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What is Celluvac?

Posted on November 18, 2014 | 0 comments

The Celluvac Treatment combines two ancient healing therapies, Cupping and Shiatsu, which is used by practitioners of western medicine to treat a large range of maladies.

The first of these two treatments is Cupping.

With cupping, the therapist places heated glass suction cups mouth down on a patient's back along the energy meridian lines. This aims to draw out any 'bad energy' to the surface and bring relief.

The second of the two combined treatments is Shiatsu.

Although the Japanese name Shiatsu means literally 'finger pressure'; this stimulating form of massage is given by much more than fingers. The thumbs are used the most, with the palms and heels of the hands, forearms, elbows, knees and feet also used in the treatment. Like acupressure, Shiatsu uses pressure on hundreds of surface points (tsubos) along the body's meridians, or energy paths, to stimulate the flow of Qi (life force)..

By stimulating or calming these points, Shiatsu aims at re-balancing the quantity and quality of electromagnetic energy being distributed along the meridians - benefiting not only the body but also the mind, feelings, and spirit

Shiatsu is a whole body program designed to prevent an array of problems; including digestive disorders, constipation, and diarrhoea.  It also activates the circulation, nervous system and immune system.  In addition it promotes the elimination of poisons and helps to strengthen the body’s bones.

The Celluvac method is the perfect synergy of the two above-mentioned therapies and as such has proven to be particularly effective in treating, eradicating and preventing further cellulite from developing when used regularly.  This is mainly due to the fact that cellulite is generally a condition that gets brought on by sluggish circulatory, and eliminatory systems.  Something that the Celluvac system has been designed to tackle and rectify.

Carol Burgers
IAHB/ITEC(Austria)DIP.reflexology/shiatsu/aromatherapy/massage

 

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