Secrets of Medicupping

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Medicupping/Massage Cupping is a gentle, non-invasive technique that achieves powerful results! 

The techniques relieves inflammation, sedates the nervous system, moves stagnant lymph and blood, hydrates and nourishes tissue, shifts tissue PH, and can be used on acute and chronic conditions for all ages! MediCupping™ therapy utilizes a machine with glass or plastic cups to create suction on the body surface. 

Massage Therapists who have explored the use of vacuum therapies have found the addition of suction and lifting to other massage techniques has produced radical results for clients and getting a lot of attention from the medical field. A unique quality is the “lifting without force”, also known as “negative compression”. Even when working on deep scars and adhesions, fibrous tissue, or fascia that has retained memory from the incident or injury; the technique is comfortable and works very quickly.

Every injury, illness, surgery and even toxic substances that enter our body are still present.  We have an accumulation of all of these “events” and they can present as fatigue and a sluggish feeling in the body; sometimes moving us into a diseased state. In order to function at an optimal level, our bodies benefit from being treated and invigorated through the stimulation of the lymphatic system. 

These treatments aid the body in eliminating toxins and debris in tissues.  This “clearing” of the body makes room for healthy hydration and loosens adhesions in the muscles so they operate more independently.  Your tissue, organs and systems are thus hydrated due to an increased circulation of blood flow to these areas.

Some health issues that can be addressed are: 

-Fibromyalgia          -Poor Circulation          -Sciatica          -Insomnia & Anxiety          -Cellulite
-Toxicity          -TMJ Dysfunction          -Diabetes          -Parkinson’s Disease          -Chronic Pain
-Arthritis          -Spider Veins & Varicosities          -Muscular Aches          -Neuralgia          -Scoliosis
-Migraine, Tension Headaches, & Sinusitis
-Sluggish Colon & IBS          -Stagnant Lymph Edema
-Athletic Stress & Injury

-Bursitis, Tendonitis, & Plantar Fasciitis          -Scars & Adhesions