Detox Massage

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Are you looking to detox the gentle way? Ripple’s detox massage is a great way to do a stand alone body rejuvenation, or to support a detoxing diet.

Full massage and beauty price list is here, or call today on 0438 567 906 or book online now

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I have recently lost a lot of weight, and part of my reward for reaching my weight milestone was to treat myself to a Ripple Massage.

I chose the detox one as I thought that would be a great way to rejuvenate my body after six months of really hard work and effort.

I loved every minute of it – Kate was so caring and lovely and her massage pressure was just right.

The two hours flew by and I felt so good afterwards. Will definitely book you when I reach my next milestone which isn’t too far off. – Stephanie

Detox Massage
5/5

5 out of 5
December, 2013

Cleansing clay mask being applied

Detox Tips

The first couple of days of these sort of diets aren’t usually much fun – lots of water, no wheat or dairy, none of your favourite cakes or alchohol.

But they are a great way to reset your body and your mind into a healthier way of living.

You could try some of the shorter ones that aren’t quite as extreme.

This works on several body systems like the lymphatic system and the digestive system.

Ripple also uses essential oils such as lime and tangerine to further eliminate toxins from your body.

The first couple of days you can feel tired and have headaches, so schedule in some rest time. Maybe a day of just lying around, being kind to your body

A staycation can be a great way to rejuvenate your body.

Especially in your skin and eyes.

A side benefit is if you don’t load up on calories (to make up for the lack of alcohol and caffeine) then you often will lose some weight too.

Giving up completely can be difficult, especially during the holidays when everyone else is drinking around you. So instead of cutting it out altogether, aim to keep any drinks to two a day, and cut down on the amount of alcohol in each one.

Like a beer? Maybe think to cut down to a light one. Look forward to that glass of wine at the end of the day?

Maybe try a spritzer (perfect in the summertime).

Ah, loaded with sugar and lots of chemicals that really aren’t great for your body.

If you really don’t like drinking water straight, maybe switch to something less loaded up with bad stuff like a soda water with a splash of lime juice and a tiny splash of cordial.

A lot less sugar and no caffeine.

 

A US study of spiders showed that when they were given caffeine, their webs that that wove were scattered, full of holes and very patchy.

Caffeine does the same to humans. It can make you jittery, scattered and unfocused.

So if you have to have one, try to keep to just one in the morning, then for the rest of the day try herbal teas.

Not quite the same as a coffee, but there are some great fruit ones that taste great.

There are vitamins that you can take that will support your liver in its detox, so go on, be nice to your body and give it the nutrients it needs, even if in pill form, to help it through the process.

Get a massage.

Massage is a sensational way to clean out the toxins in your body, as it works on your lymphatic system, increases the blood flow around your body, helps with your digestive system and generally pumps your body full of endorphins and other feel good chemicals the healthy way.

Tips For A Detox Diet

  • To begin, start to wean yourself off caffeine and alcohol. This can cause headaches so start gradually until they are totally eliminated.
  • Stock up on herbal detox teas and healthy fresh food. Remove any sugar, sweets, junk food or other unhealthy foods from you cupboards.
  • Foods to avoid – anything with caffeine or sugar in it. Also diary and wheat products, and salt, margarine, butter, proteins such as beef and pork, fast foods such as hot chips, and beverages like coffee, wine and soft drinks.
  • As part of the detox diet, drink a minimum of two liters of water each day.
  • Choose organic foods wherever possible.
  • Exercise daily as part of your detox programme.
  • During your first week you may experience tiredness, headaches, stiffness, muscle and joint pain, cramps in the stomach, pimples and wind. This is just your body adjusting to the new diet.
  • If you really want something sweet try some frozen grapes.
  • If you are craving coffee, dandelion tea is a great substitute.
  • If you are craving carbohydrates, cinnamon tea is a good way to dampen the craving.
  • And as a snack, try some baked potato chips with no oil.
  • Eat lots of fruits and vegetables, especially green leafy vegetables.
  • Eat less salt as this is what can cause you to retain fluids, giving you that puffy look that you are trying to avoid.
  • Use herbs and spices to flavour your meals instead of fats and sauces.
  • Herbal teas are a great in a detox, flavorsome way to up your water intake
  • Gets lots of sleep, so that your body is able to recharge itself.
  • Book in regular massages. Massaging the muscles speeds up the release of toxins from the body.
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