The All-Natural Way to a Beautiful Body and Face

 Benefits of Lypossage:

 Reduce cellulite
 Lose inches, measurable results
 Detox the body
 All natural Non-invasive
 Kick-start into better lifestyle

 Pricing: 
 Zone 1 is the lower body, including the buttocks, hips, thighs and abdomen. 
 Zone 2 is the upper body, including the arms, upper abdomen and back.
 Zone 3 includes the face, neck and head.

 1 Zone of your choice - 3 times a week for 6 weeks, $1,499.00
 2 Zones of your choice - 3 times a week for 6 weeks, $1,899.00
 3 Zones - 3 times a week for 6 weeks, $2,499.00

 Some Common Question about Lypossage

 1. You might ask What is Lypossage?
 Lypossage is an all-natural body contouring treatment that will help reshape your figure without invasive surgery or   impersonal machines. Figure imbalances, like cellulite and bulges on the abdomen or thighs, respond readily to Lypossage. If   you’ve been frustrated when trying to “spot reduce” areas of your body, you’ll be delighted with the results of this unique   treatment. Best of all, Lypossage will help you feel as good as you look. Not only is Lypossage received by clients around the   world for its natural body contouring effects, but it is also used post- liposuction to help lymph congestion and as a general,   fairly vigorous, detoxification treatment.

 2. Why do I have cellulite, lumps and bulges?
 The fatty tissue of your body acts as its “toxic waste disposal site,” where substances that it cannot metabolize are dumped.   This congested tissue has poor circulation (you’ll note that cellulite prone areas are cool to the touch) and is metabolically   inactive. Lymphatic flow may also be restricted by tight undergarments and pantyhose.

 3. What is the origin of the Lypossage Technique?
 The treatment is a specific blend of massage modalities that derive from physical therapy, including deep lymphatic drainage   and myofascial release. It was created by Charles W. Wiltsie III, LMT, an internationally recognized massage therapy educator   and practitioner. Mr. Wiltsie conducted a yearlong study of 100 female subjects that documented the effectiveness of the   technique, which was published in Massage and Bodywork Magazine in 1999. In the study, notable results included an   average inch loss per thigh of almost 1.5 inches.

 4. How does it work?
 Lypossage cleanses the body of stagnant, stalled lymphatic fluid (lymph edema) that can create the lumps and bulges we know   as figure imbalance. The deeper Lypossage strokes break up adhesions under the skin that can contribute to the dimpled,   uneven appearance of cellulite. Lypossage also tones the muscles, lifting and firming sagging tissue.

 5. What parts of the body respond to Lypossage?
 Lypossage is performed in three body zones.

 Zone 1 is the lower body, including the buttocks, hips, thighs and abdomen.
 Zone 2 is the upper body, including the arms, upper abdomen and back.
 Zone 3 includes the face, neck and head.


  Lypossage has some of its most dramatic effects on areas prone to sagging, such as the lower face and neck, as well as the     buttocks and upper thighs.

 6. I’ve heard about machines that do this too, why would I choose Lypossage?
 While both approaches deliver gratifying results, Lypossage appeals to the person who prefers to have a treatment   performed  by human touch, rather than an unfeeling machine. Lypossage must be performed by a trained and certified   Massage Therapist, while there are no such credentials required for the operators of body-contouring machines.

 7. Is it safe?
 Lypossage is a non-invasive, natural health treatment that helps to cleanse the body of toxins and retained fluids. Most clients   find that Lypossage enhances their energy and mental clarity. While there are some contraindications for specific medical   conditions, Lypossage can be safely experienced by most healthy individuals. It is much safer than surgical procedures such as   liposuction. However, for those who opt for a more dramatic surgical result, Lypossage can be very beneficial before and after   the liposuction procedure.

 8. Who can perform my Lypossage treatments?
 Lypossage practitioners are specially trained massage and body professionals who have learned this extraordinary hands-on   technique and are certified to practice under the Lypossage name.

 9. How are my treatments scheduled?
 Treatments last about 30 to 45 minutes per zone and are performed in a series of 18 sessions over the course of six weeks.   It’s important to note that for most clients, it also takes 6-10 sessions before the results of the initial treatments become   noticeable, since this is a two step procedure. Step one: the adipose fat layer must be broken down and eliminated. After that,   progress can often be quite dramatic. Step 2: the cellulite layer must be broken down and eliminated, while the muscles are   reshaped. Combining body wraps further enhances your results.

 10. What are some typical results, and how will I know what mine are?  
 While results vary, cumulative dimension loss over five key measurement points averaged 6.75 inches in the original study. It   is  not uncommon to find cumulative inch loss of up to 11”. One client in this study lost almost 3” in her waist measurement   alone. Most women find that they will drop one to two dress sizes without a reduction in their weight. Your Lypossage   Practitioner will weigh, photograph and measure you before you begin your program and at key intervals to enable you to   track your progress.

 11. Is there a special diet or exercise program?
 Though the individuals in the Lypossage study were restricted from initiating any new diet or exercise program during the   course of their treatments, most clients become so inspired by their Lypossage results that they readily adopt lifestyle   changes that help them progress even more rapidly. Check with your physician or nutritionist for a diet that is right for you as   well as an approved exercise routine. Drinking lots of water is also key to keeping the body cleansed and hydrated.

 12. What should I do on my own to enhance the results of my treatments?
 We recommend that you follow an at-home body care regimen, including a special treatment product to stimulate circulation   in cellulite-prone areas and a glycolic body lotion to improve skin texture and elasticity

 13. What do I need to do to maintain my results?
  A program of monthly or bi-monthly maintenance treatments will help you retain your results. Many Lypossage clients repeat   their program annually. Some who like the results they have realized from the program and would like to progress further, can   choose to sign up for another series of treatments.









  









 

Before & After

Schedule Your Intro - Lypossage
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    Swedish ($70/hr $105/1.5hr)
    The most common type of massage. It involves soft, long, kneading strokes, as well as light, rhythmic, tapping strokes on topmost layers of muscles. This is also combined with movement of the joints. By relieving muscle tension, Swedish Massage can be both relaxing and energizing. It may even help after injury.
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    Deep Tissue ($80/hr $120/1.5hr)
    Deep Tissue is best for giving attention to certain painful, stiff "trouble spots" in your body. The therapist uses slow, deliberate strokes that focus pressure on layers of muscles, tendon, or other tissues deep under your skin. Though less rhythmic than other types of massage, deep tissue can be quite therapeutic relieving chronic patterns of tension and helping with muscle injuries such as back sprain.
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    Thai Massage ($120/1.5hr)
    During a Thai Massage the therapist uses her body to move the client into a variety of position, This type of massage including compression of muscles, mobilization of joints, and acupressure points.
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    Hot Stone ($129/1.5hrs)
    For this kind of massage the therapist places warmed stones on certain areas of the body, such as acupressure points. The stones may be used as massage tools or be temporarily left in place. Used along with other massage techniques, hot stone can be quite soothing and relaxing as they transmit heat deep into the body.
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    Prenatal ($70/hr $105/1.5hr)
    During pregnancy, your body goes through major changes. Prenatal massage can help with these changes by reducing stress, decreasing arm and leg swelling, and relieving muscle and joint pain. The massage may be particularly helpful during a time when medication and other medical options may be more limited. using various supportive pillows, the therapist will help get you into a comfortable position for this type of massage.
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    Ashiatsu ($129/1.5hr)
    Ashiatsu is a technique where the therapist walks on the client while the client is lying on a table. The massage therapist uses a set of parallel bars above the massage table to support herself while essentially dancing on the client's back combining long flowing strokes with the feet. The intensity of massage can be tailored to the need of the client.
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    MediCupping ($85/hr $125/1.5hr)
    MediCupping was a pleasant and non-invasive approach that achieves powerful result by using the simple Vacuum “cup” to create a soothing suction on the surface of the body that reaches deep into the tissues. Treatment can profoundly affect physiology and structure, enabling the body to release old restrictions and compensatory patterns, and return to healthy functioning.
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    Aroma Therapy ($75/hr)
    Aromatherapy Massage is a massage with highly concentrated plant oils called essential oils, added to the massage oil or lotion. The nostrils are attached to a part of the brain called the limbic system. It controls emotion and influences the nervous system and hormones. When you inhale essential oils molecules, messages are transmitted to the limbic system and effect to the heart rate, stress level, blood pressure, breathing, memory, digestion, and immune system. Different essential oils will have different benefits for the body.