Benefits of our Advanced Qi-Cupping therapy sessions.
Our Advanced Qi-Cupping facilitates the movement of Qi energy and blood systemically and locally.
Cupping therapy Pulls blood supply to the skin (think of it as a reversed deep tissue experience, yet even deeper and more healing to all of the systems within the body. ( we place the cups where needed and along the acupuncture meridian system, which makes our technique different than regular cupping therapies that are out there.)
Our advanced Qi Cupping therapy moves stagnation, drains fluids, breaks up and expels congestion, Relieves inflammation
Dispels wind, damp and cold to treat muscle and joint pain, stiffness and arthritis, Stretches muscles and connective tissues, Loosens adhesions and stubborn knots in the layers of the soft tissue. Nervous system sedation by using a pulling action that engages the parasympathetic nervous system.
This also allows a deep relaxation to move through the entire body.
Strengthens the immune system by promoting the flow of lymphatic fluid
Treats excess heat conditions, fever, stress, depression and anxiety.
our advanced Qi Cupping techniques also clean the blood and lymph helping to balance pH levels.
Used for low back, shoulders and leg pain, gastrointestinal disorders- stomachaches, vomiting, diarrhea and lung disease- cough, asthma and more.
Suction Cups create a vacuum and then placed on the area of the body. The vacuum created by the heat dispels dampness from the body, warms the qi and reduces swelling.
Medium, Strong, Massage available
Cupping may be applied to neck, shoulders, upper arms, back, sacral area, abdomen, hip, thigh and calves.
*****The Difference Between Bruising and Cupping Discoloration.
Bruising is caused by impact trauma with capillary breakage and a reactionary rush of fluids to the damaged location due to the tissue injury.
In correctly performed suction cup therapy, the temporary cupping discoloration that results, also known as “sha,” is NOT painful or due to a compression injury. Although the discoloration may appear as a ‘bruise,’ it evolves through a different mechanism.
Traditional Chinese Medicine regards the appearance of ***sha as an indication that toxins and stagnation are being pulled to the surface of the body, restoring healthy Qi and blood flow below ***.