Thanks again for visiting Footfairy. Here are some of my favourites and some that I’ve still to read myself. Enjoy!
Tony Porter’s ART
Advanced Reflexology Techniques
Tony Porter’s The Practice and philosophy of Advanced Reflexology Techniques (ART) – This is the Advanced Reflexology Techniques seminar textbook, which explains the philosophy and techniques of ART. It is a compilation of the ART seminar teaching as taught by ART founder Anthony Porter.
The author Tony Porter describes ART as “an advancement of the original concept”.
Tony Porter Advanced Reflexology Techniques (ART) DVD“
This DVD is great for those of us who are visual learners and like to see techniques demonstrated but can’t make it to the seminars. The techniques are clearly demonstrated. The DVD is organised in chapters making it easy to navigate. It has sections on the body systems e.g. endocrine, skeletal…so it’s easy to skip between sections or refresh your memory on particular holds or movements.
5 Elements and Reflexology
An insight into TCM 5 Element Theory and how it can relate to Reflexology from Inge Dougans, founder and principal of the International Academy of Reflexology & Meridian Therapy.
Pamela Ferguson has written this little gem which explains 5 Element theory in a fun way. Pamela has had a wide and varied career in Zen Shiatsu, Asian Bodywork and is the Asian Bodywork Therapy columnist of the monthly Acupuncture Today.
Moss Arnold, founded the Australian College of Chi-Reflexology in 1995. He developed Chi-Reflexology: Guidelines for the Middle Way (Chi-Reflexology: Guidelines for the Middle Way Part 1)“>”Chi-Reflexology” which combines Chinese philosophy, and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), with the science of Reflexology. The result is a unique approach that emphasises a wholistic and balanced approach to Reflexology, resulting in a consistently followed perspective of the feet – the Anatomical Reflection Theory.