Love Beauty Cupping Treatment Manufacturer Certification $225
Monday January 14th, 10am-3pm
Attendees will pair up and work on each other.
Equipment & Starter Kit will be available for purchase at the class.
Learn more about applications and benefits:
Love Beauty Cupping applications for the face utilizes micro cups can be used to vacuum across the skin, and perform lymphatic drainage. This procedure can easily be done in a few minutes, and is simply a method. The benefits include increased local circulation to the skin, bringing nutrition to the surface, stimulating natural elasticity along with enhanced assimilation of ampoules, masks and serums. Vacuum therapy on the face is remarkable for relieving sinus congestion and for draining stagnant fluids to ease puffiness, while eyebrows often actually lift back up to the brow line! The muscles of the face benefit greatly from reduced tension and tightness, easing expression lines and loosening rigid muscles associated with TMJ disorders. Lines, wrinkles and scar tissue will soften and rosaceous or congested skin can quickly clear. This is a perfect preparation and recovery protocol for any facial surgeries.
Love Beauty Cupping therapy for body treatments has yielded amazing results. Adding into a body treatment not only enhances absorption of applied products, but assists in the drainage of stagnant fluids. While it is not recommended to combine with aggressive exfoliation treatments, it is easily integrated into most body treatment procedures.
Love Beauty Cupping therapy is a pleasant and gentle, non-invasive technique that achieves powerful results in:
· Cellulite Reduction
· Lymph Drainage
· Scar Reduction
· Pre- and Post-Operative Therapy to
· Releasing Tight, Contracted Muscle Tissue
· Contouring the Face & Body
· Detoxification – Movement of Stagnation
· Skin Toning and Firming
· Increased blood circulation
Benefits of Cupping Treatment:
Treatments using Love Beauty Cupping device include a revolutionary face lifting and drainage treatment and magnetic micro-cup treatments for the body and magnetic reflexology for the feet and hands. The magnetic equipment is showing great results and client satisfaction.
How does Cupping fit into current day spa and/or medical aesthetics practice?
Vacuum therapy draws the inflammation out from deep in the tissues to be released. The skin can turn red with strong movements, indicating that circulation has been brought to the surface.
Increased local blood supply to the muscles and skin will bring nourishment and allow for toxins to be carried away via the lymph. Conditions of tense muscles softened quickly and easily. Cupping is wonderfully effective to release restrictions scar tissue for post surgical treatment.
One of the most beneficial applications of vacuum therapy is for preparation and recovery from surgical procedures. Physicians are amazed at the speed and total recovery that their patients exhibit when Cupping is used to complement their surgical work.
The action on the nervous system is sedating and people often fall into a deep state of relaxation. The sensation is truly beyond description! Clients often report a deep warmth and tingling sensation long after the treatment has ended.
Another effective application Cupping is in the treatment of cellulite. A very light suction provides drainage, while heavier application can be used to stimulate circulation, liquefy deposits of Solid Bloat and loosen adhesions or “dimpling.” The thighs and hip region should be treated with vacuum therapy prior to any wrapping procedure to enhance the absorption of product. Successful and enjoyable body sculpting and contouring is possible, with lasting results and many health benefits!
History of Cupping:
Cupping developed over time from the original use of the hollowed animal horns to drain toxins out of snakebites and skin lesions. 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. The true origin of cupping therapy remains in obscurity.
The Chinese expanded the utilization to include use in surgery to divert blood flow from the surgery site. Cupping eventually developed into a separate therapy, with healers treating a variety of conditions. Early written records date from 28 AD, and a traditional Chinese saying indicated “acupuncture and cupping, more than half the ills cured”. 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 a result of depleted “Jing Chi” or original essence. This will usually progress to a weakened “Wei Chi”, or defense (immune system).
The Egyptians produced a text on ancient medicine that discussed the use of cupping for conditions such as fever, pain, vertigo, menstruation imbalances, weakened appetite and accelerating the “healing crisis” of disease. From the Egyptians, cupping was introduced to the Greeks and eventually spread to ancient cultures in many countries of Europe and even the Americas.
In recent history, European and American doctors widely used cupping in practice into the 1800’s. Research papers were written in the 19th century, and a collaborative effort between the former Soviet Union and China confirmed the clinical efficacy of cupping therapy. It became an official therapy to be found in Chinese hospitals.