WAYNE TOPPING AND GARY BIANCONI
In our presentation at the 1982 Annual Meeting, we presented new information on Reflexology. Using muscle testing to verify reflex pOints, we domonstrated that certainindicatormusclescouldbebroughtintoandtakenoutofbalance. For example, we tested Pectoralis Major Clavicular–it was strong. We then rubbed lightly toward the heel, over the Stomach Reflex Point, retested, and the arm was weak. We then rubbed toward the toes over the same reflex and the arm was strong. We demonstrated the same techniques with Deltoids, Psoas, Teres Minor and Pectoralis Major Sternal.
Using Biokinesiology, it has been found that these reflexes appear to be located at the subcutaneous level and not deeper as it is commonly thought. Pain felt from deeper pressures are occurring in the muscle, tendon and/or ligament areas and not the reflex point itself.
Try it yourself by following these simple instructions: Massage in the direction of the arrow. Massage for 30 to 60 seconds on anyone sore point. Press firmly but do not bruise. Pain is not the criterion for healing – Persistence and Loving Kindness are more effective as a healer to the mind and body.