Cupping Massage brings the ancient art of cupping to the modern-day massage therapy practice. This modality allows for a unique approach to the fascia and body fluids.
Cupping has an ability to affect deeper tissues, remove fascial restrictions and increase the range of motion.
Cupping is a technique whereby a vacuum is created in a cup, drawing the skin up into the cup and separating the layers of superficial fascia.
The suction draws the blood to the level of the skin creating a negative pressure below the skin.
Clients may be left with a circular ecchymosis (blood between the skin layers caused by seepage of blood from the vessels).
Adhesions and Scars
Spine and Ribs