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Cupping 101

An ancient practice, cupping has been used to detox the body and mind through suctioning air through cups placed along the body.

At the Rock Collage, natural crystals, stones, and oils are used in the cupping process to ensure maximum wellness. Glow from the inside out, reclaim your health and rejuvenate with cupping!

Cupping has its roots planted in several cultures, from Ancient Egypt to Africa, and Greece, but is more popularly known and practiced in Asian cultures. Cupping increases blood circulation to the area where the cups are placed. This may relieve muscle tension, which can improve overall blood flow and promote cell repair. It may also help form new connective tissues and create new blood vessels in the tissue.

With skin, muscle, and other soft tissues being pulled into the cup due to suction, this will naturally increase blood circulation to the area being treated. The increased flow will flush out any stagnated toxins in the blood as well as attract immune cells to the treated area.

We offer several methods of cupping:


This is when small incisions are made on the client’s back before the suctioning process, dry, where only the air is suctioned out,


With fire cupping the glasses used temporarily contains heat and then is quickly latched onto the client

Facial Massage Cupping,

This helps drain the lymphatic system through stimulation of the face

Silicone cupping

A massage with a silicone cup, and cellulite cupping, cupping done on areas where the client has cellulite to reduce inflammation and break up fat cells. A single cupping session allows for more flexibility, more peace, and more life! 

For 4-6 hours post cupping, avoid exposure to:

* Caffeine, alcohol, sugary foods and drinks, dairy, and processed meats. These foods slow down your body's ability to process the treatment.

* Hot showers, saunas, hot tubs, and strong air conditioning.

* Intense exercise.

* Cold and windy conditions.

Hope this was insightful!

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