Cupping is like reverse massage.
It pulls out instead of pushing in.
Cupping breaks up knots in your muscles, heals old injuries, and improves your micro-circulation.
The discoloration after cupping is not a bruise, but rather signs of stagnant blood cells leaving stiff, swollen, or painful areas.
When the dead blood cells are gone, circulation improves. When your circulation improves, healing begins.
After cupping, most people feel lighter, more flexible, and energized. Pains start to go away quickly.Interested in Cupping?
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do the cups go?
How long does cupping take?
What’s up with the bruising from cupping?
How do you make the cups stick?
Cupping therapy is usually done on the back and shoulders to treat muscular pain and tension.