Lymphatic massage is a unique massage that focuses on one area. Also called “Lymphatic drainage”, this kind of massage is done primarily to stimulate lymph flow (bodily fluid that carries white blood cells, oxygen, and nutrients to the body’s tissues) using circular motions. The lymph system plays a central part in the immune system, so a lymph massage can treat a multitude of health problems. Originally developed as a treatment for Lymphedema, the buildup of lymph fluid in the various tissues of the body, Lymphatic massages have been found to help treat other health concerns, such as arthritis, orthopedic injuries, knee/hip surgery, systemic sclerosis, chronic venous insufficiency, and menopausal symptoms of swelling and fatigue. In certain spas, these massages are given to help with post-exercise recovery, acne, eczema, and cellulite. Our massage therapists here at Layton’s iMassage will address your concerns, whatever they may be, and help you solve your problems.