Introduction to Myofascial Decompression Cupping

December 8, 2018

December 8, 2018

8:00 am To 5:30 pm

556 Seascape Drive, Miramar Beach, FL, USA



Event Description


Introduction to Myofascial Decompression Cupping Day 1

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By: Stacy Reed, LPN, LMT

Seascape Resort Conference Center, Miramar Beach,  Florida (Destin Area)

  • Saturday,  December 8, 2018 
  • Seascape Resort Conference Center, Miramar Beach,  Florida (Destin Area) 1 Hour East of Pensacola
  • Saturday – 8AM – 5:30PM


Myofascial Decompression Cupping Day 1 – Introduction to Myofascial Cupping – Treatment for the Client Whose Results with Traditional Therapy Don’t Last  or MDC, is intended for those therapists interested in using Massage Cupping procedures on patients for the relief of pain, restoration of function and as add on spa treatments.  MDC provides students with a solid theoretical and experiential foundation in Myofascial Decompression Cupping. The course includes the history of cupping and it’s newer version: Massage & Myofascial Cupping; emphasizes the interactions of the Skin, Fascial, Muscular, Lymph and energetic systems of the body and how to influence significant, longer lasting pain relieving results.  In addition to treatment plans, MDC also provides thorough lecture, case studies, demonstrations, guided hands-on cupping practice, instruction on the identification and release of restrictions in the body (to aid in softening tissue, moving lymph, increasing circulation, detoxification, lifting and plumping tissue) stressing individualized treatments for each patient.



  Static Cupping             Dynamic Cupping         Myofascial Cupping

  • Static/Stationary Cupping
  • Dynamic/Moving/Massage Cupping
  • Flash Cupping
  • Myofascial Decompression Cupping
  • Superficial Tissue & Fascial Restrictions Softening, Molding and Hydration
  • Cupping Techniques: Scooping, Traction, Friction, Rotational, Vibratory
  • Cupping Techniques for: Muscle Spasms, Adhesions, Fascia Molding,
  • Use of Silicone Cups and Plastic Cups with Pump Gun



Upon completion of this course, including the lecture, demonstration and lab, the participant will be able to:

  • Explain and apply the concepts of  Myofascial Decompression Cupping with a thorough understanding of the History of Cupping.,  Physiological Effects, Indications, Contraindications, Potential Reactions,  and Proper Techniques of Massage Cupping.
  • Describe the unique qualities of the  Myofascial Decompression Cupping Treatments.
  • Understand the principles of Myofascial Decompression Cupping  application.
  • Utilize and demonstrate application skills in guided laboratory sessions.
  • Describe the various cupping  techniques and their clinical applications
  • Apply various cupping techniques to the approved areas of the body to produce positive changes and for treatment of the dysfunction.


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(*$130 Savings off Regular Price to 1st 10 Registrants)


Introduction to Myofascial Decompression Cupping Day 1  is approved by NCBTMB for 8 Hours CE as a Live Class.  Please check with your state licensing board prior to registering to determine if NCBTMB CE credits are accepted.


Full Payment is required to reserve a space in the class. Enrollment is limited.  Fee includes materials to use in class, seminar instruction, hands on workshop training, seminar certificate (if class is attended in full)

You may cancel your registration up to 30 days prior to the seminar.  Your registration fee will be refunded less a $50 processing fee.  If you need to cancel less than 30 days prior to the seminar you may transfer your registration to another seminar date by us.  

We reserve the right to cancel any seminar, in which case the registration fee will be returned in full. We are not responsible for any airline or hotel guaranteed reservations.



Stacy Reed, LMT, LPN

122 Seascape Dr Unit 1001, Miramar Beach, Fl

About the Instructor

Stacy Reed, LMT, LPN


  • Licensed Nurse since 1993.  License Massage Therapist since 2012
  • Critical Care/Emergency Room Nurse primarily for over 12 years and assisted as a float nurse for  ICU, Medical Surgical, Outpatient Surgery, Pediatrics, Mother/Baby, Step- Down Unit then transferred to Quality Resource Management and Hospital Case Manager.  After leaving the hospital, Stacy continued her nursing career as Home Health Case Manager, Hospice Case Manager and Hospice Critical Care Nurse followed by a  Home Health Nursing Supervisor Postion.
  • 2009 Stacy contracted H1N1 and was placed on Life Support. During her rehab, she discovered the benefits of Massage and Cupping Therapy and her passion for Cupping Therapy.
  • 2012 Stacy began her practice as a Cupping Massage Therapist after obtaining her Georgia Massage License and learning cupping from teachers based in the US and Australia.  Stacy also took advanced classes in  Herbalism and Magpuncture from a Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner. Stacy is currently the Owner of Cupping Warehouse, USA, Canada & Mexico and continues to teach Cupping Classes.
  • Specializing in: Medicupping, Massage Cupping, Myofascial Decompression Cupping, John Barnes Myofascial Release,  Burns & Scar Therapy, Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Neuromuscular & Trigger Point Therapy, Orthopedic Massage, Lymphatic Drainage, Thai Hand and Foot Massage, Bamboo Cupping, Reiki Master Practitioner,

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