Assisted Lymphatic Therapy is a gentle, light touch, non-invasive technique that stimulates proper flow and drainage of lymphatic system. ALT uses vibrational, light, and electrical waves to help break up congested lymph and allow it to move freely.


As ALT is a gentle and non-invasive wellness therapy, it is suitable for individuals seeking to improve their overall health and wellness. Clients with the following conditions historically greatly benefit from enhanced lymphatic drainage:

BONUS- Additional benefits include:


While there are many benefits to Assisted Lymphatic Therapy, patients/clients with the following conditions are not suitable for ALT.

And as always, it is advisable to seek licensed medical professional guidance when choosing any new or alternative therapy.


While there are many benefits to Assisted Lymphatic Therapy, patients/clients with the following conditions are not suitable for ALT.

And as always, it is advisable to seek licensed medical professional guidance when choosing any new or alternative therapy.


Your ALT therapist will meet you in the waiting area and guide you to a private therapy room for a briefing on the process. She will also determine your goals to ensure you reap the maximum health benefits from the session.

As ALT requires direct contact between the electro-lymphatic probes and the skin:

Your Assisted Lymphatic Therapy session typically lasts 60-75 minutes.

You will enjoy the benefits of the heated TheraPro Healing Mat as this is placed on the table during the entire ALT session. CLICK HERE to learn more about this bonus therapy included in your ALT session.

Since the ALT process is relaxing and pain-free, we encourage you to lie back and relax. Soak up the deep relaxation and healing during 60-75 minutes of ‘you’ time.


Your therapist will recap the state of any lymphatic congestion and provide at-home steps to support the work completed. Your therapist will also discuss if additional sessions would benefit you. We do offer packages to save you money.

For your convenience, we also offer a specially curated aftercare Lymphatic kit that includes supplements and more to support the ongoing care of your lymphatic system.



ALT is a non-invasive and painless therapeutic service that stimulates lymph flow and breaks up congestion in the lymphatic system. A Certified Lymphatic Therapist slowly passes two lymph drainage wands over your body, emitting vibration, light, and electrical waves to break down congested lymph. The buildup of waste and toxins can then be flushed out, bringing back the smooth flow of lymph fluid and a healthier You.

The glass probes contain inert gases Argon, Krypton, and Xenon. Our ALT unit is FDA Approved.

The ionization of these gases produces energy and ions, which penetrate the lymph system to break down protein and wastes.

This process contributes to detoxification and helps promote lymphatic drainage at the lymph nodes.
During the therapy, the therapist will glide the probes in line with the body’s natural lymphatic flow to promote the movement of lymph fluid toward lymph nodes for drainage.
The ALT machine operates at 10 levels: 0 to 9. The lower the level, the deeper the inert gases can penetrate, which allows congestion clearing in deeper parts of the body.

During the first session, the therapist will usually start around levels 5 – 9 to start clearing from the more superficial levels of the lymphatic system. Once the clearing of congestion occurs at this level, the therapist will move down to the next level in the following session.
There are 3 ways to tell when the lymph system is congested during your session:

  • Resistance when the probe moves along the skin surface
  • Lack of sound from the machine
  • Presence of a ‘detox’ almost metallic smell

  • When one or more of the above is present, the area is typically considered congested. The therapist will likely spend more time attempting to decongest the region, which usually coincides with the location of concern.


    Our bodies have 50% more Lymph than blood and tend to be the most underrated, nurtured, and misunderstood part of our circulatory system. However, the importance of the lymphatic system is becoming more apparent as it plays a critical role in supporting our immune system and fighting pathogens. Many health challenges can be caused or exacerbated by a compromised lymphatic system.

    The lymphatic system is a network of tissues and organs, including lymphatic vessels, Lymph, lymphatic tissue, the spleen, thymus, tonsils, and bone marrow. It works with the circulatory system, helping rid the body of toxins, waste, and other unwanted materials by transporting Lymph, a fluid containing infection-fighting white blood cells.

    In addition to removing waste, the lymphatic system plays a primary role in the immune system. It is a critical component of proper cellular nutrition by absorbing and transporting fatty acids from the digestive system. This is accomplished with a network of lymph nodes and collection vessels that act as a filtration and purification system.

    Unlike the blood circulatory system, the lymphatic system does not have a pump. Without assistance, Lymph is only moved with exercise (muscles moving), its own fluid pressure, and nerve pulsations.

    Toxins, environmental pollutants, scar tissue from surgery or injuries, tight-fitting garments, stress, and aging can compromise lymphatic flow. Those who exercise less, have more sedentary occupations, and are exposed to more chemicals may also have a more congested lymphatic system.

    In summary, the 4 main categories of functions of the lymphatic system are:

    Our lymphatic system is closely tied to detoxification and maintaining a healthy cellular environment. When there is congestion in the lymph system, cellular detox tends to decrease, leading to waste accumulation and less optimal nutritional absorption by cells; this impacts nutrition absorption from food and supplements.

    Over time, this can result in cell malnourishment and poor health. This phenomenon is like having a “clogged or congested sink” at the cellular level. Over time, the body becomes prone to sickness and disease as toxins accumulate and cells become less able to fight dis-eases.