As a gentle form of bodywork, lymph drainage is performed with a very light touch that facilitates the removal of metabolic waste, excess water and toxins from the body. Additional benefits include deep relaxation, pain relief and immune-boosting effects. Lymph drainage is not a ‘massage’, but a non-invasive superficial technique that affects the watersheds of the body, using only techniques that gently stretch or slightly press against the skin.
200 hour Lymph Drainage Professional Certification (Modules 1 &2):
35 hours class instruction (2 modules)
130 hours practicum (65 practicum sessions: 6 people X 10 session, +5 self sessions with record keeping)
15 hours independent assignments
20 hours home study/exam preparation
Exam (to be scheduled within one year of class instruction modules)
Module 1: Lymph Drainage Theory; History and Pioneers in the Lymph Drainage Field; Essential Anatomy and Physiology of the Body, Anatomy and Physiology of the Lymph System; Watersheds and Direction of Flow; Major Drainage Points
Module 2: Disorders of the Lymphatic System; Contraindications and Special Considerations; Sensing Lymph Flow; Techniques; Lymph Drainage Routine; Treatment Planning, Tracking Symptom Changes; Measurement Techniques; Health Record Keeping; Practicum and Assignment Guidelines.
Course completion date: 12 months from start date.
Certificate Awarded: Following class instruction: Certificate of Attendance attesting to 35 hours of training;
Following completion of full course requirements: Professional Certificate attesting to 200 hours of training
Format/Tuition: 4 days (2 modules, 2 days each), $995
Upcoming Lymph Drainage Professional Certification Courses
Fredericton- November 25-28, 2019
Fredericton- February 3-6, 2020