Manual Lymph Drainage

A very gentle treatment to support the lymphatic system that has decongestive, relaxing and pain relieving effects. MLD is an advanced massage technique using the lightest of touch to move the skin over the underlying tissues using repetitive and circular movements.

By stimulating the lymph vessel walls an MLD Therapist uses the lymph system itself to cleanse the body, reduce any swelling and strengthen the immune system.

As the stimulated lymph vessels go to work clearing the loose connective tissue of accumulated excess cells and debris, the skin not only looks clearer and cleaner – it actually is clearer and cleaner, right down to the sub-cutaneous levels.

For anyone going through a detox or weight loss programme MLD is invauable for its ability to safely remove excess `debris’ from all over the body and to help tighten the skin.

It can ease the swelling/ inflammation caused by more vigorous treatments, trauma from accidents and surgical intervention. As a pre and then post op treatment it can reduce tissue swelling associated with trauma and surgery and speed the healing rate of damaged structures.

MLD has a strong effect on the immune system. By decongesting the `transit stretch’ of loose connective tissue – clearing out any lingering debris – and making the whole transport system more efficient, MLD helps quicken the transport system of our bodies immune response. 

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Marian studied Body Basic and Therapy 1 (Dr Vodder method) with the The Vodder Schule and is a member of MLDUK.

 

"I did not know what to expect from the treatment. I have been very pleasantly surprised. I find it a very light technique, which is very soothing and relaxing. It compliments a more traditional massage. As a result of each treatment my limbs, where I have received the treatment, feel lighter and less restless. The texture of my skin is smoother and not as waxy. I feel all-over more physically energised."

   Dawn, Presteigne

 

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