“In ancient times, cupping was used for lung conditions like bronchitis and pneumonia.” The use of cupping has evolved, and today it’s widely used for pain relief and musculoskeletal injuries, such as strains, sprains, back injuries and inflammation.
In cupping therapy, the practitioner applies a “cup” to pull an area of skin into a suction that decompresses muscles and connective tissue. This promotes blood flow to the compromised area, enhances circulation and helps to increase the body’s own healing processes — almost like a backward deep tissue massage.
- Stand Alone
- Use with AromaTouch, Massage or Symphony of the Cells