Massage Cupping

Massage Cupping is one of the quickest ways to bring fluidity back to your tissues or speed up the recovery process after and injury or intense training session.

In an attempt to relieve some chronic pain and increase range of motion in the shoulder joint I “parked” the cups on this man’s shoulder for a few minutes.  Some showed marks and some did not.


Since 1996 I have been practicing the Art of Massage and Bodywork on a wide variety of human bodies. The Massage Cupping modality has blown me away as far as how ridiculously, stupidly simple they are to use and how profoundly powerful they are in softening tissue, releasing “tight” spots and calming otherwise fidgety massage recipients.

If you have a hard time relaxing and letting go of all your tension that’s been accumulating in your body then this is definitely the modality for you to try and don’t be surprised if you become madly in love with it.

If you love massage and can’t get enough of it, then Massage Cupping is for you too. Actually, anyone with skin should be trying Massage Cupping. Right now!

I offer several forms of bodywork and massage services on Maui, Massage Cupping in my opinion and experience is hands down one of the fastest ways to release tension in “TIGHT” muscles or fascia. If you have a stubborn, chronic “tight spot” or “knot” (I prefer to use the word stagnation) then I encourage you to try the Cups, you will be surprised and how ridiculously easily and without a fight the supposed “knot” gives up and relaxes.

What conditions respond to Massage Cupping? Well, what doesn’t really. Here is a list of just a few complaints which can be helped with a few Massage Cupping sessions:

  • Lymph Drainage
  • Loosen Fascial Adhesions
  • Release Deep Tissue Issues
  • Move Stagnation
  • Relieve Inflammation
  • Stimulate Blood Flow
  • Sedate the Nervous System
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Insomnia & Anxiety
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Poorly Nourished Skin & Muscle Tissue
  • High/Low Blood Pressure
  • Spider Veins & Varicosities
  • Muscular Aches
  • Stagnant Lymph & Edema
  • Chronic Pain
  • Toxicity
  • Scars & Adhesions


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