An Introductory Guide To Reflexology

Author: Louise Tucker
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ISBN: 9781903348321
Size: 11,71 MB
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The Introductory Guide to Reflexology provides a concisely explained and thoroughly illustrated introduction to a complex subject. Aimed specifically at students, it is designed to be easy to use, informative and readable. The book includes the required material for many examination syllabuses, such as ITEC and covers: Study and revision are facilitated with an annotated fold-out foot chart, detailed illustrations and clearly stated learning objectives. The history and development of Reflexology The theory and concept of Reflexology Techniques and applications How to create specific conditions How to carry out professional consultation

Reflexology

Author: Inge Dougans
Editor: Pavilion Books
ISBN: 1911163248
Size: 16,39 MB
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Reflexology is a form of therapeutic foot massage based on the tried and tested theory that the human body has its own internal energy lines, or acupuncture meridians. In this clearly written introduction to the subject, Inge Dougans shows how to find and use the reflexology points and the associated meridians on the foot in order to restore the body to its state of natural balance, prevent ill health and assist relaxation. Learn how reflexology and the meridian theory work Follow the illustrated step-by-step reflexology techniques Use reflexology to balance the body’s functions Improve the body’s circulation and general health

An Introductory Guide To Aromatherapy

Author: Louise Tucker
Editor: Ems Pub
ISBN: 9781903348147
Size: 20,54 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Includes a history of aromatherapy along with information on the principles of plant identification, methods of extracting oils, and aromatherapy massage techniques.

An Introductory Guide To Massage

Author: Louise Tucker
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ISBN: 9781903348451
Size: 15,82 MB
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This is the latest revised edition of Louise Tucker's/EMS Publishing's 'Introductory Guide' series, and as with the recent Anatomy & Physiology and Reflexology titles the Massage book now comes with its very own CDROM. The CDROM has proved extremely popular with students and tutors alike and sets these textbooks apart from many others. As well as a 25 minute video of the full Massage routine, the new edition book and CDROM includes: A fully revised and updated content, in the same clear format as before; two new chapters on Hot Stone Massage and Baby Massage; new images and photography; CD ROM lesson plans and multiple choice essay questions for tutors; and CD ROM interactive games and quizzes to help students test their knowledge.

Colour Therapy

Author: Pauline Wills
Editor: Pavilion Books
ISBN: 1911163191
Size: 12,64 MB
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We all know what a strong effect colour has on us. In fact, colour healing has been used by mankind throughout history. The ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans all used colour in a variety ways to treat different ailments. This accessible introduction gives practical advice on how to make the most creative use of colour in what we wear, our surroundings and how certain colours can be effective in treating particular health conditions.

Aromatherapy

Author: Gill Martin
Editor: Vintage
ISBN: 9780091812768
Size: 20,98 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Guide To Reflexology And Complementary Therapies

Author: Joyce Miller
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ISBN: 9781840671803
Size: 12,73 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Guide to Reflexology forms part of a series of informative handbooks, presenting everyday information in a clear and informative manner. Reflexology, aromatherapy, light therapy, Do-In, Shiatsu and Yoga and many other complementary therapies are covered within this introductory guide. Regarded as non-scientific, many of these therapies are acknowledged as valuable systems of theory about disease causes and treatments. More and more people are turning to alternative health care for the answers to longevity and well-being.

The Everything Massage Book

Author: Valerie Voner
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1605504785
Size: 12,31 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Massage has been proven to reduce stress, promote healing, and enhance healthful living. Unfortunately, spas and massage therapies can be prohibitively expensive. The Everything Massage Book provides readers with all they need to put professional massage techniques to use in their own homes. Packed with easy-to-follow instruction, this reader-friendly guide presents the many benefits of massage and addresses the ten most popular techniques, including Swedish and shiatsu massage.

Thrive On Stress

Author: Jan Sutton
Editor: How To Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781857035544
Size: 13,87 MB
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Not all stress is bad. Readers can discover how to conquer negative stress and use positive pressure to boost self-esteem and confidence. Supported by numerous illustrations, activities and comprehensive case studies, this fascinating book could quite literally transform their lives.

The Natural Medicine First Aid Remedies

Author: Stephanie Marohn
Editor: Hampton Roads Publishing
ISBN: 9781612831336
Size: 18,40 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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When faced with common health emergencies, many of us automatically turn to over-the-counter medications. But we have another option--easy-to-use, safe, inexpensive, and highly effective natural medicines. Natural Medicine First Aid Remedies provides everything you need to know to treat a range of ailments and health concerns, including burns, muscle cramps, hot flashes, shock, sore throat, toothache--100 common health problems in all. (Next time you get a headache, try rubbing peppermint essential oil on your temples before you reach for the aspirin.) Natural Medicine First Aid Remedies tells how to equip your medicine cabinet with the ten most essential natural remedies including arnica (for pain and stiffness), echinacea (for colds), tea tree oil (for skin infections), aloe vera gel (for burns), activated charcoal (for food poisoning), and more. It explains how homeopathy, herbs, diet, essential oils, flower essences, nutritional supplements, reflexology, and gem therapy can provide healing benefits for various conditions. Written by health journalist Stephanie Marohn, Natural Medicine First Aid Remedies is based on medical research and draws upon protocols used by dozens of health care practitioners. Informative and unique, it is a reference that you will want to consult whenever faced with one of life's everyday medical emergencies, injuries, or discomforts.