As a special therapy, breast massage therapy includes the back, neck and abdomen and is a 45 minute session.
Breast massage therapy can also be included as part of a 75 minute or 105 minute massage, bodywork session. Breast Massage Therapy is never automatically included in massage therapy sessions.
Before proceeding with Lymphatic Breast Massage Therapy the following steps occur:
You ask or want to discuss lymphatic breast massage therapy.
We discussed breast massage therapy which is expected to be useful, dewatering procedures and options.
You complete and sign Breast Massage Compliment on informed consent.
As with any massage procedure, you may change your mind at any time!
Breast Massage Therapy
Do All Massage Therapists Offer Breast Massage Therapy?
No. Many massage therapists have not received any special training or are not comfortable with breast massage. Although unusual as other techniques, breast massage therapy is now offered by the increasing number of massage therapists. However, Lymphatic Massage Massage therapy has been practiced in other cultures for centuries and in the United States by a number of therapists for decades.
In the US, interest in breast massage therapy grew dramatically after Debra Curties, a Registered Massage Therapist in Canada and former president of the Council of Massage Therapies American Council School wrote the book Breast Massage in 1999. Debra understands the health benefits of breast massage and Makes a mission of educating massage therapy and the medical community about this work. You may expect Lymphatic Massage Massage therapy to be better prepared in the practice of clinical massage and medical treatment but today even some day spas, including Elizabeth Arden Red’s Hand Spa, now offer several types of breast massage therapy.