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Client Questions

What is the difference between Massage and Therapy?

Massage incorporates the body being moderately covered and the use of oils. It is usually a repetitive program that treats the body.

Whilst, Therapy, the body is fully clothed and usually no oils involved. Therapy treats the body, mind and the soul. Each session is individualised.

What are the benefits of Massage and Therapy?

Massage facilitates natural body processes to relax and heal itself for a short time. Therapy enhances physical health, improves mental and spiritual health; leading to greater overall well-being.

Is Massage and Therapy for everyone?

Massage offers relaxation and short-term healing; this would benefit everyone due to our everyday stressors.

Therapy changes and evolves according to the demands that are continuously placed upon us, therefore offering a long -term progressive solution to well-being.

Why does a massage treatment sometimes hurt?

No two bodies are the same. You may experience a level of sensitivity different to others during your treatment. If you feel uncomfortable at any time you should consult with your therapist to discuss your body’s response and determine whether a different massage technique is needed or the massage pressure applied requires adjusting.

What is the Lymphatic System?

The Lymphatic System is one of the body’s natural healing mechanisms. It eliminating unhealthy waste and toxins from the body using the circulation of lymph fluid. When lymph fluid is circulating freely, the Immune System is strengthened and effective body healing can take place. The accumulation of waste and toxins in certain lymph areas however, can inhibit the free flow of lymph fluid, compromising a person’s Immune System and potentially leading to disharmony or dis-ease with the body.

What is Lymphatic Therapy or Manual Lymphatic Drainage?

Lymphatic techniques specifically focus on removing blockages in the lymph vessels and restoring the free flow of fluid through the Lymphatic System. There are many types of Lymphatic Therapies or Manual Lymphatic Drainage techniques which are all designed to release built up waste and toxins in the body.

What are the benefits of Lymphatic Therapy?

Improving lymphatic drainage and circulation aids the body in fighting infection, fever and inflammation and improves the immune response. A healthy Immune System encourages increased health within all other body systems including blood circulation, oxygen exchange, appetite, metabolism etc.

Is Lymphatic Therapy for everyone?

Every person’s body relies upon this system for continued health and wellbeing. Lymphatic Therapy has proven beneficial for anyone and everyone regardless of age, gender, culture or health condition. It has proven particularly beneficial for newborns, infants, the elderly, pre- and post-operative surgery patients, people recovering from injury, people who have been diagnosed with cancer or undergone cancer related surgeries or treatments, however, the list of conditions Lymphatic Therapy can offer wellbeing benefits to people are endless.