Cupping Massage

The cupping massage has been famous for over 5,000 years already. In Schröpfmassagethe process the effect has remained the same, only the cupping glasses and the cupping technique have changed. With cupping therapy, the air is warmed in the cupping glass and then placed on the skin. Thus developing a vacuum in the cupping glass. The skin will thereby be sucked in by the light vacuum. The skin underneath will be stimulated with blood through the movement of the cupping glass. Bruises often develop as a result, which are supposed to encourage the self-healing powers of the body. This method is often used for cramps, muscle tension, and sleeplessness.