ISBN 9781594770135,Facial Reflexology

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ISBN 9781594770135
Publisher

Simon & Schuster

Publication Year 2006
ISBN-13

ISBN 9781594770135

ISBN-10 1594770131
Binding

Paperback

Number of Pages 276 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Public health & preventive medicine

The first book to present the innovative Vietnamese method of facial reflexology ? Includes simple pressure-point massage instructions that can be self-administered and that provide immediate results ? Fully illustrated with easy-to-follow diagrams of 57 facial pressure points and their correspondences within the body It is possible to rub certain zones of your face to relieve a backache or the beginnings of a migraine. It is likewise possible to stop a common cold from developing in less than a minute. Facial reflexology, one of the simplest and most effective healthcare methods, provides rapid relief for many of these common ailments. Developed in 1980 by Vietnamese doctors in Ho Chi Minh City as a less invasive alternative to facial acupuncture, facial reflexology uses healing principles based on the I Ching and Buddhist teachings. The therapy is simple enough that it can be self-administered by a beginner with immediate results and is also a valuable tool for healthcare professionals. In Facial Reflexology Marie-France Muller introduces this healing practice to the English-speaking world for the first time. She describes the mechanics of facial reflexology--facial diagnosis, facial pressure points, reflex zones, massage and pressure techniques--and provides healing routines both for treating acute ailments and maintaining overall good health. Included is an extensive dictionary of more than 200 common ailments, accompanied by therapeutic instructions and easy-to-follow diagrams of the points to be stimulated, for complaints such as indigestion, asthma, pinched nerves, fatigue, insomnia, menstrual cramps, migraines, high blood pressure, sprains, pulled muscles, and even the common cold.

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