What is manual lymphatic drainage and its benefits?

Manual Lymphatic Drainage therapy is a type of massage that promotes drainage and movement of lymphatic fluid throughout the body. It should not be confused with a traditional massage as MLD is focused on stimulating lymphatic flow.

When is the next lymphatic drainage webinar?

Webinar -Manual Lymphatic Drainage – August 14-15, 2021 This class is scheduled to take place on a Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 am – 5:30 pm Central Time. You must have an internet-connected device to attend this webinar. We strongly suggest having a person available during the course to practice hands-on protocols.

Who is the founder of manual lymph drainage?

This engaging 5½ day MLD Certification course is based on the techniques developed by Dr. Emil Vodder, Ph.D., MT. When skillfully applied, this therapeutic form of soft-tissue mobilization dramatically enhances lymph formation and promotes drainage within the superficial and deep systems of the lymph vascular network.

Where can I get a manual lymph drainage certification?

If you have any additional questions about the Manual Lymph Drainage course, please contact Ashley at Klose Training at 303-245-0333 or email [email protected] To register contact Jan Nelson at 952-885-5446 or [email protected]

How to avoid manual lymphatic drainage on YouTube?

To avoid this, cancel and sign in to YouTube on your computer. Clean formulations. Clinical results.

What’s the best way to drain lymph at home?

What It’s Like to Try an At-Home Lymphatic Drainage Method 1 Dry-brushing pre-shower, which triggers the lymph to start draining. Wood uses Yerba Prima’s Tampico Skin Brush 2 De La Heart’s Lymphatic Drainage Body Tool post-shower to continue stimulating circulation and moving the lymph. More

When was manual lymph drainage ( MLD ) invented?

Manual Lymph drainage (MLD), is a technique developed by the Vodders (Dr. Emil Vodder and his wife, Estrid) in 1936 in Paris for treatment of swollen lymph nodes[1].