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Manual Lymphatic Drainage

BioMat Amethyst Healing Pad included

1 session $85

3 sessions $240 (save $15)

Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) is the traditional method of moving lymph in order to drain swollen areas of the body and return the excess fluid to the circulatory system so it may be excreted from the body. It also available for anyone unable to use Electro-Lymphatic Therapy (ELT) due to wounds, pacemakers, or other conditions.

This therapeutic massage uses very light pressure and long, gentle, rhythmic strokes to increase the flow of lymph and reduce toxins in your body. The lymph system is part of your body's immune system and helps fight infection. Lymph itself is a clear, slightly yellow fluid. It transports nutrients and oxygen to cells, collecting toxins on the way and flushing them out through the lymph nodes. You have around twice as many lymph vessels as blood vessels in your body. However, unlike blood, which is pumped around by your heart, the lymph system has no pump. The pressure from your blood vessels and movement from your muscles push the lymphatic fluid around. 

BioMat is a US FDA Medical Device 

The BioMat produces soothing infrared rays and negative ions, delivering a wealth of health benefits. The topmost layer of the BioMat is constructed of superconducting channels of pure amethyst, which allow the far infrared rays and negative ions to penetrate the body as far as seven inches. The temperatures can be be adjusted for different conditions as can the duration of use. The BioMat stimulates ion channels by producing negative ions that deliver energy to the cells of the body. Pairing the BioMat increases blood flow for improved mental conditioning, and provides a warm, soothing environment for improved mental peace and serenity. 


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People With The Following Symptoms Should Avoid This Procedure: 

·         Cancer

·         Cardiac Problems 

·         Asthma

·         Tumor

·         Severe High Blood Pressure

·         Epilepsy

·         Acute Infections

.         Fever

.         Hemorrhage 

.         Abdominal Surgery 

.         Menstruation 

.         Endometriosis Gynecological Cysts 

.         Acute Absence of Urination 

.         Pregnancy 

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