(from the article `theatre`) ...in a chart of gestures, which was used as a guide for expression and characterization by many amateur theatre companies in the middle years of the ...
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reflexology 1. A form of massage in which pressure is applied to parts of the feet and hands in order to promote relaxation and healing elsewhere in the body. 2. The scientific study of physiological reflexes and their relation to behavior. 3. A theory that explains human behavior as complex chain...
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Reflexology, or zone therapy, is an alternative medicine involving the physical act of applying pressure to the feet, hands, or ears with specific thumb, finger, and hand techniques without the use of oil or lotion. It is based on what reflexologists claim to be a system of zones and reflex areas t...
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A form of massage in which certain points, or accupuncture spots, of the hands, feet and ears are massaged. These points correspomd with different body parts and organs. The technique is said to decrease tensions, improve blood circulation and provide a sense of relaxation. Other common reliefs of r...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: rē′flek-sol′ŏ-jē Definitions: 1. The study of reflexes.
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In alternative medicine, manipulation and massage of the feet to ascertain and treat disease or dysfunction elsewhere in the body. It is based on the belief that each part of the foot is a mirror site for a part of the body. Reflexologists consider themselves to be holistic medicine practitioners, n...
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A complementary therapy in which pressure is applied to the feet. The aim is to assess the patient's health and promote wellbeing. See reflexology section.
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A type of massage in which different amounts of pressure are applied to specific points on the feet or hands. These points are believed to match up with certain other parts of the body. Reflexology is claimed to cause relaxation and healing in those parts of the body, but this has not been proven.
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