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What is Cupping?

Cupping is a therapy that stimulates the flow of blood and qi and removes blockages within the meridians. By producing a vacuum inside of the cup. The skin’s pores are opened and the local blood supply to the skin and muscles is increased, enhancing nourishment to the local area releasing tension in areas of muscle rigidity.

How does Cupping work?

Cupping improves the circulation of blood within and around muscles and joints, allowing the removal of congested blood, and excessive fluid via the lymphatic system. 
Through cupping toxins are removed allowing new blood to go into area of congestion. 
Cupping stretches soft tissue allowing for increased flexibility and range of motion in contracted areas of the body.

What happens during Cupping?

In cupping therapy there are various techniques, running, stationary and rapid cupping. Cupping can be used all over the body. 
Running cupping is used with oil on the back allowing the cup to glide over the skin. The feeling is like a deep massage.
Static cupping is applied onto the skin without manipulation. Commonly used on or around areas of pain, releasing tension and allowing an increase in range of movement. 
Rapid cupping is the continual applying and reapplying of the cup in the same area used as a strong technique loosening tense muscle.
During the treatment a warm sensation will be felt the skin will turn red as the blood circulation is increased. After treatment the patient may feel relaxed and energized, with a feeling of lightness and increased flexibility in the area of cupping. Skin complexion can improve and seem smoother and the appearance of cellulite can be reduced.


What can Cupping be used for?

Cupping can used for a variety of conditions

Pain – musculoskeletal pain, sports injuries, chronic pain and aches. 
Respiratory conditions – cough, chronic bronchitis, common cold and reduces fever.
Stress, anxiety, tiredness, insomnia.


Are there any risks in cupping?

Cupping is completely safe when performed by a trained practitioner. Adverse reactions are rare. Cupping will leave a dull mark if static or rapid cupping is used and normally disappear within a week. Running cupping does not leave cupping marks.




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