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Emphatic Lymphatic! How and why can Lymphatic Drainage change the way you see yourself?

 

Avoiding the full length mirror is easy, what the eyes don’t see the heart doesn’t grieve over…right?   Deep rooted fears and general disappointment in the way you look means that any issues that are body related will never be faced or at the very least avoided.  Your perception of your body from a visual point of view may seem very different to others but it is your perception of you that truly matters. 

You walk along a street one day and catch your reflection in a window. A brief moment when your eyes leave you just to sneak a peek…you don’t like what you see and hate yourself for a momentary lapse in self -control.  You walk by the same window the following day and lightning strikes twice, this time you think, “I don’t look so bad today”.  So why was yesterday so different from today?  We change, our minds change, our perception of ourselves change; this is how the mind works.  Ups and downs…there are many, but how can we help level these feelings so they are not so erratic?

I believe in cleansing the mind and body.  Wouldn’t it be wonderful to free both of toxic thoughts and toxic elements that cause weight gain and other image related issues?   The Lymphatic System is part of the circulatory system…it goes around and what goes around comes around.  Clear, clean water is the fuel needed for the Lymphatic System in order to keep a healthy immune system, healthy bones and a healthy heart.  Many factors contribute to the breakdown of this integral system.  Poor diet, inactivity and emotional stress can lead to the Lymphatic System to be blocked causing fatigue and other health problems. 

Manual Lymphatic Drainage is a gentle and non-intrusive way of releasing the toxins that have built up over time.  This detoxification process accelerates the flow of water through the body; circular movements with the palms and wrists are used to lessen the pressure; the most effective way of disposing waste.   The techniques used are specific for each person, time and care is taken to ensure that you are comfortable and at ease with the Lymphatic cleansing process.

The heart pumps blood around the body, that is its purpose and it does it freely and without any aid.  The Lymphatic System needs some assistance for the flow of water to circulate.  Lymphatic Massage can certainly open the flood gates releasing all that freshness, vitality, energy, vigour and cleanliness.  The body is made up of more water than blood, it needs to be filtered regularly and de-scaled like an overused and neglected kettle.  The kettle wants to whistle. Wouldn’t you like to whistle while you walk? Wouldn’t it be amazing to walk past that window again and stop and look at yourself with fresh eyes, a fresh mind and fresh feeling?  I offer Manual Lymphatic Drainage Therapy in London at Weight Matter in the hope that I could help your inner body which would then reflect the outer.  Allow me to help you help yourself…because you matter.

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Ben Pianese - Founder of Massaggi

Ben has been a massage therapist in London for the last 12 years.  He believes in treating everyone with complete discretion and respect.  Ben specializes in treatments which promote wellness and uses innovative ways to treat pain relief. For more info visit http://www.massaggi.co.uk

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