Since wood therapy is a massage technique, it may be safe to assume that you will experience the benefits of a massage, such as relaxation and alleviation of tight muscles.
What to expect?
People have reported that the wooden tools can be painful if strong force is used.
For this reason, it may make sense to use wood therapy lightly on your face or very sensitive areas of the body.
To achieve any benefit, you may be required to do treatments several times a week over 3 to 4 months. Indicate that at least 10 to 12 sessions will be required before you can see any results.