Lymphatic Drainage in Vence
The lymphatic system is another circulatory system different from that of the blood.
It is very important and complementary to the blood system.
It receives waste products from the blood, absorbs fat from the intestine, and produces lymphocytes (white blood cells of the immune system).
Its proper functioning is fundamental for a good immune system.
The lymphatic system forms a dense network in all areas of the body where lymphatic fluid will circulate in small vessels and nodes.
It is located just below the epidermis.
Massage of the lymphatic system or Lymphatic Drainage makes it possible in particular to optimize lymph circulation and reduce fluid retention (edema, heavy legs, swelling, etc.).
Special manual techniques (Vodder or Leduc for example) allow the masseur to circulate the lymph according to the path of the lymphatic system.
Lymphatic drainage is very gentle, without strong pressure and without oil. Pumping actions on the lymph nodes in particular will allow this circulation, as the heart acts as a pump for the blood.
For example, if you have problems with swollen legs, lymphatic circulation, edema following surgery, … feel free to consider lymphatic drainage as a potential solution to treat these problems.
Lymphatic drainage is an increasingly popular massage technique in stress management.
Indeed, it provides extreme relaxation, in particular by its gentleness and its slow and repetitive rhythm.
The lymph system is, in fact, connected to the cerebrospinal fluid, which bathes the spinal cord and the brain, which in turn acts on the nervous system.
Optimizing good circulation of the lymph system will contribute to relaxation.
Lymphatic drainage is therefore a good anti-stress alternative to other more traditional massages.
Blue Tree Massage assists you both at home and in our massage studio, by offering lymphatic drainage sessions based on the Vodder method.
Blue Tree Massage operates on the French Riviera, mainly in the Alpes Maritimes, in the principal towns along the coast (Cannes, Antibes, Cagnes Sur Mer, Nice, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Villefranche, Monaco, Menton…) as well as further inland (Mougins, Grasse, Valbonne, Biot, Roquefort les pins, Saint-Paul-de-Vence, Vence…).