What is a Body Ballancer?
What is Lymphatic Massage?
What are the benefits of a Body Ballancer Lymphatic Drainage Massage session?
I am excited that I have added Body Ballancer lymphatic massage sessions to my therapies. Used by celebrities and featured on This Morning, Vogue, Hello, The Telegraph and more..
Once I experienced my Body Ballancer sessions, I knew I just needed to make them available for clients in Wiltshire. Providing better health and wellbeing through advanced lymphatic massage technology.
Our health is very reliant on our lymphatic system working effectively to fight off infections. If your lymphatic system is full of toxins and not flowing effectively it can result in fluid retention, weight gain and illness.
Even the healthiest body is creating toxic waste from all the natural metabolic processes being performed. My body struggled after having the Covid Vaccines. A course of lymphatic massage sessions helped me to clear the toxins and fluid retention from my body. It maybe that my body was challenged more, dealing with menopause and the vaccine at the same time.
Treatments are great for relaxation as well as inch loss, removing excess fluid and toxins from the body.
What is a Body Ballancer?
- An advanced form of lymphatic drainage massage that uses a specially designed large pair of trousers, which gently inflate and deflate to precise pre-set pressures.
- Still little known in the UK and the only one in Wiltshire.
- Removes the need for a trained lymphatic drainage therapist.
- Like a team of massage therapists working on the body simultaneously to flush out excess fluid, toxins and metabolic waste.
- A trusted non-invasive treatment to help you feel your best.
- A relaxing compression therapy system using the proven principles of manual lymphatic drainage.
- Provides a consistent, high quality lymphatic massage.
- Regular use promotes a healthy lymphatic system.
- Developed by the world’s leading producer of medical pressotherapy devices. The first pressotherapy devise dates back to the 1950’s and was used by the medical profession to treat lymphoedema and fibrosis. These devises are now used in many countries to deliver cosmetics benefits as well as improving overall health.
- A large pair of trousers which fill with air to create a relaxing 360 degree massage of the tummy, legs and feet.
- The massage targets the body’s lymphatic system, removing excess fluid and toxins associated with a host of health issues.
What is Lymphatic Massage?
- A specialist form of massage used widely in Europe and the Far East and other parts of the world to improve lymphatic flow.
- Ordinary massages usually work on the muscles and use deep tissue massage techniques to reach the muscular layer. LYMPHATIC MASSSAGE targets the delicate lymphatic vessels and nodes that sit just below the skin, which require only light pressure to move fluid through.
- If you suffer from water retention, bloating, cellulite or poor skin tone, ordinary massage will not help. Lymphatic massage will target all of these problems.
- First used in Paris during the 1930’s to treat symptoms of sinusitis and chronic colds by Dr Emil Vodder. By working on the lymph nodes on the face and neck of his patients, he released congestion, eliminated inflammation and in many cases reduced headaches. He expanded his study of lymphatic massage to cover the lymphatic vessels and organs of the entire body and discovered both health and aesthetic benefits.
- Can be performed manually by a trained therapist using light pressure, long rhythmic strokes to encourage the flow of the lymph to help remove toxins and harmful waste from the body.
- Can also be preformed by using compression therapy or pressotherapy devices. BODY BALLANCER being one of these devices.
What is the lymphatic system?
- The circulatory pathway for lymph. Lymph fluid starts as plasma – the watery component in blood, which is constantly monitored and filtered by our 400 to 800 lymph nodes to remove toxins, waste and pathogens.
- Eliminates waste and toxins that result from the body’s natural metabolic process.
- The lymphatic system is a one-way street with no pump, relying on movement, gravity and breathing to keep it flowing so can often become sluggish. Unlike the circulatory system which has the heart to pump the blood around.
- Supports the immune system by fighting infection and generating antibodies.
- Promotes digestive health, helping the body absorb fats and fat-soluble vitamins from the gut, delivering these nutrients to our cells to use as fuel.
- A compromised lymphatic system can lead to poor skin tone, excess weight, headaches, fatigue and a greater susceptibility to illness.
- Considered to be the most important body system in Ayurvedic medicine where it is known as ‘rasa’ or WATER OF LIFE.
Body Ballancer Benefits:
There are many benefits of having Body Ballancer sessions.Hare are the main benefits you would gain from a session:
- Natural detoxing
- Improved immune system
- Reduced bloating
- Better digestion
- Reduced stress through promoting relaxation
- Improved sleep quality
- Inch loss through reduced water retention
- Improving body shape
- Helping you to feel lighter
- Reducing cellulite
- Firmer smoother skin
- Anti- ageing through the removal of free radicals
- Improved fitness
Who would not want to benefit from a full body bear hug that helps boost your lymphatic flow, clear toxins and speeds up muscles repair. Just one treatment can help you to alleviate stress and improve your sleep.
The beauty of having Body Ballancer sessions with me, is I will also incorporate a few kinesiology tests too, checking your digestion out as well, whilst you are in the trousers!
How much does a Body Ballancer Lymphatic Drainage session cost?
To get the full benefit from the treatments I recommend 2 treatments a week for 3 or 6 weeks consecutively.
Cost: One Body Ballancer Session £65 payable in full on booking.
Course of 6 Body Ballancer sessions £360 payable in full on booking.
Course of 12 Body Ballancer sessions £720 payable in full on booking.
To book click on link below or to find out more give me a call 07762054818 or email firstname.lastname@example.org