The Busy Person\'s Guide to Reflexology

Author(s): Gillanders, Ann


A Busy Person's Guide to Reflexology is the answer to life in the fast lane. This pocket-size step-by-step guide features simple treatments and routines which will reduce stress and increase vitality. Requiring no equipment or special expertise, reflexology can be practiced anywhere, and anytime that suits you - making it ideal for busy mums, the work-stressed and anyone who feels there are simply not enough hours in their week. Following a general introduction to reflexology. Ann Gillanders' guide offers treatments and techniques to revitalise your morning routine, reduce stress at work, and help you unwind at the end of the day. For the travel-worn executive, there is a chapter devoted to making long-haul journeys more enjoyable, with tips on hand and foot massages to protect posture and circulation - crucial for preventing deep vein thrombosis, and treatments to prevent travel sickness. There is also an A-Z reference section for treating specific ailments.


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Ann Gillanders is an internationally acclaimed authority on reflexology. Originally trained in the method developed by Eunice Ingham - the founder of modern reflexology - Ann has played a major role in promoting reflexology as a credible natural therapy in Europe and the UK. Ann has been treating patients and training therapists in reflexology for over 20 years. As Principal of the British School of Reflexology she is well known for her television and radio broadcasts on reflexology and natural healing. Her best-selling book Reflexology: A Step-by-Step Guide has sold over half a million copies worldwide. She has also written The Family Guide to Reflexology (both published by Gaia Books). Ann lives in Essex

General Fields

  • : 9781856751483
  • : Octopus Publishing Group
  • : Gaia Books Ltd
  • : March 2002
  • : 200mm X 165mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : colour illustrations
  • : Gillanders, Ann
  • : Paperback
  • : 615.822
  • : 144