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Shannon Gilmartin

Shannon Gilmartin, author of The Guide To Modern Cupping Therapy

Shannon Gilmartin, CMT, is a licensed and nationally certified massage therapist (2000), certified vacuum therapies practitioner (2004) and educator (2008). In addition to her focus in therapeutic cupping, she has over 15 years of experience in therapeutic bodywork, including: medical massage, myofascial release, neuromuscular, craniosacral, soft tissue injury rehabilitation, Thai massage and visceral manipulation. She has taught all over the States and abroad and she practices in Virginia Beach.

Shannon has authored ‘The Guide to Modern Cupping Therapy: A Step-by-Step Source for Vacuum Therapies,’been published in Massage Today, Massage Magazine, and online interviews with ‘Bodywork Buddy.’

Shannon is also very passionate about her work with charitable organizations, including Global Healthworks Foundation, Homes of Hope Orphanage system, and Surfers Healing.

Stacie Nevelus

Stacie is a licensed massage therapist in Florida (1999), certified vacuum therapies practitioner (2005) and educator (2009).  She has specialized in therapeutic and sports massage applications and became certified in Neuromuscular therapy. She has taught all over the States and abroad and she practices in Florida.

Stacie has become known as a specialist in acute and chronic injuries as well as working with competing and professional athletes.  Stacie has worked with many athletes ranging from world ranked tennis professionals, triathletes, national and Olympics runners, MLB and NFL players all while integrating the wonders of Modern Cupping Therapy.  Integrating Modern Cupping Therapy into treatment sessions has been an amazing addition to her practice, continuously yielding incredible results.

Stacie was featured in Massage Magazine in October 2012 issue for Best Practices.  She has also published many articles in Massage Today and Massage Message.  Stacie brings her passion for bodywork and Modern Cupping Therapy to the table and the classroom.

Shannon Gilmartin

Shannon Gilmartin, author of The Guide To Modern Cupping Therapy

Shannon Gilmartin, CMT, is a licensed and nationally certified massage therapist (2000), certified vacuum therapies practitioner (2004) and educator (2008). In addition to her focus in massage cupping, she has over 15 years of experience in therapeutic bodywork, including: medical massage, myofascial release, neuromuscular, craniosacral, soft tissue injury rehabilitation, Thai massage and visceral manipulation.

She has taught all over the States and abroad and she practices in Virginia Beach.

She has authored ‘The Guide to Modern Cupping Therapy: A Step-by-Step Source for Vacuum Therapies,’been published in Massage Today, Massage Magazine, and online interviews with ‘Bodywork Buddy.’

She is also very passionate about her work with charitable organizations, including Global Healthworks Foundation, Homes of Hope Orphanage system, and Surfers Healing.

children receiving cupping therapy

Stacie Nevelus

Stacie is a licensed massage therapist in Florida (1999), certified vacuum therapies practitioner (2005) and educator (2009).  She has specialized in therapeutic and sports massage applications and became certified in Neuromuscular therapy. She has taught all over the States and abroad and she practices in Florida.

Stacie has become known as a specialist in acute and chronic injuries as well as working with competing and professional athletes.  Stacie has worked with many athletes ranging from world ranked tennis professionals, triathletes, national and Olympics runners, MLB and NFL players all while integrating the wonders of Modern Cupping Therapy.  Integrating Modern Cupping Therapy into treatment sessions has been an amazing addition to her practice, continuously yielding incredible results.

Stacie was featured in Massage Magazine in October 2012 issue for Best Practices.  She has also published many articles in Massage Today and Massage Message.  Stacie brings her passion for bodywork and Modern Cupping Therapy to the table and the classroom.

children receiving cupping therapy
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