Male and female Therapists are available

We use sterile and disposable equipment, which includes plastic disposable cups & pumps. We use New Sterile Disposable Blades for each person. None of the above cups and blades is re-used; they are safely disposed of in a clinical waste bin.Our therapists wear the protective gear to ensure safety of patient and therapists. We dispose of all our waste in a clinical waste bin and sharps boxes.

  • Dry cupping with massages
  • Wet cupping with massage
  • Fire Cupping
  • Moving Cupping with wet cupping

Dry Cupping

It is also known as vacuum cupping, Hijama cupping, horn treatment etc. It is a practice in which the therapist puts special cups on the skin to create suction causing the tissue beneath the cup to be drawn up and swell causing increase in blood flow to the affected area

Fire Cupping

Fire cupping is an alternative, non-invasive treatment technique that uses special cups placed on the skin to encourage blood flow to damaged areas. This unique therapy is often recommended to patients who suffer from muscular pain, joint pain, skin problems, and/or respiratory disorders

Wet Cupping

The main effect of wet cupping therapy is associated with precipitation of blood circulation, removing blood stasis and waste from the body. Wet cupping is a variation of the procedure where prior to the cup being placed, your skin is punctured and blood is drawn out in the suction process

Moving Cupping

A gentle suction of the cup is applied so that the cup glides over the body. Different sized cups are used as we take into account the contours of your body. Primarily, the focus for moving cupping would be on the back; however our full body moving cupping will include coverage of your arms and legs too. Moving cupping is used as a precursor to fixed cupping to help stimulate blood flow around the body and to activate the lymph system.