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Contents List of Plates Part One An Introduction to Reflexology The Author The Principles History Why Reflexology? The Distinctive Features of Faure-Alderson's Total Reflexology Therapy Functional Basics of Reflexology Part Two Analysis of the Human Being The Cell Embryological Basis The Reflex Arc Biotypes or Somatotypes The Nervous System The Three Brains The Plexuses The Endocrine Glands and the Hormones Paradoxical or Rapid Eye Movement (REM) Sleep The Different Systems of the Body The Lymphatic Immune System Part Three Therapeutic Experience The Treatment The Therapeutic Experience of Reflexology Part Four A Healthy Lifestyle The Vital Force The Forces of Life The Phenomenon of Aging Advice for Living Well The Brain of the Heart Life's Simple Pleasures Are the Best Therapy Diet and Health The Healing Power of Water Part Five Total Reflexology Therapy The Occipital Zones and the Ten Reflex Zones The Craniosacral System The Stress Syndrome The Three Levels of Being From Reflex to Consciousness Homeostasis Total Reflexology Training Seminars Acknowledgments Bibliography Index
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Foot -- Massage.
Massage -- methods.