Massage And Lymphatic Drainage


All massage therapy treatments are performed by our certified massage therapist that have been hand selected and had additional training by
Dr. Corinne Dadivas. 
Sports massage
Swedish massage
Thai massage
Prental massage
Scalp massage
Trigger point  

Dr. Corinne Ethel Dadivas has been in practice for over 15 years. She is experienced in Lymphatic Massage, is Vodders Technique Certified, and Kinesiotaping Certified in Lymphatic Drainage. She personally performs the procedure.


Lymphatic therapies include but not limited to:

Therapeutic Ultrasound

Lymphatic Drainage Massage



The proper functioning of the lymphatic system is critical to our body’s ability to drain fluids, detoxify, regenerate tissues, filter out toxins and foreign substances, and maintain a healthy immune system

What is Lymphatic Drainage?

Lymphatic drainage is a specific type of massage that uses techniques to move lymph from your tissues to your lymph nodes, which eases the swelling in your tissues. The massage provide regular stimulation of the lymph vessels under the skin. It encourages them to work harder and find new pathways to drain away the lymph using a milking or siphoning effect to move lymph away from the swollen area. 

What is a lymphatic drainage massage used for?

Lymphatic drainage massage promotes the circulation of lymph and helps rid the body of toxins and waste materials. It also aids in purifying and regenerating tissues while normalizing organ function, and enhancing one's metabolism and immune system. This therapy can be beneficial for post-surgical lymphatic rerouting and can aide in primary and secondary lymphedema. 


Reduction in edemas (swelling) of many origins
Detoxification of the body
Regeneration of tissue from burns and scars (pre- and postsurgical)
Relief of chronic and subacute inflammation and conditions such as sinusitis, acne, eczema, and allergies
Reduction in the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia
Anti-aging effects
Relief of chronic pain
Deep relaxation to aid insomnia, depression, stress, loss of vitality, and loss of memory
Antispastic actions to relieve conditions such as muscle hypertonus and some forms of constipation
Alleviation of adiposis and cellulite tissue


What does a lymphatic face massage do?

This 30 minute lymphatic drainage massage serves to drain buildup of lymphatic fluid within your face. The gentle, light massage treatment enhances circulation in your face by delivering oxygen around the skin and pushing waste and toxins out of the lymph nodes.



  • Improves dull skin.
  • Decreases puffiness.
  • Reduce stress and anxiety.
  • Eliminate toxins and fluids making your face look thinner.
  • Improves blood flow.
  • Makes your face muscles stronger.
  • Improves the circulation of nutrients.
  • Helps in cell renewal.
  • Reduces edema.
  • Reduces fatigue signs.



    For the health and safety of our patients, we are offering one to one treatments in sanitized, private treatment rooms with open windows and plenty of fresh air.