Good morning lovely people – happy Friyay (It’s Friday here in Sydney, Australia)

I am sitting at my work desk, just had my morning oats w/ blueberries, strawberries & banana πŸ™‚IMG_7518

Last night, I went & got my nails done (I get shellac put on them every 2 weeks) I enjoy getting my nails done, gives me that little time to zone out & get pampered πŸ™‚

After I got my nails done, I went to get my 3rd session if cupping therapy done.

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Cupping therapy is a Chinese medicine, that I find is very beneficial for myself. (However, each to their own)

Cupping therapy works to remove the toxins, impurities, dead cells and lymph, and other debris from the body. It can also eliminate disease-causing pathogens. As blood circulation in the body improves, the cells receive a fresh infusion of blood that is rich with oxygen and nutrients. The injuries and muscle knots in the cells heal and as the chemicals and pollutants are removed from the body by natural processes, the patient feels the depression fading away.

Cupping can alleviate pain by healing the inflammations in the body caused by injuries and infections. Inflammation is typically noticed when there is stagnant blood in a particular area of the body and cupping can cause the draining away of stagnant blood and impurities. It can relax the patient and even those complaining of insomnia are likely to fall into a deep sleep during the session.

Thus, cupping when performed by an expert, certified practitioner can help relieve symptoms of depression and anxiety and restore health, happiness, and wellness.

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I have to admit, last night was the worst session I’ve ever experienced, I was in a lot of pain before, during & even after.

I feel that this really works for me bc I am a very anxious person I tend to be VERY tensed, I sit at a desk all day for 8-9 hours so I have a very tensed neck, I workout my back & shoulders a lot at the gym so I hold a lot of tension due to that too.

I am happy that I’ve been introduced to the Cupping Therapy, I find that it works for me.

My question to you: Have you ever tried it?

Wherever you are in the world, have a lovely day?

A, x (1)

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37 Comments

  1. Reblogged this on Mayet's World and commented:
    Cupping is not as primitive of a treatment as people tend to think. It’s a tried and tested method of treatment from ancient and it actually works. I’ve seen many changes in my occur from the time I commenced Cupping therapy. Happy healing πŸ™‚

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  2. I actually have a set of silicone cups for that purpose. Massage therapist here and I tend to incorporate them into sessions mainly to release the skin tension from the muscles. But yes they do a great job to releasing tension, removing toxins, and stimulating the lymphatic system. Love this post!

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      1. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Silicone-Anti-Cellulite-Massage-Vacuum-Therapy-Body-Facial-Cups-Cupping-1pc-/192198818793?var=&hash=item2cbff13be9

        My lymphatic drainage instructor showed us the above site. Their prices are in Canadian but it converts it to whatever currency you use. They’re fairly cheap in price but very durable and high quality! I bought 5 at a time! They also work with a little oil by gliding them over stretch marks, cellulite, and scars and it will smooth those out! (You squeeze them, place them on your body, and let go…they will create a suction which you can either keep in one spot or glide over areas, then just squeeze them again to release the suction when you’re done!)

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