modern cupping therapy
Using silicon, non flame cups in combination with remedial massage and stretching . Cupping is a relaxing way to release any muscle tightness and stress. This practice aims to broaden the horizon of existing traditional cupping. Modern cupping is one of the more effective methods to mend the fascia, the connective tissue that surrounds our muscles and organs.
Cupping is an effective dispersing therapy, as the cups’ drawing-out effect of a vacuum, makes cupping the only therapy that turns around the inward dynamic and separates and opens out the constricted fibres to release tightness. It’s movement is the opposite of acupressure.
Cups may be placed statically and may be left on specific areas for up to 20 minutes. They can also be used to slide along the skin and are able to reach difficult areas where traditional flame cupping cannot. For example any rotator cuff shoulder injury will need to be addressed by looking at the muscles around your ribs, and in this way, cupping can produce great results.
Similar to traditional cupping, the use of modern cups can leave a mark on the skin. This is not to be confused with bruising as cupping is drawing out blockages, congestion and old blood and bringing it to the surface; this is not always the case and you may not mark at all.