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DYNAMIC CUPPING ADD-ON

Dynamic cupping is a unique massage therapy technique that combines the benefits of traditional cupping with the application of gliding movements. At Bliss Therapy, we utilize dynamic cupping to improve soft tissue mobility, alleviate pain, and enhance range of motion.

During a dynamic cupping session, our skilled therapists strategically place suction cups on specific areas of your body. The cups create a vacuum effect, gently lifting and loosening the connective tissue. This technique helps to break up stagnation, increase blood and lymph flow, and facilitate the removal of toxins from your body.

Our approach to dynamic cupping incorporates both stationary cupping (where the cups remain in place) and gliding of the cups over your skin. This combination allows us to target different areas and address specific concerns effectively. The suction and negative pressure created by the cups help to sedate the nervous system, promoting deep relaxation and relieving tension.

One of the key benefits of cupping therapy is its ability to create space within the body. When muscles are tight and restricted, blood circulation becomes impaired, leading to pain and discomfort. By releasing stagnation and promoting blood flow, cupping therapy provides relief, allowing fresh, nourishing blood to enter the muscles and promote healing.

Experience the transformative effects of dynamic cupping and feel the relief and spaciousness it brings to your body. Our therapists are trained in this specialized technique and will customize the treatment to suit your needs and preferences.

BENEFITS:

Improves blood circulation, releases deep-seated tension, breaks adhesions and restrictions within the fascia, and restores balance to mind, body, and spirit.

INCLUDES:

• Custom Massage: 60, 75, 90, or 120 Minutes
• Dynamic Cupping Therapy
• Pressure Ranging From Light To Deep, Your Preference
• Heat Pack to Soothe Back Muscles
• Rose Quartz or Amethyst Eye Mask
• Heated Massage Bed To Your Comfort Level
• Healing Tea or Purified Water

PACIFIC BEACH LOCATION:

ADD-ON $15

IN-HOME MASSAGE:

ADD-ON $15

  • How can massage benefit me?
    Massage therapy can have numerous physical and mental health benefits, including: Reducing stress: Massage therapy can help to relax the body and mind, reducing stress levels and promoting feelings of calm and relaxation. Relieving muscle tension: Massage can help to relieve muscle tension and soreness, improving flexibility and range of motion. Increasing circulation: Massage therapy can stimulate blood flow and lymphatic drainage, helping to improve overall circulation and promote healing. Boosting the immune system: Regular massage can help to boost the immune system by promoting the production of white blood cells. Improving sleep: Massage therapy can promote relaxation and reduce stress, which can lead to improved sleep quality and duration. Decreasing pain: Massage can help to reduce pain associated with chronic conditions such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, and back pain. Enhancing mental health: Massage therapy can help to reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, promoting a sense of well-being and improved mental health. Improved physical fitness: Elite and recreational athletes alike can benefit from massage therapy – massage can reduce muscle tension, improve exercise performance, and prevent injuries. Read our blog on ways you can improve your massage experience.
  • How often should I get a massage?
    The frequency of massages depends on the individual's needs and goals. Some people may benefit from weekly massages, while others may only need them once a month. It's important to discuss your goals and expectations with your massage therapist to determine a schedule that works best for you. Learn more about how massage can help manage stress on our blog.
  • When is it not okay to get a massage?
    Some contraindications for massage include: Recent surgery or acute injury from a recent accident such as whiplash, sprains, or other soft tissue damage. Swelling or edema. Severe eczema, psoriasis, or open wounds. Uncontrolled high blood pressure, diabetes, prominent varicose veins, osteoporosis, or any other serious medical conditions.

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