NEW! Myofascial Cupping
Myofascial Cupping is a specialized therapeutic technique that involves the gentle gliding of negatively pressurized cups over the body's surface with the assistance of massage cream. This technique may also include joint mobilization, enhancing the stretch already applied to the connective tissue by the cups. In contrast to traditional cupping methods, Myofascial Cupping aims not to leave marks on the skin, and applies a pressure level that is nearly painless, ensuring a relaxing and soothing experience.
The primary objective of Myofascial Cupping is to lift and separate the layers of connective tissue, also known as fascia, that surround and interweave with muscles, nerves, and organs. This acts as a gentle passive stretch that facilitates an increase in the supply of nutrient-rich blood to the targeted area, promoting healing and cellular nourishment, and contributes to improved flexibility and range of motion. This stretching action is especially beneficial for individuals who may have experienced reduced mobility due to injury or repetitive movements.
One of the remarkable advantages of Myofascial Cupping is its ability to address myofascial trigger points effectively. These trigger points are tight knots within muscles that can cause discomfort and refer pain to other areas of the body. Through the cupping process, Myofascial Cupping helps release these trigger points, offering relief from localized pain and tension. Furthermore, it plays a significant role in reducing restrictive and painful fascial adhesions that can develop as a result of decreased movement or injuries. These adhesions can limit the body's natural ability to move freely and may lead to discomfort and reduced functionality.
By reducing fascial adhesions and encouraging optimal hydration levels within the soft tissues, Myofascial Cupping contributes to the prevention of soft tissue injuries. This proactive approach to fascial health can help individuals maintain their physical functionality and reduce the risk of injury associated with tight or compromised fascia. Whether used as part of a rehabilitation program or as a preventive measure, Myofascial Cupping is a valuable technique for promoting overall well-being and mobility.