Duration: 60 mins
With ancient origins and extensive development, Guasha therapy has been practiced consistently for thousands of years as a key part of TCM therapies. “Gua” means to scrape or rub, while “Sha” is a reddish, elevated patch of skin. Sha is the term used to describe blood in the subcutaneous tissue that raises into a small red bump during Guasha therapy. It works well for seasonal diseases in summer or autumn such as heat stroke, external contraction and gastrointestinal disorders. Embrace the goodness of medium pressure massage followed by the therapeutic Guasha therapy to ease your stress away.