Columbian Wood Therapy also known as maderoterapiarelieves mental and physical strain by relaxing the mind and body. It also stimulates the organs, blood circulation, and lymphatic drainage, which contribute to better overall health.
It is also continuous treatment, so the more you get it, the longer it will continue, and the more intense the results. Results typically last three months after your final treatment, after which they begin to disappear without treatment.
Some of the effects Why Columbian Wood Therapy is Effective:
- Body wood therapy is to drain localized adiposity and, as a result, decrease and modify the body for aesthetic reasons. It can also be used to relax the patient and lower her stress level, as well as to treat contractures caused by poor posture or physical activity, to relieve muscular and joint discomfort.
- Attempts to revitalize the synthesis of elastin and collagen, enhance blood circulation, and tone the face using dermal wood therapy have a firming effect.
- The bust is firm and toned, and the breasts’ volume is sculpted, with wood therapy.
- Anti-cellulite wood therapy: this treatment aims to get rid of fat accumulated in various places of the body, such as the hips, thighs, and belly. The microcirculation of the treated area is activated, and fluid retention is eliminated. It can also be used to firm and shape the buttocks.
Wood therapy is also beneficial for muscular and joint contractures and pain. It can be incredibly useful and beneficial whether you are a very active person, an athlete, or a more sedentary person. It also promotes muscle relaxation and the release of tensions and stress, resulting in greater rest and sleep.
In Addition, Wood therapy has not been clinically demonstrated to be beneficial in the treatment of cellulite.
Massage, on the other hand, may help to reduce cellulite. Because wood therapy is a sort of massage, it may help to reduce the appearance of cellulite, at least temporarily.