Welcome to my website and eBook
'Visual Reflexology and Foot Reading'
This website contains the posts that make up the chapters of my eBook ‘Visual Reflexology and Foot Reading’. Subscribers can access and read the book online here.
ABOUT THE eBOOK
All the book chapters are found through the ‘content’ area of the website, and you will be able to access them once you have subscribed. You can read each chapter there in chronological order them, or go back and forth between them just as you would the chapters of a physical book. Follow these links if you’d like more information about the theory chapters and the practical chapters of the eBook. To read about why I decided to publish online this way, watch the video below or continue scrolling down.
Other pages of the website give an introduction to visual reflexology and details of my training workshops.
What some reflexologists think of the eBook...
Where Angela's book differs so much form the other foot reading material I have accessed is in giving greater consideration to physical issues. Angela explores them first before addressing the emotional aspects. This works well for me and has been invaluable in understanding and writing up my case studies.
She also includes techniques for addressing presenting issues which are really useful and which aren't found in other foot reading resources.
100 percent recommend it to reflexologists and students."
The eBook consists of two parts, the first is the theory part about why to foot read, what it adds to your practice, and to the profession generally. And the second part is the practical part about how to foot read, which explains in depth what all the things we see on the feet are telling us about the health and well being of clients.
The theory chapters that make up the first part of the eBook are all written, and ready to read. Most of the practical chapters ready to read, with the rest due to be uploaded approximately one per month until the eBook is finished. Subscribers will be notified when subsequent chapters are uploaded.
The Advantages Of Digital Publishing
It offers so many new ways of sharing information, allowing the use of interactive learning methods including technique videos, subscriber forums, and Q&As, as well as links to other reflexology websites and teachers and the potential of running webinars. I can constantly add new content and instantly update the old, and use unlimited amounts of colour photographs and charts.
And it means after the core eBook is finished I can carry on with blog posts not just from myself but also fellow members, and guest bloggers from within the field of foot reading and from other areas of reflexology.
Example of a Colour Photo with Coded Legend for Foot Reading
On the photo below I have annotated some of the visual manifestations it is possible to read on this foot, and then added a colour-coded legend.
In the chapters of the eBook, I use these types of annotated photos and legends to explain how to read the feet. Detailed explanations are added to show why the textures, lines, colours, etc. are occurring where they are, and what they are telling us about the health of the reflexes, both physically and emotionally.
Compressed 5th toe – Pressure jaw & shoulder joint
Swollen Sinus Pads
Swollen Pituitary(or Hypothalamus) & inverted V base of the cranium
Angle of neck – slight lateral inclination
Interactive Learning Tools
You can watch videos that I’ve made such as the one below, which demonstrate different ways to work on the feet based on what we see at the reflexes. I also share videos from other foot readers and reflexology tutors.
Comment Sections, Subscriber Forums, and Q&As
There is the possibility for everyone to be involved, with a comments section after each chapter. In this section, if subscribers wish they can comment, ask me questions about the content, request further information on related subjects, post their own photos, etc.
The eBook chapters
In the book chapters, I will be looking into every aspect of foot reading and visual reflexology in much more depth. Once you have paid your subscription you will have permanent access to the book online here.
The first section of the book is comprised of theory chapters explaining why reflexologists should learn to foot read and how best to use this skill in your reflexology practice and within the wider context of the profession as a whole. These posts are already written and available to read.
The second section of the book is comprised of the practical chapters and how to actually read the feet. They cover all the different aspects of foot reading, including what to look for and how to interpret what we see. Most of these are finished (those in blue below) and available for subscribers to read now, but others are yet to be written (those in violet) and will be uploaded on a monthly basis until the book is finished. Subscribers will be notified as soon as each one is available to read.
Follow on blog posts will be continued after the eBook has been finished. There will be new posts uploaded regularly on the subject from either myself or guest bloggers. Access to these will also be available by subscription.
The chapters that comprise the two sections of the book are listed below
First section of the book: theory
Chapters in blue are uploaded and ready to read, those in violet are coming soon.
- Introduction to Visual Reflexology
- How do Health Issues Manifest Visually?
- How to Carry Out a Visual Assessment
- Photographic Records
- Reading Different Energies on the Feet
- Overview of Uses
- Uses & Applications in Your Practice #1, 2 & 3
- Ethical Guidelines
Second section of the book: Practical
- Initial Presentation
- Muscles & Joints
- Toes Part 1
- Toes part 2
- Skin textures
- Pregnancy & Fertility
- Chinese Meridians
- Whole Foot Analysis
- Compilation of Technique Videos Based on Observation
- Other Ways of Foot Reading
- The Future of Visual Reflexology & Foot Reading
Angela has been a therapist since 1987 and a reflexologist since 1992, and has been teaching the visual side of reflexology for the last 7 years. She runs the Visual Reflexology Study Group on Facebook with over 4500 members, and leads Visual Reflexology workshops all over the UK and Ireland.