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Mouse's Best Day Ever: Children's Reflexology to Soothe Sore Teeth and Tums

by Susan Quayle Singing Dragon
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Hbk 44 pages
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Mouse and Mole head to Squirrel's tree for tea, but as the weather turns stormy they have to find shelter. Will the rain and wind dampen their day? Join them as they find fun and laughter and have the best day ever!

With delightfully engaging rhymes and illustrations, this book features easy-to-follow diagrams and instructions for giving basic reflexology to a child. The reflexology techniques included relax and soothe, and they offer a gentle remedy to the symptoms of constipation, colic and teething in babies and young children.

Written by a specialist maternity reflexologist, this book can also be used to help strengthen the bonding process between parent (or carer) and child. No prior reflexology knowledge is required.

Foreword by Spiros Dimitrakoulas. Foreword by Sally Earlam. Introduction. Basic Reflexology Techniques. The Stories and How to Use These Books. The Reflexes and Characters. Mouse's Best Day Ever.

 'I am so delighted to see the return of Mouse...The books bring together a fun read with beautiful illustrations, combined with simple reflexology moves as a means to improving health and calming fractious minds.'  - from the foreword by Sally Earlam FMAR. BSc. RN. PGCE, Head of Training and Education for the Association of Reflexologists, Board member of the Reflexology in Europe Network   


''Besides helping you create bonds, [this book] can also be used to help calm down your child for bedtime and stress in general, it is a means to teach your children about their body, it might even prove worthy as a complement in addressing illnesses or pursuing wellbeing.'' - from the foreword by Spiros Dimitrakoulas (Sp???? ??ยต?t??????a?), Chair of Reflexology in Europe Network
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 guideThe Mouse's House, also published by Singing Dragon. The course has been approved by the Association of Reflexologist and the Federation of Holistic Therapists. To find out more, including dates and venues across the UK, please visit>


Susan lives in Devon, UK and her clinic is based in Exeter and at her home.