Benefits of Cupping Therapy
During cupping therapy, the user will use suctioning cups to gather skin into the cup, which helps decompress the area and encourage better blood circulation. This is known as the process called myofascial decompression. Typically during this type of therapy, the suction cups are left on the body for around 5 to 10 minutes. This type of therapy can help relieve pain, and is even used by athletes to help with the recovery time of their muscles. Cupping therapy is often done either stagnant or dynamic; meaning the cups are either stationary or moved across the skin.
When trying a new form of therapy for pain relief, it is important to know what to expect. With cupping therapy, you may experience mild side effects such as light irritation and bruising after a session. The session itself should not be painful, but may cause slight discomfort. However, those with fragile skin, skin disorders, or who are on blood thinners should not use cupping therapy. Otherwise, cupping therapy can be safe and effective for many individuals. Remember to stay hydrated and to care for your skin afterwards as best practices!
Silicone Cupping Therapy Set
This cupping therapy set includes eight high quality silicone cups! Unlike many other sets, this set created by Lure Essentials includes three different sizes of cups to help provide a more well-rounded and versatile experience. You’ll have access to four small cups, two medium cups, and two large cups. You’ll also be given an ebook and access to multiple video tutorials, so you can get started with your cupping therapy set at home! Lure Essential cups are durable and long-lasting. They are compressible to make suctioning easier, and they are also stackable for easy storage.