Table of contents for Total reflexology : the reflex points for physical, emotional, and psychological healing / Martine Faure-Alderson ; translated by Jon E. Graham.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Reflexology (Therapy).
Foot -- Massage.
Massage -- methods.
Foot.