August 25, 2012, 9 am
Arizona School of Massage Therapy, Phoenix campus
10000 N. 31st Avenue, Suite D-100
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Detoxification begins and ends in the lymphatic system. The divine design of this system is to transport nutrients throughout the body while at the same time eradicate toxins from it. Better known as the immune system, a compromised system lends itself to illness. Like a car requiring a filter change to prevent sluggish performance and breakdown, the lymphatic system is in need of scheduled maintenance for peak performance. For the past century Manual Lymph Drainage, a European modality, has been employed in the finest spas and clinics of lymphology for lymphatic wellness. It is the modality of choice to improve lymphatic flow and filtration especially when a conservative approach is physician recommended. Refined and researched by Dr. Vodder, MLD is one of the only modalities expressly designed to deliver benefits to the lymphatic system without drug or surgical intervention. The strokes are gentle enough to work with infants and offers palliative relief for some diseases/conditions. In the past year, MLD has jumped to the fourth most requested modality. Why? Surgeons across the country have known the benefits of MLD through research that has shone MLD helps in post recovery of several groups of plastic surgery candidates including: rhinoplasty, facelifts, brow lifts, facial lyposuction, GPS lyposuction and more. Surgical clients without MLD take 9-12 months to complete resolve bruising, swelling, pain, scar tissue formation. With MLD, they can recover in 6 weeks to 3 months! Enjoy not only learning about it but experiencing it through Elisa’s exclusive MLD Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery practice captured in photos/video. All the things you really want to know about MLD of the Face: the modality, add and complete sequence, research, the outcomes, the business & more! In addition, explore MLD as a natural Lymphlift ™ within or as an adjunct modality for facial conditions like sinusitis, rosacea, stroke, bell’s palsy, earaches & more. This course will help you acquire the skills necessary to increase healing from within and decrease downtime for your clients.
Manual Lymph Drainage
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