CUP MASSAGE is like an upside down massage – instead of applying pressure to the muscles, the pull in the cup uses pressure to pull the skin, tissue and muscle upwards. Cupping therapy can be performed using a variety of methods. All of these methods, however, share a common technique, which is to create a vacuum between the skin and the cup.

What is cupping therapy used for?

According to some, cupping therapy cures colds and arthritis. Wet cup therapy is also performed to remove toxins from the blood. The purpose of cup massage is to purify and accelerate blood circulation, relieve pain and remove toxins from the body.

What is cupping therapy used for?

According to some, cupping therapy cures colds and arthritis. Wet cup therapy is also performed to remove toxins from the blood. The purpose of cup massage is to purify and accelerate blood circulation, relieve pain and remove toxins from the body.

What is the process of cup massage?

During a cup massage, a silicone cup is placed on the skin and when the air is drawn out, a vacuum is created on the skin surface (the underlying tissue rises inside the cup). Usually you get a narrow feeling in the area where the cup is placed. Often this feeling is relaxing and soothing. Depending on your comfort, the cups can be moved around or left in one place. They can be on the body for shorter or longer periods. The most common area for cup massage is the spine, but the cups are equally effective on other parts of the body. In the presence of dead, static blood, lymph, cell debris, pathogenic factors in the body, a cup massage may leave marks on the skin, indicating that the disease has moved from deeper layers of the tissue to the surface of the skin. The cups can temporarily turn the skin red, purple or blue, especially when there is injury or stagnant energy under the area to be massaged. The skin discoloration is rarely painful but may last from a few days to a few weeks. If the skin is restored to its original condition, the procedure may be repeated until the condition or condition has been corrected. After the massage, you should drink plenty of fluids and rest.

Why choose cupping massage?

  • Chronic Muscle And Joint Diseases,
  • shoulder girdle and back pain,
  • tension headaches;
  • blood supply disorders,
  • accumulation of residues in the body;
  • retarded peristalsis;
  • transition ailments;
  • cellulite, stretch marks;
  • asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia (when the fever is lowered);
  • insomnia;
  • weakness of the immune system.

Contraindications to cupping massage:

  • severe heart, kidney, liver and lung disease,
  • cancer;
  • blood clotting disorders;
  • acute inflammation,
  • open wounds;
  • artificial joint;
  • infectious diseases;
  • varicose veins and inflammation;
  • various skin problems: psoriasis, erysipelas, allergic rash, birthmarks above the skin surface; less than 1 month after the operation;
  • pregnancy (not recommended for stomach and lower back).
  • In all chronic and acute conditions, and after surgery, a doctor should be consulted.