Cupping Birmingham

Cupping Birmingham
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Cupping in Birmingham

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Cupping in Birmingham

Looking for Cupping in Birmingham? Wellbeing Treatment offers a professional Cupping therapy service in a tranquil environment. Situated in the beautiful Branston Court development in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter our treatment room is welcoming and relaxing. Your therapist Mannie puts all her clients at ease. She takes the time to understand your requirements. Having treated 100s’ of clients you can be sure you’re receiving the best cupping therapy – you’re in safe hands.

 

Effects and Benefits of Cupping Therapy

  • Reduces Inflammation
  • Relaxes tight muscles (particularly back, neck and shoulder pain)
  • Relieves tension in the body
  • Helps with digestive problems
  • Eases discomfort of coughs and colds
  • Moves “stagnant” blood and Qi energy
  • Improves blood and lymphatic circulation
  • Loosens areas of restriction
  • Relieves stiff joints
  • Relieves aching muscles
  • Promotes the flow of fresh oxygenated nutrient rich blood to target areas
  • Deep tissue work without the discomfort

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What happens during a Cupping therapy treatment?

The area to be treated is first massaged with oil. A flame is inserted in glass cups. This creates a vacuum. The cups are placed on the body and the vacuum creates suction that pulls up the tissues underneath.

Cups are rapidly removed and replaced, moved along the body in a gliding motion or left stationary for 5 – 20 minutes.

Cupping therapy can leave bruise like marks lasting a few hours to a few days. The temporary marks are not actual bruises neither are they painful. They cause no permanent scarring or change to skin pigmentation.

Who can have Cupping Therapy?

Prior to your Cupping treatment we will have a consultation with you. This will help us ensure the therapy is suitable for you.  In some circumstances Cupping Therapy is not appropriate. For example, if you are on  blood thinning medication, have peripheral neuropathy, easily inflamed skin, etc.