Mouse and the Storm: Children's reflexology to reduce anxiety and help soothe the senses

Author(s): Susan Quayle

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Mouse and her animal friends are rudely disrupted from the comfort of their homes by a big storm! Waking up away from home, together they must find their way back despite feeling scared and lost. Written in rhyme along with easy-to-follow diagrams and instructions for giving simple hand reflexology to a child, this book will help parents soothe children, especially those who experience anxiety or have sensory regulation difficulties.Beautiful illustrations accompany the reflexology techniques which are easy to use to provide a calming experience to a child. No prior reflexology knowledge is required.


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A hand reflexology programme designed to relieve anxiety in children, accompanied by a soothing story about dealing with unexpected disruptions

Susan Quayle is an experienced reflexologist and complementary therapist who has developed her skills and qualifications to specialise in the areas of fertility, maternity, babies and children.Susan has created and developed 'The Children's Reflexology Programme', which uses her guide The Mouse's House, also published by Singing Dragon. The course has been approved by the Association of Reflexologist and the Federation of Holistic Therapists and won second Best New Business in the Holistic Therapist Magazine Business Awards. To find out more, including dates and venues across the UK, please visit lives in Devon, UK and her clinic is based in Exeter and at her home.

Foreword. Introduction. The Reflexology. Basic Reflexology Techniques. The Stories and How to Use this Book. Mouse and the Storm. The Children's Reflexology Programme.

General Fields

  • : 9781848193444
  • : Jessica Kingsley Publishers
  • : Singing Dragon
  • : February 2017
  • : 173mm X 246mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : October 2016
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 2016039561
  • : 823.92
  • : English
  • : Melissa Muldoon
  • : Hardback
  • : Susan Quayle
  • : Full colour throughout
  • : 56