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Lymphatic Drainage Massage

60 minutes .......... $107 
90 minutes .......... $147

Lymphatic Drainage Massage originated in the 1930s to reduce the effects of lymphedema. It is a specialized type of gentle massage that assists the lymphatic system in maintaining the body’s fluid balance, blood circulation, and immunity.

During a lymphatic drainage massage session, a specially trained massage therapist uses a series of gliding, compressing, stretching, and cupping motions over the client’s body. The light rhythmic movements, applied without massage oil, stimulate the lymphatic system without compressing the vessels – allowing lymph to move easily through the tissues and lymph nodes.

Add ons:
15-minute Seasonal Allergy/Sinus Relief    $25
30-minute Seasonal Allergy/Sinus Relief    $45
Suffering from congestion from a cold or seasonal allergies?  Add on a 15-minute or 30-minute lymphatic drainage massage specifically focused on your face and scalp to any other service! 
As with a full lymphatic drainage massage, a specially-trained massage therapist will use light, rhythmic movements, without massage oil, over the face and scalp to allow movement of fluid build-up in the head.

Similar to Physical Therapy, benefits may be realized over several sessions over multiple weeks.



  • Reduces edema and lymphedema (swelling)

  • Accelerates healing following surgery by reducing swelling, scarring and flushing byproducts of anesthesia out of the body

  • Stimulates immune function

  • Accelerates healing time for burns and wounds

  • Relieves stress and tension, headaches, sinus congestion, and effects of seasonal allergies

  • Relieves pain by relieving fluid pressure on nerve endings

  • Improves digestion issues

  • Rejuvenates the skin related to conditions such as acne and rosacea

  • Reduces the effects of jet lag


Lymphatic Drainage Massage is not recommended for clients with:

  • Fever

  • Unmanaged cardiovascular diseases

  • Unmanaged metabolic diseases

  • Kidney disease

  • Liver disease

  • Phlebitis

  • Blood clots

Self-Care after a Lymphatic Drainage Massage session:

  • Rest and hydrate after this session

  • Limit the intake of salt, alcohol, and coffee within 48 hours after a session

  • Do not use a hot tub or sauna within 48 hours after a session

  • Do not apply heat to areas of the body suffering from edema and/or inflammation

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