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Walking on stones walking on stones walking on stones

Walking on Stones Walking on Stones Walking on Stones

Reflexology for the Future

by

Connie S. Young


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Walking on Stones

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  • Methuselah

  • Therapeutic value reflexology

  • The “GREAT” toe

  • Reflexology changes health—

    • Diabetes

    • Fibromyalgia

    • Sinusitis

    • Arthritis and more.

  • Casey Lee—a Case Study

  • Walking on stones—a theory. 


Methuselah

Methuselah

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  • In ancient times, people may not have worn shoes.

  • Walking on stones was a ready-made health insurance.

  • If I walked on smooth stones daily, would it encourage better health in my body?

  • The 7200 nerve endings in your feet say, “Yes!”


A reflexology path in seattle wa

A Reflexology Path in Seattle, WA


Alternative and complementary healing

Alternative and Complementary Healing

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  • Healing the problem does not mask the symptoms.

  • Medications mask symptoms, but do not cure the underlying illness.

  • Sickness breeds apathy, sadness, lack of motivation, and resignation to age-related aches and pains.

  • Alternative and Complementary therapies show us that we do not have to feel so bad at “our age.”

  • Time is necessary to heal and cure—alternatives take more time, but the results are more lasting.


The great toe

The Great Toe

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  • The “GREAT” toe and its significance

  • Thyroid gland reflex and lack of attention

  • Changes in the neck are evident

  • Plantar/Dorsal discovery made in June. (Toe Charts)


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The Great Toe

The Brain and its Functions


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  • Changes in appearance

  • Marie and Susan

  • Neck Study

  • Helping Diabetics


Marie age 86

Marie—Age 86

24 April 2008

11 November 2008


Marie writes

Marie Writes

  • For years I have been off balance when walking. I would veer to the right and could not walk in a straight line. As I left my first reflexology appointment in April 2008, I was amazed to be walking in a straight line to the car.

  • My legs felt lighter and easier to move, which gave me more get up and go in the morning. My legs improved with each treatment and have been holding.

  • I have a constant pain behind my right ear, which was diagnosed as a nerve pressure, but doctors were not able to relieve the pain. Since having reflexology treatments the pain has diminished.

  • Reflexology has helped me get around better. I want to get up and go now instead of just sitting. I always say to Connie, “Just keep me on my feet until it’s my time” and she is doing that.

    —Marie Foster


Susan marie s daughter age 47

Susan—Marie’s Daughter—Age 47

24 April 2008

15 November 2008


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The Great Toe

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  • The Thyroid may have a direct effect on several diseases including: diabetes, fibromyalgia, and some cancers.

  • Taking good care of the thyroid may help ward off many diseases. It is difficult to prove because you do not get the disease if it is prevented!

  • Taking good care of the thyroid may help diabetics control their diabetic complications, such as diabetic wounds. (See Case Study)


Reflexology and diabetes

Reflexology and Diabetes

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  • Diabetics may have wounds that will not heal, amputations, loss of sight, and many other complications from being diabetic.

  • Weight control is difficult for many diabetics.

  • Medical implications for diabetics are astronomical and costly.

  • Does reflexology help these issues?

    • Mom

    • Case Study


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Walking on Stones

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  • Creating an atmosphere of well-being in the body’s systems by walking on stones—a theory. 

  • Treatments are best, but when you cannot get a treatment, try walking on stones.

  • Buy 10 bags of smooth stones at a dollar store, or discount store.

  • Lay them out on the floor in a pile and walk around on the stones. If the stones stick to your feet walk around on the stones that stick.

  • Work your own reflexes this way and begin to experience reflexology’s benefits!


Keep walking by walking on stones

Keep Walking by Walking on Stones!

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Shouldn’t you

be walking on stones?


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