Organica day Spa is a small boutique day spa offering many different natural therapies, all massages including lymphatic massage, beauty treatments & day spa treatments 10 min south of Noosa and 5 min north of Coolum Beach on the Sunshine Coast.
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Lymphatic Drainage Massage has benefits before & after surgery & for surgical patients, reduces fibromyaliga, chronic fatigue, cancer, reduces swelling, fluid retention, cellulite, heals tissue, reduces fluid retention. Lymphatic drainage technique is used to gently work and stimulate the lymphatic system, to assist in the reduction of localized swelling. The lymphatic system is a network of slow moving vessels in the body that is responsible for the removal of cellular waste and toxic microbes from the body. The Lymphatic drainage massage is believed to help in detoxification of the body and in stimulating the body’s immune system, but is a very light massage no pressure not suitable for tight sore muscles.
Once the tissue is decongested, blocked fluid and blood flow improve, reducing pain and discomfort. Promote healing: After surgery or injury, the tissue may be swollen and sore. Manual Lymphatic drainage massage is a gentle treatment that will help drain the tissue, reduce inflammation and improve healing. This is not a massage for muscle tightness or muscle tension purely to improve lymphatic function to remove waste from your system & improve health.
Like the roots of a tree, the lymph system starts as tiny vessels--only a single-cell wide--that eventually branch into larger and larger tubes that carry these fluids back to the blood stream. This network of delicate vessels and lymph nodes is the primary structure of the immune system. The lymph nodes act as check points along the pathways of the vessels. They filter the fluid (called lymph) and serve as the home for lymphocytes--little Pac Man-like cells that attack and destroy foreign bacteria and viruses and even abnormal cells, like cancer cells.
When the lymph system works well, we feel healthy and have a strong defense against illness. When it's sluggish or blocked--say after surgery or an injury--we can have swelling, feel tired, and be more susceptible to colds and infections.
Lymphatic drainage massage can benefit just about everyone. If you're feeling tired and low on energy, or if you've been sick and feeling like your body is fighting to get back on track, lymph massage would likely serve you well. Athletes, surgical patients, fibromyaliga and chronic fatigue sufferers, as well as those wanting a fresh look may want to consider lymphatic massage. Here's why.
After a sports injury or surgery, lymph vessels can become overwhelmed with the demand placed on them. When tissues are swollen, deep tissue techniques may actually cause damage to the lymph vessels and surrounding structures. Lymphatic massage is often the treatment of choice, because it helps the body remove proteins and waste products from the affected area and reduce the swelling. This helps reduce pressure on cells and allows them to reproduce faster to heal the body.
For booking 2 people or more people 24- 48 hr notice required 2 people same time 1 hr minimum.