Allow me to brag here for a few minutes. Rather, let’s let Massage Today do the bragging for me! They rated my foot reflexology poster a 9.5 out of 10! Here’s what their reviewer, Ronnie Ginsberg had to say:
“This attractive, professional chart is large, and that is a good thing. The 38-by-22.5-inch size allows plenty of blank space to allow for easy visualization. Foot structures are marked colorfully against a sedate background. There are a lot of reflexology charts out there, and many are too crammed with information in a small space to be of much practical use while working. This one is easy to read for the clients and for a practitioner to use during a session. The large size allows for some structures to be indicated that are not often on smaller charts (i.e., vocal cords, Eustachian tube, axillary and cervical nodes, etc.).
Left and right views clearly are differentiated, which is particularly useful for the plantar views. There also are dorsal, medial and lateral views, which many charts either do not indicate, or the print is too tiny to be easily seen. Left and right views are included in the dorsal, medial and lateral views; this is convenient, but redundant, in that the info bilaterally is the same. Still, the views offer a convenient no-brainer for quick access.
The whole poster is laminated on both sides, also useful if the need arises to remove oil marks. Grommets for easy mounting are provided in the four corners. I recommend this poster, and it will find a place in my office.”
If you would like to own one of these informative and attractive wall charts for your office, please visit this link. They are a great visual teaching tool to use with clients after their sessions, and provide a good-looking professional wall hanging for your practice space. With close to 100 reflexes identified, you might just learn something too!