Body wood therapy
What is Wood Therapy?
Wood Therapy is an effortless and efficient way of contouring the body without harming the skin or tissue. The wood elements come in different sizes and shapes, and each Wooden instrument has a specific use for a particular area of the body.
Wood Therapy helps fight cellulite on the body, leaving it silky and smooth. Wood Therapy will tone, reduce, mold, and eliminate stored fat in different parts of the body.
How to eliminate cellulite with wood therapy?
Wood Therapy intensifies the breakdown of fat and fibrous cellulite so that it can be eliminated naturally with other toxins. This technique employs repetitive movements using different wooden instruments to manipulate targeted areas of muscle, fat, and cellulite, stimulating the lymphatic drainage system to remove unnecessary water, fat, and toxins from the body.
What do you use for wood therapy?
Wood therapy is a vigorous massage technique that utilizes wooden, handheld tools, such as rolling pins and vacuum-suction cups. Purportedly, wood therapy is centuries old and originated in Asia.
What Benefits Come with Wood Therapy? – Benefits & Results
Wood therapy comes with a host of benefits including
- Natural, non-invas.ive
- Activates lymphatic system
- Reduces/fights/combats water retention
- Breaks down cellulite
- breaking down body fat, & Reduces sizes
- Define arms and legs
- Tones and tightens skin
- Firms thighs and buttocks
- stimulating blood circulation,
- accelerating metabolism,
- naturally ridding the body of toxins,
- and loosening tight muscles.
Is Wood Therapy Effective?
Well, people are different and they, therefore, respond differently to such treatments. You also have to consider other factors like the consistency of treatment, weight, and age.
However, most people who have had it do confirm that the therapy helped them in loosening tight muscles and eliminating toxins naturally from the body.
How Long Does It Take to See Results?
This is a tricky question because the answer lies in how often you get the therapy done. However, you should be able to notice a slight difference after your first session.
Most people begin to see the effects after three to five sessions. A series of 10-15 treatments are necessary to achieve the desired results.
Are its Results Permanent?
Wood therapy tends to be more effective when used as continuous treatment, just like how massages work. By that, we mean that the more consistent you are, the more desirable results you will get and the longer they will last.