Cupping therapy dates back to ancient Egyptian, Chinese, and Middle Eastern cultures and is used to stimulate the metabolism. It helps with blood circulation and oxygenation in the treated area, as well as enhances the general sense of well-being.
People get it for many purposes, including to help with pain, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.
After cupping therapy, in some cases, a brown or red mark might be left where the cup was placed. This is perfectly normal and will gradually fade with a few days.
Cupping has numerous benefits — it can help remove toxins from the body and stimulate the flow of fresh blood, lymph, and Qi to the affected area and throughout the body. It often works wonders for patients with the flu, colds, coughs, back and muscle pain, poor circulation, anxiety, allergies, fevers, aches.
Massage Cupping has also been used for weight loss and cellulite reduction.
Many athletes use cupping as it's said to majorly speed up muscle recovery time, increase flexibility and create better circulation in the body.
Chinese Cupping Therapy is often used in conjunction with acupuncture and acupressure and would be used as part of a treatment plan if required.
Individual cupping session are also available:
£30 (up to 30 minutes)