In a recent post, I talked about lymphatic massages and how getting one routinely can yield many health benefits. While at my last appointment, I asked my massage therapist what I could do on my own to maintain the results in between sessions and she suggested Dry Brushing.
I’ve done Dry Brushing in the past, but it was one of those things I was guilty of getting really enthusiastic about, doing it a few times, than completely forgetting about it. But after our conversation, I vowed to be more diligent and incorporate it into my daily routine before showering.
Dry Brushing supports lymphatic flow and helps discourage swelling while ridding your body of built up toxins. It improves blood circulation, nerve transmission, and promotes healthy functioning skin.