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Cupping Therapy in Glasgow

Cupping is a technique where glass, rubber or silicone cups are attached to the body using gentle suction to clear tight muscles or areas of tension, often on the back, neck and shoulders. Cupping enables the (restricted) blood and energy to move again and travel to the area to begin the healing process.

Cupping is an age old technique used in traditional Chinese medicine to stimulate the acupuncture points or larger areas of the body. Cupping is often practiced alongside acupuncture but can also be used as a treatment in its own right. Cupping is not painful however it can leave reddish patches on the skin which indicates that there has been movement in the circulation of blood under and around the cups. This is normal and will clear within a few days.

Cupping therapy is part of Islam. It is mentioned in the Islamic Hadith (reported sayings of Muhammad). Cupping therapy (Hijama) a cure for poor energy, pain and ailment (by Allah's permission).

What You Can Expect

Firstly a full consultation will be taken, which will include questions relating specifically to your desired outcomes and more general questions about your health. The therapist will apply the cups to the skin and the therapist will remain in the cuppnig treatment room throughout the appointment.

Cupping Treatment calendar

Cupping treatment times and prices in our Glasgow clinic are shown below - click on the therapists name below for more information about them or click here to view the full clinic diary. The clinic is located between the city centre and west end and easily reached from the M8.

Cupping

TherapistDenise Stewart

Price

  • Initial cupping consultation (45 min) - £28
  • Return visits (45 min) - £28
  • Important Note: All cupping appointments must be paid in advance and no changes may be made to the appointment times. Please only book once you know you are available to make the appointment.
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  • Tuesday
  • mornings
  • Thursday
  • morning




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