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Your lymphatic system is what keeps you healthy and is best thought of as our 'bodies rubbish removal and transport system'.  It works hand in hand with your cardiovascular system.

Imagine a bath tub! - every cell in your body is living in a nice warm watery bath. The lymphatic system is responsible for keeping the bath water clean and is part of your immune system to protect you from invading microorganisms. The network of lymphatic vessels thought-out the body carries the lymphatic fluid, which is toxic waste,  directing it into the lymph nodes where it is processed back into pure water.

The lymphatic pulsations is the vacuum, clearing inflammation and toxins thus allowing the body to regenerate and heal.

The lymphatic system has a network of vessels throughout the body that carry lymphatic fluid directing it into lymph nodes where it is cleansed and purified and put back into blood circulation.

You have a superficial and deep system of lymph vessels. The superficial system of initial lymphatic vessels lies just underneath the epidermal layer of our skin and makes up 80% of total lymphatic vessels in our bodies.

What is the Lymphatic drainage ? 
 

Why does lymphatic massage complement the lymphatic system so effectively?

Lymphatic massage complements the lymphatic system effectively because it stimulates lymphatic circulation, aids in the removal of toxins and waste products, reduces swelling and inflammation, and promotes overall immune function and well-being.

The energy of one's hands in lymphatic massage can facilitate the lymphatic system's function in several ways:

  1. Gentle Pressure: The hands provide gentle pressure, which helps to stimulate lymphatic flow. This pressure encourages the movement of lymph fluid through the lymphatic vessels, promoting drainage and detoxification.

  2. Heat Generation: The warmth generated by the hands can help to increase blood circulation and lymphatic flow in the targeted areas. This warmth enhances tissue elasticity and facilitates the movement of lymphatic fluid.

  3. Intuitive Touch: Skilled practitioners often use an intuitive touch to identify areas of lymphatic congestion or blockages. By applying focused energy and attention, they can help to release these blockages and restore proper lymphatic flow.

  4. Energetic Connection: Some practitioners believe in the concept of energy transfer or energetic healing during massage. They may focus on channeling positive energy through their hands to promote balance and harmony within the body, which can support the optimal function of the lymphatic system.

Overall, the energy of one's hands in lymphatic massage plays a vital role in facilitating lymphatic flow, promoting detoxification, and supporting overall health and well-being

About Lymphoedema

Lymphoedema manifests as the accumulation of excess protein-rich fluid, leading to swelling in specific body areas. It occurs when the lymphatic system encounters mechanical obstacles, unable to keep pace with the drainage demands. Typically affecting limbs, it can also extend to the trunk, breast, head and neck, or genital regions.​

By effectively clearing inflammation and toxins, the lymphatic system promotes the body's self-regeneration and healing mechanisms.

Understanding the 4 laws  of health—mental, nutritional, physical and belief systems is pivotal in preventing inflammation and managing its effects. Working against these principles will induce inflammation, disrupting oxygen supply, which is crucial for optimal bodily functions.

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Electricity is everywhere, even in the human body. Our cells are specialized to conduct electrical currents. Electricity is required for the nervous system to send signals throughout the body and to the brain, making it possible for us to move, think and feel. Then the healing begins from any illness, sickness and disease. 

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