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Lymphatic & Myo Fascia Massage

Lymphatic massage is a therapeutic technique designed to support the body in eliminating waste and toxins, crucial for maintaining health. The lymphatic system, a network of organs, tissues, and vessels, plays a vital role in cleansing the body and also aids in absorbing fatty acids and fats as nutrients. Unlike the circulatory system, it circulates lymph—a fluid that returns proteins to the bloodstream and transports bacteria for destruction.

Myofascial massage targets the fascia, a layer of connective tissue surrounding muscle tissue. Fascia is more than just a muscle encapsulator; it helps distribute force across the body, mitigating stress on specific areas, thus enhancing mobility and preventing injury.


Myofascial pain syndrome, characterized by widespread pain due to numerous small muscular and fascial trigger points, can be challenging to treat. Myofascial massage works on the fascial webbing around muscle bundles, easing tightness and alleviating trigger points to improve muscle movement.

Combining lymphatic and myofascial massage can be highly effective. This approach focuses on releasing fluid accumulation, easing the sensation of tightened skin, and expelling excess fluid.


This not only promotes better physical movement but also balances the lymphatic system by facilitating the release of toxins, leading to overall improved well-being and health.

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