Lymphatic Balancing / ACE Massage Cupping Intensive with Beth-ellen ZangRead more →
Used properly, cups can facilitate the body’s ability to stay healthy and return itself to a balanced state when things do go awry. In working with infants, toddlers and weak or frail children, it’s important to use the small face cups.
After two years of age, you can begin using the larger, stronger vacuum cups carefully. Cupping addresses issues like colic, mastoiditis and ear infections, teething, asthma and lung conditions, magnets for bumps bruises and pain, easing soft tissue through growth spurts, muscle spasms (charley horse), scoliosis, indigestion, headache, fevers, sprains, swellings, nervous system sedation, excess excitation like crying and irritability, trouble falling asleep, ADHD and so much more.Read more →
Beth-ellen Zang joins us this week for a question on Cupping on Patients Taking Blood Thinners. Good morning I wanted to know if there any medications that are contraindicated with cupping the only meds I really had concerns with doing massage was pain medications realizing there pain tolerance
Visit The Grand Canyon State this May while attending Beth-Ellen Zang’s Lymphatic Balancing / ACE Massage Cupping workshop. More info: https://massagecupping.com/workshop/sedona-arizona-4/Read more →
Twice a month, one of the ACE Massage Cupping™ Educators will be tackling a question submitted to us by a cupping therapy practitioner. Our question this month comes from G.M., on the topic of MediCupping an area of the body that has recently been tattooed. To gain access