What Is Bamboo Therapy and Its Benefits?

If you have heard of bamboo therapy, you should know that bamboo therapy is another natural treatment in vogue for improving blood circulation and fighting cellulite. A technique that, as the name suggests, uses bamboo sticks of different sizes. The practitioner applies the bamboo sticks to specific parts of the body, achieving great benefits on an aesthetic, physical and mental level.

The sticks are applied to the body lightly, firmly, and gently, always in the direction of the lymph. If the movements during the treatment are slow, a profound relationship with the muscles and joints is achieved. At the same time, when they are faster and more intense, their effect is a formative message.

Although bamboo therapy is a relatively new technique in the West, it has been around in the East for several thousand years. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that bamboo clears excess negative energies, balances the body’s energy, and calms the mind and soul.

As with other aesthetic treatments, several sessions are required to achieve the desired results. Bamboo is also known as “herbal grain” and is a natural remedy highly regarded around the world.

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The Benefits of Bamboo Therapy

Fights Cellulite

Bamboo therapy has many benefits. Nowadays, it is a highly appreciated treatment because it brings good results in the fight against cellulite. The movement of the bamboo rods stimulates the fat cells, which promotes local fat reduction in areas such as the thighs or buttocks.

Relieves Stress

The feeling of well-being after bamboo therapy is fantastic. When the practitioner applies the bamboo sticks, serotonin is released from the body, which relieves pain and tension, leading to total relaxation.

Anti-aging Effects

In addition to relaxing and toning, the massage also shapes the body tissues and can be applied to the face to minimize the signs of aging: muscles are strengthened to say goodbye to sagging and drooping facial muscles, and wrinkles, and fine lines are reduced.

Improves Blood Circulation

To add to all this, it stimulates blood circulation by improving venous return and relieving the symptoms of tired legs syndrome. It also promotes nutrition and oxygenation of the tissues and improves skin elasticity.

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A Beneficial Oriental Massage

Along with other massages, bamboo therapy is a true reflection of the symbiosis between the mind and body of massages that originated in the East. They connect the two aspects of each other to gain peace and find ourselves better. Therefore, it is a happy thing to enjoy these ancient techniques.

Prepares the Body for a Deep Tissue Massage

The bamboo is heated to the appropriate temperature on a heating plate. The heat alone relaxes cold muscles and, in turn, allows massage therapists to use the tools to treat the affected area more quickly. As the muscles respond immediately to the heat, they relax more quickly, and the massage itself is, therefore, more effective.

In short, efficiency is a clear advantage of this type of massage. It gives therapists the opportunity to (pre-)prepare the body. Ultimately, this means faster results.

 Improves Posture

The reality is that many people experience physical pain on a daily basis. Muscle pain in places such as the head, neck, and back prevents people from living an effortless life. However, most of the time, this pain is due to muscle tension caused by an imbalance in posture.

In addition, poor posture and repetitive strain injuries further perpetuate muscle tension. Fortunately, bamboo massage can help bring the body back into alignment. When muscles are relaxed and allowed to return to their ideal position, pressure points are relieved, and joints have a more excellent range of motion, flexibility, and freedom.

Have you ever had bamboo massage therapy? Share your experience with us in the comments below!

Post Author: Harry Camaro

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