In Focus Reflex-ology | Your Personal Guide | Tina Chantrey
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Complete with a framable poster, Reflex-ology (In Focus) contains everything you need to know to get started in this classic subject.
Author Tina Chantrey teaches everything you need to know about reflex-ology to get your life in balance and alleviate common health problems. Beautiful illustrations and a framable poster of key information combined with easy-to-follow instruction make this the perfect go-to reference. Combining multiple areas of bodywork, reflexology involves applying pressure to the hands and feet to produce beneficial changes in the body. The underlying principle behind reflexology is that there are "reflex points" on the feet and hands that are connected to organs and body parts by energy. When pressure is applied to these areas, energy blockages are removed and better health results. Learn reflexology to relieve:
- Back pain
- Previous injuries
- Headaches and migraines
- Digestive disorders
- Hormone imbalances
The 'In Focus' series applies a modern approach to teaching the classic body, mind, and spirit subjects, using expert authors in their respective fields and featuring relevant visual material to smartly and purposely illustrate key topics within each subject. As a bonus, illustrated cards or posters are also included.
About the Author
Tina Chantrey is qualified as a massage therapist, reflexologist, and Reiki practitioner. She is the Fitness Editor of Women's Running UK magazine and previously was an editor at Women's Running and deputy editor of Running Fitness magazine. She regularly writes for health, fitness, and outdoor women's publications. Tina is an award-winning blogger at SheWhoDaresRuns.com. Recently, her work has appeared in The Guardian, The Daily Express, Outdoor Fitness, Running, BBC Sport, Top Sante, Women's Health, The Divorce Magazine, and she has contributed to the This Girl Can campaign, as well as numerous podcasts and radio interviews. She regularly coaches women in her local community to run better and believe in themselves.