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Facial Reflexology: A Self-Care Manual

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  • ISBN13: 9781594770135
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Product Description
The first book to present the innovative Vietnamese method of facial reflexology

• Includes simple pressure-point massage instructions that can be self-administered and that provide immediate results

• Fully illustrated with easy-to-follow diagrams of 57 facial pressure points and their correspondences within the body

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  • Dr. Richard G. Petty said:

    Facial reflexology is a remarkably interesting and effective Vietnamese method for establishing and maintaining robust health and wellness.

    The essential idea is that not only is the face crisscrossed by acupuncture channels, a.k.a. meridians that these link together scores of major acupuncture and associated points corresponding to most of the major organs of the body, but that there are 57 facial points – virtually all also acupuncture points – that correspond to reflex zones for the entire body. Carefully manipulating these points can improve the balance between the “organ” systems of the body. The system is not quite the same as any of the schools of facial acupressure that I know of.

    When the Chinese, Japanese or Vietnamese speak about “organs” they are referring to the information and energy associated with the organ, rather than the physical organ itself. Someone who has no stomach still has the information and energy associated with the organ. By manipulating the points on the face, we can induce positive changes in the information, then the energy and finally the molecules and cells of the physical organ.

    This well organized book contains 13 summary diagrams that locate all 57 numbered facial points and their corresponding reflex zones. The diagrams are accompanies by straightforward and easy-to-follow instruction on basic massage and pressure-point techniques.

    Marie-France Muller goes on to give clear point-by-point instructions for two general health maintenance programs. There follows a dictionary of treatment suggestions for over 200 common ailments from asthma to insomnia that could form part of a comprehensive approach to treatment and the restoration of health. For each condition she offers therapeutic instructions and simple diagrams of the relevant zones and points to guide the reader.

    This is a most helpful addition to the literature on natural healing, and contains a great deal of information that is not widely known in the West.

    Highly recommended.
    Rating: 5 / 5