Lately I am trying to communicate simple ways one can integrate healthy movement and awareness into their day. It seems when I break things down into little tidbits which are easily applicable, it is much more effective than a slew of anatomical information.
The next tidbit (I like that word “tidbit”)
Today I went on a meandering ramble through my neighborhood, to a park and then up a hill to my mom’s house. As I walked, I tried to keep finding the little bits of grass, wood chips, dirt and rock to walk on instead of the pavement. I have always tried try to do this for health reasons and it occurred to me that this practice of changing the surfaces one walks on is an easy and significant thing to do. Here’s why:
1. The feet help sense and coordinate for everything in your body, but the feet are ending up asleep and it’s time to wake them up!