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Better Health with Foot Reflexology - Dwight C. Byers 2001

Amazon Synopsis: Excellent training guide to conduct the Ingham Method of Foot Reflexology on yourself and others. This is a newly revised and expanded edition with large color photos, much more educational material and there have been more foot reflexology techniques added. This book is an amazing source for one to learn about the body's functions and how all of the organs and glands can be manipulated through reflexology on the feet. Better Health With Foot Reflexology is a best-seller in the alternative health care industry today.


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Reflexology - Frankie Avalon Wolfe & Russell McAllister 2006

Amazon Synopsis: Healing bodies, one pressure point at a time. New and revised.

Reflexology is the massage of areas of the feet (and sometimes hands) that correspond to other parts of the body. It is used to discern and prevent health problems. This guide teaches readers about healing an ailing immune, digestive, nervous, or circulatory system. It also shows how to perform reflexology on oneself and on others, and how to combine aromatherapy and reflexology by using fragrant oils and lotions.

  • New edition focuses on teaching readers to use reflexology to better their (and their loved ones’) health
  • Smaller trim size enables readers to follow instructions while practicing
  • Updated to include the latest advances in reflexology


The Complete Illustrated Guide to Reflexology - Inge Dougans 1999

Amazon Synopsis: Explains the art and science of reflexology: how it works; the ailments it treats; how to locate and massage the various refelxology points.


The Family Guide to Reflexology - Anne Gillanders1998

Publisher’s Synopsis: 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. Also featured are workouts for keeping babies and children healthier, and safe, holistic healing routines that can help manage stress, soothe everyday aches and pains, and encourage a more satisfying physical and emotional balance. Some 180 hand-drawn illustrations highlight the techniques, while engaging commentary reveals the origins and history of reflexology and its use in conjunction with breathing exercises, yoga, aromatherapy, meditation, and other complimentary holistic practices.


Foot Reflexology: A Visual Guide for Self-Treatment - Jurgen Jora 1991

Amazon Synopsis: The healing and rejuvenating art of foot reflexology works on the principle that every part of the body in connected to the soles of the feet by nerve pathways and subtle energy channels. By massaging the foot, you can stimulate these connections, bringing soothing relief to the corresponding body part, whether the sinuses, back and neck, lungs, stomach, shoulder, hip, or other area of stiffness or pain. Conversely, massaging points on your hand is an effective way to treat foot injuries.

A centuries-old form of medicine that has become one of today's most accepted healing arts, foot reflexology can help alleviate a broad range of acute and chronic health problems, including asthma, hypertension, headaches, and kidney trouble, as well as help ensure general well-being and relaxation. Simple, effective, and completely safe, reflexology massages are a wholly beneficial alternative to traditional medical methods, and a valuable skill to complement conventional treatments.

this easy-to-use guide enables you to perform healing foot massage in your own home-on yourself or with the help of a friend. Forty-six unique, full-color diagrams show exactly where to find the foot's various reflex zones that contain important pain centers, and the clearly written text explains exactly how to perform massages that deliver immediate, satisfying relief.


Hand Reflexology: A Practical Introduction - Denise Whichello-Brown 1999

Amazon Synopsis: East meets West with this topical series offering a comprehensive introduction to six areas of traditional medicine. Volumes are dedicated to a variety of massage, touch, and exercise-related treatments and preventative measures. The Alternative Health series offers easy-to-understand explanations and instructions in these healing arts by expert authors. Over 100 full-color photos illustrate each volume. The series includes the following titles: Aromatherapy: A Practical Introduction, Hand Reflexology: A Practical Introduction, Reflexology: A Practical Introduction, Sensual Massage: A Practical Introduction, Tai Chi: A Practical Introduction, and Therapeutic Massage: A Practical Introduction.


Hand Reflexology: Key to Perfect Health, Revised Edition - Mildred Carter & Tammy Weber 1991

Amazon Synopsis: The healing and rejuvenating art of foot reflexology works on the principle that every part of the body in connected to the soles of the feet by nerve pathways and subtle energy channels. By massaging the foot, you can stimulate these connections, bringing soothing relief to the corresponding body part, whether the sinuses, back and neck, lungs, stomach, shoulder, hip, or other area of stiffness or pain. Conversely, massaging points on your hand is an effective way to treat foot injuries.

A centuries-old form of medicine that has become one of today's most accepted healing arts, foot reflexology can help alleviate a broad range of acute and chronic health problems, including asthma, hypertension, headaches, and kidney trouble, as well as help ensure general well-being and relaxation. Simple, effective, and completely safe, reflexology massages are a wholly beneficial alternative to traditional medical methods, and a valuable skill to complement conventional treatments.

this easy-to-use guide enables you to perform healing foot massage in your own home-on yourself or with the help of a friend. Forty-six unique, full-color diagrams show exactly where to find the foot's various reflex zones that contain important pain centers, and the clearly written text explains exactly how to perform massages that deliver immediate, satisfying relief.


The Parent's Guide to Reflexology - Kevin Kunz & Barbara Kunz 1997

Amazon Synopsis: The authors of three reflexology books show how reflexology can benefit children's health and become a meaningful part of family life. Citing numerous case studies from their--and other's-- practice worldwide, Kevin and Barbara Kunz introduce parents to the philosophy and techniques of reflexology and teach them how to incorporate the exercises into family life. 100 illustrations.


Reflexology - Dr. Maybelle Segal

Publisher’s Synopsis: Reflexology, or compression foot massage, is "a natural art of healing, a drugless way of stimulating the internal organs, thereby increasing the circulation and restoring bodily functions to normal." So says Dr. Maybelle Segal, a practitioner of this ancient art, one which was used as long ago in China as acupuncture. Revived in the United States in 1913 by Dr. William Fitzgerald, reflexology has gained new adherents in recent times, many as a result of renewed interest in all natural preventative health measures.

But reflexology has also gained much attention because of the efforts Maybelle Segal has made to publicize this method. She has demonstrated compression foot massage on television and has won many converts to this healing art. And now she has written this basic book on the subject, intended for both the patient and the potential practitioner. It is an easy-to-read volume filled with helpful diagrams and photographs and written with a very personal touch.

Maybelle Segal is a woman devoted to her profession. She does not suggest that her patients not see their physicians. But she does think that today too many natural methods of healing are bypassed and too many drugs used.

Read about reflexology and see what you think. "Nature's way is God's way," says the author.


Reflexology and Acupressure: Pressure Points for Healing - Janet Wright 2003

Amazon Synopsis: This new edition contains updated information on reflexology and acupressure, two popular, drug-free, hands-on therapies that stem from the science of pressure points and complement orthodox medicine.

The section on reflexology presents both foot and hand charts and explains massage techniques used to increase energy flow to corresponding areas of the body. The section on acupressure features a simplified Chinese body chart locating the main meridians and pressure points, with treatment techniques for many common ailments.

Practical step-by-step advice to suit everyone, including children and the elderly. Detailed color photographs guide the reader through every step.


Reflexology: An Illustrated Guide - Beryl Crane 1998

Amazon Synopsis: Reflexology is a gentle and extremely effective form of therapeutic foot massage. An ancient technique of treating the whole body by pressing reflex points in the foot, reflexology is rapidly becoming one of the most popular complementary therapies.

Lavishly illustrated in full-color, An Illustrated Guide: Reflexology provides an authoritative introduction to the therapeutic powers of reflexology. Beryl Crane, one of the most respected names in the field of reflexology, provides a full history and clear descriptions of the techniques and methods used. She reveals reflexology treatments for common ailments, and offers self-help techniques for the ear, hand, face and foot.


The Reflexology Bible: The Definitive Guide to Pressure Point Healing - Louise Keet 2009

Amazon Synopsis: Find out how to give the healing touch! Reflexology is a safe and gentle therapy that combats stress, boosts the immune system, and stimulates our natural healing processes. From zone maps of the hands and feet to techniques for working the reflex points to illustrated step-by-step sequences, this guide provides all the information necessary for treating the whole body.

A detailed directory provides instructions on relieving common ailments, and there are specialized treatments for children, couples, and the elderly.


Reflexology: The Definitive Practitioner's Manual - Beryl Crane 1998

Amazon Synopsis: This reflexology text includes coverage of such topics as: the art and practice of reflexology; the physiological and energetic theories of reflexology; the mapping of organs and body systems onto the foot; hand reflexology; taking case histories and patient care; and running a successful practice. Reflexology is the ancient technique of treating the whole body by pressing reflex points on the foot which affect different organs in the body through the meridian system and through different zones relating to each organ. This reflexology text includes coverage of such topics as: the art and practice of reflexology; the physiological and energetic theories of reflexology; the mapping of organs and body systems onto the foot; hand reflexology; taking case histories and patient care; and running a successful practice.

Part 1 A brief history of reflexology: Egyptian origins; Chinese origins; the history of the zone concept. Part 2 A holistic approach to medicine: the concept of holistic medicine; theories and philosophies; what is energy?; how the nervous system works; meridians and nerves; the zones and the divisions of the feet and hands; western medicine and complementary medicine working together.

Part 3 Basics of consultation and diagnosis: the fundamentals of good practice; clinical observation; questioning; listening; the case history; diagnosis; recommending treatment; support and care of the patient. Part 4 Basics of the reflexology treatment session: preparation of the client and yourself; relaxation techniques, support techniques and protective hold procedures; "back-up" or cross reflexes, or zone-related reflexes; interpretation of painful reflex points; reactions to expect during treatment; reaction that may arise between treatments. Part 5 The feet: anatomy and biomechanics of the foot; observation and analysis; the systems of the body and their respective zones on the feet treatment procedure; foot exercises. Part 6 The hands: history and theory of hand treatment; anatomy and physiology; observation and analysis; disorders; treatment procedure; hand exercises. Part 7 The ear, face and head: the ear; the face and head. Part 8 A--Z of disorders of the body: how to use this chapter.

Part 9 Disorders of the skin -- a practical application of reflexology: anatomy and physiology; disorders; analysis and treatment; skin care routine. Part 10 Stress: what is stress?; physiology of stress; stress as the cause of illness; physical and mental indicators of stress; the role of reflexology in stress; simple stress management techniques. Part 11 Natural nutrition: what is nutrition?; components of a good diet; additives; healthy lifestyle; what is an allergy?; disorders where diet and reflexology work together. Part 12 The reflexology practice: setting up the practice; ethics; professionalism; making an introductory presentation to an audience. Appendices: statutory support systems; first aid in the treatment room; complementary therapies that may assist reflexology; astrology and health; some questions that students may be asked in an examination; useful addresses.



Reflexology: Health at Your Fingertips - Barbara and Kevin Kunz 2003

Amazon Synopsis: The first fully illustrated guide on the ancient art of reflexology, this book explains how reflexology works pressure applied to "reflex" points on the hands and feet restore corresponding body parts by stimulating natural self healing powers and how to do it. Reflexology features step-by-step sequences, incredible photographic foot and hand reflex charts, and unique computer generated artworks to show which reflexes to press and which techniques to use. Visualizations and mediations are suggested throughout, to enhance the healing treatments. Reflexology is an invaluable guide for home users or reflexology students.


The Reflexology Manual - Pauline Wills 1995

Amazon Synopsis: An explanation of the ancient holistic therapy of reflexology which provides details of the locations of reflexes on the hands and feet and the relationship of these to the rest of the body. Includes step-by-step instructions and is suitable for beginners as well as those with some experience.


The Reflexology Workout: Hand & Foot Massage for Super Health & Rejuvenation – Stephanie Rick & Rita Areo 1995

Amazon Synopsis: With more than 66,000 copies sold, The Reflexology Workout is a perennial favorite among readers interested in holistic and alternative medicine. With a striking new cover design, it will capture fresh attention on the shelves. Black-and-white photographs.




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