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Cupping Body Contour is two full days workshop packed with great information and techniques that mimics all kinds of massages , from deep tissue massage to myofascial release and lymphatic drainage. Specific techniques that manipulates connective tissue , pockets of fat , treats cellulitis , stretch marks and improve skin and muscle tone. Cupping Body Contour is performed with a variety of cupping tools.
The full two-day workshop is fun and informative, with PLENTY of hands-on activity.

Next workshop October/2015
Tuition – $1500
2015-02-28T20:22:00+00:00
Cupping Body Contour is two full days workshop packed with great information and techniques that mimics all kinds of massages , from deep tissue massage to myofascial release and lymphatic drainage. Specific techniques that manipulates connective tissue , pockets of fat , treats cellulitis , stretch marks and improve skin and muscle tone. Cupping Body Contour is performed with a variety of cupping tools. The full two-day workshop is fun and informative, with PLENTY of hands-on activity. Next workshop October/2015 Tuition – $1500
TESTIMONIALS - Click here to see "What They're Saying..."

Claudia Haskin

I strongly recommend Cupping for Life. Camilla is a very knowledgable and personable practitioner who takes the time to speak with her patients to understand what their needs are. She has a truly healing touch and presence and she is also compassionate. I have had 2 sessions with her in which I addressed the problem during the treatment and as soon as I got home I experienced the (physical) results. Truly amazing! I am an educated consumer who likes to research something prior to making a decision and I sincerely believe in the healing powers of the Cupping Therapy, especially by Camilla. She is truly one of the best in this field and I highly recommend her.
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2015-02-28T19:54:36+00:00
I strongly recommend Cupping for Life. Camilla is a very knowledgable and personable practitioner who takes the time to speak with her patients to understand what their needs are. She has a truly healing touch and presence and she is also compassionate. I have had 2 sessions with her in which I addressed the problem during the treatment and as soon as I got home I experienced the (physical) results. Truly amazing! I am an educated consumer who likes to research something prior to making a decision and I sincerely believe in the healing powers of the Cupping Therapy, especially by Camilla. She is truly one of the best in this field and I highly recommend her.

Milenny Monteiro Medeiros

A few words to explain my Cupping for LIFE experience: ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!! It is a weekly highlight to me. There I find a very dedicated, competent and skillful professional, really devoted to improve my health and well-being. My body and mind thank you very much Camila!! Not only recommended, but super recommended!
5.0
2015-02-28T19:55:09+00:00
A few words to explain my Cupping for LIFE experience: ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!! It is a weekly highlight to me. There I find a very dedicated, competent and skillful professional, really devoted to improve my health and well-being. My body and mind thank you very much Camila!! Not only recommended, but super recommended!
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1 week ago

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4 weeks ago

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One of the ways that North American Indians performed cupping - being vacuum to the skin surface for a therapeutic effect - was by making what are known as shaman's sucking tubes or sucking pipes. These were employed to withdraw either harmful supernatural causes of illness, or to suck out natural toxins such as insect or snake venom. I had the privilege of handling these tubes at a recent visit to the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. They were discovered in the 1930's among archaeological digs in southern California. These two are made from steatite (soapstone). The lower tube is engraved and at both ends has a row of fine circular shell decorations. There was a third tube made of bone, but it most likely came from a burial site and is therefore inappropriate to photograph. Around 7 years earlier, I spent time at the National Museum for the North American Indian, part of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC, and in their archival collection discovered references to cupping, either performed by a tube, or by using hollow buffalo horn. It was performed by every nation of the now USA and Canada. Tribes on the western coastline were even reported to have used hollow shells. Finally, and most contemporary, a few years back in Arizona and New Mexico, I spoke to Navajo who said that sucking tubes are still being used for healing purposes and in ceremonies.
The photo of the carving in the centre belongs to the Wellcome institute for the History of Medicine Collection (M0008993.jpg), and shows an Ojibway medicine man using a tube to suck out disease.
I'm currently writing on these medical instruments. If anyone has any leads or information, especially present day practice, please get in touch.
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1 month ago

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1 month ago

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Commentary on cupping marks (pic):
From top left going clockwise:
1. Mottled: blood stasis associated with Qi deficiency (paleness).
2. Conical elevation with white peak: cold damp/phlegm (depending if soft or hard)
3. Blood stagnation with elevated black clots and swelling (indicating severe pain)
4. Swollen with mild stagnation (blockage of fluids and heat accumulation)
5. Small red dotting indicates the release of sha (hyper-heat toxins).
6. Coldness with an epicentre of strong deficiency
7. Dark blockage of painful blood stagnation (possibly caused by wind blockage) with accompanying sha
8. Long term trauma throughout the shoulder (with long term immobility and pain).
(All photos taken by Bruce Bentley)

• For a far more complete explanation about cupping marks, please read my essay “A Cupping Mark is not a Bruise”, published in The Lantern: a journal for practitioners of Chinese Medicine, or by simply clicking:
English:
www.healthtraditions.com.au/essays/a-cupping-mark-is-not-a-bruise.html

Te read in Portuguese:
www.healthtraditions.com.au/essays/a_cupping_mark_is_not_a_bruise_portuguese.pdf

Or in Italian: www.healthtraditions.com.au/essays/a_cupping_mark_is_not_a_bruise_italiano.pdf
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