For some existing clients, regular massage is the perfect way for you to perform better, manage tension and reduce stress. With 28 years experience between them, Paula and Kirsten are our dream team to look after you. If they pick up on restricted joints, misalignment or injuries, they'll refer you me, as your Osteopath.
What is it?
I like to think of the lymphatic system as the housemaid of the body - it plays a vital role in cleaning up and supporting your immune system, transporting some fats to their right location and ensuring good fluid balance throughout your body. Working normally, it ticks along in the background but when it hasn't been cleaned for a while, you can start to to feel puffy and sluggish, and you may be more susceptible to cough and colds. Lymphatic massage helps to manually push the lymphatic fluid though your body and stimulates a good spring clean.
How Can Lymphatic Massage Help?
If you think you would benefit from this treatment book yourself in for this deeply relaxing, powerful treatment or give us a call and we can talk to you about your specific needs.
Massage is often referred to as a treat, but it is so much more than that. We know regular massage plays an important part in supporting health and well-being, including:
Mandy Crawford, Doctor of Osteopathy