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Best Reflexology Books To Read

Here is a list of the best Reflexology books, some I have read myself, some that I did research on, and all have great reviews!

Complete Reflexology for Life: Your Definitive Photographic Reference to the Best Techniques and Treatments (2009)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadWritten by Barbara and Kevin Kunz, world-renowned names in reflexology, this comprehensive guide teaches you how to work reflexology into your busy daily routine. Featuring fully illustrated reflexology sequences for all ages and different scenarios, this calming, relaxing technique will help you forge stronger bonds with everyone in your life, and bring about gentle healing through touch.
Author(s): Barbara Kunz

Reflexology: Hands-on Treatment for Vitality and Well-being (2003)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadReflexology is a global best-seller by two of the most-recognized authorities on this holistic therapy.
Author(s): Barbara Kunz, Kevin Kunz

The Complete Reflexology Tutor: Everything You Need to Achieve Professional Expertise (2008)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadEndorsed by the Association of Reflexologists, this complete course is ideal for anyone looking to start out in the field. With 30 years of experience, Ann Gillanders expertly leads novices through the reflex points for the body systems, explaining how the treatment works to cure common ailments, and how to use it effectively in special cases such as pregnancy, mental illness, and stress.
Author(s): Ann Gillanders

The Reflexology Bible: The Definitive Guide to Pressure Point Healing (Mind Body Spirit Bibles) (2009)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadFind out how to give the healing touch! Reflexology is a safe and gentle therapy that combats stress, boosts the immune system, and stimulates our natural healing processes.
Author(s): Louise Keet

Reflexology and Meridian Therapy – Moving the Energy (2008)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadReflexology and Meridian Therapy for Allied Health Professionals. Written for both students and professional practitioners, it is an easy to understand reference that makes use of ample color graphics, charts and illustrations. The first section of the book focuses on basic reflexology theory, foot and hand techniques, anatomy, physiology and pathology.
Author(s): Lilian Tibshraeny-Morten , Sherry Fears, et al.

Reflexology: The Essential Guide for Applying Reflexology to Relieve Tension, Eliminate Anxiety, Lose Weight, and Reduce Pain ( Reflexology for Beginners ) (2016)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadNEW Second Edition, Published September 14, 2016 If you’re interested in learning all about reflexology, including how to self-perform reflexology and practice it on others, then this book is for you!
Author(s): Paula Thayer

Sole Guidance: Ancient Secrets of Chinese Reflexology to Heal the Body, Mind, Heart, and Spirit (2016)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadWhat if you could reverse disease – or learn how to avert it before its onset? What if, instead of aging, you could feel younger, stronger,and happier with each passing year?
Author(s): Holly Tse

Holistic Reflexology: Essential Oils and Crystal Massage in Reflex Zone Therapy (2018)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadA guide to reflexology treatments combined with complementary therapies to restore energetic balance, relieve pain, and support healing • Provides more than 30 full-color maps of reflex zone systems from head to toe, including the ears, mouth, tongue, fingernails, and torso • Explains how to incorporate supportive therapies such as essential oils, crystal wand massage, and visualization to maximize healing • Examines the history and evolution of reflexology, revealing both its Eas…
Author(s): Ewald Kliegel

The Reflexology Manual: An Easy-to-Use Illustrated Guide to the Healing Zones of the Hands and Feet (1995)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadAn ancient therapy used in China, Egypt, and India, reflexology provides effective, holistic treatment for both common and more serious disorders. According to reflexology, the hands and feet are microcosms of the body, containing points or zones that relate to individual glands, nerves, muscles, and organs.
Author(s): Pauline Wills

Better Health with Foot Reflexology (2001)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadExcellent training guide to conduct the Ingham Method of Foot Reflexology on yourself and others. This is a newly revised and expanded edition with large color photos, much more educational material and there have been more foot reflexology techniques added. This book is an amazing source for one to learn about the body’s functions and how all of the organs and glands can be manipulated through reflexology on the feet.
Author(s): Dwight C. Byers

Body Reflexology: Healing at Your Fingertips (2002)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadThe body reflexology techniques have helped close to a million people live happy, healthy lives, gloriously free of pain and discomfort. Simple, safe, and effective, these time-tested methods of rubbing, pressing, stroking, and massaging away illness provide relief from more than 50 distressful health problems. Now Mildred Carter and her daughter Tammy Weber have updated and expanded this landmark book of do-it-yourself healing.
Author(s): Mildred Carter, Tammy Weber

Reiki Healing for Beginners: Improve Your Health, Increase Your Energy and Raise Your Vibration (2019)

 Best Reflexology Books To Read“Reiki is the greatest secret in the science of energetics.” – Madam Hawayo Takata- Why do you fight your life? – We all have the ability to heal ourselves.You might not realize how much energy you lose in your everyday life.
Author(s): J.P. Edwin

The Reflexology Atlas (2005)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadA fully illustrated and comprehensive reference guide to the many different kinds of reflexology• Provides reflexology treatments tailored for a wide variety of common health disorders• Contains step-by-step instructions illustrated in full colorOf all the ancient practices that have been revived by the growth of alternative healing, reflexology is one of the most popular.
Author(s): Bernard C. Kolster , Astrid Waskowiak., et al.

Reflexology Made Easy: Self-help techniques for everyday ailments (2015)

 Best Reflexology Books To ReadRapid 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!
Author(s): Ewald Kliegel

Best Reflexology Books to Read

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Library Genesis and download some reflexology books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Yoga Journal Offers Your Guide to Reflexology Relieve Pain, Reduce Stress, and also Bring Equilibrium to Your Life

Author(s): Toussaint, Varda
ID: 3233381, Publisher: UNKNOWN, Year: 2022, Size: 24 Mb, Format: epub

Press Here! Hand Reflexology for Beginners: A Practice for Promoting Self-Care

Author(s): Stefanie Sabounchian
ID: 3099651, Publisher: Fair Winds Press (MA), Year: 2021, Size: 9 Mb, Format: epub

Foot Reflexology & Acupressure

Author(s): Zha Wei
ID: 2563723, Publisher: Tuttle Publishing, Year: 2020, Size: 27 Mb, Format: epub

Please note that this booklist is not definite. Some books are really record-breakers according to The Wall Street Journal, others are drafted by unknown authors. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant books you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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