Massage Cupping™ bodywork therapy is a modified version of the common practice of cupping therapy, and the credible results that this simple treatment produces have truly impressed those who experience its precise capability. By creating suction and negative pressure, Massage Cupping™ bodywork is used to drain excess fluids and toxins, loosen adhesion and lift connective tissue, and bring blood flow to stagnant muscles and skin. Massage Cupping™ therapy is a adaptable method that can easily be modified to accomplish a range of techniques, from lymphatic drainage to deep tissue release.
30 min session = $55
60 min session = $85
90 min session = $115
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Massage Cupping
How is Massage Cupping™ bodywork therapy accomplished?
What is the difference between Massage Cupping™ therapy and traditional cupping therapy?
The other technique is moving, or ”massage cups.” This is the more common use for massage therapists and other healthcare practitioners. Before applying the cup, the therapist will administer plenty of oil or lotion to facilitate smooth movement. The entire back may be treated, including the neck, shoulders, middle and lower back, and sacral area. The hip and thigh areas may also be treated, and abdominal Massage Cupping™ bodywork feels just incredible. Almost every area of the body will respond to this unique treatment.
How does Massage Cupping™ bodywork therapy feel?
What are the benefits of Massage Cupping™ bodywork?
Another effective application of the cupping technique is in the treatment of cellulite. A very light suction provides drainage, while heavier application can be used to stimulate circulation and loosen adhesions or “dimpling.” The thighs and hip region should be cupped prior to a wrapping procedure to enhance the absorption of the product. Enjoy the warm feeling of cupped, energized tissue being painted with soothing algae, mud or gel before being enveloped.
New additions to the Massage Cupping™ bodywork technique include a revolutionary face lifting and drainage treatment and magnetic cupping reflexology for the feet and hands. The magnetic equipment is showing great results in the treatment of injury sites and pain.
Why should I request Massage Cupping™ bodywork therapy?
People often report that the experience stayed with them longer than most treatments, and the speed with which Massage Cupping™ bodywork effects change in the tissue is truly amazing. When used in a treatment series, the results are cumulative. Yet even in a single treatment, a long-term physical issue may be resolved! Applications for this technique include body contouring, chronic pain relief, pre-surgery prepping and post-surgery recovery (face and body), and more. Conditions that have responded to Massage Cupping™ bodywork include colon disorders, edema, fibromyalgia, sports injury, cellulite, nervous tension and many more!
What is the discoloration that occurs after some treatments?
Is Massage Cupping™ bodywork therapy safe?
Massage Cupping™ bodywork therapy is an easy technique to do, but it is not simple. To achieve maximum results safely, training is required. The current workshops are 22 hours to complete, and educational videos/DVDs and books are available. When scheduling a treatment, inquire as to the training of the healthcare professional.
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Anita is the Director of Advanced Continuing Education, an NCBTMB CE provider established in 2001, and has presented numerous workshops on Massage Cupping™ bodywork therapy at national locations since 2002. Anita has been published on this subject in Massage Today and Massage Magazine. She has published two educational videos on Massage Cupping’™ bodywork therapy and is currently writing a book on the subject.