Frequently asked questions
What is maderotherapy?Madotherapy or wood therapy is a 100% natural, non-invasive massage technique for treating the body, skin, connective tissues and muscles using wooden tools in various sizes and shapes.
Hailing from Colombia, she won the award for the best natural anti-cellulite treatment in 2018.
In the future, it will be an indispensable part of anti-cellulite treatment.
How does maderotherapy work?Madotherapy is intended for people who want to lose weight, get their body in shape, remove toxins and get rid of cellulite.
Maderotherapy is a massage technique and with the help of specially developed wooden tools it intensifies the destruction of fats and cellulite by repeated circular movements.
Maderotherapy is more effective thanks to the activation of the lymphatic system, which removes toxins and water from the body in a natural way.
How often do you undergo maderotherapy?It is best to repeat the body's therapies 2 to 3 times a week. Subsequently, the length of repetition can range from once a week to once a month.
It is best to undergo facial therapy 1 to 2 times a week. For prevention once a month.
What are the effects of maderotherapy?
- reduces cellulite
- shapes the body
- activates the lymphatic system
- detoxifies the body
- reduces water retention in the body
- strengthens the skin
- burns fat
- accelerates weight loss
- relaxes the body and mind
How many procedures do I have to undergo for visible and long-term results?Visible results of body maderotherapy are usually after 5-6 procedures, but it is best to complete 10 procedures for a perfect result, so we offer a convenient season ticket, where the savings are up to 60 €
In facial radiation therapy, the result is visible after the first procedure, but in order for the results to be long-term, we recommend undergoing at least 6 procedures. We also offer a convenient season ticket with a saving of 30 €.
When can't I undergo maderotherapy?Madotherapy cannot be completed if you are taking blood thinners
Other contraindications include:
- heart disease
- pregnant and lactating women
- viral and bacterial diseases (influenza, rhinitis, herpes)
- oncological diseases