Targeted Slimming Massage with Cupping

The cupping method increases the treatment’s performance and speed up the slimming process.

How does this work?

When fat causes cellulite, over time, it can harden under the form of lumps beneath your skin, and cannot be removed by just a massage.

Cupping therapy promotes weight loss and full-body toning by stimulating acu-points and running them along the lymphatic lines. These special acu-points provide your circulatory system with the energy required to metabolize body fat, including the fat in your problem areas and the fat around your internal organs. A more efficient circulation can facilitate the removal of toxins and excess water that are causing or increasing your weight problems.

Furthermore, the suction created helps to reach fat located in the deeper level, and separate it from the fibers. Once ruptured, it will be liquified and all its waist will be flushed out through the lymphatic system.

Are the results visible immediately? 

You can feel an immediate relief after the first session, due to improved lymphatic and blood circulation. Some people feel a bit sore the next day, just as if they had done an intense yoga session! After 5-6 sessions, the appearance of your skin will be more even. After 7-10 sessions, your skin is firmer and the resistant fat has been eliminated. The number of sessions depend on each individual's current situation, as well as life hygiene. Some patients may require less sessions, some more.  

Targeted Slimming Massage Program

Therapists will be able to allocate each session to work on specific areas and alternate them, until completion of the treatment. 

Benefits of Slimming Massage Program

  • Shape your tummy, back, thighs, arms and other problem areas
  • Reduce cellulite throughout your body while firming your skin
  • Stimulation blood circulation
  • Increased energy level

Surface fat forms on the surface of your abdomen, buttocks, thighs and other problem areas. This type of fat also causes cellulite, which occurs when lumps of fat beneath your skin harden over time. Visceral fat forms within your abdomen, and can be found around internal organs such as the liver, stomach and intestines.