no not reverse bleeding.
normal regular bleeding - from MC to slaves, easy, cheap and ensures no problems if you take some precautions.
when I flush the brake fluid, I usually suck out all old fluid from the reservoir and if possible wipe it with rags soaked in fresh brake fluid. Once its clean - then I proceed to flush it out starting from the farthest wheel - takes about half a jam bottle to get fresh fluid at that wheel.
I also like to keep a little piece of pipe filled with fresh brake fluid to compare to the bleed - just to make sure Im seeing it correct. Sometimes the tone hue in the pipe can make it look different.
The flex pipes to the calipers are wear items too and require regular replacement - about every 6 to 8 years is accepted, 5 is also sometimes recommended if you live in rust. Nearly 90% of cars in Pakistan are running ancient items or even choose to install junk scrapyard pipes (jenyan disease). They really compromise the efficiency.