Massage Cupping
Linda A. Brisk, B.A., LMP
“Inspired Bodywork; facilitating optimal wellness”

Massage Cupping has its founding in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Massage Cupping is a negative pressure massage technique that lifts and separates adhered layers of tissue, restores blood flow and stimulates the lymphatic system.

In Massage Cupping, different tools can be used: Fire Cups, Vacuum Cups, Silicone (or Rubber) Cups. Massage Cupping can be integrated into a massage session with other techniques or used on its own, depending on the needs of the client or patient.

Linda uses Silicone and Manual Vacuum Cups in her practice. She integrates Massage Cupping into her treatments to release tension from overused and chronically tense muscles, to increase circulation (blood and lymph flow) and to treat specific muscle injuries (sprains / strains).
Linda uses Massage Cupping (combined with other massage techniques) to treat:

  • Overall Stress and Tension in the body
  • Headaches
  • Low Back Pain
  • Shoulder Strain / Upper Back Tension
  • TOS (Thoracic Outlet Syndrome)
  • Repetitive Stress Injuries (i.e. hands and arms)
  • Knee and Low Back Issues (due to hypertone quads, hamstrings, and IT band)

Medical Insurance Accepted: *Premera *Lifewise * First Choice *Aetna *United Health Care
Cash paying clientele:

60 Minute Session – $75.
90 Minute Session – $120.
SAVE $25 to $100 when you purchase 2013 Wellness Packages

Appointments available at EIMED Clinic – Saturdays 8:00 am – 3:00 pm

Call Linda at 206.235.4680 to schedule your appointment


Leave a Reply

Philosophy of Natural Medicine

- Do no harm
- Find and treat the cause
- Treat the whole person
- Doctor as teacher
- The healing power of nature
- Promote wellness


- Preventive care may result in fewer sick days.
- Improved overall health and well-being (establishing a healthy diet and lifestyle program).
- Natural, non-invasive approach to illness (may reduce medication use).

Holiday Hours

The office will be closed Dec 31 - Jan 4, 2018 and will resume normal business hours on Jan 7, 2018.