Lymphatic drainage in Glasgow
Unclog your body and get energised
Lymphatic Drainage is perfect for helping you detox.
Reduces swelling and inflammation
Helps the body remove proteins and waste products from the affected area and reduce the swelling.
Unclogs your sinuses
Pressing firmly on your eyebrows can help relieve the pressure in your sinus cavity, bringing instant relief.
Gets rid of toxins
Squeeze out the impurities in your body so that new hydration and nutrients can keep the lymphatic system healthy and able to do it’s job.
Improve your body’s circulation
Your therapist will probably work her way up from your feet. It massage uses very light pressure, as well as long, gentle, rhythmic strokes and soft pumping movements in the direction of the lymph nodes. The main lymph nodes are in the neck, armpits, and groin.
|Very Light Pressure||Speeds up healing|
|Releases Pores||Reduces Cellulite|
|Reduces Inflammation||Increases Circulation|
A couple of our lymphatic drainage clients:
We love helping people feel at their very best
My massage therapist was very attentive and tailored the experience to exactly what I wanted.Emma
Absolutely fantastic professional massage in calming and beautiful unusual premises.Louise
I would highly recommend lovely wee room so calm and I really enjoyed my massageKimberley
The lymph system is part of your body’s immune system and helps fight infection. Lymph itself is a clear, slightly yellow fluid. It transports nutrients and oxygen to cells, collecting toxins on the way and flushing them out through the lymph nodes. You have around twice as many lymph vessels as blood vessels in your body. However, unlike blood, which is pumped around by your heart, the lymph system has no pump. The pressure from your blood vessels and movement from your muscles push the lymphatic fluid around.
Lymphatic drainage massage can have a beneficial effect on your general health. Because lymph is key to keeping your immune system working properly, improving the flow and drainage of lymph around the body is good for you in lots of ways.
- reduce the chance of you suffering from minor colds and viruses; it helps your body fight off infection, and speeds up healing and recovery from illness
- help reduce water retention; for instance, because the lymph system has no pump, if you sit for a long time without moving, the lymph can’t flow easily — this is why you may experience swollen feet or fingers
- boost weight loss, as improving the lymphatic syste
- reducing swelling, puffiness and blotches
- giving you clean, healthy pores
- speeding up healing in scar tissue, so it may, for example, improve the appearance of stretch marks
- helping to reduce cellulite; the massage increases blood flow and circulation to the affected areas, which helps the body break down the toxins which cause dimply skin.
Always tell your therapist in advance if you are, or think you might be, pregnant, have any medical conditions or are receiving any treatment or medication, have recently had an operation, or are allergic to anything.
What to expect:
As with any spa treatment, you will get most benefit if you give yourself enough time to relax and enjoy your massage. Arrive soon enough to get ready and settle; try to avoid rushing off straight afterwards.
Lymphatic drainage massage usually takes place in a heated room; warmth is an important factor in increasing lymphatic flow. You are also likely to be more relaxed if you’re not cold. Your therapist will usually carry out lymphatic drainage massage with you on a massage table, while you’re draped in discreetly placed towels.