Lymphatic Drainage

Tarrin is a qualified and experienced Lymphatic Drainage Massage Therapist and has been getting great results. Tarrin is referred post-operative patients from the cancer clinic at John Flynn Hospital.

Tarrin has a lot of experience in working in the gut and incorporates both gut and CNS (central nervous system) work with every lymphatic drainage massage. Working within the abdominal cavity has immediately given some great results to the total wellbeing of each client.

What is Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic Drainage massage stimulates the functions of the lymphatic/immune and nervous systems and is used to treat a multitude of health problems.

Each stroke is directed specifically to achieve the required result. Lymphatic Drainage may include gut work as most problems start with the digestive system.

Some of the painful and inflammatory conditions that Lymphatic Massage is able to treat are sinus conditions, headaches, bronchitis, constipation, sports injuries and related oedemas and post trauma (surgical, accident, illness) conditions.

The lymphatic system is a vesicular system, similar in structure to the circulatory system, although unlike the circulatory system which has the heart to pump the blood around, the lymphatic system relies on muscle movement to pump the lymph around our bodies.

Some of the painful and inflammatory conditions that Lymphatic Massage is able to treat are sinus conditions, headaches, bronchitis, constipation, sports injuries and related oedemas and post trauma (surgical, accident, illness) conditions.

Lymphatic Drainage massage is about assisting fluid return. Massage strokes are slower and specifically channelled in the direction of lymphatic flow.