Benefits of Cupping

• Clears stagnation
• Drains & moves fluids
• Relieves Inflammation
• Nervous System Sedation
• Expels Congestion
• Stretches Muscle & Connective Tissue
• Loosens Adhesions
• Nourishing Blood Supply to the Skin

One misinterpretation of the marks that sometimes occur as result of Cupping are that they are bruises.
Unless the Cupping was done too strong in a contraindicated case, no "bruising" should occur.
What these marks under the skin are, post Cupping, is stagnation, dead cellular debris, and most importantly - Toxins being drawn out of the biosystem. Some capillary seepage occurs, but it is minimal to the acidic agents being removed.

Cupping Massage I start with manual to feel the tissue and find the tight areas. Then apply negative pressure massage with the cups, moving them up down and across the tissue. Sometimes cups are then left in position while I work another area of the body. Doing that releases rigid soft tissue, drains excess fluid and toxins, loosens adhesions, lifts connective tissue and brings blood flow to the skin.
30, 60, 90, or 120 minutes.

Stationary Cupping is a procedure where I apply oil and the cups are placed on the body and left for 15 or more minutes. This is done to break up and expel congestion, move stagnation and drain fluids. You should have had Cupping Massage done before doing more than 30 minutes of stationary.
30, or 60 minutes.

Abdomen Cupping This method externally manipulates the digestive and reproductive systems. It works the small and large intestines, stomach, and colon. This can be done as a stand- alone, or add onto any massage
$25 Takes approx. 10-15 minutes