Total Fit Therapy

Total Fit Therapy - Sports Therapy Clinic

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Total Fit Therapy - Sports Therapy Clinic
Total Fit Therapy - Sports Therapy Clinic


Cupping is an alternative therapy that involves suctioning the skin with glass, plastic, or silicone cups. It may help improve blood flow, boost immune function, remove toxins, and reduce pain.

What does cupping do?

Cupping is suggested to remove toxins by stimulating the immune response, both locally and systemically.

It may also eliminate uric acid, a natural waste product from the digestion of certain foods. Uric acid buildup can lead to high levels of acidity in the blood and urine.

Cupping may also have a positive effect on the lymphatic system, which is partially responsible for eliminating your body’s waste.

When the flow of lymph is interrupted, it can cause fluid buildup and prevent the body from properly eliminating toxins. Lymphatic drainage massage is one solution to this issue. Similarly, cupping may help increase the flow of lymph and prevent fluid buildup.

What are the different types of cupping?

What type of Cupping do we do?

We proudly offer

  • Dry cupping: a suction-only method
  • Wet/bleeding cupping: may involve both suction and controlled medicinal bleeding
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What is lymphatic drainage?


Have you had liposuction? Do you suffer from lymphedema? Have you had your lymph nodes removed? You may require a lymphatic drainage massage.

Lymphatic drainage massage is a form of gentle massage that encourages the drainage of lymph nodes and the movement of lymph fluids around the body. It can help relieve lymphedema.

The fluid in the lymphatic system helps remove waste and toxins from body tissues. Some health conditions can cause lymph fluid to build up. Lymphatic drainage massages can benefit people with lymphedema, fibromyalgia, or other conditions.

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What are the benefits?

The lymphatic system plays a key role in the body’s immune defences.

Lymphatic fluid flows through lymph vessels, which connect lymph nodes. As it passes through the lymph nodes, white blood cells trap and destroy harmful particles, such as bacteria.

Like blood in the circulatory system, lymphatic fluid is always moving. If it stops, swelling can occur, as lymph fluid builds up, often in the arms or legs. Health experts call this lymphedema.

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Deep Tissue Massage

Massage is an essential aspect of recovery and reviving your body. Manual therapy increases the body’s supply of oxygen and nutrients to your muscles and reduces the delayed onset of muscle soreness (DOMS) and fatigue after any exercise. This makes it an ideal form of therapy for relieving physical tiredness and  mental tiredness (after a hard day at work or exposure to stressful situations).

  • Reducing stress and increasing relaxation.
  • Reducing pain and muscle soreness and tension.
  • Improving circulation, energy and alertness.
  • Lowering heart rate and blood pressure.
  • Improving immune function.