Cupping & Gua Sha

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Houston Cupping and Gua Sha Treatment Benefits

Houston Cupping and Gua Sha Treatment Benefits

Cupping and Gua Sha are used to increase the effectiveness of many treatments. Cupping and Gua Sha also detoxify the body and improve circulation. Additionally, Cupping and Gua Sha are used to soothe muscles and tendons by removing lactic acid and boosting circulation in a way traditional massage can’t, which makes this treatment extremely popular with athletes, including Michael Phelps, who put cupping in the news during the 2016 Olympics.

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Supporting the 5 Pillars of Health

Cupping and Gua Sha are extremely useful in jump-starting your body’s detoxification response, improving nutrition and digestion, and amplifying the quality of your exercise, which enables you to build strength and flexibility. When used in conjunction with other services, Cupping and Gua Sha advance all Five Pillars by improving brain health and boosting circulation.

What treatments use Cupping and Gua Sha?

Cupping and Gua Sha help get things moving and increase the effectiveness of other treatments. Cupping and Gua Sha work when a practitioner takes a tool, made of bone or jade, to scrape the skin, which releases heat and breaks the capillaries for therapeutic purposes. This procedure helps the body flush toxins and eliminates barriers to other aspects of recovery. We use Cupping in our nutrition treatments, which might be less effective without it. Specifically, Cupping improves gut circulation and digestion. Additionally, Cupping and Gua Sha work to improve your internal health by increasing integrated function and alleviating congestion in the nervous system, both of which help your body better communicate with your brain.

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