cupping therapy

  CUPPING THERAPY USES     sports therapy -  gaining mass popularity among high level athletes, to both mitigate painful conditions and promote healing. cupping helps manage the aches/pains garnered in any rigorous training, mobilizes blood, releases lactic acid, & aids recovery.   promote healing and manage pain -  cupping improves local circulation to the areas it  is applied, in doing so increases blood metabolism and elimination in that area, the result is improvement to painful conditions.   lymphatic drainage -  promotes and manually pumps the lymphatic system, encouraging elimination and detoxification.   mobilize blood and tissue -  cupping creates far more blood profusion than other manual therapies; blood is spread through entire muscle bands in an action called 'moving-cupping' in which suctioned cups are moved alone entire muscle bands.   organ balancing -  cupping is based on tcm and incorporates use of meridian and acupuncture theory throughout in order to better bring the body into homeostasis / wellbeing.   common cold -  traditionally cupping has also been used to relieve symptoms associated with common cold such as achy tight traps/neck.

CUPPING THERAPY USES

sports therapy - gaining mass popularity among high level athletes, to both mitigate painful conditions and promote healing. cupping helps manage the aches/pains garnered in any rigorous training, mobilizes blood, releases lactic acid, & aids recovery.

promote healing and manage pain - cupping improves local circulation to the areas it  is applied, in doing so increases blood metabolism and elimination in that area, the result is improvement to painful conditions.

lymphatic drainage - promotes and manually pumps the lymphatic system, encouraging elimination and detoxification.

mobilize blood and tissue - cupping creates far more blood profusion than other manual therapies; blood is spread through entire muscle bands in an action called 'moving-cupping' in which suctioned cups are moved alone entire muscle bands.

organ balancing - cupping is based on tcm and incorporates use of meridian and acupuncture theory throughout in order to better bring the body into homeostasis / wellbeing.

common cold - traditionally cupping has also been used to relieve symptoms associated with common cold such as achy tight traps/neck.