Reflexology Made Easy: Self-help Techniques For Everyday Ailments by Ewald KliegelReflexology Made Easy: Self-help Techniques For Everyday Ailments by Ewald Kliegel

Reflexology Made Easy: Self-help Techniques For Everyday Ailments

byEwald Kliegel

Paperback | September 15, 2015

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Rapid relief for minor ailments

Reflex zone massage can be a direct and effective aid for many small daily complaints, but you have to learn ‘the how’ and ‘the where’. This handy reference book explains just how to find relief from headaches, colds and fear of flying, along with coping with long car journeys or lengthy days at your computer, all with just a few reflex zone massage strokes. You’ll never want to be without your helpful companion!
Ewald Kliegel is a massage therapist and naturopath who specializes in reflexology. He has personally developed a stylized, icon-based method of drawing reflexology systems, which has been adopted all over the world. He is the author of Crystal Wands, and Let Your Body Speak. For more information see http://organ-en.reflex-balance.eu
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Title:Reflexology Made Easy: Self-help Techniques For Everyday AilmentsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:80 pages, 6.5 × 4.5 × 0.2 inPublished:September 15, 2015Publisher:Inner Traditions/Bear & CompanyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1844096661

ISBN - 13:9781844096664

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Table of Contents

Foreword

THE BASICS
Our health maps
Reflex zones – a human success story
Massage, a tried-and-tested classic treatment
Secondary treatments: oils, stones and other applications
Discovering reflex zones

PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS
Reflex zone applications
Eye fatigue
Elderly health and ailments
Bladder weakness
Colds
Women’s health
Fear of flying
Wide awake!
Cold feet
Headaches
Long car journeys
Stomach complaints
Men’s health
Backache
Head colds
Stress and pressure
Stress at work
Digestive problems
Weather sensitivity
Toothache

Appendix
A guide to the reflex zone tables
About the author