WoodSculpt Therapy is a type of massage therapy that utilizes wooden tools to apply pressure and stimulate the body’s natural healing mechanisms. This therapy design to reduce muscle tension, improve circulation, and contour the body.
Wood Therapy has been a longstanding practice originating in Oriental countries, dating back centuries. The therapeutic use of rough wood tools has since evolved into a more aesthetic practice utilizing smooth wood tools. In the 1980s, Colombia refined the tools to a smoother finish and developed innovative techniques for various therapies. Currently, the trendiest form of Wood Therapy is Body Sculpting, which utilizes wooden tools to contour the body and enhance both the appearance and overall health of the body and face.
By activating the production of elastin/collagen, WoodSculpt Therapy has a toning and sculpting effect on the skin, as well as improving blood circulation. Our exclusive protocol designed to minimize the accumulation of stored volume, reduce cellulite, contour the waistline, and lift the buttocks. Many of our clients have noticed visible changes after just one session.
This therapy can be beneficial for individuals who experience chronic pain, muscle tension, and stress, as well as those who are looking to sculpt and tone their bodies. It is also helpful for athletes, dancers, and individuals who perform physical labor and need to maintain their body shape and muscle tone.
During a Wood Sculpt Therapy session, the therapist will use a variety of wooden tools, such as rollers and sticks, to massage and manipulate the tissues in the targeted areas. The therapist may use different sizes and shapes of wooden tools to provide deep tissue massage and trigger point therapy, as well as to contour and sculpt the body.
Some of the benefits of Wood Sculpt Therapy include:
- Reduced muscle tension and pain
- Improved circulation
- Enhanced lymphatic drainage
- Contoured and toned body
- Improved skin tone and texture
- Reduced appearance of cellulite
After a Wood Sculpt Therapy session, it is important to drink plenty of water to help flush out toxins from the body. It also recommend to avoid alcohol, caffeine, and heavy meals for at least 24 hours after the therapy. Some people may experience mild soreness or bruising after a Wood Sculpt Therapy session, but this usually subsides within a few days. Regular treatments are typically need to achieve and maintain optimal results.