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Hand and Foot Reflexology

Hand and Foot Reflexology

Here's a revolutionary way to fine-tune your relationship with your body, reduce stress, and feel better all over: Stimulate the reflexes in your hands and feet!
It's all in this hands-on encyclopedia of personal reflexology information. Here, Kevin and Barbara Kunz (authors of The Complete Guide to Foot Reflexology) bring you their unique self-health approach to wellness. Through reflexology, they teach you how to free and channel your pent-up energy -- and to prevent and correct common health problems.
With more than 500 detailed instructions, this book includes:
* Why your feet and hands are "important sensory organs," and their "special relationship" with your whole body.
* Why reflexology works.
* Specially designed pressure and movement techniques that reduce stress and actually alter the body's tension level. Fully illustrated, with step-by-step procedures, for quick and easy application!
* Treatment plans for specific aliments, from acne to whiplash.
* Stride Replication, the Kunzes' latest program of foot and hand relaxation.
* A more in-depth look at body parts and their corresponding areas in the hands and feet -- all conveniently indexed.
Whether you are using it as a quick reference or as the basis for further study. Hand and Foot Reflexology: A Self-Help Guide tells you what you need to know about the simple but potent experience of eflexology -- by yourself and for yourself.
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  • Touchstone | 
  • ISBN 9780671763190 | 
  • October 1984
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THEORY AND PRINCIPLES

THE FEET, HANDS AND BODY: A Special Relationship

To the body, the feet and hands are special. No other sensory organ reaches out to touch the world around us, to travel through it and to manipulate it. The feet and hands sense what is underfoot and what is in hand.

The task is no small accomplishment. The infant struggles to stand and begins a life-long, two-legged, weight-bearing activity commonly referred to as walking. While it is not the fastest way to move about, walking on two legs provides a mobile platform from which the hands are able to interact with the world.

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