Other FAQs

Can I combine lymphatic drainage massage with other therapies or treatments?

Yes, lymphatic drainage massage can often be combined with other therapies or treatments. It can complement various modalities, such as chiropractic care, physical therapy, post-surgical rehabilitation, beauty treatments, and more. Combining lymphatic drainage massage with other therapies or treatments can enhance their effectiveness and provide comprehensive benefits for overall wellness.

What foods help to improve fluid retention?

Oilseeds: almonds, chestnuts, nuts; water, mint tea, lemon balm tea, coconut water, Detox by Rebecca tea, lemon juice hibiscus tea; Fruits: melon, pineapple, passion fruit, apple, watermelon; Vegetables: chayote, cucumber, cabbage, watercress (digestive and diuretic), broccoli, eggplant, celery, lettuce, among others.

I just had Botox, can I receive lymphatic drainage massage?

It is recommended to wait for one week after the application of Botox before receiving lymphatic drainage massage. However, receiving lymphatic drainage massage before getting Botox can promote faster healing, enhance results, and aid in detoxifying the skin. It also helps decrease inflammation, remove unwanted buildup, and optimize overall skin health.

Why Rebecca doesn’t use VelaShape for her treatment?

VelaShape treatment often requires multiple sessions to achieve optimal results, and its effectiveness varies from person to person. Rebecca prioritizes client satisfaction and wants to ensure that her team delivers consistently satisfactory outcomes. Additionally, while uncommon, potential side effects of VelaShape may include temporary redness, bruising, or mild skin irritation in treated areas.

Is it safe to undergo lymphatic drainage while breastfeeding?

Yes, lymphatic drainage can improve fluid circulation in the body, which can aid in milk production. However, it’s crucial to note that breastfeeding is a multifaceted process, and factors like adequate nutrition and rest also play vital roles in ensuring healthy milk production.

What is Cupping Therapy?

Cupping therapy is a therapeutic technique that involves placing glass, plastic, or silicone cups on the skin to create a vacuum that sucks the skin and underlying tissue into the cup. The aim of therapy is to stimulate blood and lymphatic circulation, relieve muscle tension and promote healing of injuries.

How can I prepare for a lymphatic drainage massage session?

Prepare for a lymphatic drainage massage by staying hydrated, having a light meal before the session, wearing comfortable clothing, communicating any concerns to the therapist, arriving on time, removing jewelry, and adopting a relaxed mindset. These preparations optimize your experience and enhance the benefits of the lymphatic drainage massage.

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