Lymphatic Drainage

What is Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic drainage is an ultra-light, relaxing massage therapy that promotes the movement of lymphatic fluid throughout the body. The lymphatic system is the body’s plumbing and filtration system; as part of the circulatory and immune systems, it uses vessels and nodes to collect, filter, destroy, and dump waste, fat, and harmful bacteria. Lymphatic drainage massage is intended to stimulate lymph nodes and increase rhythmic contractions of the lymph vessels so that stagnant lymphatic fluid can be rerouted to the circulatory system.

Lymphatic drainage massage is well-known as a preventive treatment before surgery and after surgeries, injuries, and illnesses to treat swelling (or “lymphedema”). Since the lymph system also absorbs and transports fats for storage or elimination, lymphatic drainage massage can also help with sluggish weight loss, bloating, cellulite and fluid retention. Stimulating the lymph system with lymphatic massage has been shown to provide clearer skin, increased energy and focus, better sleep, sunnier moods, and boosted metabolism.

During your session, your therapist will start the lymphatic siphon at the neck and work through the entire body using light, rhythmic strokes while you relax in a reclined position with your limbs supported. Extra attention can be given to affected areas after the unaffected areas have been cleared. Expect to feel relaxed and refreshed after your session (and plan to take it easy and drink lots of water for the rest of the day).

Lymphatic Drainage Pricing

Single Session Rates

  • $65 – 30 minutes
  • $110 – 60 minutes
  • $155 – 90 minutes

5 Pack of Sessions Rate

  • $300 – 30 minutes
  • $500 – 60 minutes
  • $700 – 90 minutes
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What our clients are saying about us

“Valerie had excellent massage techniques. I walked in with a very tight back and walked out calm with relaxed muscles. I am thankful. I would recommend Valerie to others.”



  • Decompensated cardiac insufficiency
  • Untreated congestive heart failure (cardiac edema with acute symptoms)
  • Acute inflammation/infection caused by pathogenic germs (bacteria, fungi, viruses). Germs could be spread resulting in blood poisoning (sepsis).
  • Acute renal failure
  • Acute deep venous thrombosis (DVT) (blood clot)


(These conditions can be worked on, but very carefully.)

  • Malignant lymphedema caused by active cancer
  • Edema following carcinoma treatment
  • Implanted devices
  • Venous inflammation
  • Thyroid or renal dysfunction
  • Chronic inflammation
  • Bronchial asthma
  • Hypotension
  • Diabetes