Reflexology for Beginners: Healing Through Foot Massage of Pressure Points

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Llewellyn Publications, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 238 pages
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You can treat specific ailments and promote overall wellness with reflexology. This natural, time-proven healing practice is as simple as gently massaging specific areas of the foot to balance, cleanse, and renew your energy.

This friendly introductory guide includes practical advice, case histories, and illustrated, step-by-step instructions. Reflexology for Beginnersmakes it easy for anyone to immediately begin to enjoy the mental, emotional, and spiritual healing aspects of reflexology:

  • Increased energy and heightened awareness
  • A sense of inner peace
  • Deeper intuitive wisdom
  • Increased ability to deal positively with stressful situations
  • A general feeling of being more whole, healthy, and happy

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Llewellyn's "For Beginners" series aims to return the power of healing techniques to the people. Vennells has already written two volumes in the series, Bach Flower Remedies for Beginners and Reiki ... Read full review

Contents

What Is Reflexology?
1
Locating the Reflexes
15
Basic Techniques
39
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About the author (2001)

David Vennells (Manchester, England) is a Reiki practitioner and a teacher. He first experienced Reiki after suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for four years. In a very short time Reiki greatly improved his mental and physical condition and general quality of life. It was this experience that encouraged him to learn this wonderful healing technique so that he might share it with others.

On his path to learning the Reiki technique, David received instructions from three well known Reiki Masters and spent most of his time researching and trying to understand the origins of Reiki from both a practical and spiritual view point.

Through Reiki, David says he has become aware that there was a deeply spiritual aspect to all living beings. To better understand this aspect of himself in the light of Reiki, he studied Buddhism and eventually became Buddhist. It wasn't long before he realized that Buddhism and Reiki complement each other greatly. But, as David points out, you don't have to be a Buddhist to practice Reiki.

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