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Professional massage from the comfort of your home.

Avoid the traffic and crowds by letting us bring the spa to you! Live the experience with excellence.

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Manual lymph drainage

Manual Lymph Drainage (MLD), is a light, skin stretching massage that helps promote the movement of lymphatic fluid out of the swollen area. After liposuction procedure there is an increase of inflammation due to the normal process of healing. MLD is a unique technique to remove the fluid that your body produces and some of the fluid that’s lefts behind from the liposuction. The therapist will express the fluid from your abdomen, back, and sides to get rid of the excess fluid underneath the skin, allowing it to stick down to the muscle, softening the skin and preventing fibrotic tissue formation.

Deep tissue massage

The most obvious and immediate benefit of a deep tissue massage is pain relief. As the skin is massaged, it slows the activity of inflammatory cytokines, which contribute to pain and inflammation. Additionally, massage helps increase the proteins that signal the muscles to produce more mitochondria, which helps muscles recover from injury and activity. In addition lubricant stimulation, this type of massage can also help with “lactate clearance, delayed onset of muscle soreness (DOMS), muscle fatigue…and injury prevention and treatment,” which is why it is so popular with athletes High levels of stress cause the body to produce excess cortisol, which can lead to various health problems. Fortunately, deep tissue massage has been proven to lower levels of cortisol and increase levels of serotonin and oxytocin, hormones that are responsible for overall happiness, trust and relationship building. Read more on how massage can help your mental health here. Whether you’re an athlete recovering from an injury, an employee with back pain or an overworked mom, there are a plethora of deep tissue massage benefits that can help you get back to living a more balanced life.

Chair corporate massage

Chair Massage is performed in a specially designed chair with your clothes on. It is excellent for relaxation and more, depending on the technique(s) used by your massage therapist. Monthly, biweekly, or weekly executive and employee massages, employee appreciation day, corporate conferences and retreats, office parties, etc.

In Home

Massage oil or cream is used with smooth, gliding strokes. Swedish massage uses firm but gentle pressure to promote relaxation, ease muscle tension and create other health benefits. It is a classic massage that will ease your stress and allow you to slip into a calm state of relaxation. Enjoy the full 60/90/120 minutes of your session from the comfort and safety of your home.

About Us


Sanalife is owned and operated by massage therapists. Our combined experience over 5 years providing in-home massage, and corporate chair massage allows us to provide the highest quality service and client experience available in the industry.

We specialize in Manual Lymphatic Drainage using The Vodder Technique. Our MLD certified specialist provide after cosmetic surgery drainage with a very high quality massage service at affordable prices.

We understand the importance of both mental and physical health in the fast-paced and stressful world we live in, and take pride in our ability to tailor each treatment to your body’s unique needs.

Our team of therapist deliver professional massages at specials events, and offer corporate packages for clients on Miami, FL.

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Our Team

The most qualified and talented individuals

CEO and Founder

Victor F. Martin

CEO and Founder

VP & Manual Lymph Drainage Certified Specialist

Rebeca Alvarez

VP & Manual Lymph Drainage Certified Specialist

Sales Manager

Janet F. Martin

Sales Manager


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Muchas gracias Rebeca!!!...Si no hubiera sido por tus masajes hoy no estuviera tan bien como me siento, haces la diferencia entre muchos que están haciendo este trabajo......Te adoro!!!....te doy 100% de recomendacion a todas las personas que me preguntan!!!....
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Alex Smith
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Thank you guys, I feel so relax!!!!!!

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Frequently asked question

All service providers and clients are required to wear a mask or facial covering the entire time they are in our location, and for the entire duration of the in-home or corporate chair massage service. The masks and facial coverings must be secured and worn properly over the nose and mouth. We truly appreciate your cooperation!
All surfaces including, but not limited to, equipment, tools, door handles, light switches, tables, etc. are cleaned and sanitized after every client with hospital-grade cleaners. Sheets and face cradle covers are changed and sterilized when they are washed, and are continuing to be replaced after every client. Dirty linens are kept in covered laundry baskets with washable liners, and clean linens are kept in closed cabinetry. The floors of our location are steam-cleaned and sterilized with hospital-grade cleaners, as well.
All service providers must wash their hands for at least 30 seconds with soap and warm water before and after each service. Hand sanitizer and hand soap are provided in our location, and hand sanitizer is available for in-home and corporate chair massage appointments. We respectfully ask our clients to sanitize or wash their hands prior to receiving treatment, in order to reduce the spread of germs and to help keep you and our providers safe!
Lymphatic drainage, because it works in a deeper way, and moves the lymphatic system more quickly and helps drain toxins and fats.
Whenever you require it, especially if it is relaxation. If it is lymphatic or reductive type, it is recommended to take it every other day or once a week.
It all depends, what I suggest is that you speak with a specialist doctor and that way he will define if you see a massage therapist, a chiropractor or another specialist.
Above all, that he is a qualified person, that is easy to verify with diplomas and when he explains the techniques that he is going to use.
As for the place, it must be a quiet place, with the ease of being able to control the lighting at medium intensity. Diffusers can be used for aromatherapy, candles or music. There are people who make them in conventional beds, but that is not recommended since they do not have the necessary support. However, both on the floor and on a massage bed, it is okay to give a massage.
Above all, that he is a qualified person, that is easy to verify with diplomas and when he explains the techniques that he is going to use.
You do not have to wait until you are sick and not be able to move to go to a therapist to receive a massage. This is one of the big mistakes people make: ignoring those little discomforts that are mild at first but worsen over time, then going to treat them. More than 80% of the musculoskeletal discomfort that we suffer on a daily basis in our day to day is eliminated after a few massage sessions. We must remove that idea that we go to the masseur when we can no longer do it. It is a serious mistake and can have negative consequences for our health. But in addition to this, you have to know that a massage can be received without discomfort or pain, for the mere pleasure of relaxing and feeling much better than we find ourselves. They help us to sleep better, to be better and to something very important, to prevent future ailments.
People with a history of Thrombosis or Phlebitis should not receive massage because blood clots can cause complications. Severe wounds or surgical areas should not be handled directly until consultation with a physician. If you have an acute contagious illness, skin rashes or infections, fever, hypertension, or a recent heart attack, massage is contraindicated. People with cancer who are undergoing radiation and / or chemotherapy should not receive massage without first consulting with their doctor. It is very important that the therapist is informed of any health problems or medications that are being taken. If you are undergoing medical treatment, a written recommendation or approval by the physician is required prior to receiving each massage session. Therapeutic massage does not replace the supervision or medical treatments, what it does is help to increase the benefits of said medical treatments.
Many massage techniques have to be done without some garments, basically because you have to distribute oil over the body surface and with clothes it is impossible. It is true that sometimes there are techniques that do not require removing the clothes, so we will let the client know at all times. The right thing and the right thing to do is to leave your underwear on and remove the clothing that covers the area to be treated. And if you have finished treating one area and are going to move on to another, it is recommended to cover the area with a towel or sheet. The last thing you want is to make the person receiving the massage uncomfortable. You should not be present when the client is changing, since you must keep your privacy at all times.
It shouldn’t hurt, but tense muscles may be tender to the touch. Relax your body and remember to breathe. Tell the therapist if you feel any discomfort or pain during the massage. And also let him know if a specific area is uncomfortable, for example being ticklish or discomforting. You should be comfortable with the pressure the therapist is putting on your body, letting you know if you want more or less pressure if necessary. You may feel a little sore for a day or two after the massage. It should be like the pain you feel after exercising for the first time in a long time.

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