How Effective is Wood Therapy?

Wood therapy was a rarely spoken about technique until recent years, when it gained popularity quickly on social media due to its effectiveness with increasing blood flow and lymphatic drainage.

I think everyone can agree that naturopathy is better than going under the knife, and it should be avoided if alternate treatments are available. But then the question arises, how effective is wood therapy?

How Does Wood Therapy Work?

Wood therapy is a technique that can be done with a variety of wooden tools, at home or with a massage therapist, to move blood flow to desired areas.

While many people in recent years have been using this technique to help "sculpt the body's shape", others have found that wood therapy can be great for draining the lymphatic system as well.

The main difference is how you use the tool, for the goal you are trying to achieve. That is what will determine the effectiveness of wood therapy!

Is Wood Therapy Effective?

While there hasn't been any scientific studies that prove the exact effectiveness, there is an overwhelming amount of supporters who have seen amazing benefits such as Maria and many others on social media who swear by it.

The effectiveness of wood therapy mainly comes down to how you use the tools, and how often you use them.

Wood Therapy Effectiveness
Credits: The Angels Touch

We all know there is a big difference between a massage at home vs with a professional, so it is essential that you use the tools properly to get your desired results. Click here to learn how to use wood therapy tools the proper way.

 

The Summary

- Wood therapy has gained popularity quickly on social media in recent years due to its effectiveness with blood flow and lymphatic drainage.

- The technique can be done with a variety of wooden massage tools, at home or with a massage therapist, to move blood flow to desired areas. The benefits are increasing blood flow to "sculpt the body's shape" or drain the lymphatic system.

- While wood therapy has gained popularity with being effective for the mentioned benefits, there are, unfortunately, no scientific studies completed yet to prove the % of effectiveness.

- To be effective, the tools must be used properly with the right technique and used consistently to see longer-lasting results.

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