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Lymphatic Drainage Massage Melbourne

The lymphatic drainage massage is a technique that helps to stimulate the flow of lymphatic fluid throughout the body. This technique involves applying gentle pressure to specific areas of the body to help move the lymphatic fluid along.

Feeling puffy or swollen? Retaining fluid or wanting to detoxify your system?
A lymphatic drainage massage will rapidly increase your body’s natural drainage system.



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Monday – Thursday: 10am – 8pm
Friday- Sunday: 10am -7pm

Anthony Huynh
Anthony Huynh
17. August, 2023.
I've known Joel for a few years and followed his career as a health professional in remedial massage. I must say he has my highest recommendation along with his team. If you have aches on your body that need treating, Joel and his team are definately highly recommend 🙏💙
Victoria Mendes
Victoria Mendes
2. August, 2023.
Lymphatic drainage massage with Joel was amazing! Joel is knowledgeable and professional. Couldn’t recommend more.
Leon Winters
Leon Winters
18. July, 2023.
My experience with Joel was very good. I suffer lower back pain and Joel knows exactly the right pressure and angles for a treatment that really helped. Knowledgeable and skilled, Joel was very kind and talked me through the process. I recommend Joel as a therapist to those in physical need.
Patrick Smith
Patrick Smith
4. June, 2023.
Great massage, Peter worked all the tight spots and I felt much better after. Highly recommend!
Hamish skey
Hamish skey
31. May, 2023.
10 out of 10 with Peter
Fiona Hewson
Fiona Hewson
28. May, 2023.
I had a great experience with Peter. I am a marathon runner with chorionic tightness in back and hip. He was able to treat my issues, recommend a better treatment approach, and have me walking out feeling revived and ready for my next run.

Benefits of lymphatic drainage massage?

Lymphatic drainage is a therapeutic treatment that can provide numerous benefits to the body. It can help to improve immune function by promoting lymphatic flow, which plays a critical role in the body’s immune response.

Additionally, lymphatic drainage can reduce swelling and inflammation by removing waste and toxins from the body. This treatment can also increase energy levels, improve digestion, and promote skin health and definition. Finally, lymphatic drainage can induce a state of relaxation that promotes healing and repair within the body.

Benefits of lymphatic drainage massage

What happens during a lymphatic drainage massage?

During a lymphatic drainage massage, the therapist will use light pressure in a circular motion to warm up lymph nodes and watersheds. This allows for the lymph fluid to be process and drained more rapidly. This therapist will then use a pumping motion working from the drainage points first then to the affected areas.

See, your lymphatic system unlike your circulatory system, doesn’t have a heart to pump the fluid around. Instead there are a series of one way valves that pump the fluid to nodes where it is process. After this it is returned to your venous system where it exits your body via your bladder.


When you get a Lymphatic drainage massage the techniques will have 3 main effects:

1. Clear out the deep lymphatic ducts
2. Thin and move the fluid to the nodes
3. Stimulate your nodes to process fluid faster

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What is the lymphatic system?

The lymphatic system is a network of lymph vessels, lymph nodes, and lymphatic organs. This system is responsible for collecting and transporting lymphatic fluid throughout the body. Lymphatic fluid is a clear fluid that contains white blood cells, which are essential for fighting off infections and disease.

The lymphatic system is also responsible for removing waste and toxins from the body. When the lymphatic system is not functioning properly, waste and toxins can build up in the body, leading to swelling and inflammation.

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What is lymphatic drainage?

Lymphatic drainage is a technique that helps to stimulate the flow of lymphatic fluid throughout the body. This technique involves applying gentle pressure to specific areas of the body to help move the lymphatic fluid along.

Lymphatic drainage can be done manually, which involves a trained practitioner using their hands to apply gentle pressure to specific areas of the body. For best results it’s done in conjunction with lymphatic taping, compression garments, physical movement, hydration and stress reduction.

During a lymphatic drainage session, the practitioner will start by gently massaging the lymph nodes in the neck to help stimulate lymphatic flow. They will then work their way down the body, using gentle pressure to move the lymphatic fluid towards the lymph nodes. This can be targeted specifically to an area or performed generally for the whole body, depending on what you need.

The pressure used during lymphatic drainage is very gentle, and the technique should not be painful. In fact, many people find lymphatic drainage to be relaxing and enjoyable.

Is lymphatic drainage safe?

Lymphatic drainage is generally considered safe for most people. However, there are some situations where it may not be appropriate. For example, people with certain medical conditions, such as congestive heart failure, kidney problems, or liver disease, should avoid lymphatic drainage.

If you do have the beginning of a cold, virus or infection then lymphatic drainage is not advised because it can spread the virus around your body making it more difficult for your body to isolate and eliminate the virus. Blood clots can be dislodged by massage leading to dangerous conditions, if you suspect you have a clot please see you doctor.

It is important to consult with a healthcare provider before starting lymphatic drainage, especially if you have any underlying health conditions. A trained lymphatic drainage practitioner can also help to determine if the technique is appropriate for you.

In addition, it is important to drink plenty of water after a lymphatic drainage session to help flush out any toxins that may have been released during the treatment.

Who benefits from lymphatic drainage?

Lymphatic drainage is beneficial for a variety of people, including those with chronic health conditions, athletes, and those experiencing stress. This technique can reduce swelling and improve lymphatic function in those with lymphedema, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue syndrome. It can also relieve sinus congestion and muscle soreness in athletes, reduce inflammation and promote relaxation in those experiencing stress, and aid in injury/surgery recovery. Additionally, lymphatic drainage can improve immune function, digestion, and skin health. It is a gentle, non-invasive technique that can be incorporated into a wellness routine for overall health and well-being.

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