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Functional Cupping Course 23rd January 2018 Stirling
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Functional Cupping Course 23rd January 2018 Stirling

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Functional Integrated Cupping Therapy for Pain Management and Sports Rehabilitation Tuesday 23rd January 2018 , 9am - 5pm Stirling Enterprise Park , John Player Road, Stirling , FK7 7RP The £175.00 Course investment includes certificate , manual and a Cupping kit to take away and start practicing immediately. Delegates will learn how to examine a client and to apply negative pressure with the use of glass cups. Cupping can alleviate pain, decrease swelling, increase range of motion in joints which may help the healing process.  By creating negative pressure above the surface of the tissues, we allow the surface tissue to be lifted upwards and changing the pressure on underlying tissues, such as nerves, capillaries and fascia. Who can attend? Manual therapists (Treatment Massage, Sports Massage, Structural Integration, Remedial Therapists (Physical therapists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths), Movement Therapists (Yoga, Pilates, Somatic Therapists, Athletic Trainers), Acupuncturists, Detoxification Specialist, Occupational Therapists, Naturopathic Physicians, Nurses, Doctors.

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