Cupping & Gua Sha Level 1 Certification

October 13, 2019

October 13, 2019

9:00 am To 5:30 pm

820 Tyvola Road, Ste 203 Charlotte, NC, USA




Event Description

Learn the basic five element theory – specific acu-points for cupping, location of acu-points and uses, myofascial-trigger points for every muscle (except abdominals, safe application and indications, history, use, functions, purposes, types, proper sanitation, client evaluations and contraindications.


Renee Osborne, R.TCMP, R.Ac CTCMPAO


About the Instructor

My goal is to help you achieve optimum health and wellness. Through working with my patients I have seen the impressive results that acupuncture and Chinese medicine can have. I am grateful to be able to share the benefit of my extensive education with you. My background includes training not only in acupuncture, but in a wide array of Chinese medicine modalities, nursing, massage therapy and cosmetology. I teach many courses to registered professionals. I specialize in autoimmune disorders, fertility, trauma interrupted healing and  cosmetic acupuncture.

Dr. Osborne is registered with The College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO) and College of Nurses Ontario (CNO) .

Registration Details

Contact Dr. Renee Osborne to register: 613-304-6178 or email: [email protected]

Related Classes

Cupping Massage

Used by multiple cultures for thousands of years, cupping therapy is believed to encourage blood flow in areas of the body that need relaxation and healing. Traditional methods use heat to warm cups that are then placed over the skin. As the cup cools, it creates a vacuum that gently draws the skin into the cup. Newer methods like vacuum therapy use mechanical aids to create suction.

Cupping CE courses are offered in both traditional and modern methods. Traditional methods include standard cupping and stronger suction methods like fire cupping. Modern methods include hand-pump suction and vacuum therapy. Oil-aided applications that allow the cup to be moved can be applied to most methods, and silicon cups can be used for facials and patients that bruise easily.