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.... or a set of
30 reflexology systems

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plus
8 supplematary charts
and  result sheets for documentation of your experiences 

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Ewald Kliegel
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Let Your Body Speak - the book about your organs - by Ewald Kliegel & Anne Heng - Findhorn Press - Forres IV36 2TF - Scotland

Ewald Kliegel with the images of Anne Heng

Let Your Body Speak - the book about your organs 

 
Findhorn Press - Forres IV36 2TF - Scotland





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reflex-balance - REFLEXOLOGY - the maps of health
Reflexology ApplicationsREFLEXOLOGY - the "Maps of Health" 
Ewald Kliegel
 for therapy, wellness und for a sound dialogue with the body
Reflexology  - the Applications
Reflexology is a gift of life itself, in an abundance that exceeds our imagination in any direction. Accordingly, the applications are limited only by the boundaries in our mind and those ones which are defined by law. In its 5,300 years since “Oetzi”, the Tyrolean "Iceman", got his tattoos the various "somatotopies" as the reflexology systems are called technically correct were probably used for all kind of complaints and treatments. Certainly, here we have to limit their applications because we should always use the best treatment which is possible and available. In respect to our medical advances and to natural healing there are often more effective means of treatment than reflexology.

But we may include reflexology always .... further ->



Applications
for findings




Visual inspection
Visual inspection

Palpation
Palpation

Elevator technique
Elevator technique

Respiratory Reference
Respiratory Reference

Testing methods
Testing methods



 
Finding techiques
Finding techiques


Treatments
Treatments



Gegenanzeigen / Kontraindikationen
Contraindications



Applications
for treatments


Massages
Massages

basic unblocking procedure
Basic unblocking procedure

Ethereal Oils
Essential Oils

Crystal Wands
Crystal Wands 

Needles- Laser - Injections
Needles- Laser - Injections

Color Light and miscellaneous
Color Light and Miscellaneous


 ©Ewald Kliegel
info@reflex-balance.eu

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Reflexology is a gift of life itself, in an abundance that exceeds our imagination in any direction. Accordingly, the applications are limited only by the boundaries in our mind and those ones which are defined by law. In its 5,300 years since “Oetzi”, the Tyrolean "Iceman", got his tattoos the various "somatotopies" as the reflexology systems are called technically correct were probably used for all kind of complaints and treatments. Certainly, here we have to limit their applications because we should always use the best treatment which is possible and available. In respect to our medical advances and to natural healing there are often more effective means of treatment than reflexology.

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But we may include reflexology always as an accompanying measure and as a diagnostic supplement for many an application. This means more specifically, that a physiotherapeutic stroke after-care treatment with PNF exercises can be supported with a short massage of the reflexology on the skull. It can mean for natural healing that we teach a patient with a "cold liver" in addition to the therapies how to apply at home a “liver pack” on the reflexology zones of the liver on the belly. Or as a further example, a gynaecologist could encourage women with PMS to massage the relevant zones in the nose with a mixture of oils, a method which is known since about 1900. The same also applies to the urologists with regard to prostate problems for men.

But who says that reflexology treatments need to be always therapeutic, and that we always have to solve problems? The largest field where reflexology is used does not concern the therapies. Although we often use acupuncture needles, laser applications and injections in reflexology zones to relieve symptoms most of these possibilities physicians in general do not know, not least because their dependencies on the complex of the chemical-pharmaceutical industry are simply too extensive. Something else applies to the physiotherapist. Strictly time clocked throughout the day and constricted in administration reflexology remains in this profession, unfortunately, often off the track, despite the fact that the connective tissue massage - a special reflexology technique in the dermatomes - was developed in 1928 by a physiotherapist and physiotherapists were the first to use extensively reflexology on the feet.

But the main movement which anchored reflexology in everyday life was much less spectacular. Here we may tribute our respect primarily to the beauticians and for about 15 years, to the people in the well-being professions.

The elevator technique and the balancing of the MPR (Maximum Points of Reference) may be similar in both professional orientations of therapy and well-being. The big difference is that therapeutically we want to find out which organ or what structure is affected, while in wellness applications this curiosity and this knowledge is legally denied. Just in case a beautician would find out that an irritated reflexology zone is connected to a disorder of the bladder, legally this would be a therapeutic action due to a diagnostic evaluation. The applications in both ways may be the same, e.g. the basic unblocking procedure and the massaging of the reflexology zones. The difference is in the mind. While we work therapeutically towards a relief of symptoms or for specific structural improvements, the wellness activities are aimed at harmonization of the energetic states, the support of wellbeing and at a healthcare in terms of stabilizing a person as a holistic system.

Considering the applications of beauticians more closely we'll see very quickly that they work beneficially in many areas of reflexology. For example, a décolleté massage is performed in the so called "lymph-belt" and thus provides support for the lymph flow, which incidentally also strengthens the immune system. Another example are their facial massages. There the beauticians automatically treat the reflexology zones on the face and reach on this way the organs' physical and emotional basic regulation. Anyone who has ever received such a massage knows that this really is a treat of well-being and one can imagine that a side effect may be certainly a wonderful tuning of the organs.

The potential of reflexology goes even much further: Reflexology massages with precious stones and crystal wands are certainly due to support our internal balancing. A series of experiments (not strictly scientific) has shown that laying of stones on the body resulted in a spontaneous change of the EEG. Once again here is obvious that the entire complex of reflexology and crystal healing has a large scientific backlog. Equally fascinating are the applications of energy techniques, such as Rei-Ki or meditative methods, where sensitive persons also have shown spontaneous reactions, e.g., that a feeling of warmth in the organ could be perceived.

As a summary it can be said that this whole field of applications is far from being used to its ends, and reflexology certainly will have a lot more of interesting opportunities in store for us.

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