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Cupping / Hijamah

Relieve muscle tension, improve overall blood flow and promote cell repair.

  • 1 h
  • From 60 Canadian dollars
  • Dukhan Body Smoking Spa

Service Description

Body cupping is a traditional Middle Eastern therapy that involves the use of cups applied to the skin to create suction. Cupping can be either dry, wet, or flash Body cupping is often used to treat a variety of conditions, such as muscle soreness, anxiety, and respiratory issues. It is also believed to have aesthetic benefits, such as improving the appearance of cellulite and promoting healthy, glowing skin. The process of cupping generally involves the following steps: Cleanse the skin: The area of the body to be treated should be cleansed and free of any oils or lotions. Place the cups on the skin: The cups are then placed on the skin, with the opening of the cup facing downward and apply suction. The cups can be placed in a stationary position or moved along the skin in a sliding or gliding motion. Leave the cups in place: The cups are typically left in place for several minutes to allow the suction to take effect. Remove the cups: The cups are then gently removed from the skin. Repeat the process: The process may be repeated on different areas of the body as needed. It is important to note that the process of cupping can vary depending on the specific technique being used and the needs of the individual being treated. The growing trend of Hijama in Edmonton Hijama, an ancient medicinal practice, has found its place in the heart of Edmonton, offering residents a holistic approach to wellness. This traditional therapy, also known as cupping, has been gaining popularity in recent years for its potential health benefits. People are now exploring this unique form of alternative medicine to enhance their well-being. As more individuals seek natural and holistic approaches to health, the popularity of Hijama in Edmonton continues to rise. The essence of Hijama therapy Hijama involves the application of cups to specific points on the skin to create suction, drawing out impurities and promoting blood circulation. This therapy is deeply rooted in Islamic tradition and is believed to have numerous health benefits, ranging from detoxification to stress relief. Many are drawn to its non-invasive nature and potential benefits for various conditions, such as migraines, joint pain, and fatigue. The city's diverse population contributes to the increasing acceptance of this traditional practice as part of a comprehensive wellness routine. Embracing holistic wellness The incorporation of Hijama in Edmonton reflects a growing appreciation for alternativ

Contact Details

  • 17203 62 Street Northwest, Edmonton, AB, Canada


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