Micro Cupping for Facial Lifting & Drainage
This technique eliminates build up of wastes and fluids in the face and neck, opens and clears the drainage pathways in the head and neck, bring circulation to the skin and facial muscles, stimulate collagen and elastin productions, smooth fine lines, release tight muscles and drain out stagnate lymph and toxins.
An Ancient technique
Massage cupping is based on the common of Chinese cupping therapy. By creating suction and negative pressure, massage cupping therapy is used to soften tight muscles and tone attachments, loosen adhesions and lift connective tissue, bring hydration and blood flow to body tissues, drain excess fluids and toxins. Cupping is not an irritant to the skin.
Massage Cupping Therapy - Modalities and benifits
A range of techniques from lymphatic drainage to deep tissue release and contouring treatment of cellulite.
Massage Cupping Therapy is an adaptation of an ancient technique. This therapy utilizes glass or plastic cups and a vacuum pistol to create suction on the body surface.
Theses cups are moved over the skin using gliding, shaking, popping and rotation techniques while gently pulling up on the cup, or may be parked for a short time to facilitate joint mobilization or soft tissue release. This suction reaches deep into the soft tissue and attachments. Another benefit is to pull toxins and inflammation from the body to the surface of the skin where the lymphatic system can more readily eliminate them.
Ø Decrease or relieve pain and inflammation
Ø Release deep muscular issues
Ø Release and soften scar tissue
Ø Lift and stretch soft tissue
Ø Increase range of movement
Ø Open chest and lungs
Ø Improve circulation
Ø Drain lymph fluid, clear drainage pathways
Ø Sedate the nervous system
Ø Open energy flow of the body
Ø Clearing old residue (blood and solidified lymph from injuries, surgeries, and chronic movement patterns) out of the muscle and soft tissue.
Conditions that respond to Massage Cupping Therapy:
Bursitis, Tendonitis and other inflammatory conditions
Stagnant lymph and edema
Insomnia and anxiety
Poorly nourished skin and muscle tissue
Lung inflammation and congestion
Migraine and headaches
High blood pressure Diabetes
Athletic stress and injury