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Cupping Therapy 
Combined with Botanical Oils

Massage Cupping therapy is a pleasant and gentle, non- invasive technique that achieves powerful results

Cupping therapy is used to soften tight muscles and tone attachments, loosen adhesions and lift connective tissue, bring hydration and blood flow to body tissues, and drain excess fluids and toxins by opening lymphatic pathways.

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AntiAging Cupping

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Scar Mending cupping/ Post Surgical Cupping


AntiCellulite Cupping

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Pre/Post Laser Lipo Cupping

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Lymphatic cupping

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Polarity Cupping

15 MINUTES $30      40 MINUTES $85       

    Package of 4 treatments /prepay 3 get 4th free.     40 min  $255
We use our specially formulated Green Tea oil combined with infused Anti-cellulite and Lymphatic Detoxing Oils.  
For amazing results add our most popular Lymphatic anti Cellulite Healing Massage With our specially formulated Green Tea butter with Anti Cellulite Oil blends, finishing with 14 healing warmed Hawaiian basalt stones over your upper ,lower back neck arms and legs.
 Therapeutic Effects of  Massage Cupping

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Poor Circulation

  • Sciatica

  • Insomnia & Anxiety

  • Cellulite

  • Toxicity

  • Asthma & Pneumonia

  • TMJ Dysfunction

  • Diabetes

  • Parkinson’s Disease

  • Chronic Pain

  • Menopause

  • Arthritis


  • Lung Inflammation & Congestion

  • Migraine, Tension Heachaches, & Sinusitis

  • High Blood Pressure / Low Blood Pressure

  • Sluggish Colon & IBS

  • Stagnant Lymph Edema

  • Pre- & Post-Operative Conditions

  • Athletic Stress & Injury

  • Bursitis, Tendonitis, & Plantar Fasciitis

  • Scars & Adhesions

  • Spider Veins & Varicosities

  • Muscular Aches

  • Neuralgia

  • Scoliosis

 Conditions that respond to ACE Massage Cupping
  • Cellulite Reduction

  • Pain Reduction

  • Joint Mobilization

  • Lymph Drainage

  • Scar Reduction

  • Pre- and Post-Operative Therapy to
    Shorten Recovery Time & Enhance Surgical Results

  • Releasing Tight, Contacted Muscle Tissue

  • Contouring the Face & Body

  • Assisting with Weight Loss Programs

  • Athletic Performance Enhancement

  • Detoxification – Movement of Stagnation

  • Skin Toning and Firming

What is Cupping therapy?
A wonderful ancient tool has found its place in the modern world of healing. ACE Massage Cupping™ evolved from the common practice of cupping therapy, and the incredible results that this simple treatment produces have truly impressed those who experience its subtle power. By creating suction and negative pressure, ACE Massage Cupping therapy is used to soften tight muscles and tone attachments, loosen adhesions and lift connective tissue, bring hydration and blood flow to body tissues, and drain excess fluids and toxins by opening lymphatic pathways. ACE Massage Cupping™ bodywork is versatile and can easily be modified to accomplish a range of techniques, from lymphatic drainage to deep tissue and fascial release. This complements many health modalities ranging from spa treatments to medical massage.

Massage Cupping is amazing and result-oriented … and the treatment FEELS healing!


How is Massage Cupping  therapy accomplished?


The cup is positioned over the area of the body to be treated and suction is created using a vacuum gun or bulb. With our treatments The  medical cupping suction levels can range from light to heavy, and the movements performed by the therapist can be stimulating or sedating. 

This therapy utilizes glass or plastic cups and a vacuum pistol, bulb or machine to create suction on the body surface. These cups are moved over the skin using gliding, shaking, popping and rotating techniques while gently pulling up on the cup or are parked for a short time to facilitate joint mobilization or soft tissue release.

This suction reaches deep into the soft tissue, attachments and organs and also has a sedating effect on the nervous system.


What Cupping Does and benefits:

Cupping pulls inflammation and toxins from the body tissues so that the skin and lymphatic system can readily eliminate them. Scar tissue often releases quickly, despite the age of the injury or keloid tendencies.

One of the most amazing aspects of this technique is the “separation” that the vacuum produces in tissue layers. This enables water absorption and renewed blood flow to undernourished and dehydrated tissue, which is invaluable in pre- and post-surgery treatments. It is evident that separation of fused, congested soft tissue and increase in tissue function can be a catalyst for change in many current health conditions.


What are the  other benefits of Massage Cupping?

ACE Massage Cupping therapy is not an irritant to the skin or body. It draws the inflammation out, yet does not add to it. The skin will turn red with strong movements, indicating that circulation has been brought to the surface. Application of liniments, analgesics, plant hydrosols and essential oil blends immediately after ACE Massage Cupping™ bodywork will enable absorption of the product deep into the tissue. Increased local blood supply to the muscles and skin will bring nourishment and allow for toxins to be carried away via the veins. Conditions of chronic and acute pain can be relieved with minimal discomfort and tense muscles softened quickly and easily. ACE Massage Cupping™ therapy is wonderfully effective as an addition to a massage or other therapeutic service.


For Cellulite:

Another effective application of ACE Massage Cupping™ is in the treatment of cellulite. A very light suction provides drainage, while heavier application can be used to stimulate circulation and loosen adhesions or “dimpling.” The thighs and hip region should be treated prior to a wrapping procedure to enhance the absorption of product. Enjoy the feeling of warm, energized skin being painted with soothing algae, mud or gel before being enveloped.


For Facelift Cupping: 

Treatments using ACE Massage Cupping™ therapy include a revolutionary face lifting and drainage treatment and

lymphatic cupping method for facial muscles, SCM (Sterno-Cleido-Mastoid) and cervical regions of the neck.


For Reflexology:

Magnetic  positive and negative Polarity micro-cup reflexology for the feet and hands. The magnetic equipment is showing great results in the treatment of injury sites, neuropathy and pain.


      Massage Cupping therapy is a pleasant and gentle, non- invasive technique that achieves powerful results 














Care After Your  Massage Cupping Session:

  • Drink plenty of the purest water you can find

  • Do not exercise until the next day

  • Avoid chills, drafts or excessive heat for 4-6 hrs.

  • Avoid hot showers, steam, sauna until next day (use warm water)

  • Do not receive other bodywork for 48 hours as this could overload your system or complicate the work that was done.

  • Remember that ACE Massage Cupping™ therapy starts working on opening lymphatic pathways for those who have “solid bloat”, debris and congestion, or specific trauma to the tissue, often with dramatic results. Subsequent sessions clear deeper layers of old congestion and restriction to effect significant change in conditions.

  • If you are receiving the body cocoon, it is important to avoid showers or baths until the next day.

  • Skin discolorations reveal old blood trapped in the tissue and will dissipate between 1-4 days.

  • Call your therapist with any questions you might have.

  • Burning sensations can occur and have often indicated a renewed blood flow to the tissue or natural separation of old adhesions in the fascia.

  • Tune in to the messages your body sends, including a change in sleep patterns, appetite, thirst, mood, energy, elimination of fluids and solids, how clothes fit, digestion, breathing capacity, pain levels, endurance, recovery time (athletes) and any other changes that you notice.

                             Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Massage Cupping and traditional Chinese cupping therapy?

In Traditional Chinese Medicine, stationary cups are placed on the skin and left for a period of five to fifteen minutes, and the cups may also be moved over the area. The goal of Chinese cupping therapy is to move stagnation of blood and chi, disperse internal heat, and other applications based on Traditional Chinese Medical diagnostics. Traditional cupping therapies are also generally used in many cultures on both adults and children for respiratory conditions, pain relief, and multiple other uses in home health care.


(Please note WE do NOT do the traditional Oriental  TCM version!!! ...The oriental traditional method involves inserting a flame into a glass cup to create the vacuum.)

What to expect before and during  your treatment!

Before applying the cupping , the therapist will administer oil or lotion to facilitate smooth movement. The entire back may be treated, including the neck, shoulders, middle and lower back, and sacral area. The hip and thigh areas may also be treated, and abdominal Massage Cupping bodywork feels just incredible. Almost every area of the body responds to this unique treatment.

The sensation is truly indescribable, often experienced as deep warmth and a tingling sensation lasting long after the treatment has ended. The action on the nervous system is sedating, and people will often descend into a profound state of relaxation. The body comes alive, and new ease of movement can truly be felt.


Why use Massage Cupping?

One of the most enjoyable aspects of experiencing this therapy is the incredibly wide range of movements. Creativity provides a variety of methods, while alteration of pressure and speed produces amazingly different sensations. The edge of the cup can be used to “scoop” in a cross fiber movement. Vigorous circles feel marvelous on the hips, thighs and shoulders. Long strokes down the sides of the spine and along the ribs provide ease to rib cage expansion and breathing. Stubborn neck tension can be released in mere minutes and scar tissue softened using a “reverse friction” technique.

People often report that the experience stayed with them longer than most treatments, and the speed with which ACE Massage Cupping effects change in the tissue is truly amazing. When used in a treatment series, the results are cumulative. Yet even in a single treatment, a long-term physical issue may be resolved! Applications for this technique include body contouring, chronic pain relief, pre-surgery prepping and post-surgery recovery (face and body), detoxification, and increased sports performance. Conditions that have responded to ACE Massage Cupping™ therapy include colon disorders, edema, fibromyalgia, sports injuries, cellulite, nervous tension and many more!

What is the discoloration that occurs after some treatments?

There is a “marked” difference between traditional Chinese cupping therapy and ACE Massage Cupping, The marks that are commonly left from TCM treatments are the desired result. ACE Massage Cupping™ therapy very rarely produces this discoloration, called a “cup kiss” or “doo-hickey.” If this appears during the treatment, it’s just an added bonus indicating the release of intense stagnation (body fluids and toxins) in the area. This is not a bruise and will dissipate anywhere between a few hours and a few days. It is also unlikely that it will re-occur in the same area.

Is Massage Cupping therapy safe?

This technique is used safely on children, adults and elderly persons. The most common misuse of ACE Massage Cupping therapy is overuse. This is an intense therapy, and its impact on the body systems is significant. In particular, the elderly, children, and persons with diabetes and those on blood thinners should be treated gently. After any ACE Massage Cupping treatment, it is important to avoid exposure to excessive heat or cold, and sufficient hydration is required to facilitate elimination. A complete assessment of specific conditions at the time of treatment must be taken into consideration by the practitioner.

ACE Massage Cupping™ seems easy to do, but it is not simple. To achieve maximum results safely,  special training is required. 


                            History of Massage Cupping 


The art of cupping developed over time from the original use of hollowed animal horns to drain toxins out of snakebites and skin pustules. Horns evolved into bamboo cups, which were eventually replaced by glass. Therapeutic applications evolved with the refinement of the cup itself and with the cultures that employed cupping as a health care technique.



Animal horns were hollowed out and a small hole made that allowed the air to be sucked out. The resulting vacuum would draw toxins to the surface. Cupping began to be used in surgery to divert blood flow from the open site. The true origin of cupping remains in obscurity.

Cupping grew into a separate therapy with healers treating a variety of conditions. Traditional Chinese Medicine observes that cupping dispels stagnation of blood and Chi, along with external pathogenic factors that invade a weakened constitution. A depleted constitution is often the result of depleted “Jing Chi” or original essence. This will often progress to a weakened “Wei Chi” or defense (immune system).

Early written records in China date from 28 A.D. A traditional Chinese saying, “Acupuncture and Cupping … more than half the ills cured.”



In 1550 B.C., the Ebers Papyrus, an ancient medical textbook, discusses the application of cups for fever, pain, vertigo, menstruation, appetite, constipation and accelerating the “healing crisis” of disease.

From the Egyptians, cupping was introduced to the Greeks, and it eventually spread to ancient cultures of many European countries and even the Americas.


Recent History

1800’s – 1900’s

European and American doctors still widely used cupping into the late 1800’s. Up to this time, cupping was usually “wet cups” or bleeding cups. The technique now became bloodless, yet no less effective. Research papers on the subject written in Europe during the 19th century addressed dry cupping only.

1950’s – Present Day

A collaborative effort between China and Russia confirmed the clinical
applications of cupping therapy. Foundation of official use in Chinese hospitals.


  • Lymph Drainage

  • Loosen Adhesions

  • Release Deep Tissue Issues

  • Move Stagnation

  • Relieve Inflammation

  • Stimulate Blood Flow

  • Sedate the Nervous System

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