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Cupping Therapy/Massage

Dry Cupping is another service we offer and cupping can be performed anywhere on the body. The skin is the body's largest organ, reflecting imbalances. It stands to reason that therefore That therapies which target the skin reap great rewards. 

You can opt for a cupping treatment on it's own, a cupping massage treatment or combine it with one of the other therapies. You pay no extra for this, your treatment will be balanced out of the time slot you have purchased.


Cupping is one of the oldest known treatment for multiple illness. Throughout history, cupping techniques and styles have often resembled the geographic locations they were practiced in, as well as utilising a region’s local materials: animal horns, bamboo, ceramic, glass, metal, and plastic have all been used in this practice found in Ancient Egyptian, Chinese, Unani, Korean, Tibetan, and Latin American cultures, all of which have served the purpose of supporting the body’s ability to heal itself. In North Africa, cupping therapy was first documented on Eber’s papyrus (1550 BCE), where a cup is the Egyptian glyph to reference a physician. In Asia, during the Jin dynasty, Ge Hong (281-341 CE) mentions the use of animal horns as a means of draining fluids from the body.


  1. Cupping helps to reduce pain and inflammation.[17]

  2. Improves blood flow.

  3. Used for relaxation, well being and deep tissue massage.

  4. It is safe, non invasive and inexpensive treatment.[16]

  5. Rejuvenation of body organs.

  6. Facilitates healing process and strengthens immune system.

  7. Used to treat:

    • Blood disorders such as anemia and haemophilia

    • Rheumatic diseases such as arthritis and fibromyalgia

    • Gynaecological disorders

    • Skin problems: eczema and acne[18]

    • High blood pressure

    • Migraines, Anxiety and depression

    • Varicose veins