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Suburb / Postcode
Service / Treatment
Ginseng Chinese Medicine
The Concourse, 409 Victoria Avenue , Chatswood 2067
Reflexology, Foot Massage, Foot Spa, Ear Candling, Chinese Medicine
Comfort Zone Clinic
76 Ultimo Road , Haymarket 2000
Piercing, Lip Waxing, Eyebrow Tattoo, Men's Waxing, Fat Cavitation
Blue Sky Beauty Lounge
2 / 328 Victoria Avenue , Chatswood 2067
Chinese Medicine, LED Light Therapy, Laser Treatments, Eyebrow Tinting, Underarm Waxing
Dee Why Thai Massage and Spa
673 675 Pittwater Road , Dee Why 2099
Ear Candling, Foot Reflexology, Face Mask, Facial, Spa
Alter Ego Hair Design
6/519 Old South Head Rd , Rose Bay 2029
Acupuncture, Men's haircuts, Threading, Spa Pedicure, Pedicure
Espa Beauty
Shop 1, 251 Elizabeth St , Sydney CBD 2000
Body Contouring, Eyelash Extensions, Eyebrow Tinting, Leg Waxing, Aromatherapy Massage
Health Focus Massage & Acupuncture
82 Darlinghurst Road , Potts Point 2011
Back Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Ionic Foot Detox, Sports Massage, Head Massage
Tang Spa Beauty Massage - George St
103 375 George Street , Sydney CBD 2000
Manicure, Chinese Massage, Makeup, Cupping, Swedish Massage
Comfort Zone Spa
Shop 4, No.1, Downstairs Dixon Shopping Centre, 1 Dixon Street , Sydney CBD 2000
Scar Removal, Skin Lightening Treatment, Eyelash Lift, Laser Hair Removal, Lip Waxing
Chinese Medicine & Naturalcare Clinic
573 Crown Street , Surry Hills 2010
Cupping, Acupuncture, Remedial Massage, Chinese Medicine, Body Massage
Tang Spa Beauty Massage - Glebe
Shop 2, 287 Broadway , Glebe 2037
Makeup, Sports Massage, Bath, Manicure, Ear Candling
Pings Acupuncture - CBD
1 Dixon Street (Top Level Shop 73) , Sydney CBD 2000
Cupping, Reflexology, Chinese Medicine, Remedial Massage, Acupuncture
Love Life Hair and Beauty Salon
Level 1 515 Kent Street , Sydney CBD 2000
Eye Treatments, Eyelash Extensions, Underarm Waxing, Wedding Makeup, Lymph Drainage
Dr Liu's Medical Acupuncture Clinic
508 Sydney Road , Balgowlah 2093
Acne Treatments, Moxibustion, Ear Candling, Cupping, Chinese Medicine
Tang Spa Beauty Massage - Artarmon
Shop 1 44 Hampden Road , Artarmon 2064
Eyelash Tinting, Pedicure, Swedish Massage, Shiatsu, Aromatherapy Massage
Pings Acupuncture - Eastwood
183-185 Rowe Street, Upper Arcade (Shop 24) , Eastwood 2122
Acupuncture, Foot Massage, Body Massage, Chinese Medicine, Shoulder Massage
Back on your Feet
Level 7, Suite 75, 183 Macquarie Street , Sydney CBD 2000
Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Lymph Drainage, Hot Stone Massage, Deep Tissue Massage
Holistic Massage & Acupuncture
Shop 5044, Westfield Parramatta 159-175 Church St (next to coles Level 5) , Parramatta 2150
Neck Massage, Foot Massage, Body Massage, Foot Spa, Acupuncture

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Cupping in Sydney

There are a few different versions of cupping to choose from in Sydney. Dry cupping, or Hot Jar Qi, is the most popular, and is traditionally done using glass cups.

However, the cups can also be made of earthenware or bamboo, or the therapist may use something called massage suction cupping. This modern take on a very ancient therapy uses a suction gun to create a vacuum, rather than heat.

Perfect for Stiff Necks
The suction pulls your skin and tissue away from the body, whereas massage generally presses down on the body. Put the two together and you have both positive and negative pressure - the very basis of Eastern medicine.

As you would expect, this form of therapy is fantastic for stiff or sore backs, necks and muscles. It can also boost your circulation and metabolism; treat rheumatism and arthritis; improve sleep; treat depression and anxiety, and more.

Removing the Cause
The way it works is really quite simple. Let's take those sore muscles as an example. The belief is that the problem area is congested with old blood, toxins, damaged tissue and a whole host of nasties.

As a result new, healthy blood, carrying oxygen and nutrients, can't reach the injured part. The suction created by cupping pulls all the yucky stuff away from the injury, so the vitality-packed blood can reach it.

The red marks, or 'bruises' that are left are seen as a sign that the 'disease' has moved away from the injured part to the skin. As the marks fade over a couple of days, the problem goes away.