Relief For Feet
Learn How To Stop Foot Pain Yourself.
We use our feet to stand, walk, run, and balance.
When our feet are weak, the rest of our body must compensate for the job our feet can’t do.
The healthier and stronger our feet are, the stronger our foundation is for doing the necessary physical skills required in everyday life and sporting activities.
Strengthening your feet will help alleviate and prevent pain throughout the rest of your body.
Do you want to be able to move with better strength, balance, power, and control? Then you must train the two things that tie it all together.
Do you suffer from tired and aching feet? Do you have foot pain, toe pain, bunions?
The state of your feet is a projection of how you’ll move as you get older.
Learn how and why pain comes about.
Learn how to strengthen and mobilise your feet.
Halt damage to the rest of your body.
Understand why foot problems can impact your knees and hips, your ability to walk, and your future independence.
Improve your ability to walk.
Improve your running by increasing your stride length.
Demonstration of exercises and time to practise.
Simple, easy to understand practical advice that can easily be adapted into your daily routine.
When: Saturday 17th August 2019
3pm - 4.30pm
3rd Saturday of each month
Where: Massage & Movement
21E/1-3 Endeavour Rd
Caringbah NSW 2229
Cost: $40 for 90 minute workshop
Who can attend: anyone with feet!
Pain or no pain; male & female; all ages.
Runners; walkers; non-exercisers.
Bookings are essential
Payment at time of booking
Limited Places - Book Early
Receive a $10 discount for Relief For Feet when you book and pay for a Happy Feet 4 week class.
"I'm on my feet all day at work. Using the techniques Roslyn demonstrated, my feet feel so much better and are pain-free after years of putting up with pain. I'd recommend this workshop to anyone." - Sharon
" I was surprised at how much I enjoyed the workshop. I found it informative and interesting. The exercises revived my feet. Even though I don't have foot pain I can see how these exercises will benefit me into the future." - Matt