Reflexology

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Heinemann, 2003 - Beauty shops - 232 pages
Providing a comprehensive route through the most popular reflexology qualifications, this text has now been revised to provide full coverage of hand reflexology. Step-by-step photos clearly illustrate the skills and technique needed for each procedure, and the layout and design of the anatomy and physiology section will clearly explain the subject.
 

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Contents

Section
2
Section
3
Section
4
Section
5
Section
6
Section
7
Index Preparing for reflexology
8
Treatment requirements Consultation Assessing the foot Contraindications Conditions of the feet Anatomy and physiology of the foot
9
The urinary system
133
The endocrine system 21 The nervous system
136
The reproductive system
151
The special senses
156
Setting up in business
161
Maintaining standards in business
165
Research for setting up a business
172
The business plan
181

Providing reflexology
11
Reflexology procedure 8 Locating the reflex points
55
Stress
79
Contraactions
87
Aftercare advice
89
The body systems
94
The skeletal system
97
The muscular system
101
The cardiovascular system
107
The lymphatic system
114
The respiratory system
118
The skin
123
The digestive system
128
Opening a business 27 Planning the success of the business
186
Recruiting staff
192
Marketing the business
194
Establishing a retail line
202
Case studies
205
Appendices Code of practice
212
Addresses of professional associations and organizations
213
Assessment guidance for the VTCT Diploma in Reflexology
214
The responsibilities of the first aid representative
215
Hand reflexology
217
3 41 48 55 56 65 79 87 89 93 94 101 105 113 118 122 128 133 136
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18 185 186 192 194 202 205 211 212 213 214 215
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