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Recently, we’ve been having some great results using myofascial cupping for fibromyalgia pain management. Anecdotally, cupping has found some very positive feedback over the years, with studies indicating that cupping may reduce Fibromyalgia symptoms more effectivelythan conventional therapy treatments alone. ️ ️A 2010 review of literature on Traditional Chinese Medicine and fibromyalgia mentioned positive results […]

Self Care – Protect Your Neck

Something I’m sure we’re all guilty of from time to time. The frequent prolonged forward flexion of the neck and head causes changes in cervical spine, curve, supporting ligaments, tendons, musculature and bonysegments, eventually causing natural curvature of the neck to reverse. Potentially leading to early spinal arthritis, disc degeneration, headaches, and up to 30% […]


Client referred from our Pure Gym PT Armando Cantore yesterday with noticeably tight shoulders and hamstrings. Thus restricting his ability to completeoverhead movements in his PT sessions. A Sports Massage appointment with Grayston Scraping and Myofascial Cupping through flexion and abduction, was able to drastically increase shoulder andhip range of motion!! Some post treatment stretches […]


Our sports massage practitioners in Cardiff, Newport, and Southampton are all SMA registered and highly experienced with dealing with a range of soft tissueissues. Get in contact with us to get you back on track and relieve your aches and pains. Our Treatment Room practitioners can help you to – Reduce Muscle Tension Enhance Circulation […]


Cupping is often used to relieve back and neck pains, stiff muscles, anxiety, fatigue, migraines, rheumatism, and even cellulite.


Foam Rolling – What’s the hype? Foam rolling or self myofascial release, is a handy way to acutely increase ROM without a decrease in muscle activation or force (Mac Donald et al., 2013,Cheatham et al., 2015) Foam rolling also helps reduce DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness) post workout (Jay et al., 2014, Pearcey et al., […]