... is a form of myofascial release and trigger point therapy. It combines various massage and stretching techniques with the application of slightly pressurised (ie suctioned) cups.
Myofascial cupping is an adaptation of the ancient Chinese technique of cupping that facilitates the flow of qi energy in the meridians where cups are placed on acupoints that lie on the meridians. TCM mostly uses glass cups.
Cupping can be stationary (on one point for a maximum of ten minutes) or gliding. Myofascial cupping techniques are mostly carried out with plastic cups and a suction pump, because it allows for the adaptation of the suction according to the client's tolerance and needs.
Cupping is generally carried out after an application of oil or lotion to facilitate the suction and/or gliding. Cupping can be a stand-alone treatment or be incorporated into a massage. Cupping will leave marks on the skin if it is stationary, less so if a gliding technique is used.
30min = 55$ or 10$ as an add-on to any massage except for pregnancy massage
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