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Introduction to the foot reflexology © Photo of a meeting of reflexology - The thumb performed a movement of creeping (action to creep) on a reflex area.
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Introduction to the foot reflexology DEFINITION The foot reflexology is a manual therapy. At the level of the feet, of the zones and reflexes points represent the total of all the organs and parts of the body, treatable remotely by simple pressure or passing on these points. The feet in the foot reflexology are the miniature of the body as a whole. Reflexology is at both the preventive, curative and relaxing. Not to be confused with a simple massage of the arch: a [ …]
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THE RÉFLEXOLOGIE plantar in ancient history THE EGYPT According to a theory very widespread, reflexology will come from ancient Egypt. In effect, a symbol found in a tomb at Saqqara dating from 2500 to 2330 before J. -C. , reflected the gestures of the foot reflexology of the deceased, named Ankamahor, an Egyptian doctor. THE INCAS the origin of the reflexology would also of the Incas, very ancient civilization of Peru, dating from approximately 12000 years before J. -C. These last [ …]
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THE THEORY OF Dr. FITZGERALG Dr William Fitzgerald is recognized, as we have said, to be the founder of the foot reflexology. The Imagina to divide the human body into ten equal parts, five to the left and five right. This diagram of the ten areas is reflected in miniature on the foot. The bodies of the right half can be found on the right foot and those of the left half, on the left foot. It is as well as some bodies are present on the right side and left, as the liver [ …]
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THE STRUCTURE OF THE FOOT: THE BACKBONE The first part of the foot: toes ► the big toe consists of two large phalanges: distal phalanx, with the nail and proximal phalanx. ► The other four toes have three phalanges: distal phalanx, phalanx average, proximal phalanx. The second part of the foot: the forefoot ► they are five in number and are respectively placed in the extension of a toe. The third part of the foot: the tarsus ► includes seven os [ …]
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