Lymphatic Drainage Massage
A herbal warm oil massage that helps your body heal and thrive
- 1 hr1 hour
- 100 Australian dollars$100
Not your typical ‘feel good’ massage, this massage provides healing that is long-lasting! Duration of massage: 1 hour Focus areas: Abhyanga (deep tissue, oil massage) supports the body to heal and thrive. This massage focuses on your legs, arms, back, shoulders, neck, stomach, face, and head. Benefits: - Nourishes the entire body—decreases the effects of aging - Imparts muscle tone and vigor to the dhatus (tissues) of the body - Imparts a firmness to the limbs - Lubricates the joints - Increases circulation - Stimulates the internal organs of the body - Assists in elimination of impurities from the body - Moves the lymph, aiding in detoxification - Increases stamina - Calms the nerves - Benefits sleep—better, deeper sleep - Enhances vision - Makes hair (scalp) grow luxuriantly, thick, soft and glossy - Softens and smoothens skin; wrinkles are reduced and disappear Who is this best for: This massage is best for those experiencing anxiety, stress, aches and pains, sluggish metabolism, poor digestion, poor circulation, dry skin, stiffness, poor sleep and so on. This massage supports healing in different diseases like arthritis, spondylosis, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, plantar fasciitis, neck pain, low back pain, vertebral disc prolapse, digestive disorders, mental health, diabetes, weight loss and so on. What to expect: The massage differs from other forms of massages by the holistic approach, attention to the detail, application of pressure to ease stiffness, use of complete palm for relaxation, treatment to vital points (known as marma) in the body, long relaxing strokes and use of herbalised oils. Most of the herbalised oils contain 10 to 20 herbs-some of them even 80-100 -with sesame oil or coconut oil as the base. The oil has special benefits according to the herbs and oil used. The therapist will select the most suitable herbal oil for you based on your individual temperament. How often: The number, frequency and duration of massage required will vary from person to person and the imbalance. It is highly recommended to have an Abhyanga session once a month to maintain your general health.
26 Raewyn Crescent, Schofields NSW, Australia