Balancing the Body through
Balancing the Subtle Energy systems by
Aligning their Unique Pathways
Uniting in Movement Balance and Harmony
Sports & Lymphatic Massage Del Mar
A Studio in the
Beautiful Village of Del Mar Ca
Massage Del Mar
A treatment is both superior technique and informative of body systems and levels of the healing process.
What is the Lymphatic System?
Our lymphatic system is part of our circulatory system. It is the process by which dead cells, `bacteria, and foreign matter are cleansed from our system. The lymph fluid moves through the nodes where it is purified. The lymph system is a constant internal river moving out debris and supporting a healthy immune system.
What is Lymphatic Massage?
The lymphatic system is a passive system that activates through movement and breath. The massage movement creates a stretch across the lymph vessels in the skin, creating an opening and suction of lymphatic fluid into the vessel. The stroke then moves the fluid towards the closest nodes. Manual lymphatic drainage increases the movement of this system by ten times its normal rate.
Can This Improve Healing?
Manual Lymphatic Massage, through its gentle rhythm and pressure, neutralizes the autonomic nervous system and returns the body to a state of rest and rejuvenation. This process is painless. Lymphatic Massage for Well Being gives a boost to the system and many people report a sense of lightness and deep relaxation. Following a procedure, Lymphatic Manual Drainage can quicken the removal of the increased demand on the system from
the procedure. Swelling and bruising dissipate swiftly to accelerate healing.
Post Op Massage
A post op massage is a type of massage that is specifically designed to help people recover from surgery.
Reasons to get a post op massage
- Helps speed up the healing process
- Reduces pain and swelling
We are especially proud of our Lymphatic Massage Del Mar! Our skilled and experienced therapists will help you achieve the desired results.
Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage Benefits
Liposuction, Face and Body lifts, Knee and Hip Replacement, Cancer or any type of surgery and Well-Being.
Relaxation is more than a comforting massage. Structural Balancing Sports Massage changes how your muscles move by increasing there
extension, flexibility and overall health.
The soreness, which sits beneath awareness, draws on your well-being contributing to the body feeling heavy and tired.
Returning the body to its natural settings
allows for a lasting sense of renewal*
Supporting The Body/Mind/Spirit/Journey
More than feeling better
You are better*
A unique style with the integration of trigger point, neuromuscular, sports and
manual lymphatic drainage techniques.
Regain the balance and flow of movement*
Therapeutic Massage Del Mar
Structural Re-Balancing Sports Massage Del Mar
Benefits of Sports Massage Del Mar
Sports massage Del Mar supports athletes in pushing to the limits and beyond with less injury and stronger performance. Sessions before an event prepares the muscles by increasing flexibility and breaking up adhesions and scar tissue from overuse and past injuries. A muscle with excessive scar tissue does not have full range of motion. This allows for better extension and stronger muscle fibers to increase endurance and lessen potential injuries.
The Different stages of Sports Massage
A weekend warrior or a professional athlete will benefit from sports massage. The training process for each sport is different. A runner will build on their speed and endurance over time. Quit often a runner may ignore the rest of the body. Poor posture which rounds the shoulders forward will create a forward center of gravity. This will affect speed and stamina along with potential falls. Addressing neck, shoulder and upper back posture balanced with lower body strength and flexibility will support greater success with less injuries.
Who will benefit from Sports Massage?
An Athlete is anyone who moves. A person sitting at their computer engages their back, shoulders, neck, arms, wrists, and fingers in a constant flow of movement.
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Chronic Back & Neck Pain, Lymphedema, Sports Injuries, Carpal Tunnel,
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Work Related Injuries, Migraines, Frozen shoulder, Baker's Cyst, Flexibility, Etc.