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Dry cupping is a complementary healing modality rooted in traditional Chinese medicine. Proponents of this modality say cupping can treat pain and restore order in the body by unblocking disturbances in the circulation, energy channels and pathways of the body.
Includes: acupressure, reflexology & all essential points ( 20 cups ) $85
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This service includes wet cupping or hijama for the entire body. Up to 10 cups will be used during the session. Customer will be provided with a loose gown to wear at the wellness center.
The benefits of cupping include local pain relief and muscle relaxation. Cupping improves overall health by removing the energy blockages that TCM practitioners identify as barriers to the flow of healthy energy or qi. For athletes, cupping may help increase blood flow to a particular muscle region or help reduce pain.
The Prophet ﷺ said, “There is a remedy for every disease and when the remedy is applied to the disease it is cured with the permission of Allah the Exalted.” (Recorded by Muslim.)
Duration: 60 min
Yes! It’s SAFE!
Hijamah Therapy with the help of disposable plastic cups and suction brings up toxins and stagnated blood from underlying tissue, interstitial fluid and capillary beds to the surface of the skin, where the biochemical waste comes out through the superficial incisions of the epidermis and dermis. Hijama induces a better local blood flow (hyperemia), a better blood flow generates heat, and heat removes tension.
When Michael Phelps showed up to the 2016 Olympics covered in large purple dots, he raised a lot of eyebrows. Were they the result of a bar fight? Some kind of alternative medicine? Four years later, just about everyone knows what those purple dots result from: Cupping, an ancient Chinese practice that has made its way into the mainstream thanks to visible devotees like Phelps, NBA star Draymond Green, and the U.S. women’s gymnastics team.
But make no mistake — cupping isn’t just a new fad. “Humanity has utilized these cupping modalities for thousands of years throughout history, trend or not,” says Jason Miller, former bodywork therapist for USA Track and Field and current educator for the International Cupping Therapy Association.
In cupping, certified practitioners place specialized glass or plastic cups on the skin. Using either heat (on glass) or an air pump (plastic), suction is created within the cup for 10 to 30 minutes, pulling the skin slightly up and away from the underlying muscles. Blood then circulates into the area under the cup, which can aid in muscle health and functionality, clearing out pathogens, and boosting the immune response.
For athletes, cupping can yield a lot of benefits. “Cupping therapy is exceptionally beneficial for athletic conditioning and rehabilitation,” says Miller. “The negative pressure draws the tissue up into the cup, opening up the body, lifting tissue, and releasing tension in the structures of the body without the discomfort of force or compression.” In other words, cupping is a lot like a reverse massage — instead of pressing down, the structures of the body are lifted up.
This therapy is said to provide relief to athletes experiencing various sport-related injuries; particularly IT Band syndrome, plantar fasciitis, shin splints, sciatica, and frozen shoulder.
Soothing cupping massage that promotes blood flow and relaxes muscles. Followed by dry cupping therapy – to relief jammed nerves and sharp muscle pain in concerned areas. This procedure takes almost 1.30 hours.
The study proved cupping to be a good analgesic and anti-inflammatory with efficacy better than acetaminophen. Thus, cupping can be recommended for other painful conditions besides being a line of treatment for osteoarthritis. Cupping superimposes acute inflammation on chronic inflammation.
Hijama cupping for the entire body can make a significant difference in your health condition. Most of the people who never get it done are those who fear the procedure and think it will hurt a lot. Rest assured that slight incisions are completely harmless and painless when done by a professional. They don’t leave any mark on your body like a deep cut does.
The Prophet (ﷺ) said): “Healing is in three things: A gulp of honey, cupping, and branding with fire (cauterizing).” But I forbid my followers to use (cauterization) branding with fire.” [Bukhari]
Duration: 60 min
The present case study reveals that oil cupping massage therapy is very effective in the management of frozen shoulder. Research results show that cupping therapy has promising results in pain control, restoration of ROM, and improvement of quality of life and minimizes the potential risks of treatment
Cupping is like a reverse massage, using suction rather than pressure to relax the muscles. The heat and suction also work to bring fresh blood to a pain area and release blockages there. It is useful for back, neck and shoulder pain, and sciatica.
Drink lots of water to help detox your body and remove any unwanted toxins (6-8 cups per day thereafter). Avoid eating meat and dairy for 24hours, this will help with healing processes.
The best and most beneficial days to have Cupping performed, also commonly known as the ‘Sunnah Days’ are the 17th, 19th or 21st of the Lunar calendar.
Cupping massage done up to knees; for planter fasciitis, corn leg pain etc
This service is for female only
for sinusitis, acne & rejuvenate the skin
Does cupping help cellulite?
The researchers found that dry-moving cupping therapy applied 10 times on each thigh for 5 weeks effectively decreased the grade of cellulite.
Therapy cost: $75
Give it a try Magnetic Cupping Therapy raises energy levels, helps with depression, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Insomnia, Inflammations, Back pain and foot pain, wounds from life or surgery.
What kind of toxins are released during cupping?
Blood vessels in the treated areas by cupping are dilated by release of vasodilators such as adenosine, noradrenaline, and histamine, which lead to increased blood circulation.
Therapy cost: $60
Sciatica cupping therapy: extensive cupping from the point of origin of pain ( lower back ) to knees.
Does cupping help sciatica?
Relieving sciatic pain through cupping and acupuncture
Cupping, needles, and acupuncture may all be used to create suction or vibration to assist the body in detoxifying and healing itself. Cupping and acupuncture therapy increase blood flow, relieve pressure on the sciatic nerve, and relax your muscles.
Therapy cost: $115
What does cupping your stomach do?
Gentle cupping over the abdomen also stimulates the insides of your digestive organs. It aids in peristalsis (contractions that push food through your digestive tract), helps clear colon blockages, encourages blood and body-fluid to move through your organs, and helps relieve indigestion.
Therapy cost: $55
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