Love your Lymph.
By Jaycee Clark - Ayurvedic Lymphatic Drainage Practitioner
Healing House Natural Wellness Centre BC Canada
The lymphatic system - made up of lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, tissues, and organs - is so important, yet often overlooked! These pathways are integral to our immunity - they bathe and cleanse our blood and tissues, as well as produce specialized cells to take on bacterial and viral infections. Lymph must flow - it doesn’t have a heart to pump the fluid around the body and relies solely on the movement of the diaphragm and the physical movement of skeletal muscles to circulate in the body.
Here are some simple wellness tips to nourish your lymph this season.
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Jaycee studied Ayurvedic Lymphatic Drainage in Vancouver, BC with Tamméy Martin, master practitioner and teacher in eastern based whole body therapies, and Dr. Wendy Linehan, Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Wendy was trained by Dr. Light Miller, practitioner and co-founder of The Ayurvedic College for Well-Being, in Sarasota, Florida. Jaycee completed her certification in 2015 and has been practicing ever since. Jaycee believes there is an innate wellness that lives in every individual and she seeks to facilitate each individual she helps.
Currently Jaycee is part of Healing House Natural Wellness Center in New Westminster BC where she sees clients and participates in their monthly HWB free clinic.
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