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Positive Health Magazine - Reflexology for Babies and Children
26-Feb-2010

Positive Health Magazine information on Reflexology for Babies and Children

The March 2010 issue of Positive Health Magazine has the following information on my new book.

Reflexology for Babies and Children
 
Reflexology for Babies and Children is a new book by Sue Ricks. A topic close to her heart, this book is the result of both personal inspiration from her own family and the practice in clinic. Over 18 years of research has led to the creation of this 132 page colourful and informative guide to providing the benefits of reflexology for babies and children.
 
The straight-forward approach and easy to understand text makes it suitable for both Practitioners and families wishing to treat their younger members. It includes step- by – step instructions, helpful advice on how to overcome many common conditions and knowledge on how to create suitable treatments for individual babies and children.
 
Reflexology for Babies and Children published by Barny Books, is available from all major bookstores, Amazon and from www.suericks.com. Sue may also be contacted on Tel 01509 214373.
 

To Read Articles by Sue Ricks
appearing in Positive Health Magazine - see below.
  • Gentle Touch of Reflexology

    Gentle Touch of Reflexology™ (GTR) is an extension of traditional reflexology practice, based on softer, more subtle techniques developed by Patricia Morrell. It works on the principle that the softer the touch the more powerful the results on a physical, emotional and energetic level.
  • Practical Advice for Reflexologists and Complementary Therapists

    In this article the author offers advice on how Reflexologists and Complementary Therapists can improve the quality of their service to keep and attract more clients.
  • Reflexology Practice - Moving into the New Millennium

    This article looks at the history and practice of Reflexology over the past two decades. In recent years, reflexology has come to be recognized more as a 'complementary' rather than an 'alternative' therapy to other types of treatment. It is also now accepted alongside a whole range of options that are available to people in GP practices, hospices, prisons, physiotherapy practices, etc.
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