Thermotherapy Lymphatic Massage (RMT)
Available at our Etobicoke location
Thermotherapy Lymphatic Massage (RMT)
This unique combination offers a truly transformative experience, promoting detoxification, rejuvenation and overall well-being. Our powerful Infrared Sauna Blanket will smoothly penetrate deep into your body, providing a gentle and soothing heat that works from the inside out. This extraordinary heating method will stimulate blood circulation and increase tissue oxygenation, promoting cellular repair and improving your metabolism while the extraordinary Brazilian Lymphatic Drainage Massage will play a vital role in eliminating toxins and waste from the body. It’s an incredible booster when combined with the Lymphatic Massage. Our Registered Massage Therapists will stimulate the lymph flow, encouraging the removal of impurities and reducing water retention, leaving you with a renewed sense of lightness, reduced inflammation and a strengthened immune system and feel the tension melt away as the thermal blanket envelops you in a cocoon of warmth, encouraging relaxation and stress relief.
- Detoxification: flushes out accumulated toxins from your body, leaving you feeling refreshed and revitalized.
- Improved Circulation: Enhances blood flow and nutrient delivery, promoting faster healing and cell regeneration.
- Stress Relief: Experience deep relaxation as stress and tension melt away, promoting a sense of calm and tranquility.
- Enhance Metabolism: Stimulate your metabolism, aiding in weight management and increased energy levels.
- Reduced Inflammation: Alleviate sore muscles, joint pain and inflammation, promoting better mobility and flexibility
- Immune System Support: Boost your body’s defense mechanisms through Brazilian Lymphatic Drainage, supporting your overall health and wellness.
- Drink plenty of water in the hours leading up to your massage. Proper hydration helps improve lymphatic circulation and aids in the elimination of toxins from your body.
- Try not to eat a heavy meal at least two hours before your massage. A full stomach may make you feel uncomfortable during the session. Opt for a light meal or snack if you’re hungry.
- Take a shower or bath before your appointment to ensure your skin is clean. This helps maintain good hygiene and allows the therapist to work on your skin more effectively.
- Refrain from applying any lotions, oils, or skincare products to the areas that will be massaged. These substances can interfere with the therapist’s techniques and the effectiveness of the massage.
- Avoid accessories that might restrict movement or blood flow as this makes it easier for the therapist to access the areas requiring treatment.
- Bring a bikini as you will sweat away all of your impurities and you will want to change into dry and comfortable clothing after your out of this world treatment.
- Pregnancy: Pregnant women should avoid using Thermal Blankets, especially during the first trimester, as the excessive heat may pose a risk to the developing fetus.
- Cardiovascular Conditions: Individuals with heart conditions, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, or a history of heart attacks, should avoid Thermal Blankets, as the heat can increase heart rate and blood flow.
- Hypertension: Individuals with uncontrolled high blood pressure should avoid using Thermal Blankets, as the heat can further elevate blood pressure levels.
- Heat Sensitivity: If you are sensitive to heat or have a condition that impairs your ability to regulate body temperature, using a Thermal Blanket may not be suitable.
- Skin Conditions: If you have open wounds, burns, eczema, or any other skin conditions, the heat from the Thermal Blanket may aggravate these issues.
- Recent Injuries: Individuals with recent injuries should avoid using a Thermal Blanket until the injury has healed.
- Dehydration: Proper hydration is crucial when using a Thermal Blanket. If you are dehydrated or have difficulty staying hydrated, it’s best to avoid prolonged sauna sessions.
- Implants or Medical Devices: Some implants or medical devices, such as pacemakers, may be affected by the heat of a Thermal Blanket. Consult with your doctor if you have any concerns.