They are cute on babies.
And they’re fun to paint in the summer.
But are toes just ornamental in design?
Or do they serve a greater purpose??
Obviously, the answer is the latter, although we give little thought (if any) to them.
So what purpose do toes serve? Do you know? It’s important because the health of your toes impacts your entire body.
The human body is interconnected, and correcting imbalance in the foot has a causal change in the lower leg, hip, pelvis, throacic spine, and shoulder, improving balance and posture. It also engages the small stabilizing muscles of the foot and ankle, making them stronger and more flexible.
Ready to learn more?
Then join us…
Friday, July 22, at 11:45AM, over Coffee & Conversation,
as FAS trainer and Barefoot Specialist Holly Carpenter answers the question
Is Barefoot Balance for Me?
This is a FREE event, so whether or not you are already benefitting from barefoot training, consider inviting a friend to spread the wealth of good health!
Click HERE to sign up and let us know you’re coming.
See you at the studio!