Lymphatic massage

Lymphatic massage (drainage)

Lymphatic drainage is a massage that has a very beneficial effect on the entire body. It has a positive effect on the stimulation of blood circulation and lymph flow, the removal of unnecessary metabolic products, toxins and excess fluid from the body, reduction of cellulite, firming and elasticity of the skin and improvement of general well-being. Drainage involves pressing and rubbing the skin using a specialized technique and specific movements. As a result, the lymph circulation improves, the accumulated lymph is shifted and swelling is eliminated. Lymphatic massage is a good solution in the fight against lymphatic stagnation.

Lymphatic facial massage

Facial lymphatic drainage differs from massaging other parts of the body in that it begins with stroking and ends with pressing the skin out. The masseur makes gentle and slow movements from the collarbones to the top of the head. Drainage makes you feel better, helps with sinus problems, swelling around the eyes and other parts of the face. The patient feels pleasure all over the body. Massage has a positive effect on the condition of the skin, thanks to which it better absorbs the nourishing and healing substances contained in the facial cosmetics.

Lymphatic massage of the legs

Lymphatic drainage of the legs is dedicated to people who want to get rid of cellulite, i.e. "Orange peel". Thanks to the appropriate massage technique, unnecessary metabolic products, toxins and excess fluid are removed from the body. Drainage consists of stroking the legs, rubbing and kneading. The touch of a specialist is not painful, but must be done with the right pressure. The goal is to properly warm up the leg tissues.