What is Cupping?
Cupping is Negative pressure, rather than tissue compression for stubborn conditions, repetitive strains, inflammation, toxicity, chronic fatigue, digestive problems and a slough of other issue we confront as we grow older. Suction cups rapidly facilitate rigid soft tissue release, loosens & lifts connective tissue, breaks up and drains stagnation while increasing blood & lymph flow to skin & muscles in ways not possible using compression.
Another benefit of Cupping is that it can feel really great when done properly for your constitution and current physiology and/or condition. The pulling action engages the parasympathetic nervous system, thus allowing a deep relaxation to move through the entire body. It is not unusual to fall asleep when receiving this treatment. You will be surprised at how relaxed, warm and light you'll feel – hours... sometimes even days afterwards.
Cupping Therapy for Buttocks Enhancement!
BOOTY UP with a natural butt lift using the cupping technique. It gradually lifts and pumps the buttocks. The cupping butt lift treatment helps get rid of stagnate blood in the body, lifting connective tissue and this helps reduce the appearance of cellulite and help the blood flow, making the skin look and feel better. Rids body of inflammation, lifts connective tissue, loosen adhesions, brings blood flow to stagnant skin along with reducing the appearance of cellulite by toning tissue.
Cupping Therapy & Athletes
Cupping therapy, myofascial decompression, or massage cupping is a holistic treatment that many athletes seek out for injury rehabilitation. Like most other forms of injury rehabilitation, cupping is all about increasing blood flow to an affected area, relaxing muscles and accelerating the recovery process. This method uses small glass or plastic cups and a suction method to get the job done.
Benefits of Cupping
* Loosen tight muscles and adhesions. This is the main reason athletes find themselves in a cupping session. Cupping therapy literally pulls adhesions apart and relaxes tight muscles.
* Increase blood flow. Skin is drawn into the cup during a session, and doing this causes blood to draw to that area. Once the cup is removed, blood flows more freely, bringing nourishment and accelerating the repair of damaged tissue.
*Reduce inflammation. The increased blood flow and pulling of skin away from muscles and joints also helps reduce inflammation by allowing the fluids to drain rapidly.
* Cupping therapy helps treat Fibromyalgia, scarring, arthritis, and chronic neck tightness neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, joint pain, chronic muscle imbalances or muscle spasm, and plantar fasciitis.
Cupping has numerous benefits — it can help remove toxins from the body and stimulate the flow of fresh blood, lymph, and Qi to the affected area and throughout the body. It often works wonders for patients with the flu, colds, coughs, back and muscle pain, poor circulation, anxiety, red itchy skin conditions (though cups are not applied to inflamed areas), allergies, fevers, aches and myriad other pains.
You do not need to be an athlete to receive the benefits of cupping.
Q - What can I expect as far as physical effects from suction cup therapy?
A - The after effects of Cupping are most intense at the beginning of receiving treatments, and lessen dramatically as your system becomes accustomed to the treatments as they accumulate.
Q - What's the explanation of the marks or discolorations that sometimes occur as a result from suction cup therapy?
A - One of the common and unfortunate misconceptions concerning cupping is the misinterpretation of the discoloration. “Bruising” is caused by impact trauma with breakage of capillaries and reactionary rush of fluids to the damaged area from the tissue compression/injury. There is no compression in properly employed suction cup therapy. Although it is quite common during Stationary Cupping (left static for 5 - 20 minutes) to achieve dramatic 'marks' or 'discolorations', the less aggressive action of moving the cups, minimizes the intensity and duration of the discolorations.
What is Cupping good for?
Deep Tissue Massage – Cellulite, Scar, Stretch Marks & Varicose Vains - Myofascial Release - Lymphatic Drainage - Orthopedic Conditions - Neuromuscular Dysfunctions - Sports Massage & Injuries - Stubborn Conditions - Fybromyalgia - Trigger Point Therapy - Traumatic Injuries - Chronic Conditions -Abdominals - Reflexology - Physical Therapy - Detoxification - Facial & Facelift Treatments - TMJD’s - General Relaxation & Wellness