- 1 hr1 hour
- 45 British pounds£45
- Station Road
Cupping is an ancient Chinese method of flooding blood to a localised area on the body. Cupping is often compared to a massage where instead of depressing the area, the area is vacuumed into the cup, lifting the tissue and drawing blood to stimulate that area. Cupping can be used to massage or as point specific Dry Cupping and Wet Cupping, also known as Hijama. Hijama enables the old, dense, congealed blood to be surgically drawn, clearing toxins, enabling greater circulation and promoting production of fresh blood cells. Cupping can be used for stimulating the body, boosting collagen in the skin, flushing the lymphatic system, boosting the immune system as well as be used for rejuvenation and recovery.
Station Road, Birmingham B27 6DN, UK