Brazilian Lymphatic Drainage Massage

Instantly look and feel refreshed after a lymphatic massage

Brazilian lymphatic drainage massage is a massage technique that eliminates fluid retention in the body. Different from your typical massage, it blends traditional lymphatic drainage with body contouring and deep rhythmic movements to target bloating, reduce localized fat, and water retention. The difference from a traditional massage is in the movements. Brazilian lymphatic drainage massage pushes the water in the direction of your lymphatic system so it can flush out of the body.

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So much more than a massage

Witness noticeable results from the very first session, revitalizing your body and embracing a new level of wellness.

Other benefits of Brazilian Lymphatic Drainage Massage Include:

  • Improved immune system
  • Enhanced sleep quality
  • Clears brain fog
  • Increased energy
  • Improved digestion
  • Decreased bloating

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Sophia Smith

Master Esthetician / Certified Detox By Rebecca® Provider

Sophia is a licensed master esthetician and is a Detox by Rebecca® certified provider for Brazilian lymphatic drainage massage. Studying esthiology at Aveda in Austin, Texas her passion for body treatments was born and brought to Spokane, Washington. With strong values in holistic wellness, Sophia aims to create a relaxing escape for all looking to pamper themselves because self care is essential.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Lymphatic System?
The lymphatic system, often referred to as the great recycler, is crucial to the immune system. It serves as a network that collects and transports lymph—a fluid filled with immune cells and waste products—back into the bloodstream. As the first line of defense against illness, lymph cleanses and nourishes every part of the body. Since the lymphatic system lacks its own pump to drain waste, it relies on artery pulsations, muscle contractions, and breathing. This is where lymphatic drainage massage comes in. By using manual movements, we can stimulate the lymphatic system. Regular lymphatic drainage massage helps prevent toxin buildup. Frequently overlooked, the lymphatic system is a key component of vibrant health. When lymph flows, everything flows. Maintaining good lymphatic health involves breath work, exercise, a proper diet, and lymphatic drainage massage.
What Is Brazilian Lymphatic Drainage Massage?
Lymphatic drainage massage involves massaging the fluid stuck between cells and in the tissue to the lymph nodes to pump them out of the body. Brazil lymphatic drainage is very commonly done as part of post care from cosmetic procedures.

The lymphatic system doesn’t have a pump to keep the flow moving—so when it’s impaired, that fluid builds up, delaying the body’s ordinary functionality and causing swelling, lethargy, tiredness, heavy legs, and inflammation.

The Brazilian lymphatic drainage massage technique helps stimulate the flow of backed up lymphatic systems. The method uses soft pressure to encourage a healthy lymph flow through a series of strokes and patterns along the lymphatic pathway.

How to Prepare for Brazilian Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Avoid heavy meals 1 hour before your appointment; ideally, fast or eat a light meal. Having an empty bladder will make the experience more comfortable.

Avoid alcohol.

Take a shower prior.

Be prepared to heavily hydrate after.

Plan to avoid alcohol, carbs and sugar after your session; consume very clean meals afterward.

Drink plenty of water and eat clean to make sure the results really last as long as possible. Avoid processed foods, alcohol and refined sugars.