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Benefits: Lymphatic massage for general well-being helps to prevent fluid buildup and flushes out unwanted cellular debris, fatty cells, and excess fluid from the body. This helps reduce joint pain, bruising, swelling brought on from daily activities and food consumption. In general, it is recommended to get this drainage done at least three times per year to stay in top health. 


ULTRASONIC CAVITATION - is a cosmetic procedure that's used to break apart fat deposits in your body. Ultrasound technology is used to break down fat cells below the skin. This procedure involves applying pressure on fat cells though ultrasonic vibrations. The pressure is high enough to make the fat cells break down into a liquid form. The body can then get rid of it as waste through your urine.

RADIO FREQUENCY - uses radio wave frequencies to heat down to the deepest layers of the skin. The heat shrinks fat cells, tightens the skin, and stimulates collagen production, which gives a smooth and firm appearance to the outer layer of the skin. The treatment is non-invasive, safe for all skin tones, and requires no downtime for recovery.

The lymphatic system is a complex network of ducts and vessels that transfer white blood cells and antibodies to your organs and tissues. These cells and antibodies arm your immune system and help your body combat infections. Unlike the circulatory system, which uses the heart to pump blood to vital organs and tissues, the lymph system must rely on hundreds of muscular units, your body movements, and water intake to move the lymph through the vessels. Normal lymph movement in the body can be reduced by stress, fatigue, inactivity, cold temperatures, infection, chemical or food additives, even one’s age and heredity.

This is where lymphatic drainage or sinus massage comes into play. It’s basically a type of holistic therapy that gives your lymphatic system a “tune up.” By manually stimulating the increased flow of lymphatic fluid, it can reinvigorate your immune system and sweep out harmful toxins.

Using very light rhythmic massage to increase circulation and lymphatic flow, sinus lymphatic drainage therapy concentrates on specific lymph nodes under the jaw line. The main lymph nodes for sinus massage are pea size and under the mandible. During a sinus massage, muscles are “pre-warmed”, and the lymph nodes stimulated to open and enhance circulatory and lymphatic flow. A skilled therapist will use his or her hands to feel the body’s lymphatic rhythm, direction, depth, and quality. This helps the therapist assess the overall lymphatic circulation and the best way to drain stagnant fluids.



30 Minute Session - $75

60 Minute Session - $95



30 Minute Session - $75

60 Minute Session - $95

3 - 60 Minute Sessions - $255

6 - 60 Minute Sessions - $510

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30 Minutes - $65
45 Minutes - $80

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By Appointment Only

No Walk-Ins 

Monday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 

Tuesday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Wednesday: Closed

Thursday: 9:00am - 3:00pm

Friday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Saturday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Sunday: Closed

3014 SW 26th Ave.

Suite 3000

Amarillo, TX 79109

Park in the back 

(806) 515-7477

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Scheduling, Payment, Cancellation, & No Call/No Show Policies

NOTE: We ask that you please reschedule or cancel at least 24 hours before the beginning of your appointment or you will be charged a cancellation fee of $60.

  • Credit/Debit card is required to make an appointment. Card will not be charged prior to services rendered.

  • Card will be on hold. The card on file will be charged for the amount of $60 in case of a No Call, No Show or on any appointment cancelled or rescheduled with less than 24 hours' notice. 

  • Any appointments missed or marked as a no-call-no-show made with a Gift Certificate are non-refundable. No exception. Please call ahead of time to reschedule or cancel your session.

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