Manual Lymphatic Drainage

Manual lymph drainage (MLD), was developed by Drs. Emil and Estrid Vodder in the 1930s. This precise technique is a rhythmic, gentle massage that has a profound effects on the immune system, nervous system and connective tissues. Recognised by medical communities and the international spa wellness sect, Dr. Vodder’s MLD is indicated for over 60 different pathologies including: Pre/Post Operative Procedures, Fatigue, Chronic and Acute Pain Management, Sport Injuries, Inflammatory Processes, Headaches, Dense and Engorged Breast Tissue, Cellulite, Sinusitis, Burns, Dermatological Concerns, Scars, and much more. 

This is done by stimulating contractions of lymphatic vessels. Use a light pressure and keep your hands soft and relaxed. Use just enough pressure to gently stretch the skin as far as it naturally goes and then release the pressure. Let your skin come back as it was.