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WORKSHOPS


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!
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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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3 weeks ago

Cupping4life.com

Inside her house in the medieval village of Erice, Sicily, Mrs Paola Povounello demonstrates her method of applying a regular drinking glass as a cupping vessel to her husband’s back. She first cut a small square piece of cloth and placed a bronze coin in the centre. Bronze is understood to convey heat into the body. She then drew the four corners of the cloth together and twisted them down level with the coin. Paola then tightly wrapped a length of cotton thread around the twisted cloth to hold it together to form a wick, which she dipped in olive oil, and placed it base downwards on the site where she intended to cup. The wick was lit and the cup was placed over the flame. I have observed this way of preparing a wick on numerous occasions in Italy and occasionally in Greece.
• Photo: Bruce Bentley (1998)
• To enrol in cupping and gua sha courses in Montreal & Ottawa (Canada) and of course for the rest of 2019 in Australia go to:
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3 weeks ago

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We are steeping up big time and Upgrading all our services at Cupping4Life. July is almost here, we will be offering Infrared sauna , Pressotherapy and Percussion Massage ( Vibrational Massage) . Check this out!
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3 weeks ago

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If you’re interested in the connection between cupping and the fascia, read my inaugural essay linking the 2 and discover why I believe that cupping is the essential link in connective tissue rehabilitation.
www.healthtraditions.com.au/essays/modern-cupping-essay.html
I’ll be teaching all the practical work I’ve designed in the upcoming Modern Cupping workshops in Montreal & Ottawa in August. This includes many new practices engaging cupping & stretching and its impact on the fascia. To achieve this we will adopt both moving and static stretches and poses (many based on yoga positions) to expose optimum tissue angles and facilitate mobilisations in tandem with sliding cups for an exponential therapeutic gain.
Kit Laughlin, author & developer of “Stretch Therapy” had this to say:
"I think that cupping is uniquely positioned to directly affect the superficial fascia and is better at achieving a positive change than any other technique I currently know of. I thoroughly recommend Bruce's work."

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3 weeks ago

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Detail of a late 17th century Japanese medical figure.
Paper mache
On exhibit at Musée d’Histoire de la Médecine, Paris.
Photo: Bruce Bentley
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