The diploma will teach students how to cup patients safely and hygienically as well as diagnose their medical condition.


Through formal teaching and practical demonstrations, students
will be confident enough to cup others and gain an insight to the anatomy,
physiology & pathology.


Formal training takes place over two days in a classroom


Day 1 consists of mainly theory and Day 2 mainly practical
work introducing:


Massage cupping 

Fire cupping

Wet cupping.

It can take between 3 to 6 months to complete the course.
Once completed, one can obtain insurance and begin a career in cupping.

fire cupping

This course teaches the traditional method of fire cupping, an ancient technique used in Chinese medicine. There are a number of benefits of fire cupping and its effects such as relaxation and to help with pain and inflammation.

Course content includes:

-Anatomical significance of the cupping points and their link with illnesses.
-Study of anatomy, physiology and pathology of the body.
-Procedures in Health, safety & hygiene.

-Certified hijama and fire cupping course
-Course recognised and validated by IPHM
-Insurance available immediately upon completion of the course
-Post course support available and CPD

This course is open to everybody 16 and above.
Students will receive a certificate once they have successfully completed the course.