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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.
Reflexology Massage : Reflexology by certified hand and foot reflexology specialist, Marivella. Holistic techniques such as Reiki and Aromatherapy is also used. Sessions are available in Queens and Manhattan, New York.
Amethyst Healing, Cork, Ireland : Yvonne Brewer NHII Dip (Reflexology) also organizes community workshops on the benefits of reflexology for the individual and family.
Healing Feats Reflexology Information : Information on reflexology, read about a new popular reflexology book, find a reflexologist in your area, find a reflexology school.
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The Reflexology Video ... Learning The Natural Healing Art : Discover Reflexology with therapist and teacher Merle Sunde. This holistic approach to self-healing focuses on the body's numerous reflex points to trigger healing responses
MyReflexologist.com : Information by authors Kevin and Barbara Kunz. books, charts, research, and newsletters.
Gladys Bray : Gladys Bray Reflexology and Natural Health Products (Ireland). Book your reflexology massage online!


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