Dr. Jesus Manzanares will be coming to Seattle from Barcelona, Spain to teach a three-day intensive course. Dr. Manzanares was the first researcher to conduct a scientific study undertaking to determine the content of the “deposits” reflexologists find in the feet (access several of his scientific studies on reflexology here). Take your techniques to a new level with this evidence-based neuro-physiological approach to the work, as presented … [Read more...]
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