Running every month, our popular one day Cupping Course aims to provide practitioners with an extra tool that is easily incorporated into treatment plans as a standalone technique or alongside other therapies. The areas of focus will include the practical application and diagnostic principles for fire cupping, suction cupping, flash cupping and slide (massage) cupping. Specific attention will be placed on cupping for injury rehabilitation and prevention, as well as cupping to boost the immune system.
This CPD is mainly practical, with most emphasis placed on good technique and understanding, plus we keep our teaching groups small to ensure high standards throughout. On completion you will receive a full certificate allowing you to practice on patients with full insurance. We will also provide you with suction and glass cupping sets and accessories to start you on your cupping journey.
Our Cupping CPD is extremely popular throughout the UK, and early booking is recommended.
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Theory and Principles
Origins of Cupping
Various types of Cupping and their uses
Indications & Contraindications of Cupping
Slide (Massage) Cupping
Protocols for specific conditions, including injury rehabilitation and prevention techniques, and respiratory conditions
September 2017 – 14th
October 2017 – 17th LIMITED SPACES
November 2017 – FULLY BOOKED
December 2017 – FULLY BOOKED
January 2017 – FULLY BOOKED
February 2018 – 24th FULLY BOOKED
March 2018 – 17th LIMITED SPACES
April 2018 – 14th
May 2018 – TBC
June 2018 – TBC
Duration: 1 day workshop, 9:00am to 4:00pm (with lunch break)
Cost: £180 (Including free glass cupping set, plastic suction cupping set, and clinic accessories to start you in your Cupping profession).
Location: 35 Heaton Moor Rd, Heaton Moor, Manchester SK4 4PB
Cupping is an ancient Chinese Medicine treatment that involves a vacuumed cup being placed on to the body helping to promote the flow of circulation by mobilising blood and body fluids and dispersing stagnation. Cupping can treat musculoskeletal complaints, including injury prevention and rehabilitation, as well as non-muscular skeletal complaints such as respiratory conditions and irregular menstruation. Although cupping therapy drew worldwide attention during the 2016 Rio Olympics, Cupping has in fact been around for thousands of years, and has been used heavily in both Eastern and Western cultures.
Our courses are fully accredited by the Acupuncture Society and the British Acupuncture Federation. This ensures that our courses meet the highest standards, and allows our graduates eligibility to apply for membership and professional registration with both the Acupuncture Society and the British Acupuncture Federation. Our graduates will be eligible to practice immediately with full practice insurance.