Lymphatic Drainage

What is Lymphatic Drainage?

Lymphatic drainage is a massage capable of moving excess body fluids, i.e. it stimulates their uptake by the capillaries (very fine vessels) and lymph nodes, and expels them through the filtering that takes place in the kidneys. This fluid contains toxins that are detrimental to health and the proper functioning of the body.


In addition to the elimination of liquids and toxins, it also promotes the activation of circulation, leading to all these benefits:

  • Dehincha;
  • Detoxify;
  • It raises defences;
  • Improves circulation;
  • Reduces cellulite;
  • Improves cellular oxygenation and nutrition;
  • Relax;
  • It reduces stress;
  • Improves digestion and intestinal transit;
  • Improves body contours and silhouette;
  • Much more well-being, health and self-esteem!
  • Improves digestion
  • stimulates the production of good substances (serotonin, endorphins, oxytocin)

Pregnant women

It is a magical and memorable period in many women's lives, during which discomforts can also arise for various reasons.
Throughout pregnancy, the body undergoes anatomical and physiological changes (mostly related to the high production of hormones) that demand special attention.
The swelling and sensation of heaviness in the legs, the overload in the lower back and other pain derived from pregnancy are discomforts that can be alleviated by periodically taking sessions of Lymphatic Drainage Renata França Method, an integrative protocol that I have developed especially for pregnant women.

Plastic Surgery Postoperative Periods

It is a resource whose results demonstrate its effectiveness in achieving an optimal and impeccable final result after any plastic surgery. In this treatment, Lymphatic Drainage is performed on its own or in combination with other resources such as ultrasound and acupuncture, and it can and should be started IMMEDIATELY after surgery, because it is the only way to achieve an optimal and impeccable final result:

  • Reduces inflammation;
  • Removes toxins resulting from the intervention;
  • Dehincha;
  • Prevents fibrosis formation;
  • Improves the appearance of the scar(s);
  • Reduces pain;
  • It helps the recovery process.


  • Thrombophilia (propensity to develop thrombosis , blood clots , due to abnormalities in the coagulation system), without proper treatment with anticoagulants;
  • Influenza;
  • Fever;
  • Infections;
  • Use of antibiotics;
  • Untreated heart problems;
  • Systemic Arterial Hypertension, without proper treatment with antihypertensive drugs;
  • Oncology patients must present their doctor's authorisation.
  • Renal failure (in haemodialysis-dependent patients).
  • Open wounds.
  • After delivery, it is necessary to wait 40 days to include abdominal manoeuvres.
  • Other health conditions: present medical authorisation.
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