Gliding and heat free vacuum cupping minimises risks with all the benefits of a lifting treatment.

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Clinical vacuum cupping is also known as dry cupping.  Clients who like cupping appreciate the gentler dry approach to cupping. No heat or extreme suction is used, which minimises skin trauma and bruising.

Clinical vacuum cupping is ideal for those who do not like the strong direct pressure of typical manual techniques.  It is gentle and can help with trigger point muscular pain by increasing local circulation and promoting healthy blood and lymph flow near the skin.

Lubricant is used to smooth the surface of the skin and cups are applied and moved over the area or being stationary over an area depending on the needs of the treatment. 

The benefits people feel is thought to come from indirect impact on the superficial fascia just under the skin and many people, including Olympians Michael Phelps and Alex Nuddor have used cupping extensively.

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