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Top 20 Cupping venues

Here is our pick for the top venues offering Cupping from around Australia.

  1. Enlighten Massage

    Shop 21 / 734 Rode Road, Stafford Heights 4053
    Rating:
    (15)
    Enlighten Massage is a modern massage spa specialising in remedial massage, and rehabilitating acute and chronic pain through releasing soft tissue.
  2. The Queen Beauty and Massage

    Suite 3.01 365 Little Collins Street, Melbourne CBD 3000
    Rating:
    (19)
    Experience the ultimate relaxation with The Queen Beauty and Massage. Services include massage, eyelash extensions and facials to cater to all skin concerns.
  3. E.T Chinese Massage

    367 Sydney Road, Brunswick 3056
    Rating:
    (24)
    E.T Chinese Massage is your destination for authentic Chinese Massage and Cupping. Treatments are based on traditional Chinese and deep tissue oil massage.
  4. Massage for Wellness

    4 / 28 Hawken Dr, St Lucia QLD 4067, Australia, St Lucia 4067
    Rating:
    (11)
    Massage For Wellness, are dedicated to treating your mind and body. Choose from therapies including Remedial or Relaxation Massage, Lymphatic Drainage, and more.
  5. Anasa Healing

    219 Magill Road, Maylands 5069
    Rating:
    (13)
    Anasa Healing is a beautiful haven of calmness and healing. It combines acupressure, Swedish massage, remedial massage, reflexology and relaxation techniques.
  6. Shen Chinese Medicine - South Melbourne Market

    166 York Street, South Melbourne 3205
    Rating:
    (6)
    Shen Chinese Massage and Acupuncture Centres offers a range of wellness and therapeutic services including Chinese, deep tissue oil and remedial massages.
  7. Thai Royal Orchid Massage

    2 1192 Sandgate Road, Nundah 4012
    Rating:
    (94)
    Thai Royal Orchid Massage therapists are traditionally trained and masters of massage. Explore the beautiful sanctuary and feel relaxed and refreshed.
  8. Shen Chinese Massage and Acupuncture - St Kilda

    166 Acland St, St Kilda 3182
    Rating:
    (14)
    Enjoy a traditional Chinese massage, reflexology or cupping with Dr Shen, who has over twenty years experience as a Chinese medicine practitioner.
  9. Life Essence Natural Therapies and Counsel

    27 City Road, Beenleigh 4207
    Rating:
    (11)
    Life Essence Natural Therapies and Counsel provide wellness therapies such as massage, acupuncture, counselling, naturopathy and floatation therapy.
  10. Lu's Healthcare Pty Ltd

    Lonsdale St, Prahran 3181
    Rating:
    (11)
    Book in for some TLC with Lu’s Healthcare. Treat your body to a full body massage package, oil massage, acupuncture, or cupping.
  11. Bill Horton's Healing Massage and Homeopathy

    37 Coral Fern Drive, Cooroibah 4565
    Rating:
    (5)
    Bill Horton's Healing Massage and Homeopathy is a truly gifted healer. Bill's services include Sports, Remedial, Hot Stone Massage, Reflexology, and Shiatsu.
  12. Orchard Road Nail & Beauty

    231 Lygon Street, Carlton 3053
    Rating:
    (62)
    Discover the beautiful modern salon at Orchard Road Nail & Beauty. The expert staff are committed to providing premium service in a calming, tranquil space.
  13. Total Bliss Health and Beauty

    586 Stanley Street, Woolloongabba 4102
    Rating:
    (24)
    Total Bliss Health and Beauty will make you feel incredible. Choose from remedial massage for deep aches and pains, or something lighter such as aromatherapy.
  14. Chinese Medicine & Naturalcare Clinic

    573 Crown Street, Surry Hills 2010
    Rating:
    (1)
    Chinese Medicine & Natural Care Clinic specialises in using Chinese herbal medicine, remedial massage and acupuncture for muscular skeletal disorders, and more.
  15. Eassa Day Spa

    34 Hindley Street, Adelaide CBD 5000
    Rating:
    (6)
    Eassa Day Spa offers a range of treatments including facials, cosmetic injectables, Thai massage, pregnancy massage, and eye, neck and décolletage treatments.
  16. Carnation Beauty & Therapy

    211 Glenferrie Road, Malvern 3144
    Rating:
    (5)
    Carnation Beauty & Therapy offer affordable massage therapy services including acupressure and deep tissue oil massage, and Chinese traditional medical therapy.
  17. TM's Hair and Beauty Salon

    98 Ferguson St, Williamstown 3016
    Rating:
    (11)
    TM’s Hair and Beauty Salon offer the full range of hair, nail and beauty services including hair colouring, waxing, nail treatments, massages and lots more.
  18. Brighton Clinical Soft Tissue Therapist

    Suite 4, 214 Bay Street, Brighton 3186
    Brighton Clinical Soft Tissue Therapist offers a wealth of experience. Treatments include massage, reflexology, ear candling, cupping, and dry needling.
  19. Zenicure Massage - Chadstone

    Shop F009A 1341 Dandenong Road, Chadstone 3148
    Rating:
    (17)
    Deep tissue, relaxation, Swedish, Acupressure, Shiatsu and hot stone massage, Zenicure Massage Chadstone are masters at them all.
  20. Harmony Relaxation Massage

    1/498 Hampton Street, Hampton 3188
    Rating:
    (9)
    Harmony Relaxation Massage specialises in deep tissue, sports massage, hot stone massage, reflexology, cupping, and foot pampering.
Average rating of venues offering Cupping accross Australia
4.6 · based on 557 reviews of 197 venues

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CUPPING

Cupping therapy may be really trendy now, but it's not new. Dating all the way back to ancient Egypt, China, and the Middle East, its therapeutic qualities have long been recognised.

Cupping is considered to be a form of alternative medicine, and is closely linked with traditional Chinese medicine. It is a very specific skill and you should always book with a recognised practitioner.

There are two distinct forms of cupping therapy - dry and wet. Most people opt for dry cupping as the alternative does sound a little scary at first.

Treats Pain & Inflammation

The traditional way of carrying out dry cupping is for the practitioner to burn a small amount of flammable material in the cup. When the fire goes out, the cup will be placed upside down on your skin. As the cup cools, it creates a seal and a vacuum, which leads to those raised red circles you see on the skin.

This may seem like a strange treatment to have, but it's actually very beneficial in treating pain and inflammation. It also acts like a deep tissue massage to give you a real sense of peace and relaxation.

Traditional cups are made from glass, earthenware or bamboo. Some cupping practitioners use silicone cups or a rubber pump so, if you prefer a more authentic treatment, be sure to ask what they use when you book.

Get Rid of Toxins

With wet cupping, treatment starts out the same but, when the cup is removed, the practitioner makes some tiny cuts on your skin with a small scalpel. Cupping is then repeated, in order to draw out a little blood.

This type of cupping therapy is believed to draw out toxins and other harmful substances from your body.

Do be aware that, although not painful, cupping will leave marks on your skin for a couple of days, so definitely don't go for a session straight before a big night out. Generally the marks are red, but they can appear bruised if the session was to treat an injury or energy blockage.

Cupping Offers Many Benefits

Qualified cupping practitioners, like the ones you'll find here at BookWell, believe this ancient treatment offers many beneficial effects.

  • Blood Booster - Cupping can help with blood disorders, including anaemia and haemophilia.
  • Anti-inflammatory - Cupping therapy stimulates your body to produce anti-inflammatory chemicals, to further aid recovery. It can help with arthritis, fibromyalgia, fertility problems, skin problems, depression, anxiety, allergies, migraines and even varicose veins.
  • Better Blood Flow - Cupping works by drawing blood flow to the affected area to boost healing, and also helps the tissue develop new blood flow.
  • Relaxation - The great thing about cupping therapy is that it can be combined with a massage for maximum benefit and relaxation. In which case, you'll need to look through our list of practitioners for one who does both.

Few Side Effects

If you're concerned about cupping therapy side effects, rest assured. Apart from that redness or mild bruising we mentioned, most people experience no side effects with dry cupping.

If you opt for wet cupping, you may feel a little discomfort. The practitioner may apply soothing medicated ointment and a dressing.

If you are unsure whether a cupping treatment is suitable for you - for example, you may be pregnant - why not discuss it with your doctor first. And you should always share any concerns with the cupping practitioner.

Celebrity Status

Interestingly, the number of people seeking cupping therapy swells dramatically every time the Olympic Games take place. This is due to the fact that many members of the Australian, US and Chinese swim teams have been spotted - quite literally!

Ever since Australia's Michael Phelps showed off his cupping 'bruises' at the Rio Games, this treatment has enjoyed celebrity status.

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