Lymphatic Drainage

Swelling in the ankles, face, underarms (from mastectomy), legs, etc can be a painful and worrisome situation.

Massage cupping gently moves the swelling to lymphatic "dump" sites to be moved out of the body.

By using suction, instead of the traditional pressure of lymphatic massage, you open up the lymphatic and

blood pathways to quickly alleviate the condition.

Myofascial Therapy

Fascia is the fibrous connective tissue that is wrapped around every muscle, bone and organ in our body. Cupping therapy uses suction to pull - rather than push like normal massage - on the connective tissue and muscles. This pulling motion is very effective in breaking up tension, and even trigger points in tissue.

Blanket Cupping

Blanket Cupping is when cups are placed all over your back, or the affected area, and left for 15-20 minutes. This allows the tissue time to unwind and loosen gradually. This therapy can leave marks - circular discolorations that are not bruises, but look similar. Celebrities like Jennifer Aniston and Olympic swimmers and athletes have been spotted sporting these odd-looking spots. After the therapy you will feel relaxed and loosened. When I do the blanket cupping on my back I feel like I can breathe more deeply than I have ever been able to breathe. It loosens the connective tissue and muscles between the ribs and around the spine.

Abdominal Cupping

Abdominal cupping can help with issues like constipation and tension in the abs. Cupping therapy has been shown to effect tissue up to 4 inches thick, so it can easily reach the intestines to stimulate and loosen. I use abdominal cupping on my 7 year old daughter a lot. She has tummy issues (mostly due to her new-found dislike for anything green) and the cupping helps move her bowls along and keep her tummy from hurting.

Facial Cupping

Facial cupping might be one of the most relaxing forms of cupping available.

I have smaller, glass cups with less suction that smooth out deep lines,

relax the muscles around the eyes and temples, help with jaw and TMJ pain,

assist with ear pain (this is also something I use with my daughter a lot!) and more.

It is an extremely relaxing and rejuvenating treatment!

MediCuppingTM and VacuTherapyTM

I'm so excited to introduce this amazing modality to my practice!  

I feel like this machine takes my effectiveness as a cupping practitioner as

well as a massage therapist to the next level.  

After completing the extensive training course in Orlando, I immediately started

integrating my new MediCupping techniques into my practice and have seen amazing results. 

VacuTherapy is great for athletes, reducing scars, reducing swelling,

increasing lymph and blood flow, cellulite, gentle deep tissue and more.

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VacuTherapies™ can comfortably:

  • Decrease or relieve pain and inflammation from injury or chronic conditions.

  • Relieve deep muscular issues and reduces muscle spasms.

  • Release and soften scar tissue and loosen post-surgery adhesions.

  • Lift and stretch soft tissue to separate fascia and restrictions.

  • Increase range of movement and flexibility in joints.

  • Promote healthy circulation and open the energy flow of the body.

  • Move stagnation and enable normal lymphatic flow.

  • Enhance any athletic training program to improve performance.

  • Reduce “Solid Bloat”.


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