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Lymphatic Massage

Lymphatic Massage

Lymphatic Massage

Lymphatic massage is a special form of massage that specifically targets the flow of lymph in the body. Different from the soft-touch method, we use our lymphatic gloves, a specific amount of pressure, and rhythmic long stroking movements to stimulate the lymph, encouraging its movement from the heart for the drainage of fluid and waste.

Lymphatic massage has shown in studies to push up to 78 percent of stagnant lymph back into circulation. This mobilises toxins for clearance, lessening the burden on the lymphatic system.

If it’s not functioning efficiently due to so many reasons, fluid and wastes can build up in your tissues causing fluid retention, stagnation of toxins, and preventing the delivery of nutrients and oxygen to the cells. This is why lymphatic massage is particularly essential for those who have lymphoedema and lipoedema.

Initial Lymphatic Body Flow Package $150

We’ve combined our specialised lymphatic body flow massage with a detailed lymphatic consultation to tailor a personalised treatment to ensure you receive some answers to your health concerns.

It may be time to try looking at your health from a different angle and we believe in detoxing the body first. You must weed the garden so beautiful flowers can grow. Our initial lymphatic massage and pneumatic compression are not only therapeutic treatments, we promise you will leave with answers and a plan.

When lymph stops flowing freely throughout the body, the lymphatic tissue can become inflamed, swollen, and sore to touch, and your metabolism & immune system slows down & making you feel tired, toxic, and unwell. This specialised massage encourages healthy body function & is essential to prepare your body for any weight loss/detoxification program.

First time in clinic? Book the Initial Lymphatic Body Flow Package HERE
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Q: What do I wear during a lymphatic massage?

A: It is best to wear loose-fitting underpants for your lymphatic massage. No bra is required.

Q: How soon after liposuction can I start Manual Lymphatic Drainage and how many treatments?

A: Surgeons recommend manual lymphatic drainage after liposuction to accelerate healing time, reduce swelling, and reduce the formation of scar tissue. You can start your sessions as little as 5 days after liposuction, and we recommend having 2 treatments per week for approx 2-3 weeks, depending on individual factors.

Q: Is lymphatic drainage massage safe for pregnant women?

A: Lymphatic massage is safe and encouraged during pregnancy in most circumstances. Regular manual lymphatic drainage can be beneficial if you’re suffering from swollen feet or water retention.

Q: Does MLD help get rid of bruising?

A: Bruises are an accumulation of cellular waste and old red blood cells stuck in the body tissue. MLD significantly reduces the healing time for bruises by cleansing the extracellular spaces where these substances are trapped.

Q: Is Lymphatic Drainage Massage Painful?

A: When receiving a lymphatic massage you should be able to feel each stroke from your therapist. We use the Chelsey Jean Lymphatic Massage Gloves in every massage session that ensures we reach the surface lymph as well as the deep lymph. 

Q: How many treatments will I need?

A: Most clients require weekly lymphatic massages for 3-4 weeks and can then change to fortnightly massages as well as doing their self drainage sequence each day at home. For detoxification and weight loss clients, they may require more sessions.

Q: How does Lymphatic Drainage Massage help people who are unwell?

A:  People with a compromised immune system are susceptible to infections and illnesses. The removal of lymph nodes or any conditions that damage the lymphatic system can lead to lymphedema, where excess fluid collects in tissues causing swelling. This in turn causes a blockage of the lymphatic system. Lymphatic massage can reduce swelling and improve circulation throughout the lymphatic system.   

Q: Is it ever too late to begin Lymphatic Drainage?

A:  No. Your body is always accumulating toxins and wastes. Having a lymphatic massage will help the drainage and the healing process to begin.


“Amazing experience! Chelsey’s team shared so much knowledge about our lymphatic system while also giving me an amazing lymphatic massage. I feel refreshed! I will be going back for more treatments! I am also super excited to learn more from her workshops and will be signing up for them. Thanks so much, Chelsey!”

Emma Atherton

“Every female should and must take care of themselves and this is a beautiful way to do it, I feel so much better, the staff are beautiful, you learn so much more about yourself and what you need to do to maintain good health and leave feeling amazing”

Tracy Parrish

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