Discover the Ancient Art of Cupping Therapy
What is Cupping Therapy?
Cupping therapy is a holistic healing technique with deep roots in ancient Chinese and West Asian traditions. It involves the placement of specialized cups on various parts of the body to promote therapeutic effects.
How Does It Work?
The therapy functions by creating a vacuum inside these cups. This action stimulates blood circulation, targets deep tissues, and facilitates the body’s innate healing processes.
- Pain relief, especially for conditions like back pain, neck pain, and headaches.
- Relaxation and reduction of muscle tension, similar to the effects of a massage.
- Improved blood circulation, nourishing the skin and muscles.
- Stimulation of the lymphatic system, aiding in detoxification.
- Potential relief for respiratory issues such as asthma.
- Possible benefits for skin conditions including acne.
- Aid for digestive disturbances including stomach pain.
- Anti-inflammatory effects from enhanced blood flow.
- Reduction of scar tissue, enhancing skin and muscle flexibility.
- Possible immune system boost through improved blood flow and detoxification.
Experience the myriad benefits of cupping therapy.
The Cupping Experience
During a standard session, typically lasting around 30 minutes, cups are strategically placed on specific points of the body. Initially, there might be a sensation of tightness where the cup is applied, but within about 5 minutes, most individuals experience a release of tension as the therapeutic effects of the cupping process kick in.
Depending on individual needs, cupping can be combined with other techniques like Acupuncture and Massage, offering an all-encompassing therapeutic journey. We proudly offer this as a combined service.
Cupping Therapy Pricing:
- 30-minute session: Price: €40
- 10-15 minutes session: Price: €30
- Combo Cupping, Massage & Acupuncture (90 minutes): Price: €100
Following a cupping session, you will notice round, red marks on the skin. These signify detoxification and increased blood flow. Although they resemble bruises, and large circles, these marks don’t result from muscle fiber injuries and typically fade within one to two weeks, as seen in this image .