Cupping Massage

Cupping massage enhances circulation, relieves muscle tension, and promotes relaxation. By creating suction on the skin's surface, it helps release toxins, reduce inflammation, and improve overall well-being. This therapy is popular for pain relief, stress reduction, and improving skin health.

Cupping massage therapy can alleviate pain, tightness and release stubborn knots in the whole body and uses a variety of techniques depending on your specific issues. Expect targeted pain relief that can affect muscles and tissues up to 4 inches deep. Keep in mind that due to the nature of the work, you may leave the session with some temporary marks that usually fade in a few days. 90 minutes treats 3-4 areas and allows enough time for a full body massage, and 60 minutes is ideal for more targeted focus.

Starting Price: $100

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