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Advanced Foot Reading: A Consultative Approach to Reflexology is a book by Sam Belyea.

Advanced Foot Reading is a book that continues the study of extremity assessment through a consultation-based application of Reflexology knowledge. After discovering the physical and mental/emotional meanings of the reflexes present on the feet, hands, face, and ears, this text guides readers through deeper layers of discussion strategies to help clients achieve the most benefit from their sessions. Every topic present within Foot Reading is expanded upon, giving readers new maps, ideas, and exercises to further their understanding of the hidden meanings within our extremities

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Book Details:
Title: Advanced Foot Reading: A Consultative Approach to Reflexology
Authors: Sam Belyea
Publisher: Balboa Press
Published: 2021
Language: ‎ English
Format: Softcover & Hardcover
Pages: 180
ISBN-10: 1982277424
ISBN-13: 978-1982277420

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