Rest and Relax with Reflexology - AAA+++ [NOOK Book]

Rest and Relax with Reflexology - AAA+++

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Overview

Table of content:
Chapter 1: The Basics On Reflexology

Chapter 2: What Are The Reflexology Points And Areas

Chapter 3: Assisting The Cardiovascular System

Chapter 4: Assisting Kidney Function Chapter 5:
Help With PMS

Chapter 6: Bettering Quality Of Life For Cancer Patients

Chapter 7: Increasing Energy And Feelings Of Wellbeing

Chapter 8: Emotional Healing With Reflexology

Chapter 9: Boosting Your Immune System

Chapter 10:How To Do Self Reflexology, Find A Practitioner And Possible Side Effects

Reflexology may be defined as a practice of applying pressure to the feet and hands using thumb, finger, and hand techniques without the use of oils, creams, or lotions. Based on a system of zones, that reflects an image of the body on the feet and hands which in turn effects the physical changes made in the body.
This is a popular form of detecting and addressing any possible ailments, illnesses, or diseases the body may be undergoing. In ancient times this method was used to ensure that any possible negative problems in the body are arrested before it progresses to a point where it would be difficult to treat

Using reflexology to restore the equilibrium balance by means of the foot or hand is a rather strange but totally accurate. Many people have tried reflexology to address specific medical problems with overwhelmingly successful results.

The pressure sensors in the feet and hands are all connected to various parts of the body’s systems. It functions like a network of intricate connections flowing from one to the other. By using reflexology the experienced practitioner is able to pinpoint the cause of the problem and manipulate it through a succession of pressure points on the feet or palms of the hands. All these sensors work and respond to the sometimes light but mostly painful pressures on the feet and hands.

Other deviations but equally suitable forms of reflexology are walking on a pebble path, using foot massages that simulate reflexology movements, and using rollers. Surprisingly other simple tools like a golf ball can also be used as reflexology item though they are not as good as the original natural way of the thumb and finger.

Reflexology sessions ideally last for bout 30 – 45 minutes, as any longer might cause undue stress to the already pain heightened situation. The reflexologist uses pressure, stretches and movements to work thought the foot methodically. After which an assessment on the body condition may be given

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013428461
  • Publisher: Captain Pierre
  • Publication date: 9/24/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 30
  • Sales rank: 494,664
  • File size: 913 KB

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