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Frequently Asked Questions about Wood Therapy


Wood therapy has been gaining popularity in recent years as a natural and non-invasive way to improve the appearance of the body. However, there are still many questions people have about this treatment.


Here are some frequently asked questions about wood therapy:


What is wood therapy?

Wood therapy is a natural massage technique that uses wooden tools to target specific areas of the body. The tools are typically made of different types of wood, such as rosewood, ebony, and birch, and are used to apply pressure to the skin.


What are the benefits of wood therapy?

Wood therapy can help reduce cellulite, improve lymphatic drainage, and enhance the overall appearance of the skin. It can also help reduce muscle tension, increase blood flow, and promote relaxation.


Is wood therapy painful?

No, wood therapy should not be painful. The pressure applied during the massage should be firm, but not uncomfortable. If you experience any pain or discomfort during the treatment, you should let your provider know immediately.


How long does a wood therapy session last?

A typical wood therapy session lasts between 30 and 60 minutes, depending on the area being treated and the specific technique used.


How many sessions are needed to see results?

The number of sessions needed to see results can vary depending on the individual and their goals. Some people may see results after just one session, while others may require several sessions to achieve their desired results.


Are there any side effects of wood therapy?

Wood therapy is generally considered safe and has few side effects. However, some people may experience mild bruising or soreness after the treatment.


Who can benefit from wood therapy?

Wood therapy can be beneficial for anyone looking to improve the appearance of their skin or reduce muscle tension. It can also be helpful for those looking to improve their lymphatic drainage such as those who have just done surgery.


Are there any contraindications for wood therapy?

Wood therapy may not be suitable for everyone. People with certain medical conditions, such as cancer, heart disease, or blood clots, should avoid wood therapy. It is also not recommended for pregnant women or people with open wounds or skin infections.


You may book your appointment for Wood Therapy here at Bodies of Atlanta to see the results yourself.

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