Cupping therapy is a very popular treatment today but it is not a new one. The practice of Ancient Chinese cupping therapy dates back to over 5,000 years ago and was used in many Eastern European countries to promote natural healing as well. Cupping stimulates blood circulation in any area of concern, unblocking energy channels and breaking down fat cells as well. Medical professionals use it for many purposes, such as to relieve pain and inflammation, and estheticians mostly use to provide deep-tissue massages. In addition, it is used for lymphatic drainage after slimming treatments. In recent years cupping, has been growing in popularity, especially among celebrities. It is commonly used to:
Flush excess water out of the body
Relax tight muscles
Cupping helps restore the energy that the body needs to shift fat cells. This traditional Chinese medicine treatment is designed to promote faster weight loss as long as you maintain a healthy diet and regular exercise. It is also an excellent method for encouraging the lymphatic system to remove toxins and excess water from the body.
Cupping therapy promotes weight loss and full-body toning by stimulating acupoints and running them along lymphatic lines. Three different size massage rollers are used for body contouring. The suction and negative pressure provided by cupping can loosen muscles, encourage blood flow, and inhibit the nervous system.