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Contemporary Cupping Methods Certification Program
(CCT Designation)
Advanced Cupping Techniques Modules
Facial Rejuvenation Advanced Module


The ICTA Cupping workshops are focused on expanding the practice of all Healthcare Professionals including Massage Therapists, Registered Nurses, Physical Therapists, Acupuncturists, Chiropractors, Naturopaths, Medical Doctors, etc. 

>>>>> All ICTA classes are taught in the English language <<<<<

The first prerequisite for approval to attend is the strong understanding, both verbal and written knowledge of the English language.

 

Prerequisites for taking the Contemporary Cupping Methods Certification Program
(CCT Designation)

The prerequisite for the Contemporary Cupping Methods training is the completed study of Anatomy & Physiology (A&P).

The ICTA does not teach A&P, as A&P is part of all core curriculum of formal medical training.  

As continuing education providers, our objective is to extend the knowledge beyond the core competencies of any given field of Healthcare training.  We require that that CCM participants are knowledgeable with systems, pathologies, structures, terminology, movement, contraindications and safety considerations covered in medical A&P.  

If you do not know what A&P is, then you will need to take it upon yourself to complete this basic medical competency and meet the prerequisites for the ICTA programs.

 

Prerequisites for taking the Advanced Cupping Techniques Modules

The Advanced Cupping Techniques curriculum is designed for Cupping Therapists who are at the intermediate - experienced level of Cupping competency and who have been actively providing Cupping Therapy in their practices for at least 6 months.

The format of this workshop is such that practitioners are hands on within the 1st hour and remain so until the end of the program - either providing or receiving.

That being understood, it is vitally important that those attending are ready to follow the program and perform the treatments without delays in learning how to perform proper Cupping Therapy or operate their equipment.

This curriculum builds upon the foundations of the EarthSpa Health Traditions Negative Pressure Massage and the ICTA Contemporary Cupping Methods Programs. There are other education programs in the application of Cupping Therapy that effectively cover the basics of Cupping well enough to prepare most practitioners for the Advanced Class - please email us with information on the program you have attended.

1) A fluid operational understanding of the equipment used in class.

2) You need to have attended a minimum 24 hours of Continuing Education Program (this does NOT include DVD training) in Cupping Therapy where you covered theory, systems, applications, benefits, contraindications, discoloration of the subdermal surface (it's indicators and pathology), Biomagnetics, safety, sanitation, client education and support.

The methods you will be using in lab are the Dynamic, Massage, Stationary, Intermittant, Biomagnetic and MLD Cupping methods - make sure you are comfortable performing these methods.

Please email us a copy of your certificate that meets this prerequesite.

If you have registered in one of the advanced workshops and do not have each of the 4 types you'll use (see above link to equipment), contact Stefan and she will help make sure you are prepared to take the training.

 



Prerequisites for taking the Facial Rejuvenation Advanced Module

The prerequisites for the Facial Rejuvenation training is either training in formal Facial Aesthetics by an approved Esthetics Institute or the completed study of Anatomy & Physiology (A&P) as described above in the CCM prerequisites.

 

 

 

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CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR CUPPING
Cupping is contraindicated in cases of severe diseases, lesions, bulging discs, injection sites, organ failure, ascites due to hepato-cirrhosis and severe edema, as well as hemorrhagic diseases such as allergic pupura, hemophilia and leukemia, and clients with dermatosis, destruction of skin, or allergic dermatitis. Cupping should not be applied on the portion where hernia exists or has occurred in the past. For pregnant women, the lower abdomen, medial leg and sacral region should be avoided.

Professional Cupping Therapists practice pre-session assessments - not only at the time of initial intake but everytime they prepare to administer Cupping Therapy on their clients. Client needs can change from day to day - addressing those needs can also change.

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