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Abdominal Massage

Why You Need Abdominal Massage

Abdominal massage tends to be overlooked by massage therapists. It is the one area left out of a massage routine simply because it might make the client feel vulnerable and the therapist uncomfortable; however, it is one of the more important areas of the body to massage, as the benefits are immediate and proactive.

Considered the body’s emotional library, where emotional information is stored, the abdominal area has what I call tension congestion. Tension and stress tend to accumulate in the internal organs as well as the other obvious and better-known tension-holding areas of the body. Therefore, there is great relief in unknotting and comforting this area.

What is Lymph

Why Lymph? The Lymphatic System

The Lymphatic System in our bodies is a network of lymph (limf) vessels and lymph nodes. This network collects fluid, debris, and other things that are in the body’s tissue, outside the bloodstream. Lymph vessels are a lot like the veins that collect and carry blood through the body. But instead of carrying blood, these vessels carry the clear watery fluid called lymph.

Lymph is the fluid that flows out from capillary walls to bathe the cells in the tissues of the body. It carries oxygen and other nutrients to those cells. It also contains white blood cells, which help fight infections. Waste products like carbon dioxide (CO2) can flow out of the cells and into lymph. Lymph fluid would build up and cause swelling if it wasn’t drained in some way. That is the role of the lymph vessels. Lymph vessels draw up the lymph fluid from around the cells to send it towards the chest. Eventually, lymph collects into a large vessel that drains into a blood vessel near the heart.

Your Wellness

Heal your body naturally with ancient wisdom and modern innovation

The Bellabaci massage is based on the knowledge of cupping therapy. That fact that the material is soft silicone which squeezes easily, brings cupping therapy to the convenience of your home, where you can now perform localised cupping session, which will remove stagnation, eliminate toxins, help with pain relief, all relatively quickly and with the only known side effect of the cup kiss.

What is Cupping?

Cupping is an ancient Chinese method of causing local congestion. A partial vacuum is created in cups placed on the skin either by means of heat or suction. This draws up the underlying tissues. When the cup is left in place on the skin for a few minutes, blood stasis is formed and localized healing takes place.

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Kiss Fibromyalgia better

Fibromyalgia Patients are opting for a new, healthy way to relieve sypmtoms

Fibromyalgia is fast becoming a common ailment, but this does not lessen the effect it has on its’ victims. Living with pain on a daily basis affects every aspect of your life. Why not try a healthy alternative to managing your pain and symptoms?

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Kiss Infertility better

Bring back natural healing, without the chemicals

For most women, since you came into womanhood the idea has crossed your mind as far as things go in love and marriage, you wonder who your husband will be, where you will live and how many children you would like to have. Unfortunately, the reality that you may not have the ability to conceive doesn’t even cross our minds. We expect all is right with our bodies. Today, the number is rising of women on fertility treatments, that is, if you can afford it. The never ending administering of hormones and medication, the stress on you and your relationship with your partner, it all takes its toll. Infertility in a nutshell is summarized as the inability to conceive in a 12 month period. It is then advised to find medical assistance that might increase your chances conceiving.

Although these treatments are available, many women seek a more natural approach to increasing their chances of the miracle of a healthy conception and hopefully, pregnancy. We want to do what is good for our bodies, what nature intended.