Chinese bulb massage

Used to eliminate cellulite, reduce stretch marks and supports the reduction of body fat during weight loss. This massage has analgesic effect for backache and muscular pain. Chinese bulb is a variation of the vacuum bulb (cold), which draws air under pressure. Treatments with its use were taken from folk medicine, which used a bulb in order to treat the flu or colds.

Chinese bulb usage:

Chinese bulbs are used, among others, in massage therapy and relaxation. They reduce muscle tension that is causes by pain and nerve plexus compression which subsequently results in the formation of symptoms throughout the body.

  • back pain
  • muscle pain
  • joint problems
  • pain of various origins (including migraine and neuralgia)
  • cellulite removal
  • reduction of abdominal fat
  • reduce the visibility of stretch marks
  • body shaping

Chinese bulb massage - how does it look like?

Before the massage skin must be moisturized with oil which will make moving the bulb much easier. Vacuum effect stimulates blood circulation, accelerates removal of toxins from the body as well as relaxes muscles and improves flexibility of the skin.

Chinese bulb massage lasts approximately 15-30 or even 60 minutes (massage for larger parts of the body). In order to achieve the desired results it should be carried out in series (10-12 treatments) with days-off between them (but not less frequently than every third day). Used as prophylactic measure can be performed at least once a week.

Arising after the massage bruising usually absorbs within a few days and is not a contraindication for following procedures. If after this massage you have longer or persistent aches you should take a hot shower.

    Contraindications:
  • fever
  • cancer and infection
  • epilepsy, alcohol or drugs withdrawal syndrome
  • multiple sclerosis (MS) during a new relapse
  • tearing and inflammation of the skin (including bruising and swelling of unknown origin)
  • skin capillaries
  • heart failure (eg. phlebitis and varicose veins)
  • hypertension, heart defects and heart disease
  • menstruation
  • pregnancy
  • hemophilia