Cupping is the term applied to a technique that uses small glass cups or bamboo jars as suction devices that are placed on the skin. There are several ways that a practitioner can create the suction in the cups. One method involves swabbing rubbing alcohol onto the bottom of the cup, then lightin...Læs mere
Gua sha is a healing technique of traditional East Asian medicine. Sometimes called ‘coining, spooning or scraping'. Raising sha removes blood stagnation considered pathogenic in traditional East Asian medicine. Modern research shows the transitory therapeutic petechiae produce an anti-i...
The Most Effective Graston Acupuncture Therapy Treatment
A technique that offers you its benefits in an instant as you will immediately be relieved from muscle pain, headaches and chronic back, shoulder or neck pain. By activating trigger points, the gua sha boards can work some magic and ease di...
Gua Sha is a technique that releases stagnant blood from muscles and also is employed to help expel a cold in its early stages. The no-needle therapy is often used to relieve tension or pain in the muscles. It is particularly helpful for neck and shoulder aches, migraines and stress headaches. Re...Læs mere
Guasha is a modality of traditional Chinese medicine in which oil is applied to the skin and a round-edged tool, such as a Chinese soup spoon is used to stroke the skin until reddish or purplish petichae (also known as “sha) are raised. The “sha” are a sign of blood stasis, or poor circulation. Guasha works by moving stuck blood through the blood vessels. Relief is almost immediate, and the marks fade within 2-5 days. This invigorating treatment is usually performed on the neck, shoulders and upper back.