Impacts of Cupping Noted in Massages
One year after integrating cupping into her practice, Licensed Massage Therapist Mary Radewahn, of Power of Touch, in Naples, reports a tremendous response as part of comprehensive massages. “It’s less invasive, especially with inflammation,” she says. A recent client “couldn’t move her neck, and she’s now pain-free. It vacuums impurities out of the body.”
Radewahn, who is certified in cupping by a practitioner in Sarasota, cites many other benefits, including reducing congestion, adhesions, anxiety, toxins and deep tissue stiffness, as well as improvement in circulation, range of motion and muscle and connective tissue flexibility.
Her massages also include aroma and vibration therapy, moist heating pads, hot and Himalayan stones and hot towel foot wraps.
Location: 4156 Tamiami Trl. N., inside Suzanna’s Image full-service salon. For more information or an appointment, call or text (preferred) 239-571-2903 or visit PowerOfTouch.com.Edit ModuleShow Tags