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The Rwo Shur Health Method – A Self-Study Book on Foot Reflexology
The Foot reflexology developed by the Chinese school is called Rwo Shur Health Method. This is the first comprehensive book revealing the secret of Chinese foot reflexology.
The Rwo Shur Health Method – A Self-Study Book on Foot Reflexology By Geraldine Tay & Eu Hooi Khaw.
The Foot reflexology developed by the Chinese school is called Rwo Shur Health Method. This is the first comprehensive book revealing the secret of Chinese foot reflexology. It is also designed for self-study of foot reflexology. The book traces the History of Rwo Shur from Father Josef Eugster. Then provides Theory Analysis of the principles of the Rwo Shur Health Method, The Reflex Principle Theory of Circulation, and Theory of Yin-Yang Balance. This is followed by Basic Techniques and techniques for the various reflex zone. Finally, List of Illness, and Testimonials.
The Chinese Method of Foot Reflexology known today also called the Rwo-Shur Method, originated from Father Josef Eugster, a Swiss Catholic Priest, who goes by the Chinese name Wu Rwo-Shur (吳若石) in 1978. He came to Taiwan some 30 years ago to preach in Taitung, at that time he suffered acute arthritis. Another fellow missionary gave him a book about foot reflexology titled Good Health for the Future (1976) by Heidi Masafret. He studied the book and experimented on himself and able to relieve his pain. He then began practicing on others to help them with their health problems, but also as a way to spread the gospel.
- Foreword for the Rwo Shur Health Method
- Theory Analysis of the principles of the Rwo Shur Health Method
- The Reflex Principle Theory of Circulation
- Analgesic Diagnosis
- Theory of Yin-Yang Balance
- Basic Techniques Technique 1: Index Finger Hook Technique 2: Thumb And Palm Pushing Technique 3: Hook Finger Technique Technique 4: Twisting Finger Technique Technique 5: Double Finger Pincer Technique Technique 6: Hold Foot and Hook Index Finger Method Technique 7: Single Finger Hooked Palm Technique 8: Thumb and Index Finger in a Hook (Both Hands) Technique 9: Double Palm Hold and Push Method Technique 10: Double Finger Hook Technique 11: Double Thumb, Bend Palm Method Technique 12: Push Palm Pressure Method
- List of Illness