Credits: Bodhi Bodywork
What Are The Benefits Of Wood Therapy?
Wood therapy became popular in recent years after getting recognized for its wide range of benefits, some of the most notable are including:
Body Contouring (aka Sculpting) - Wood tools are used mildly aggressively moving toward 1 direction to sculpt portions of the body.
This works by moving blood and breaking down fat in certain areas. Popular places include the thighs, glutes, stomach, and more using a variety of different wood therapy tools.
Breaking Down Fat - Wood therapy rollers are used aggressively by going back and forth consistently to break down fat and restructure tight tissue in desired areas.
Popular tools that are used include ropes with wood rollers and stick rollers.
Reduce Appearance of Cellulite - Surprisingly, wood tools have also been found to help reduce the appearance of cellulite which is done by restructuring tight fascia tissue, which is what gives the dimple-like appearance.
Wood rollers are typically used aggressively going back and forth in a small area.
Drain the Lymphatic System - Wood therapy sculpting and rolling tools have become popular for helping drain the lymphatic system of bodily toxins.
This is often done using a single tool and moving upward toward the heart or armpit area where lymph nodes are.
Is Wood Therapy Effective?
As mentioned in our blog: How Effective is Wood Therapy?
"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."
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.
- Wood therapy is a massage technique using specifically wooden massage tools, primarily stick rollers and suction cups to move blood through the body and break down fat.
- Wood therapy became popular in recent years after getting recognized for its wide range of benefits, some of the most notable are body contouring (sculpting), breaking down fat, reducing the appearance of cellulite, and draining the lymphatic system.
- To be effective, the tools must be used properly with the right technique and used consistently to see longer-lasting results.