Cupping massage therapy encourages your own body to restart the healing process. Through cupping, toxins and stagnant blood are removed; your immune system is left revitalised and your circulation cleanses.
Cupping massage therapy can help relieve back and neck pains, stiff muscles, anxiety, fatigue and migraines.
Disclaimer – Recovery time and results may vary from person to person.
Cupping Massage Therapy is highly effective to help relieve back and neck pains, stiff muscles, anxiety, fatigue and migraines.
Cupping therapy can also help clear congestion from a common cold and may help to relieve a person’s respiratory conditions including asthma.
Special glass cups are used and a flame is lit inside the cup to remove oxygen, before quickly placing the cup on the patient’s body.
This lack of oxygen creates the suction necessary for therapeutic benefit. Once the cup is in place, oil can be applied to the skin and the cups can be moved around an area of the body, or, they can be left stationary to target a specific acupoint or muscle. During a cupping procedure you should experience a warm, pulling, stretching sensation.
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Is it painful & are there any side effects?
Cupping massage therapy is safe and has no side effects whatsoever if done by a well qualified, trained & experienced practitioner.
How many sessions are needed?
Number of sessions entirely depends on the reason for treatment & varies from person to person again depending upon their medical history and severity of the disorder. We recommend a course of 12 over a 12 week period.
When is cupping not advised?
Cupping massage therapy is not advisable during pregnancy, during menses, patients recuperating from surgery, those who have pace maker, those who take blood thinner and other severe medical conditions.
Anyone famous had Cupping Massage Therapy?
Many professional athletes and sports celebrities have this treatment such as tennis player Andy Murray, swimmer Michael Phelps and other people in the spotlight such as actresses Jennifer Aniston and Gwyneth Paltrow, fashion designer Victoria Beckham, singer Jessica Simpson and actor David Arquette.