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Cupping

Cupping- cupping therapy is one of the most commonly used techniques in Chinese medicine. It is a term used to describe treatments that are performed with the use of various types of bubbles as tools in which a vacuum is generated using fire. Cups are placed directly on the skin to break the local stagnation or remove pathogens. This ancient form of therapy is primarily intended to improve the overall condition of the body. Cupping is often used to eliminate increased muscle tension and trigger points. The purple reaction on the skin after the treatment is a signal to the body that it should produce more antibodies, so the immune system is activated.

Effects:

  • improvement of blood and lymph circulation

  • oxygenation of the body

  • activation of the immune system

  • agitation of stagnation in the body

  • relaxation of tense muscles

Contraindications for the procedure:

  • high temperature (above 38.5 C)

  • blood coagulation disorders

  • a patient undergoing chemotherapy

  • autoimmune diseases

Cupping + Foot reflexology 90'                       200 PLN

Cupping + Moxa 60'                                          150 PLN

Cupping + conching ears 60'                           150 PLN