Cupping Therapy – Markings Explained

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Our Certified Cupping therapist explains: Cupping can be used on the neck, shoulders, back, sacral area, hip, abdomen, thigh, upper arms, calves, and in some cases even the forehead or the soles of the feet, depending on the condition. The sensation of cupping is often characterized as deeply warm and relaxing which is created by the increase in circulation in the cupped area. Many people find it incredibly relaxing. It releases rigid soft tissue and stubborn knots. Contracted, tense and painful muscle tissue will soften quickly with just a few minutes of cupping. A Better Way Massage and Acupuncture, Ferndale, WA – 360-366-4216

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