Wood therapy is a technique used to sculpt the body. Each wood stick instrument has a specific use for particular areas. Wood therapy helps diminish fat while toning.
What is Wood Therapy?
In the 90’s, a therapist in Colombia developed a new and unique wood therapy method and redesigned wood tools with a smoother finish and adapted it to cater to aesthetic purposes. They also coined the name Maderoterapia, which translates directly to Wood Therapy.
This technique of Wood Therapy has seen a surge in popularity, primarily in South America.
Wood therapy uses a number of different wooden massage-like tools to help break down fat and cellulite. The wooden instruments are used to apply direct pressure to “problem areas” and essentially naturally eliminate excess body fat. Each wood instrument has a specific use for a particular area of the body. These instruments allow highly targeted pressure to be applied, and that pressure intensifies the breakdown of fat and fibrous cellulite so that it can be eliminated naturally, along with other toxins. When done correctly, it can support lymphatic drainage, which helps reduce the appearance of cellulite.
Maderotherapy can also help with:
- Stimulating blood circulation and lymphatic drainage
- Reducing wrinkles
- Alleviating stress
- Loosening tight muscles
- Breaking down cellulite and burning fat
- Naturally eliminating toxins in your body
- Speeding up your metabolism