Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is a manual technique that encourages the flow of lymph fluid in your body.  Lymph fluid is a watery fluid that carries waste products away from the blood and tissues back toward the heart.

This process is a very light, gentle application on the skin, in the direction of lymph flow. This work does not require the client to be fully unclothed. It can be a stand-alone therapy, or it can be incorporated into a normal massage session.

It can greatly reduce tissue swelling, promote healing from injuries, provide relieve from eczema, constipation or physical traumas, as well as headaches, arthritis, or acne.

Who do you know who might be experiencing one or more of these conditions? Or someone who is still recovering from surgery?