Total Reflexology: Manual Bridges Craniosacral Therapy with Reflex Points

You may also like...

11 Responses


    It is safe and without any side effect. Proper knowledge of accupoints will give the desirable results! This book is appreciable and one should read it over and over.

  2. I have taken classes from Dr. Martine Faure-Alderson and have found this book to be a wonderful resource when I am using her Reflexology technique Craniosacral Reflexology Therapy. For the trained Reflexologist it is a must read and must have!

    • sanbreck says:

      Thank you Elizabeth for sharing your experience with others so they too can benefit and learn more how Reflexology and Craniosacral Therapy are complementary modalities that work together!

  3. Ann L. says:

    I am not too experienced but a friend of ours is certified and showed me the how to with my Husbands feet. He is a diabetic, and has kidney issues and CHF, in other words lots of issues. I have a copy of the left foot and I just rub the way our friend showed me on the areas that have pain until it is gone. I feel it has helped with his blood sugar numbers. Any information would be helpful. My husband is 87 yrs. old.

  4. Christine J. says:

    Very thought provoking. It really gives me hope in my quest for total healing using natural modalities.
    Thank you for sharing.

  5. John A. says:

    Thanks for for your email and I am yet to see your reflexology
    manual. I am a Reflexologist trained by Barbara and Kevin Kunz of
    USA. Reflexology therapy is very effective and has ninety-five percent success in
    curing diseases is my five years of experience.

  6. This sounds like a fascinating book. I admire that you incorporated the chakras system into reflexology. Thank you for all your efforts and research into this field. I hope that it helps many many people.

  7. Mary says:

    Thank you Sandy and Kirk for a brilliant review and I am ordering the book now, I teach reflexology and it is exactly what I am looking for to complement the physical disorders helped by reflexology. I find your reviews very helpful and informative. Love and light, Mary.

  8. Cecilia says:

    Can you please differentiate Craniosacral Reflexology as compared to the Mainland Chinese reflexology practice. As I used to patronize them after a hard day’s work.

  9. Elizabeth A Stiles says:

    I believe that Craniosacral Reflexology is a gentler treatment, yet just as effective as the Chinese reflexology practice. The difference with Craniosacral Reflexology is the is the intent and focus neurological aspect of the Body. Dr. Martine Faure-Alderson has fine-tuned the points for the different systems of the body, including the brain. You will notice that she has mapped all twelve of the Cranial Nerves as found in the brain on both sides of the body through the toes of the feel. In Dr. Faure-Alderson’s research, she has also remapped the entire body as found on the feet.

    While I am trained in several modalities of Reflexology, I’ve found that each modality has it’s own strengths. I look forward to more coming from Dr. Martine Faure-Alderson in the future.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>