Walking Barefoot Outside Is Therapeutic

When I started walking barefoot outside over three years ago, it hurt. The scene was reminiscent of the Saturday morning cartoon figure walking over ground glass with oohs, aahs and ouches emanating all around. Prospect …

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Walk the Way You Play

The way I teach is to look for images or cues that clients and students can relate to. The more something resonates inside the more likely it is that change can happen. Walk the way …

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Walking and the Sacroiliac Joints

Walking correctly makes having happy sacroiliac joints much more likely. The sacroiliac joints are a link between the spine and the pelvis. The sacrum, the base of the pelvis, is a triangular shaped bone that …

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Locking the Knees When Walking

           What do people do wrong when walking? That is the interview question that I am asked most often. Unfortunately there are many options to choose from when answering. People tend …

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Walking and Lower Back Pain

Most people don’t make a connection between walking and lower back pain; and don’t think that the way they walk could be part of the reason why they are in pain. Or, they don’t think that the way …

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