GUA SHA, Cupping, IASTM, or Graston?
Gua sha, IASTM, cupping and Graston technique are all manual therapy techniques used to treat musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. While they have some similarities in terms of their goals and application, there are also some key differences between them.
Gua sha is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that involves scraping the skin with a smooth-edged tool to release tension and promote healing. The tool used in gua sha can be made of a variety of materials, includin…
3 ways that cupping will reduce the appearance of scars
Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine that has been used for centuries to treat a variety of ailments. Recently, it has gained popularity as a way to reduce the appearance of scars.
Cupping therapy involves the use of cups placed on the skin to create suction. The suction created by the cups helps to improve circulation to the area where the cups are placed, which may help to promote healing and reduce the appearance of scars.
Cupping therapy may also help to break up scar…
"Sinus Relief with Facial Cupping: A Natural and Holistic Solution"
If you suffer from sinus congestion, you know how frustrating it can be to feel stuffy and pressure all the time. You may have tried everything from over-the-counter decongestants to home remedies, but nothing seems to provide lasting relief. If you're looking for a more natural and holistic solution, consider facial cupping.
Facial cupping is a gentle massage technique that uses small cups to create suction on the skin. This suction can help to improve circulation and drain excess fluids from …
5 Surprising Benefits of Facial Cupping for Your Skin
One of the main benefits of facial cupping is improved circulation. But what exactly does that mean, and how does it benefit the skin?
Circulation refers to the flow of blood through the body. When blood flow is poor, the body doesn't receive the oxygen and nutrients it needs to function properly. Poor circulation can lead to a variety of health problems, including fatigue, muscle cramps, and even organ damage.
When it comes to the skin, poor circulation can lead to a dull, lifeless appearance…
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GUA SHA and International Womens Day
How to celebrate International Womens Day... How about International Womens Week? Women's Month?
Or shall we celebrate ourselves every day and declare that every day is International Womens Day???
This year to celebrate International Women's Day, I am offering my 5 day Brighten Your Light facial gua sha challenge for free!
GUA SHA can help you look great and feel better.
Have you ever even heard of GUA SHA? Its an age-old therapeutic technique that was fir…