Asked by Kat-rin more than 1 year ago
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andys more than 1 year ago
Have tried cupping great for certain conditions feels like a deep tissue massage does not hurt quite relaxing and the cup marks are not painful felt great afterwards.
FloratherapyDRC more than 1 year ago
We also offer cupping, it is effective for pain, mobility, and fever issues.
laura-d more than 1 year ago
I tried cupping a few years ago after a motorbike accident. It's really not painful and helped my muscles recover from the damage. I bruise like a peach normally anyway and had a few perfectly circle bruises for a week or so. It actually quite relaxing and feels like a massage. Definitely worth giving it a go if you suffer with a bad back or knotty muscles
AestheticPractitioner more than 1 year ago
Dependant on the condition to be treated. more info and perhaps I can answer more fully
healthandharmony more than 1 year ago
Cupping is fantastic it helps with releasing the toxins from your body. Giving a significant amount of release/relief.
Our Ayurveda and Acupuncture specialist also does cupping at our Stanmore Clinic, Middlesex.
For more information or to book an appointment please get in touch.
SuzanneWaterworth more than 1 year ago
Hi Kat-rin, I have tried it and I offer it. It is wonderful for providing a deep massage, whilst detoxing the skin. It is usually done on the back and can be done on the legs as well. It feels amazing afterwards!!
There are no harmful side effects, but you can get mild bruising which usually fades in a couple of days. Now is the time to get it, before bikini season!!
Please get in touch if you would like to try it:
harbirsingh more than 1 year ago
There is an evidence base for cupping techniques for certain conditions, please see link http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6882/10/70
If you have one of these conditions cupping may benefit you but contact providers to find out experience and qualifications