The cupping massage is one of the most pleasant types of massage ever. It is a proven centuries-old cure for detoxification and relaxation and natural pain relief.
The cupping massage can help against many ailments.
During the cupping massage, the skin is oiled and massaged with the help of suction cups. This has a releases tense or jammed body zones. In addition, it stimulates the circulation and lymphatic flow, which has an effective support on the connective tissue in the detoxification process.
Effect of a cupping massage
The principle is derived from naturopathic cupping therapy. By moving the glasses over the body, the blood vessels are dilated, resulting in better blood circulation. Even endorphins are released by the cupping massage. The effect can be so strong that at the cupping points bruises develop due to blood leakage into the tissue. The treatment is never painful, but is described as extremely pleasant.
In addition to the blood circulation-promoting effect, the cupping massage is also dedicated to the human energy lines. The so-called meridians are also the focus of treatment for other types of massage such as acupressure, Thai massage and Ayurvedic massage. The idea behind this is that special energy points on the skin are connected to the energy pathways and thus can reflect internal organs. Activating the energy points (in this case by means of cupping) activates the function of the organ connected to the energy point. The cupping massage is dedicated to the entire body and organism.
What can be treated
- PAIN IN THE MOTION APPARATUS: Tension in back / neck / shoulder, impingement (shoulder) or frozen shoulder, tennis elbow / arm, muscle and ligament injuries, hematoma (blue spots), sciatica, lumbago, sciatica, lumbago, scoliosis, pain points, muscle knots (so-called. Myogelosis), etc. - OTHER PAIN AREAS: Headache, migraine, trigeminal neuralgia, gallbladder complaints
- WOMEN'S HEALTH / GYNECOLOGICAL PROBLEMS: Menstrual problems, endometriosis etc.
- CELLULITE Cellulite is the medically correct term for the phenomenon "orange peel", often mistakenly called "cellulite". The term "-itis" always describes an inflammatory disease in medicine. Cellulite is a fat storage and has nothing to do with inflammation. On the thighs, buttocks, abdomen and upper arms, cellulite is successfully treated with the cupping massage. Well-dosed massage glasses with an extra wide rim are used so that the treatment is pleasant and the skin remains aesthetically pleasing. In the best case, the treated body parts get a fresh pink, with intensive treatment they become moderately red. These are direct signs of increased blood flow, which tightens the skin and stimulates the lymphatic system to carry off more fluid and debris.