Lymphatic Drainage Review from Doody Free Girl!

In case you didn’t know, I’m really obsessed with the body. Especially chronic conditions. Especially the lymphatic system and what happens when it is not operating at an optimal level. Lymphatic drainage for people with auto-immune diseases and post- surgical cancer patients is amazingly effective to rid the body of extra cellular waste, and keep the body healthy and often more pain-free.

The other day the Doody Free Girl came and got a sample lymphatic drainage massage and here is a blog post about it. Thanks so much for the shout out!

If you have any question about lymphatic drainage or the lymphatic system please give me a text or call! I’d love to geek out with you.

When you go for Ceallaigh’s custom massage, you are not only getting legit bodywork done, you are getting an education on anatomy. It never ceases to amaze me how interconnected the body is and I always leave Knead with a newfound appreciation of this connectedness. For example, Ceallaigh releases the knots in my shoulder by addressing the tightness in my jaw and by digging her fingers into a very specific point in the front of my neck. I told her my arms and legs fall asleep frequently in certain positions, which she attributes to tightness in my hips and armpits. Her custom massage is a combination of relaxation and constructive pain. Lymphatic drainage is a more gentle treatment designed to drain lymph (or cellular waste) from your tissues. “It’s like a colonic for your cells,” Ceallaigh explains. In fact, lymphatic drainage is recommended daily for patients who have undergone radiation and other treatments that may kill lymph nodes in order to avoid lymphedema, an accumulation of fluid that results in swelling. Lymphedema is also common in those who have undergone liposuction because much of the lymphatic system is actually sucked out with the fat cells! So while lymphatic drainage may feel like a tease, it is actually moving stagnation (the cause of all illness) into your colon and out your ass. In short, get felt up as often as possible.

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