Cupping

Cupping is a therapy in which suction is used on the skin surface.

This causes the tissues to release toxins, activates the lymphatic system, smooths the appearance of cellulite, plus many other benefits.

During a cupping session, the air inside the cup is briefly heated. The cup is then placed rim-side-down against the skin, on a specific point or area where stagnation of blood or lymph may occur. As the air inside the cup cools, it creates a suction, gently pulling the soft tissues slightly into the cup. The cup may remain in one spot to draw blood to that area, or it may be moved along the oiled skin to increase blood circulation through a greater region. This increased blood supply to the local muscles and skin bring nourishment and stimulate the circulatory and lymphatic systems to carry away stagnation and toxins.

All of this is done in a gentle manner that does not irritate or inflame the tissues or muscles of the body; cupping actually draws out inflammation.

cupping

Cupping allows the tissues to release toxins, activates the lymphatic system, smooths the appearance of cellulite, plus many other benefits.

Cupping can help alleviate…

Colds

Sciatica

Anxiety

Fatigue

Headaches

Low back pain

Menstrual irregularities

GI disorders

Muscle weakness

High blood pressure

cupping

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Massage

Massage

Massage therapy is the manipulation of skin, muscles, tendons, and ligaments with the goal of helping the body to heal itself.

Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic

Manual Lymphatic Drainage, or MLD, is a gentle technique used to promote lymphatic drainage.

Cupping

Cupping

Cupping is a therapy in which suction is used on the skin surface.

Reflexology

Reflexology

Reflexology is the application of pressure to certain areas of the foot which correspond to specific parts of the body.

CranioSacral Therapy

CranioSacral

CranioSacral Therapy is a noninvasive technique that helps detect and correct an imbalance within the rhythm of movement between the cranium and the sacrum.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Acupuncture involves placing single-use stainless steel needles beneath the skin to stimulate the body’s 14 major meridians, or energy carrying channels, which connect to every organ of the body.

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