Wood Therapy (massage)


Since wood therapy is a massage technique, it may be safe to assume that you will experience the benefits of a massage, such as relaxation and alleviation of tight muscles.

It may even reduce the appearance of cellulite. When done correctly, massage therapy can support lymphatic drainage, which may reduce cellulite’s appearance, at least temporarily.

Massage can also help stretch and elongate skin tissue, which may also make the skin appear smoother.

There is, however, no evidence that you can maintain these benefits long term or that utilizing wooden tools enhances them.

Wood therapy doesn’t typically combine agents, such as creams containing retinoids or caffeineTrusted Source, with massage. These topical agents might provide better results than wood therapy or massage alone.

Other topical preparations may also help prolong benefits when you combine them with massage. These include herbal preparationsTrusted Source that contain ingredients, such as turmeric, black pepper, and ginger.

These ingredients reduce inflammation and promote lipolysis, a process that breaks apart fats in the body.


60 min massage

Wood Therapy (massage)