Do you have happy feet?
With 26 bones and 32 joints there’s a lot going on in your feet and we ask a lot of them. Every time we take a step, each foot is supporting your whole weight. Add into that walking, running and wearing high-heeled or non-supportive shoes and your feet could probably do with some TLC.
Issues that start in the feet can cause pain in your ankles, knees, hips and even shoulders, so looking after your feet is a good preventative measure.
This is why I trained in Thai Foot Massage.
The treatment covers toe to knee and involves a mix of hands-on massage and stimulation of reflex points using a rosewood stick. It’s a great way to look after your hard-working feet and, as it’s both invigorating and relaxing, is a wonderful, interesting treatment to receive. According to Thai medicine, it also promotes healing on a deep level, so is great as a general health boost or to help re-balance the body after illness.
Indulge your feet to a full hour, or you can include it as part of an hour appointment.