This is a brief
listing of reflexology info that I have found. I apologize for the
brief book listing: Out of the large reference library I own, I found
the following reflexology books to be very helpful in explaining the
concepts and offering case studies. Enjoy!
Reflexology Association of America: www.reflexology-usa.org
A good site that has articles and an advice column called
"Ask Reflexology Rex."
Research – the Kunz & Kunz official Web site: www.reflexology-research.com
Has a lot of information. It mostly lists source names to
worldwide case studies on reflexology research. A good site to visit,
but don't stay too long.
- The Complete Guide to Foot
Reflexology - Kevin & Barbara Kunz
textbook for Reflexology. It discusses the history & theory
behind reflexology, talks about/shows technique, has chapter
discussions on anatomy & physiology and an appendix with a
table of disorders and the reflex points to work. (I also have their
book that covers the hands. The more recent versions of this book
covers both hands and feet).
- Stories the Feet Can
Tell Thru Reflexology/Stories the Feet Have Told Thru Reflexology
- Eunice D. Ingham (first printing was 1938; last printing 1984)
These are case studies that Eunice Ingham recorded. They are very
- Better Health With Foot
Reflexology: The Original Ingham Method - Dwight C. Byers
(nephew to Eunice Ingham)
It is a very helpful book with a
table of disorders, etc. Dwight has a similar easy-to-comprehend
writing style like his Aunt Eunice. If you are thinking of becoming
certified in reflexology, I recommend this book & Eunice
Ingham's book to read.
- Body Reflexology: Healing at
Your Fingertips - Mildred Carter & Tammy Weber
I LOVE this book. It's the first book that led me to study reflexology.
It covers different reflex points throughout the body and how they
relate to different "ailments." Want to know how to get rid of a sore
throat? You'll find it in this book!
- The Reflexology Manual:
An Easy-To-Use Illustrated Guide to the Healing Zones of the Hands and
Feet - Pauline Wills
I picked this up at a
Barnes & Noble. It has a nice picture guide on the anatomy and
how it relates to each reflex of the foot/hand. What I liked was the
illustrations on how to correctly work the reflexes during a session.