Cupping Methods

Myofascial Cupping

Myofascial cupping targets the muscular and skeletal system and involves negative pressure with a combined technique of gliding and parking cups with the benefits of incorporating pinpointed massage.  


Massage Cupping

Massage cupping involves a fluid movement of cups gliding the body with the aid of lubricant.


Vacuum Cupping or Air Cupping

Vacuum cupping or air cupping uses plastic cups that have attached pumps to create suction. A control valve on top of the cup provides great flexibility in adjusting pressure. 


Facial Cupping

Facial cupping glides cups to stimulate the lymph circulation and drainage, restore collagen and elastic fibers, and increase product penetration.


Fire Cupping

Fire cupping uses a flash fire in a glass cup before cup inversion to intensify the negative-pressure force.


Wet Cupping or Hijama

Wet cupping or Hijama begins with a parked cup for 3-5 minutes, then the skin is punctured to draw blood with a second parked cup to extract harmful substances and toxins from the blood and body.