Have you learned how to dry brush your body properly? If not, this is a practice that will have enormous health benefits on many different levels. Apart from being great for cellulite, it is especially good for your lymphatic system.
This simple stimulation is excellent for releasing toxins, trapped emotions and will get everything circulating. Your lymph nodes are an important part of your immune system. Dry brushing also makes you feel invigorated and energized.
Your Lymphatic System Explained
Dry brushing is excellent for lymphatic drainage, exfoliation, unclogging pores and it can also reduce stress on your nervous and adrenal system.
As you can see from the infographic above, the lymphatic system is critical to our ongoing wellness. The fluid it carries needs to keep circulating as it carries white blood cells. This is what helps to rid our bodies of nasty toxins, waste, and unwanted materials.
By incorporating dry brushing into our self-care routine, we ensure that we keep everything circulating. It also reduces stress!
How To Dry Brush Your Body
When it comes to dry brushing, many are not doing it correctly. That’s why today we are including a very helpful video tutorial from a certified Lymphedema Physical Therapist.
She will explain how to dry brush in the optimal way that will benefit your lymphatic system. There is no one that will not benefit from this practice and it de-ages your body too.
Dry Skin Brushing Routine Video Tutorial
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Are you ready to learn how to learn the correct way to dry brush? Kelly is here to share her tips and tricks. Do not use lotions and use firm pressure. You can focus on one area or do your whole body.
When it comes to your Lymphatic system, Kelly suggests that you dry brush towards your nodes rather than your heart. To watch the video, click Play above ^