Detox with Lymphatic Drainage Therapy




Ginger Taylor, a Licensed Massage Therapist, at Massages with Purpose in West Melbourne is accepting new clients for Lymphatic Drainage Therapy.

“The gentle techniques of Lymphatic Drainage Therapy work to activate fluid circulation and stimulate the functioning of the immune and parasympathetic nervous system,” states Taylor. “The results can include detoxification of the body, including reductions in things such as water retention, swollen lymph nodes, scarring, skin hardening, bruising, cellulite and pain.”

Taylor adds that, for clients facing surgery, Lymphatic Drainage Therapy can help promote a successful recovery. “I have seen greater results and a more contoured toned body with clients who have received the treatment right after surgery. With the approval of the physician, this therapy accelerates the healing process after knee replacement, rotator cuff surgery, Cesareans, liposuction, tummy tuck, breast augmentation, mastectomy and more.”

For more information, visit MassagesWithPurpose.com or call 321-480-9986. Serving Melbourne and Palm Bay. 

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