Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Relieve pain, swelling, and inflammation with a gentle massage that supercharges your lymphatic system.
Headaches and migraines
Auto accident recovery (Whiplash)
Sports injuries including sprains and strains
Inflammatory syndromes like arthritis, Crohn's Disease, Fibromyalgia, Lyme Disease
I truly felt much, much better in my skin after one session. It was almost instant and very noticeable before and after the appointment.
- Ariana M.
Lymphatic Massage FAQ
What is Lymphatic Drainage Massage?
Our therapists are certified in Manual Lymphatic Drainage®, originated by Dr. Emil Vodder in the 1930s. It uses gentle, rhythmic pressure to speed up your body's lymphatic system, which is how your body manages swelling and immunity. When our lymphatic system is congested, we feel heavy, lethargic, and sick. Lymphatic massage is a very relaxing way to support our overall health, and speed up healing after injury or surgery.
Who shouldn't receive lymphatic massage?
You should have a healthy heart and kidneys to receive lymphatic massage. Our practice doesn't work with advanced lymphedema nor do we offer compression garment fitting or wound care.
What To Expect From Your Lymphatic Massage
After talking with your therapist, you'll undress in private and lie on our heated massage table. Your massage starts at your collarbones, where all your lymph collects. Depending on your wellness goals and the length of the appointment, it may be a full body massage or focused on your trouble spots. No oil or lotion is used. Lymphatic massage often includes the armpits and abdomen, where we have lots of lymph nodes. The pressure is gentle and relaxing. You just might be so relaxed you fall asleep!