Spa therapy is about much more than receiving a much-needed massage or facial: it’s about looking and feeling your best by seeking specialized care. Indeed, our bodies hold onto stress like nobody’s business, and unfortunately, it can significantly impact how we feel, both psychologically and physically. As a matter of fact, stress can cause your muscles to become tense, often resulting in pain to the touch. Sometimes our bodies could use a bit of help, and wood therapy is the answer. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX spa therapists discuss the major benefits of wood therapy and how our team can help address your needs.
When Could You Benefit?
It goes without saying that stress is a natural part of life. In fact, everyone experiences stress! The degree to which one experiences stress, however, depends greatly on a person’s experience and environment. For example, studies have shown that individuals born into families exhibiting high rates of stress tend to have a higher risk of developing stress and anxiety disorders, as well as depression.
In addition to what was previously mentioned, stress can develop at any time for a number of reasons. For example, financial struggles, social struggles, and so much more can influence a person’s experience, and how your body reacts is only a natural response to the situation.
That being said, your health matters. Do not let your well-being take a seat on the sidelines for the sake of productivity and getting things done. You are worth more than that, and you deserve to take a break. Remember, if you are struggling to figuratively stay afloat, then it may be time to recognize that your body is trying to tell you something. To learn more about this concept and how our team can help, give us a call today.
Increasing Blood Flow
One treatment that can help you feel your best and allow your body to receive some R&R involves wood therapy. Wood therapy involves hands-on treatment that utilizes wooden tools to help increase blood flow. It does this by stimulating the organs, blood circulation, and lymphatic drainage for improved health overall. Wood therapy is also considered a vigorous massage therapy technique, so you can expect to experience similar benefits to that of a massage. Contact our team today to learn more about this process and what our team has to offer.
Relaxing Trigger Points
Wood therapy can be used in a variety of different circumstances, and offers more than just organ and blood-circulation stimulation. For example, it has been found to be highly effective in relaxing trigger points all over the body. Trigger points are considered to be sensitive areas of tight tissues or muscle fibers that can form following overuse or injury.
While our team would not expect you to come in prepared with ideas of the best treatment option for your needs, we do work with you to develop a treatment plan together. Moreover, if you are interested in learning more about the science of wood therapy and the body, check out our class schedule to sign up.
One thing that society has led us to feel as women is shame. Shame for how our bodies look, unrealistic expectations on how to achieve this desired look, and of course, the notion that we must do our part to look good for the broader society. While we do not subscribe to this message the world is putting out there, we do subscribe to the notion that you should be able to seek care that helps you truly feel your best in your own skin.
Indeed, one of the biggest concerns that we see from our patients is how to reduce the appearance of cellulite. Believe it or not, wood therapy can assist in this process, too! You see, wood therapy performed correctly can help with the process of lymphatic drainage, which helps move excess fluid from the lymph nodes to other areas. This process can help reduce the appearance of cellulite. Contact our office to learn more, or schedule your next appointment with our team today.
Promoting Adequate Healing Post-Op
Finally, and one of most important elements of wood therapy, is that it can help promote adequate healing following an operation. Indeed, wood therapy is offered as one of our post-op packages, and we are more than happy to discuss your scheduling and treatment options when you are ready to get started.
Speak with Our Team Today
Contact Touch-N-Skin: Wellness Spa in Dallas, TX by calling 972-992-7422 to schedule your next appointment with our team and learn more about many benefits of wood therapy from a dedicated member of our team today.