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GUASHA THERAPY

SIN KANG TCM

Gua sha is a form of TCM therapy, frequently used to relieve muscle tension and soreness.
Gua sha seeks to circulate energy around the body, also known as qi or chi. The therapy involves rubbing the skin in long strokes with a tool, together with herbal oil or essential oils, such as lavender oil, to promote blood circulation, cleansing of toxins, and clearing the meridian channels for better energy flow.


The treatment has no major negative effects, however it is not recommended for people who have specific medical issues.

FAQ

Gua Sha is a traditional Chinese treatment known for its extraordinary beauty and healing qualities, particularly in the prevention and treatment of aging indications such as wrinkles, sagging, and dark circles, as well as encouraging general skin renewal from the inside out. It's a natural and safe option.

Cellulite, tension, and fluid retention can all be treated with Body Gua Sha massage. When you use the Gua Sha tool to release tension and break up fascia adhesions, you stimulate blood flow in the skin, allowing more nutrients to enter and waste to exit.

Gua sha is generally thought to be safe. However, you may get bruising or skin discoloration. It's possible that you'll be sore and tender for a short time after your treatment. If you're on blood clot medication, you shouldn't have it.

It's claimed that rubbing the skin's surface might assist break up this energy, reduce inflammation, and encourage healing. Gua sha is usually used to the back, buttocks, neck, arms, and legs of a person. It's utilized as a facial procedure with a gentler variation of it.

While gua sha is recommended once a week, the frequency of use will be determined by your skin type and tolerance to the procedure. Aim to utilize gua sha at least two to three times per week as you become more familiar with it and more comfortable with your techniques.

Gua sha has been shown to help ease facial tension, reduce puffiness and inflammation, and even lower sinus pressure.

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