Tiny, sterilized needles that are not much bigger than a thick human hair. They are used to release knotted muscle fibers and stimulate the body’s ability to heal.
Plastic or glass cups that use suction to push and pull fascia and muscle in order to release tension.
A variant of cupping using smaller cups, used to help relieve sinus issues.
Gua Sha (pronounce gwah sah) is the practice of drawing a smooth, flat instrument across lubricated skin over tight muscles. It is often used to treat colds and other sicknesses, as it produces an immune response and has an anti-inflammatory effect.