Wood therapy and its effects

Medarotherapy, also known as wood therapy, is a method that has been known for over a hundred years, originating from Colombia. It is exclusively performed using natural wooden rollers of various types, shapes, and sizes. The massage is partly lymphatic drainage and partly anti-cellulite. It is the most effective non-invasive method against cellulite


  • Sculpting the body 
  • Achieving a rounded and firm buttocks 
  • Reducing cellulite and the appearance of stretch marks 
  • Stimulating the lymphatic system 
  • Stress reduction 
  • Detoxifying the body 
  • Eliminating excess water from the body 
  • Boosting metabolism 
  • Breaking down fat deposits 
  • Tightening the skin 
  • Relieving muscle tension.


  • Heart disease 
  • Blood pressure issues 
  • Poor blood clotting, anemia 
  • Epilepsy (requires consultation with a doctor) Varicose veins 
  • Spider veins (recommend consulting with a doctor) Pregnancy 
  • Breastfeeding (only with pediatrician's approval)
  • Acute skin conditions 
  • Infectious viral, bacterial, and oncological diseases
  •  Allergy to cinnamon must be reported! - We will use a different oil.


  • The first results are visible after as few as 10 sessions; however, it is highly individual.
  • The recommended course is a minimum of 10 sessions, ideally 1 to 3 times a week.
  • The duration of one massage is 60 minutes.

Wood therapy and its history

The history of wood therapy dates back to ancient times when various cultures used natural materials for therapeutic and relaxation purposes. This ancient massage technique evolved and improved over time to provide maximum benefits to the body and mind. The term 'Maderoterapia,' which means 'wood therapy,' comes from the Spanish language because the main instruments of this method are various wooden rods and rollers. These wooden tools come in different shapes and sizes, allowing the massage to be customized to each client's individual needs.

Traditionally, wood therapy was used to treat various health issues such as back pain, muscle tension, cellulite, and circulation problems. However, over time, it became evident that wood therapy also offers exceptional aesthetic benefits. This method gained popularity in the beauty and wellness industry because it not only improves the appearance of the skin and body but also enhances the overall sense of relaxation and well-being.

Today's wood therapy is the result of extensive development and refinement. Its techniques and procedures have adapted to modern needs and research to deliver optimal results. This method is now widely used in spas, wellness facilities, and beauty studios around the world. Wood therapy has become a symbol of blending traditional methods with modern scientific knowledge, providing clients with a truly holistic and satisfying experience.