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Informative site about the benefits of Reflexology. Personal history about the practitioner and his wife's battle with breast cancer.
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Egyptian Reflexology : About the Egyptians who practiced reflexology.
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Amethyst Healing, Cork, Ireland : Yvonne Brewer NHII Dip (Reflexology) also organizes community workshops on the benefits of reflexology for the individual and family.
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Gladys Bray : Gladys Bray Reflexology and Natural Health Products (Ireland). Book your reflexology massage online!


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