REFLEXOLOGY on the CALVES

REFLEXOLOGY - the maps of health

Book 28
Ewald Kliegel
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These reflexology connections were discovered in the mid / late 20th Century by the naturopath Rudolf Siener who presented these relations for a pain therapy in 1989 and developed it further to the “new punctual pain and organ therapy” (NPSO®) (see also rudolf-siener-stiftung.de). In daily practice, it has been found that the area of the cvalves holds a somatotope that has a profound effects on the organs. The classical method of treatment was the search of the relevant points by electro-acupuncture. Using muscle testing has shown meanwhile as appropriate to establish differentiated findings. For treatments of these areas we may use the classical methods of needling the reflexology points or their massages. Thus it is possible to support in addition to other measures, the treatment of spinal issues effectively . Furthermore illuminations with specific light in different colours convey a profound sense of well-being.

Dear friends of reflexology,

thank you for your interest in my reflexology charts which have proven their effectiveness in nearly three decades. The charts of the »maps of health« represent the organs as icons. This offers a symbolic language which allows an orientation at a glance in all reflexology systems. The reflexology charts with their descriptive illustrations provide you with a useful aid for your treatments. Additionally you can use the result sheets for documentation of your experiences

Joy and success with reflexology !

Ewald Kliegel

 

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 Ewald Kliegel * 1957, Naturopath in his own practice in Stuttgart, Germany, is meanwhile working with patients for almost 40 years and he is a lecturer at medical schools for 25 years. In his practice, he developed a unified symbolic language in reflexology which are the subject of this series, he invented crystal wands made of precious stones, and he looks at the mental and spiritual qualities of our organs from a holistic perspective. Out of his commitment he developed numerous books, such as "LET YOUR BODY SPEAK", "CRYSTAL WANDS" and the soon to come "REFLEXOLOGY EASY". Ewald Kliegel passes on his experiences in lectures and seminars in German, English and French.

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 Reflexology on the face is ideal for facial diagnosis and for the first impression of people's health. This system is hardly used for therapy but nevertheless the zones on the face react excellently on soft massage techniques, an experience we can share with beauticians. Agentle massage of the face relaxes body and soul, and it soothes emotional irritations. Simultaneously we may observe that the associated functions of the organs get energetically strengthened. Complementary we can use essential oils and gemstones to enhance these effects.


The lips as a reflexology system according to somatotopic aspects have long been used by ancient Indian Ayurvedic doctors as a tool of diagnosis. But in our culture the signs on the lips are also well known: Herpes sores that occur always on the same location, mucous membrane irritations on the lips or allergic reactions that show up on the lips. All of these are examples are signs that an associated organ is affected or has a weakness. The sources for the charts have their origins from the findings of the facial diagnostics and physiognomic signs from the ancient to our modern times.

 

Dear friends of reflexology,

thank you for your interest in my reflexology charts which have proven their effectiveness in nearly three decades. The charts of the »maps of health« represent the organs as icons. This offers a symbolic language which allows an orientation at a glance in all reflexology systems. The reflexology charts with their descriptive illustrations provide you with a useful aid for your treatments. Additionally you can use the result sheets for documentation of your experiences

Joy and success with reflexology !

Ewald Kliegel

 

A guide to reflexology treatments combined with complementary therapies to restore energetic balance, relieve pain, and support healing

• Provides more than 30 full-color maps of reflex zone systems from head to toe, including the ears, mouth, tongue, fingernails, and torso

• Explains how to incorporate supportive therapies such as essential oils, crystal wand massage, and visualization to maximize healing

• Examines the history and evolution of reflexology, revealing both its Eastern and Western roots, as well as recent international advancements

Expanding the practice of reflexology beyond the feet and hands, Ewald Kliegel illustrates how to precisely and quickly treat different emotional and physical disorders with an integrated combination of reflexology and complementary therapies. Applying the fundamental principles of reflexology to the entire body, he provides more than 30 full-color maps of reflex zones from head to toe, including reflex zone systems of the ears, mouth, tongue, fingernails, and torso.

The author details reflexology techniques for each reflex zone and discusses how to incorporate essential oils and gemstones during active touch and reflexology sessions, including the benefits of crystal massage for post-stroke recovery. Drawing on international advancements in reflexology, including the work of craniosacral reflexologist Martine Faure-Alderson, Russian researcher Alexander Kachan, Chinese biologist Zhang Yingquing, and Korean physician Tae Woo Yoo, Kliegel examines how to integrate Yin-Yang massage strokes, metacarpal reflexology techniques, Korean Hand treatments, and craniosacral massage principles into reflexology treatments to restore energetic balance, relieve pain, and support healing. He outlines specific treatment protocols, including holistic reflexology treatments for headache, digestive problems, and back pain. Providing step-by-step instructions for diagnostic testing, he also outlines supportive approaches such as visualization to balance the energies of the body and an active meditation to troubleshoot congested locales in the body.

Examining the history and evolution of reflexology, the author reveals not only the ancient Eastern medical practices that played a role in reflexology’s genesis, but also its ancient European roots. Providing a truly holistic and integrative approach to reflexology, Kliegel reveals many different hands-on paths to healing that embrace the energetic interconnections of mind and body.
A full-color guide to using crystal wands in bodywork and energy medicine

• Explores the healing properties and indications for more than 70 crystal wands

• Explains how the shape of a crystal wand amplifies the crystal’s energetic effects and provides long-lasting results

• Provides step-by-step instructions for crystal-wand techniques in massage and reflexology, in energy work such as aura tuning and chakra balancing, and for protection, power, and relaxation

The healing powers of crystals and gemstones were known more than eight hundred years ago by the mystic Hildegard von Bingen and as far back as two millennia ago by the Greek physician Dioskurides. In this full-color illustrated guide, Ewald Kliegel explains the benefits of incorporating crystal wands into your bodywork and healing practice and details the techniques of doing so.

Exploring the energetics of crystals and their interactions with the physical and energy bodies, including the overall sense of well-being they impart that underlies their other beneficial effects, the author explains how the versatile shape of a crystal wand amplifies the crystal’s energetic effects and offers advantages in massage and reflexology over other shapes of crystals and stones. The larger rounded end can act as a crystal sphere for massaging knots or large areas, whereas the tapered end is ideal for stimulating reflex zones, targeting acupressure points, and tracing meridian lines.

Starting with the foundational set of three wands to begin your toolkit: Rock Crystal, Red Jasper, and Aventurine, the author examines the healing properties and indications for more than 70 crystal wands, some easily available and others quite rare. He shows how easily-available Amethyst clears the head, relaxes muscle tension, benefits the lungs, nerves, and skin, aids digestion and constipation, helps dissolve blockages and addictive behavior, and combats fatigue. He explains how crystal wands can be divided into 3 energetic categories--neutral, stimulating, or balancing--and details how to select the proper wand or wands for each healing situation. The author provides step-by-step instructions for incorporating crystal wands into massage and reflexology treatments, for their use in energy medicine, specifically for internal tuning of the aura and balancing the chakras, and for using crystal wands for protection, power, and relaxation. He also explores the use of crystal-infused oils and balms to increase the healing effects of massage.

Helping you to enhance your bodywork practice or advance your self-healing work with crystals, this practical guide reveals not only the many healing applications of crystal wands but also the sheer beauty of these powerful energetic tools.

Reflexology follows a clear system. Since we cannot represent every part of the organism even in the most accurate pictures we are dependent on capturing a person in its structure. This setup of systematics of reflexology of the hands, feet and ears facilitates our diagnostic assessments and treatments in reflexology . This allows to find the affected organs easily and quickly by muscle testing and other testing procedures. Moreover, quite often we can even identify them. All these possibilities and techniques are taught in the reflex-balance seminars.


Dear friends of reflexology,

thank you for your interest in my reflexology charts which have proven their effectiveness in nearly three decades. The charts of the »maps of health« represent the organs as icons. This offers a symbolic language which allows an orientation at a glance in all reflexology systems. The reflexology charts with their descriptive illustrations provide you with a useful aid for your treatments. Additionally you can use the result sheets for documentation of your experiences

Joy and success with reflexology !

Ewald Kliegel


The supplementary sheets comprise:

• Maximum release points for joint problems

• Length ratios of the digestive system

• Metabolism

• Compilation of the result sheets

• System of reflexology on the feet, hands and ears

• Lumbago and ischialgia

• «Referred pain» phenomenon

• Innervation of the muscles of hip, leg and foot

• Innervation of the muscles of shoulder, arm and hand

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