Janna Storino


Cupping by Janna Storino

Welcome to the Cupping Oasis at Janna Storino Wellness, where this ancient therapeutic practice merges with modern wellness under the expert care of Dr. Janna Storino. Cupping, a technique with roots in traditional medicine, offers a myriad of potential benefits aimed at enhancing your physical and mental well-being.

Our cupping sessions are tailored to address a range of concerns, from musculoskeletal pain and tension to stress and detoxification. By creating suction on specific areas of the body, cupping is believed to improve blood flow, promote relaxation, and aid in the body’s natural detoxification process.

At the Cupping Oasis, Dr. Storino employs this time-tested method to provide relief and rejuvenation. Whether you’re seeking pain alleviation, stress reduction, or a holistic approach to detox, our cupping sessions offer a soothing experience that goes beyond the surface.

Embark on a journey to improved circulation, relaxation, and overall well-being. With Dr. Janna Storino’s expertise, discover the transformative effects of cupping—a therapeutic oasis where ancient wisdom meets contemporary care.

Frequently Asked Questions

Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction. It’s used for many purposes, including pain relief, inflammation, blood flow, relaxation, and as a type of deep-tissue massage.

The benefits of cupping can include pain relief, reduced muscle stiffness, increased blood flow, improved relaxation and well-being, and a form of deep-tissue massage. Some people use it for skin health, digestion, and to improve symptoms of some diseases.

Yes, there are several types of cupping, including dry cupping (suction only) and wet cupping (combination of suction and controlled medicinal bleeding).

Cupping is generally not painful. Some people feel a pulling sensation during the therapy, and there can be some discomfort depending on the level of suction and the condition of the muscles being treated.

Common side effects include temporary bruising and redness. Mild discomfort during the procedure is possible, and there’s a rare risk of skin infection.

A typical cupping session lasts about 10 to 15 minutes, although the time can vary based on the treatment’s goals and the individual’s condition.

While many people can benefit from cupping, it’s not suitable for everyone. People with certain health conditions, skin issues, or those who are pregnant should consult with a healthcare professional before trying cupping.

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