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Wood Therapy Massage

Revitalize Your Health with Touch of Health Clinic's Wood Therapy Massage in Manchester

Are you tired of traditional massage techniques and looking for something new and compelling to improve your health and well-being? Look no further than Touch of Health Clinic’s wood therapy massage in Manchester.

Massage with Wood: What is it?

Wood therapy massage, or maderotherapy, uses wooden tools to apply pressure and manipulate the muscles, tissues, and skin. The tools are specially designed to target specific body areas and help increase circulation, reduce inflammation, and relieve muscle tension. During a wood therapy massage, the therapist uses various wooden tools, including rollers, balls, and sticks, to apply pressure to the skin and muscles. The tools’ pressure and motion will help break down cellulite and fat, improve lymphatic drainage, and promote relaxation and stress relief.

Benefits of Wood Therapy Massage:

There are numerous benefits to receiving a wood therapy massage, including:

Why Choose Touch of Health Clinic for Wood Therapy Massage?

At Touch of Health Clinic, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the highest quality massage therapy services. Our skilled therapists are trained in the latest techniques and are passionate about helping our clients achieve their health and wellness goals.
In addition to wood therapy massage, we offer various other massage services, including lymphatic drainage massage. We also provide personalized treatment plans tailored to your specific needs and goals.
If you are ready to experience the many benefits of wood therapy massage, contact Touch of Health Clinic today to schedule your appointment. We look forward to helping you achieve optimal health and well-being.

Frequently Asked Questions

A wood massage involves using wooden tools such as rollers, balls and sticks to apply pressure and manipulate the muscles, tissues, and skin. The therapist will use these tools to target specific areas of the body, increasing circulation, reducing inflammation, relieving muscle tension, and promoting relaxation and stress relief. The tools are designed for this purpose and applied with different pressures and motions.
There is no scientific evidence to suggest that wood therapy speeds up metabolism. However, the therapy can improve circulation, reduce inflammation, and stimulate the lymphatic system, which can positively impact overall health and well-being.
Wood therapy can leave bruises if applied too aggressively or if the client has sensitive skin. However, if performed correctly by a trained therapist, wood therapy should not leave bruises.
Before a wood therapy session, it is recommended to avoid alcohol and heavy meals, as well as any activities that may cause excessive sweating. Staying hydrated and informing your therapist of any medical conditions or concerns are also essential.
Yes, we use grape seed oil.