Gentle Fascia Release Technique
Video Courtesy Seminars for Health
Cupping therapy has been around for thousands of years. It is one of the oldest and most extensively practiced therapeutic treatments. Dynamic cupping is usually performed using silicone cups ( as opposed to glass as with fire cupping ) and the cup is moved around in a gliding motion, or placed stationary over areas that need more release.
Reduced circulation and muscle aches can sometimes result in a throbbing sensation or a "stuck" feeling. Lift from the pressurized cup and the space created by the suction increases blood flow and separates the tissue layers to promote healing of the tissue.
Most clients report a "relief" of pressure sensation and find cupping pleasant, as opposed to painful.
Visible marks can result from cupping from 3 to up to 7-8 days following treatment.
Tammy-Lee is a certified Dynamic Cupping Therapist with Seminars for Health.