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Reflexology: Thorsons First Directions by  Nicola Hall - First Edition - 2002 - from Wyrdhoard Books and

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Reflexology: Thorsons First Directions

by Hall, Nicola

Condition: Very Good/Acceptable

Hammersmith UK: Thorsons, 2002. First Edition is Near-Fine in illustrated matte paper over boards. Spine head has creases; ow Fine. DJ rubbed along extremities w rolling; slender creases along front tail; nick at front spine head w fold; blind tear at rear head flap fold w sm creased flaps. "Each part of our bodies is reflected in its own special reflex point on the feet and hands. This introductory guide shows how you can use reflexology as a form of complete healing. Reflexology can detect and correct energy imbalance and restore balance to the body -- this full color book includes: -- How treatment works and how it is given-- A guide to the reflex areas-- Effective reflexology treatments-- Reflexology as a Preventative Therapy-- Finding a Reliable Reflexologist "--publisher . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Acceptable. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Used.


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