Wood Therapy

Wood Therapy or Body Contouring is an ancient Eastern technique used for cosmetic treatment and rehabilitation. It has become extremely popular, with influencers and celebrities introducing it on social networking sites as an effective treatment.

What is Wood Therapy?

Wood Therapy is a natural, holistic, non-invasive cosmetic method of massage using a variety of wooden tools designed for specific areas of the body.

Wood Therapy is an effective and effortless way to contour the body without damaging skin or tissue. Wood Therapy comes in a variety of sizes and shapes, and each tool can be used on a specific area of the body. Wood therapy removes cellulite from the body and creates a supple body. Wood Therapy regulates, reduces, sculpts, and removes fat deposits in different areas of the body.

Wood Therapy promotes the breakdown of fat and fibrous cellulite so that it can be eliminated naturally along with other toxins. The technique uses repetitive movements with various wooden instruments to manipulate targeted muscle, fat, and cellulite areas and stimulate lymphatic drainage to remove unwanted water, fat, and toxins from the body. Ten to fifteen treatments are required to obtain the desired effect.

Types of Wood Therapy Treatment

The most frequently requested types of wood therapy treatments are:

  • Facial Wood Therapy: Activates collagen and elastin production in the face and strengthens the skin.
  • Body Wood Therapy: Tones the body, reduces fat and relieves pain.
  • Anti-cellulite wood therapy: Massage to remove accumulated fat in various areas of the body such as hips, abdomen, back, and buttocks (can also be sculpted to give a toned appearance). Cellulite can be effectively removed.
  • Madel Therapy: tightens, shapes, and enlarges the breasts.

Effects of Madel Therapy

The effects of Madel Therapy are varied, but for fast and effective results, it is desirable to concentrate on one area.

  • Strengthens and tautens the skin.
  • Activates blood circulation.
  • Improves muscle tone.
  • Relieves contractures, back and neck pain, and joint discomfort.
  • Relaxes muscles and promotes mental recovery
  • Reduces stress, combats fatigue, and balances energy.
  • Promotes localized lipolysis.
  • Promotes the production of collagen, elastin, and vitamin E
  • Reduces adipose tissue and regulates lymphatic circulation
  • Relaxes the legs, smoothes the skin, and improves elasticity.

We must remember that this is not enough to achieve visible results and realize maximum potential; a balanced diet, good hydration, and constant exercise are also important.

Wood Therapy Equipment

Wood Therapy techniques use different tools for different parts of the body.

  • Shaping board: helps to expel fat and promote the elimination of toxins.
  • Swedish cups. Localized fat is treated and different areas can be sculpted, such as the thighs, abdomen, hips, and buttocks.
  • Mushrooms: Used on areas of cellulite concern.
  • Striped rollers. Activates the lymphatic and circulatory systems and promotes the removal of fat cells.
  • Cube roller. Activates lipolysis and gradually reduces the size of fat cells.
  • Curved rollers. Applied to fatty areas, it promotes fat reduction.

Contraindications of wood therapy

  • Recent surgery or acute injury.
  • Neuritis
  • Skin disorders
  • Varicose veins (varicose veins)
  • Undiagnosed lumps or bumps
  • Pregnancy
  • Bruises
  • Cuts
  • Abrasions
  • Sunburns
  • Undiagnosed pain
  • Inflammation, such as arthritis
  • Cardiovascular disease (thrombosis, phlebitis, hypertension, heart disease, etc.)
  • edema
  • Psoriasis or eczema
  • Uncontrolled high blood pressure
  • Osteoporosis