Yamuna® Foot Fitness

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The more we learn about the workings of the body, the more we realize just how vast is the intelligence at work within it and how little we know. When the mind reconnects with that, it becomes a most wonderful tool. It then serves something greater than itself.”   – Eckhart Tolle

Why Are Feet So Important?

Did you know that there are 26 bones, 33 joints, and more than 100 muscles, tendons, and ligaments in each of your feet?

In a perfect world, all of those elements articulate and glide easily, creating a strong foundation for the rest of your body.

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But in reality, our feet are tied up all day in shoes. They become contracted, the bones narrow, and the muscles atrophy from lack of use. Fascia begin to fuse our bones, muscles, and tendons together so that our feet can’t function properly — which we don’t notice until our bodies start to break down.

In addition, your feet contain reflex points that affect your entire body. Through my experience working with people’s feet (including my own!), it’s my opinion that aging and breakdown begin in the feet and travel upward.

 

Who Needs Foot Fitness?

In a nutshell, everyone can benefit from Foot Fitness.

Healthy feet will help you maintain vibrancy, grace, and suppleness in all areas of your body. And learning to walk with your whole foot prevents stress and impact on specific parts of your feet.

 

“Eager to restore a debilitating foot injury I began attending Ann-Lee’s foot classes and I’ve never looked back!  Her commitment, knowledge and enthusiasm as a teacher of wellness is unwavering! I look forward to her classes because they’re educational, inspirational and fun. Working on the foot savers and foot wakers continues to give me a deep sense of knowing that I can restore my foot without surgery. How privileged we are to have wisdom and passion available to us in Asheville.” Grace Hernandez

More Testimonials

 

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Foot Fitness can help with a range of health issues, including:

  • Foot pain
  • Flat feet
  • Collapsed arches
  • High arches
  • Morton’s Neuromas
  • Bunions
  • Diabetes
  • Neuropathy
  • Circulatory issues

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