Premier Lymphatic Drainage Massage in Brisbane

Do you ever feel sluggish, puffy, or experience general fatigue?  These could be signs of a sluggish lymphatic system.  Here at Hypoxi Bulimba, we offer a gentle yet effective solution: lymphatic drainage massage. This specialized massage technique can help stimulate your lymphatic system, promoting a range of health benefits.

What is Lymphatic Drainage?

It is actually stimulation of the Lymphatic system that encourages lymph flow. So it effectively speeds up the process.


What is Lymph and the Lymphatic System?

Lymph is colourless. It’s a fluid that contains white blood cells. This fluid bathes your tissues and drains via your lymphatic system into your bloodstream.

Your lymphatic system is like a large washing machine on spin cycle. It wrings your lymph out of your tissues and cells.


  • to produce lymphocytes and therefore prevent disease
  • maintain fluid balance
  • helps the immune system destroy pathogens and filter waste
  • removing excess fluid, debris, waste, dead blood cells, cancer cells, pathogens, and toxins
  • working with the circulatory system to deliver nutrients, hormones and oxygen from blood body tissue cells

Your Lymph glands are found

  • behind the knee
  • underarm
  • groin
  • abdominal region
  • crook of the arm
  • crook of the arm
  • front of the neck
  • behind the ear
  • in front of the ear
  • base of the skull
  • beneath the chin
  • under the jaw

They are connected by a network of vessels. Muscle movement is needed to move lymph as the lymph system does not have a pump.
The lymph system is responsible for delivering nutrients to your cells and carrying away water, bacteria, cellular waste, toxins and viruses.

So, as you can see it’s very important.

Who Can Benefit from Lymph Drainage Massage?

Lymph drainage massage actually helps treat a variety of skin and body conditions.

  • Firming Skin Tone and Texture
  • Boosting The Immune System
  • Speeding Up the Body’s Natural Detoxification Process
  • Reducing Swelling, Inflammation and Fluid Retention in The Legs and Ankles or Face Puffiness
  • Reducing Stress Due to The Sympatholytic Response
  • Restoring Nervous System Balance and Feeling Deeply Relaxed
  • Anti-Aging
  • Speeding Up Healing
  • Weight Loss
  • Regenerating Tissues
  • Detox After Chemotherapy/Radiation
  • Pre- And Post-Plastic Surgery and Post-Liposuction
  • Cellulite Treatment, Spider Veins, Scar Tissue, Redness and Acne
  • Those Prone to Sore Throats, Infections, Colds, On-Going Tiredness

Who Can Benefit from Lymph Drainage Massage?

Lymph drainage massage can be a valuable addition to your wellness routine for a variety of individuals, including:

  • Those experiencing edema or swelling: This can be due to various factors like pregnancy, pre-menstrual syndrome, or certain medical conditions.
  • People recovering from surgery: Help reduce swelling and promote healing.
  • Individuals with a weakened immune system: By supporting the lymphatic system, massage can help improve your body’s ability to fight off infections.
  • Those seeking stress relief and relaxation: The calming nature of the massage promotes relaxation and reduces tension.
  • People with chronic headaches and migraines: Can be a natural and effective approach for managing headaches and migraines.


Hypoxi Bulimba | Lymphatic Drainage



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    Why Choose Our Lymphatic Therapy?



    Our therapists are highly trained in lymphatic drainage techniques, offering personalized sessions that cater to your unique health and wellness needs.

    Holistic Health Focus:

    We believe in treating the body as a whole. Our treatments are designed to promote overall well-being, addressing physical, emotional, and mental health.

    State-of-the-Art Facilities:

    Located conveniently near you, our clinic provides a serene and inviting environment, equipped with the latest in wellness technology.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Is Lymphatic Drainage Massage Painful?

    No, lymphatic drainage massage is not painful. It is a gentle, non-invasive therapy that involves light pressure and soft pumping movements to stimulate the lymphatic system. Most clients find the process extremely relaxing and therapeutic.

    How Long Does lymphatic therapy Last?

    A typical at our Brisbane clinic lasts between 45 to 60 minutes. However, the duration can vary based on individual health needs and goals. Our therapists will discuss your specific requirements and recommend the best treatment plan for you.

    How Often Should I Get a Lymphatic Drainage Massage?

    The frequency depends on your individual health condition and goals. For general wellness and detoxification, once a month may be sufficient. For specific health concerns, such as lymphedema or post-operative recovery, more frequent sessions might be recommended. Our therapists will provide a personalized plan after assessing your needs.

    Can Anyone Receive a Lymphatic Drainage Massage?

    While lymphatic drainage massage is safe for most people, there are some conditions where the treatment may not be recommended. These include acute infections, heart conditions, and certain types of cancer. We always conduct a thorough health assessment before beginning treatment to ensure it’s safe and beneficial for you.

    Will I See Results Immediately?

    Many clients report feeling lighter and more energized immediately after a session. However, the full benefits, such as reduced swelling and improved immune function, may become more apparent after several treatments. The effects are cumulative, so regular sessions are recommended to maintain optimal health benefits.

    What Should I Do After a Lymphatic System drainage massage?

    To maximize the benefits of your treatment, we recommend staying hydrated by drinking plenty of water, avoiding alcohol and caffeine, and engaging in light exercise, such as walking, to help stimulate lymph flow.

    Is There Any Downtime After the Massage?

    There is no downtime required after a lymphatic drainage massage. You can return to your daily activities immediately. Some clients may experience increased urination or mild fatigue as the body processes the mobilized fluids and toxins, but these symptoms are generally short-lived.