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The family guide to reflexology

by Ann Gillanders

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  • 31 Currently reading

Published by Little, Brown and Co. in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reflexology (Therapy),
  • Reflexotherapy

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesReflexology.
    StatementAnn Gillanders.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRM723.R43 G528 1998
    The Physical Object
    Pagination143 p. :
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL710008M
    ISBN 100316314846
    LC Control Number97073864
    OCLC/WorldCa38918820

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      FEET FIRST is the ultimate book on reflexology, since Laura Norman is the ultimate reflexologist and she shares her techniques in this book. Reflexology is a philosophy which links every part of the body with a corresponding area on the foot, and soothes those body parts by a specialized method of foot by: 3. Reflexology is a type of therapy that uses gentle pressure on specific points along your feet (and possibly on your hands or ears as well) to help you feel better. The theory is that this eases.

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Reflexology is based on manipulating pressure points in the feet and hands to release blocked energies which keep us from feeling our best.

Beginning with the basic principles of reflexology, this guide provides complete hand and foot workouts, as well as specific routines for treating many adult ailments, including migraines, allergies and arthritis/5(12).

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Gillanders, a. The family guide to reflexology. [Ann Gillanders] Print book: English: New edView all editions and formats: Summary: The power to release the family's natural healing energy lies at your fingertips.

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Inge Dougans. This is a great beginners and professionals illustrated reflexology book. It is over sized and hard back, the perfect coffee table and reference book. Great as a gift for the avid reflexology enthusiast, and brilliant if you are looking to. This beautifully produced reflexology manual emphasizes the importance of the caring exchange of touching, especially in families where physical affection is not a usual interaction.

Gillanders, a practicing reflexologist and teacher in the field, describes the 5,year-old therapy as releasing blocked energy by applying pressure to reflex Pages:   The author of The Joy of Reflexology demonstrates how reflexology can be used to promote the health of every member of the family, offering easy-to-follow directions on how use this ancient healing technique to ease the suffering of arthritis, stress, premenstrual cramps, and more.

Original. 50, first printing. show more/5(9). Description: This complete self-teaching guide is the perfect handbook for beginners and students alike. It uniquely links Eastern and Western approaches to reflexology and health, making this a comprehensive guide to using the meridians and pressure points of the feet to treat a wide range of ailments.

The ebook now includes illustrations. Including a step-by-step photographic guide for a full reflexology treatment, this book is ideal for beginners as well as experienced students of reflexology. A professional reflexologist, yoga instructor, and color therapist with more than two decades of experience in England and Ireland, PAULINE WILLS pioneered the integration of color.

Reflexology Pocket Guide The Reflexology Pocket Guide is a quick and easy reference to locatiing pressure points which relate to each organ and part of our bodies. Massaging of these pressure points works out tension restores proper circulation, brings the.

Best selling classic text for learning reflexology. It revolutionized the way reflexology was taught and learned when it was first published inlaunching an industry. The Complete Guide to Foot Reflexology provided the first illustrated how-to instructions for the American natural alternative practice of : CreateSpace Publishing.

Reflexology is a unique system of foot massage based on holistic principles and springing from the same Chinese roots as acupuncture. By locating and massaging the reflexology points on the foot, which relate to This comprehensive, full-colour guide to the gentle art of reflexology reveals how therapeutic foot massage can relieve stress and /5.

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The Parent’s Guide to Reflexology, Kevin and Barbara Kunz, Random House. Kliegel offers a guide to integrating reflexology treatments with complementary therapies such as essential oils, crystal massage, and visualization techniques, to restore energetic balance, relieve pain, and maximize healing.

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Read here ?book= Download The Family Reflexology Guide PDF Full Ebook. Reflexology Today – Dorren Bayley, Thorson Publishing. Reflex Zone Therapy of the Feet (A text book for therapists) – Hanne Marquardt, Thorson Publishing. Zone Therapy using Foot Massage – Astrid I Goosmann-Legger, C.W Daniel Company.

The Reflexology Handbook (a complete guide) – Laura Norman, Piatkus.Reflexology: This book contains everything that you need to know so that you can perform reflexology not only on yourself but on others as Reiki Healing Guide: Reiki healing is something that can be practiced safely every day, and if you don't feel well, then Reiki can help you recover and feel better Reiki Healing Guide can help you achieve better physical and mental well.Reflexology is a branch of alternate medicine or the science of using the various pressure points in our body to relive stress or pain.

There are several reflex or pressure centers in our body like a particular thumb or finger, or hand and reflexology stimulates them using any external materials like lotions and oils.