The Complete Guide to Reflexology Workbook

$14.95

Description

The Complete Guide to Reflexology Workbook complements Ruth Hulls companion text, The Complete Guide to Reflexology, Second Edition but can also be used in conjunction with any other reflexology textbook, and is the perfect study and revision aid for anyone studying reflexology up to level 3. It can be used either in class or as a separate self-study resource, and contains: over 80 illustrations for the student to label or color; a section in which students are guided through developing their own revision and self-study notes that will help them both understand and memorize their work; exercises that test the students knowledge in different ways coloring in and labeling diagrams, matching columns, filling in gaps, problem-solving exercises, cross words, word searches, and true/false exercises; a series of questions designed to inspire students to think about how they will practice once qualified; mock exam papers, 10 exam papers containing multiple choice questions which cover the entire reflexology syllabus.

About the Author

Dr Ruth Hull is an integrative health consultant and author who has been working in natural health since 1999 as a therapist, lecturer and writer. Born and educated in Zimbabwe, Ruth holds a degree in philosophy and literature as well as a masters degree in health and homoeopathy. She studied and practiced complementary therapies in London and worked as a homoeopathic doctor and lecturer in South Africa. Ruth now lives in Australia where she divides her time between writing her books, running integrative health workshops and being a mom.

Additional information

Weight 0.8 lbs
Date-Published

03/15/2021

Format

Paperback

ISBN-13

9781913088149

Media

Book

Pages

152

Publisher

Lotus Publishing

Size

8.5 x 11

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