Deep tissue and structural issues – old injuries and chronic movement patterns Arthritis, Tendonitis, Bursitis Scarring – old, new, keloid, post-surgery Loose skin and old deposits from weight loss Lymphoedema – general and post-surgery Fibromyalgia Sports – injuries and post-event conditions Diabetes Cellulite Vascular issues – spider veins and varicosities COPD Parkinson’s Disease IBS Acid Reflux
We are water-based beings. Since cells eliminate their wastes into the interstitial fluid, which becomes part of the lymph, then what happens when this system becomes blocked? Would not the cell and tissue functions become sluggish, thus affecting the larger organism? What if we clear the drainage system and create the space for lymph to flow again? This is accomplished by the separation of tissue and the ability to carry stagnation via the suction of the cup. This is only enhanced by the increased blood flow that brings oxygen and nutrition to the cells and tissues, boosting all levels of metabolism. What a significant change this is for a multitude of people!
Therapists who have explored the use of vacuum therapies in bodywork have found that the addition of suction and lifting to other massage techniques has produced radical changes for their clients and for themselves. One of the most amazing aspects of this technique is the “separation” that the vacuum produces in tissue layers. This enables water absorption and renewed blood flow to undernourished and dehydrated tissue and the elimination of old waste and congestion. It has become evident that separation and drainage of fused, congested soft tissue produces an increase in tissue and systemic function and is a great catalyst for change in health.
Think about the impact on women going through menopause or other hormonal changes: a chance to clear the body of the old congestion and give it the ability to eliminate new debris and inflammation as it occurs. How about weight loss enhanced by natural and lasting metabolic stimulation? Consider the concept of clearing old chemical triggers in stagnant tissue that are affecting cellular receptor sites. Could this have an effect on addictions and abnormal autoimmune responses?
So many treatments in one
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