A ONE-OFF PAYMENT of £29.99 BUYS permanent online access TO THE EBOOK AND AUTOMATICALLY SUBSCRIBES YOU TO THE FOLLOW ON VISUAL REFLEXOLOGY BLOG.
Students can buy the ebook at a reduced rate of £24.99. To get this please contact me with details of who you are studying with, or if you would like a group discount code for your college.
(If you already have a discount code still click on ‘select’ below. The option to add a code is on the next page.)
If you have any questions please contact me If you would like to know more about the ebook before you buy it, scroll down for links to the chapter introductions.
more info about the ebook
The Website: You are on a page of the website now. The site provides an introduction to the subject of Visual Reflexology and foot reading, as well as information about my training workshops. It also shows excerpts from the chapters of the ebook and is visible to everyone.
The ebook: Once you have bought it, can be read on the ebook access page of this website. It is in the book that I explore in depth Visual Reflexology, and how to use the skill of reading the feet within your reflexology practice.
Theory chapters: (read more about them here) make up the first part of the ebook, introducing the subject and explaining the uses and applications of foot reading within the context of your reflexology practice.
Practical chapters: (read more about them here) make up the second part of the ebook and explain in depth how to read and interpret the significance of each aspect of foot reading such as skin textures, lines, colours, freckles, nails, broken capillaries, etc.
Additional Content: The chapters contain interactive learning material; technique videos, links to other websites, a comment section for Q & As, and so on.
I am currently looking into making a physical version of the ebook, but due to the challenges of reproducing the hundreds of colour photos in the ebook as well as how to make the interactive content accessible, in a book at an affordable price, this will not be available for a year at least.
Technology has moved on a bit since this groundbreaking book was written way back in 1938!
Loving the feet drawing
(and hoping that Learn ta Locate is not a typo it’s just how people speak in Rochester N.Y. And wondering what happened to the geese that were still alive…)
EUNICE D. INGHAM