The plan is to preserve these and other material to go towards the Eunice Ingham and The International Institute of Reflexology legacy, museum
Dwight carried on the work of his aunt Eunice Ingham, following her death in 1974.
We took the Ingham message throughout the U.K. Europe and many parts of the world, particularly from the early 1970s through to the early 1990s.
This photo is of Dwight giving me a treatment while flying back from Peru in 2009 - I had injured my knee on a long mountain hike, so we did an exchange at 37,000 ft
Dwight would often give treatments to passengers and cabin crew (Initially much to my chagrin!) In those days things were far more relaxed regarding security.
I remember on a long and somewhat turbulent flight, a lady was having a panic attack which was not respond to the efforts of the cabin crew.
Dwight offered his military medical, training, combined with his hallmark reflexology. This soon not only had the lady becoming completely relaxed, but also the cabin crew.
We spent the last half of the flight in first class!