Wood Therapy


                   A method used to eliminate the accumulation of fat in the legs, hips, back or abdomen, activating microcirculation and eliminating fluid retention

 Before – After care

  • Do not eat for at least 2 hours before your treatment.
  • Start drinking water, lots and lots of water.
  • Make sure to ask a physician if this treatment is compatible with any medical conditions you might have.

IMPORTANT Questions:

How long does it take to see Results? 

This is another tricky one because it all depends on how often you’re willing to go. But typically, you’re able to see a small difference right after your first treatment. But most people really start to see the effects between their third and fifth treatments.


This is a tough one because everyone’s body responds differently to certain therapies. There are also other factors like age, weight, and frequency of treatment to consider as well. But for me, I found it both super relaxing and helpful! I would typically go once a week after working out with my trainer because I found it really helped with loosening my tight muscles and helping to naturally rid my body of toxins.

After care:

After treatment, we recommend you consider the following points:

  • Combined with a healthy lifestyle you can experience a permanent change in your body shape.  
  • To boost your metabolism and to receive the benefits of body sculpting therapies make sure to drink lots of water- to flush out toxins.
  • Eat lighter. A healthier lifestyle will allow for less inflammation in your cells and for more permanent results.  
  • Continue a regular and consistent treatment for faster and longer-lasting results.

Contraindications to treatment

  • Abrasions, cuts, bruising
  • Bells palsy, trapped or pinched nerves
  • Cancer
  • Cardio-vascular conditions (thrombosis, phlebitis, hypertension, heart conditions)
  • Fever, contagious diseases, including any cold or flu, no matter how mild it may seem
  • Diabetes
  • Epilepsy
  • Gynecological infections
  • Heart problems, angina, those with pacemakers
  • Inflammation, including arthritis, neuritis, edema
  • Nervous or psychotic conditions
  • Osteoporosis
  • Pregnancy
  • Recent operations or acute injuries
  • Skin diseases, sunburn, psoriasis, eczema
  • Uncontrolled high blood pressure
  • Under the influence of drugs or alcohol-including prescription pain medication
  • Undiagnosed lumps or bumps, undiagnosed pain
  • Varicose veins
  •  When you decide to receive a treatment such as Wood Therapy, you must consider the consequences and contraindications that it may have. 


There are a large number of benefits to getting wood therapy, which is why I made it a regular part of my workout and self-care routine. In addition to being super relaxing and stress-relieving, wood therapy can help with:

  • Loosening tight muscles
  • Breaking down cellulite and burning fat
  • Naturally eliminating toxins in your body
  • Speeding up your metabolism
  • Stimulating blood circulation and lymphatic drainage
  • and more!


Since wood therapy is a 100 percent natural, non-invasive holistic massage treatment, it is generally considered safe. However, as I mentioned you should always consult with your doctor or massage therapist prior to beginning any new treatments just to be absolutely sure that this type of treatment is right for you!