Reflexology is a science that believes their are reflex points in the feet that correspond to everything in the body. By working these points you are stimulating areas of the body and organs. This book locates and identifies these points, plus a whole lot more.
Arizona Institute of Reflexology
Reflexology is a complementary, integrative health science. Dr. Fitzgerald call this nature's push button for vibrate health.
Reflexology is a powerful tool using the brain to communication with the nervous system for responds. Pressure is applied to the feet, which stimulates all the glands, organs, and systems of the body, thus persuading the body to biologically correct, strengthen and reinforce itself.
Learn to identify and locate the reflex points. Plus apply Whysong Rock, Brain Surgery, Reflex Arch, and use combinations of reflex points that blend together for an awesome result of relaxation, relieve of pain and stress. Reflexology is like a dance, new steps, old steps combined together for perfect harmony in The Whysong Method.
Reflexology is the gift of love in the art of healing mind, body and spirit - one foot at a time.
Chapter One - History
A pictograph dating between 2500 - 2330 BC in the tomb of Ankmahor displays the operation of circumcisions. Some illustrate the care given to the hands and feet, and it has been suggested that they represent the manicure and pedicure. *Note that in this picture from the history book (The Tomb of Ankhm’ahor at Saqqara by Alexander Badawy), the practitioners have tools in their hands. The reflexology books have taken the tools out of the hands. Dr. Fitzgerald used tools for reflexology. As well the translation of the hieroglyphs are stated different; *(In reflexology books it says: “Don’t hurt them; and make it enjoyable for you, my dear.”) The history book state: ‘Make these give strength.’ Reply; ‘I will do thy pleasure’ reply; ‘Do not cause pain to these.’ Most reflexologists say that this is a reference to an early practice of reflexology, though this is questioned. If they would not have changed and altered the true saying in the history book it would have sounded more clinical, asking for more strength is not a manicure in my opinion.