'Stories The Feet Can Tell' (1938).
I can clearly remember being given this book in 1967 during my early physical therapy training days. Eunice Ingham's mantra of 'finding a sore spot and working it out' had a simplistic and yet convincing truth about it - after all this is what reflexology is really about.
It was through her determination, often against seemingly impossible legal odds which existed in that days that reflexology is so popular today.
Reading this book certainly changed my life, the reverberations of which are still active today. The main change came through working with the Ingham organisation and her nephew Dwight Byers. Dwight and I spent many years travelling the world promoting reflexology, something which I am doing to this day with A.R.T. (Advanced Reflexology Techniques)
So thank you Eunice (and Dwight) not just from me but from all of us reflexologists everywhere.
It would be interesting to hear about how this book, also changed your lives.
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