Cupping / Dry Needling

Add either cupping or dry needling on to any massage to support healing.

Dry Needling

Dry needling is a technique used to treat muscular pain and dysfunctions. It involves the insertion of thin, solid needles into specific trigger points or tight bands of muscles, also known as myofascial trigger points (MTrPs), without injecting any medication or substance.

Dry Needling can help reduce aches and pains sustained with active sports and or ongoing injuries. Dry Needling can be administered throughout the body including the neck and shoulders. Dry Needling can improve muscle function as well as decrease muscle pain. 

It's important to note that dry needling should be performed by a qualified healthcare professional who has received specific training in the technique. The practitioner will assess your condition, identify appropriate trigger points, and determine the number and frequency of treatment sessions based on your individual needs and response to therapy.


Cupping therapy has many purposes, which includes the release of scar tissue, it helps resolve chronic muscle tightness and pain faster than massage therapy alone. Contraindication with Cupping will be discussed with your Therapist prior to treatment.

Myofascial cupping is a technique that involves the use of suction cups to create a vacuum effect on the skin and underlying tissues. It is a form of therapy that targets the fascia, which is the connective tissue that surrounds muscles and other structures in the body. 

Technique: During myofascial cupping, special cups are applied to the skin using suction. The cups can be made of various materials, such as glass, silicone, or plastic. The suction creates a negative pressure, pulling the skin and underlying tissues upward into the cup.

  • Purpose: The goal of myofascial cupping is to release muscle tension, improve circulation, and promote healing in the affected areas. It is believed to help break up adhesions in the fascia, reduce pain, and enhance range of motion.

Benefits: Myofascial cupping is thought to provide several benefits, including:

  • Increased blood flow: The suction created by the cups can help stimulate blood circulation in the treated area, promoting oxygen and nutrient delivery to the tissues and assisting in the removal of metabolic waste.
  • Muscle relaxation: The suction and pulling action of the cups can help relax tense muscles, reduce muscle knots, and relieve muscle stiffness.
  • Improved fascial mobility: Myofascial cupping may help loosen restrictions and adhesions within the fascia, improving tissue mobility and reducing pain or discomfort.
  • Enhanced recovery: By improving circulation and reducing muscle tension, myofascial cupping may aid in the recovery process from injuries, workouts, or other physical activities.


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