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  • 45 min
  • 600 British pounds
  • Walton Street

Service Description

Overview: Wood therapy, also known as Madero therapy, is a therapeutic massage technique that utilizes wooden tools to sculpt and contour the body. Originating from ancient techniques, this non-invasive treatment aims to reduce cellulite, firm and tone the skin, and improve overall body shape and circulation. What to Expect: Consultation: Your session begins with a consultation to discuss your specific body concerns and goals. The therapist will assess which areas you wish to target and explain the benefits of wood therapy. Preparation: You may be asked to change into disposable undergarments or wear minimal clothing to facilitate the massage. The treatment area is typically cleansed to prepare for the therapy. Wooden Tool Application: Selection of Tools: The therapist selects from a variety of specialized wooden tools, such as rollers, sculpting sticks, and cups, each designed for different parts of the body and purposes. Technique: Using rhythmic and firm strokes, the therapist applies the wooden tools to perform massage movements. This may include rolling, kneading, tapping, and lifting motions to stimulate circulation, break down cellulite, and contour the body. Benefits: Cellulite Reduction: Wood therapy helps to break down cellulite and smooth out skin texture by stimulating lymphatic drainage and promoting blood circulation. Body Contouring: The sculpting movements of the wooden tools can help to redefine and tone specific areas of the body, such as the thighs, abdomen, buttocks, and arms. Improved Circulation: The massage techniques used in wood therapy can enhance blood flow and reduce fluid retention, leading to improved skin appearance and overall wellness. Aftercare Advice: Drink plenty of water after the treatment to help flush out toxins released during the massage. Avoid heavy meals and alcohol consumption immediately after the session to maximize the benefits of wood therapy. Consider regular sessions to maintain and enhance the results of your wood therapy treatments. Results: After a wood therapy session, clients often experience immediate skin tightening and smoothing effects. Long-term benefits, such as reduced cellulite and improved body contours, become more noticeable with regular treatments over time.

Contact Details

  • 79 Walton Street, London, UK


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