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Lymphatic Drainage Compression Therapy | Therabody | Pressotherapy (see prices and packages below) is a type of lymphatic massage that accelerates lymph flow thus activating proper circulation and metabolic processes at the cellular level.
Compression Therapy Booking as easy as 1, 2, 3
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Step 3: Come in and enjoy the many benefits of Lymphatic Drainage (see details and pricing below)
INFRARED BODY WRAP PRESSOTHERAPY
Infrared Body Wrap/Pressotherapy 30 min $90.00
30 min. Lower Body
Savings of 157.50
($58.50 x5) $292.50
Infrared Body Wrap/Pressotherapy 45 min $135.00
45 min Full Body
Buy Now! $418.50
5 Infrared Body Wrap/Compression
60 min Full Body
THERABODY SINGLE SESSIONS
Therabody 30 min $35.00
Therabody 40 min $56.00
Therabody 60 min $84.00
THERABODY 5 PACK SERIES
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Lymphatic Drainage Therapy & Pressotherapy Infrared Heat
If you've landed here at our Pressotherapy page and you're wondering about the many benefits of Lymphatic Drainage Massage services. If you're new to the procedure and all the hype around it we're here to answer your questions. Or, maybe you're searching for a healthy way to detoxify your body.
Due to the endorsements of celebrities and the growing number of people who have tried lymphatic drainage for themselves, this treatment is gaining in popularity quickly. But, in practice, what really is it? And what do you home will happen during one of these lymphatic drainage sessions?
What are the Long-Term and Short-Term Benefits of Lymphatic Drainage Pressotherapy?
Because this therapy aims to revive the lymphatic system, it may aid the body in the removal of toxins and free radicals while also stimulating the immune system and the parasympathetic nervous system, among other benefits.
Common Lymphatic Drainage Benefits
The following are some of the most commonly reported outcomes:
- Detoxification of the whole body
- Pain management for chronic pain
- Healing and regeneration of burn and scar tissue are accelerated.
- Edema (swelling) is reduced in size.
- Anti-aging properties
- A reduction in the symptoms of illnesses characterized by inflammation, such as acne, eczema, sinusitis and allergies.
- Symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia have been lessened.
- Improved digestion, as well as alleviation from problems such as muscular hypertonia and some types of constipation, among others.
- Fat tissue and cellulite are reduced in size.
- Deep relaxation as well as a decrease in the symptoms of stress, depression, sleeplessness, and memory loss are achieved.
When used in conjunction with other therapies such as physical therapy, LDT may also aid in the recovery of injuries and the return to peak health as fast as possible after they have occurred.
What is Lymphatic Drainage?
An ancient medicinal method that was initially used to assist restore the health of the lymphatic system, lymphatic drainage massage is also known as lymphatic drainage treatment. When you have a lymphatic drainage massage, you are helping your body and lymph nodes to rid themselves of pollutants. It may be accomplished in a variety of methods, but the most frequent is by applying one of two methods:
1) Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage - a massage service applied by a massage therapist with their hands and/or feet in order to relieve pressure and improve circulation. This manual massage method generally costs from $250 to $400 per treatment. It aims to create lymphatic drainage.
2) Compression Lymphatic Drainage - this procedure, also called pressotherapy, uses a body suit specifically designed to fit various parts of the body and apply pressure to the lymph nodes. Many pressotherapy machines have various settings and cycles to assist the lymph system in detoxification. The machine applies pressure to pressure spots on your body to trigger your body's natural reaction and boost circulation. Pressotherapy usually costs from $90 to $165 per treatment.
The benefits of lymphatic drainage massage include improved digestion, stress and anxiety reduction, increased energy levels, improved sleep quality, and the promotion of weight loss.
Our Pressotherapy Lymphatic Drainage replaces hand massage with an even more precise procedure utilizing the pressotherapy suit. The state of the art suit provides pressure at specific pressure points to create a detoxifying lymphatic drainage.
What to Expect During Lymphatic Drainage?
Known as lymphatic drainage treatment (LDT), this procedure involves the use of apressotherapy machine, which uses very specific pressures to help in the recirculation of lymphatic flow.
Your therapist will help you enter the suit which will perform undulating movements with pressure against your arms and legs. Using this approach, the machine will determine the rhythm, direction, depth, and quality of your lymphatic flow in almost any portion of your body.
How Does Lymphatic Drainage Work?
The capacity of the body to drain fluids, cleanse, regenerate and grow new tissue, eliminate poisons and foreign substances, and develop and maintain a healthy immune system is dependent on the efficient functioning of the lymphatic system.
However, the functioning of this system may be impeded or even completely halted by a variety of conditions such as weariness, psychological stress, lack of physical exercise, emotional strain, severe temperatures, infections, old age, and others. The accumulation of fluids, proteins, and toxins in the body is permitted to occur when lymphatic circulation is slowed or stopped. In turn, this may cause a number of bodily illnesses such as weariness and malaise, and even premature ageing in certain cases.
Can Lymphatic Drainage Massage Provide Improved Sense of Well-Being?
Your excitement to plan your first lymphatic drainage session is certainly fueled by your newfound knowledge of the many advantages of this kind of massage treatment. Congratulations! Your first step toward feeling better in general may be to do this.
To further enhance your overall sense of well-being we highly recommend you try salt therapy treatments. Salt therapies are often called halotherapy. The treatment is done by entering a salt cabin for a specified amount of time. The cabin features a filtration system which allows microscopic, organic salt particles to enter your lungs and soften your skin.
Do you have any further questions concerning this particular sort of treatment or combining multiple treatments? Still unsure whether it's the correct choice for you? We'll be more than happy to answer your pressotherapy questions, text or call us 562-621-1121
What Procedures and Services and Treatments Can You Combine with Lymphatic Drainage Massage?
At the time of scheduling your Pressotherapy and Therabody treatments you can select additional services at Ambiance Day Spa in Long Beach CA. Here at Ambiance we encourage you to make the most of every spa day by combining services with us.
Always double check about booking both services together, simply Text Us 562-621-1121
Can you combine Lymphatic Drainage with Infrared Sauna Therapy? YES!
Infrared Sauna and Pressotherapy combined allows you to more effectively get rid of excess fluid, burn more calories (approx. 200 in 60 min session), and mitigate muscle and joint pain. Infrared sauna therapy also improves elasticity of the skin and relieves swelling. Blood flow and cell saturation with oxygen and nutrients are restored. Ambiance Day Spa also offers infrared sauna therapy in Long Beach CA separately, in our cocoon-like sauna pods or two-person sauna.
By combining infrared sauna with lymphatic compression therapy you'll truly maximize your results by increasing blood flow in two unique ways. Using the sauna therapy first is ideal but you could also reverse the order and do compression therapy first.
Can you pair lymphatic drainage with Microdermabrasion and other facials?
Sure! Putting microdermabrasion or another facial treatments with lymphatic drainage in the same spa visit is generally a great idea and can enhance your overall results.