your massage therapist will balance the pressure to maximise fluid flow without risking the disturbance of lymph nodes. A gentle style is best suited to lymphatic drainage, utilizing the palms, hands and fingers.

Who would benefit from lymphatic drainage?

Lymphatic drainage works well for swelling and injury recovery, particularly in pre- or post-operative surgery patients. It may be beneficial to those with fibromyalgia, lupus or lymphedema. It also works to speed up the body’s natural process, which can be sluggish.

Who should not get a lymphatic drainage massage?

Lymphatic drainage is not recommended for anyone who is afflicted with acute inflammation of any kind. It is also not recommended for those with malignant tumours, thrombosis or major heart issues. Diabetics should be conscious of their blood sugar levels as lymphatic drainage may affect blood sugar levels. Always consult your health care professional before engaging in any remedial therapy.

Can I get lymphatic drainage near me?

You sure can! To book your next lymphatic drainage massage at home, head to the Blys website or download the app and have a professional therapist delivered directly to you. Blys operates all around Australia, so check out which locations we serve near you.

When should you not do lymphatic drainage massage?

If you suffer from acute inflammation, malignant tumors, thrombosis or major heart problems it’s always best to consult with your doctor before having a lymphatic drainage massage or any kind of massage treatment.

How do you know if your lymphatic system is blocked?

There are a number of signs to indicate that your lymphatic system is blocked and you could benefit from a lymphatic drainage massage. These include:
– Sore / stiff muscles
– Headaches
– Bloating or digestive health issues
– Chronic fatigue
– Limb swelling
– Brain fog
– Sinus infections or allergies

What happens after lymphatic drainage massage?

After a lymphatic drainage massage, it’s essential to drink plenty of water to help your body flush out toxins and maintain hydration. You may also experience increased urination as a result of the increased lymphatic circulation, which is a normal response.

What is lymphatic drainage massage good for?

Lymphatic drainage massage is beneficial for promoting lymphatic system function, helping to reduce swelling, improve circulation, and enhance the body’s natural detoxification process. It’s often used to address conditions like lymphedema, and post-surgery swelling, and can also be a part of a holistic wellness routine for improving overall well-being and immune system support.

How long does lymphatic drainage massage take?

With Blys you can book a lymphatic drainage massage for 60, 75, 90 or 120 minutes depending on your needs and preferences.

Are there any side effects of lymphatic drainage?

Lymphatic massage stimulates the flow of lymph fluid around the body which is how our bodies remove waste. Risks are not common however some people may experience nausea after their massage, particularly if this massage is being used as a treatment for an ailment. Bruising may also occur in areas where more pressure has been applied, although this is perfectly normal. You should always consult your health care professional before engaging in any natural therapy, particularly if you have any health conditions.

How should I prepare for my lymphatic drainage massage?

Ensure that you are always well hydrated and continue to drink water after your massage. Dehydration impairs the body’s ability to flush away toxins. If you’re going to eat, we recommend having something small no less than two hours prior to your massage. For lymphatic drainage, it’s best not to have lotion, moisturiser or any other balm on the skin; clean, dry skin is the best surface on which to perform lymphatic drainage as friction helps to stimulate the flow of fluid and blood throughout the body.

What can I expect from a lymphatic drainage massage?

First things first. your lymphatic drainage massage therapist will ask you some questions to understand your needs and concerns and then discuss the treatment plan with you. The treatment will take place on a massage table that your therapist will bring with them and will be set up in a 2×2 metre spot in your home or hotel.

After your consultation, your massage therapist will give you a moment of privacy to hop onto the massage table underneath the towels.

During your massage, depending on your specific needs, your massage may include techniques such as gentle rhythmic strokes, circular movements and stretching. If you’d like to request modifications at any point during the treatment simply speak up and your therapist will be able to accommodate you.

After your massage, your massage therapist will chat through any recommendations they may have for ongoing treatments or other self-care practices you could benefit from.

The best part? Once your massage therapist leaves you can keep the relaxation going by taking a bath, chilling on the couch or heading to bed for a nap!

How shall I feel after a lymphatic drainage massage?

After lymphatic drainage, you may experience a surge in energy, reduction in swelling, increased mobility, alleviation of pain or discomfort, and a boosted immunity. You should always feel good after your massage and communicate any questions or concerns to your therapist. Do not consume alcohol or drugs the night before or directly after your lymphatic drainage session; the liver is affected during lymphatic drainage and is the organ most responsible for the removal and purification of the body’s wastes. Do not compromise your body’s ability to cleanse itself.

What are the potential benefits of lymphatic drainage massage?

Lymphatic drainage can be beneficial for those who experience a number of conditions, including oedema, fatigue, sleep disorders, IBS, arthritis and osteoporosis, some skin conditions, migraines and swelling. Lymphatic drainage is designed to speed up the body’s natural waste removal process, meaning that you may experience a surge in energy and boost to the immune system after your massage.

Does lymphatic drainage massage help cellulite?

Yes. Lymphatic drainage massage achieve amazing results in reducing swelling and improving the appearance of cellulite on the body.

How much is a lymphatic drainage massage?

With Blys, prices for a lymphatic drainage massage start at $139 for a 60 minute session.

How often should you get a lymphatic drainage massage?

For best results, lymphatic drainage massage at least once a month is recomended.

Is lymphatic drainage massage worth it?

Lymphatic drainage massage can be worth it for individuals seeking relief from conditions like lymphedema, post-surgery swelling, or chronic inflammation. It can also be valuable for those looking to support their overall well-being by improving circulation and the body’s natural detoxification processes.

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