Gua Sha is one of the method you can try at home easily. Very often we experience pain and sore in the neck, knee, and back. Attribute that to either lousy posture or lifestyle, but the pain is very irritating and disturbing.
Facial Gua Sha has been here for a long time. Science and culture have searched for ways to improve, maintain and enhance the beauty of the face. Most remedies and skincare routines focus on the appearance & clearness of the skin. The ancient Technique of Facial Gua Sha is also known to achieve these cosmetic results & beyond effortlessly.
Gua sha is a tool-assisted derma abrasion therapy that produces petechiae on the skin and is of therapeutic value. To administer the Gua sha therapy, it is a must to have an appropriate tool. Though at times, lots of household items can also solve the purpose of a Gua sha tool. However, it is […]
Without modern medicines and medical science, how did our ancestors manage good health? One of the most common ancient treatments for the prevention and cure of diseases was ‘Foot reflexology.’
Hand reflexology is efficacious for curative objectives. It is equally useful to keep the body toned and tuned and prevent any disease or disorder.
Cao Gio is one such East Asian therapy that can cure several minor ailments and discomforts straightforwardly and effectively. The best part of the treatment is its simplicity, wherein anyone within a matter of a few minutes can learn and execute the therapy.
Working long hours at the computer and using smart devices can severely impact many parts of your body and majorly, the spine. Out of many physical disorders, one of them is Tech neck, very prevalent these days.
Overdependence on drugs and medication is not at all advisable. The side and after-effects of most of the medicines become challenging to handle in later stages of life.
Gua Sha is one such time tested and popular therapeutic technique of East Asia. Tired of symptomatic treatment by the allopathic medicines and its associated reactions and side effects, many people have started looking at ancient techniques and therapies for wellbeing.
We often hear about therapeutic massage and wonder what it really is? Is it different from the regular massage?