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Starting young—reflexology for children and Teenagers

Author: Bobbie Stanton Treating children for a range of conditions and needs is universally described by reflexologists who work with the young as something they cherish. For the professional reflexologist, it also brings particular responsibilities and requirements. Special considerations include legal requirements for parental or guardian consent to treat, their presencein treatment and the need for the reflexologist to be alert to signs of childhood conditions and the specific challenges young people face. In this series of personal accounts and case studies, RAoA members from around Australia share some of the considerations, challenges, conditions and good results they have witnessed. For new reflexologists starting out, offered here are gems of experience. For long standing practitioners, here are stories and case...

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How Can Reflexology Benefit Athletes?

Reflexology can benefit athletes from increasing blood flow and circulation, healing sporting injuries faster, improving and promoting lymphatic drainage, relieving fatigue, promoting sleep and deep relaxation.

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