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I focus on modalities to help  stay pain free, increase mobility and balance.  Each of the below modalities offers anyone who cares to be pro-active ways to improve and eradicate pain, specific issues like bunions, neuromas, plantar fasciatis, hammertoes, and other common ailments as well as improve circulation, balance and general well-being.  The order below represents my learning path.

Yamuna Foot Fitness®

The feet actually need very little attention to stay in good working order. Once you begin working on your feet, you will see your legs, hips and back improve also. After you know how to practice Yamuna® Foot Fitness, you can find which routines work best for you and do as little as 5 minutes a day to keep your feet happy.


Taking care of your feet daily alters your general state of well being by increasing your circulation, stimulationg nerve endings, opening space between the bones, and helping alleviate a host of common foot pain.  Yamuna's work comes from years of experience and recognition of the importance of daily Foot Fitness is in our lives. 


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Nutritious Movement®

Katy Bowman's Nutritious Movement® is a biomechanically based approach to creating a movement-based lifestyle. Katy's was the second work I found focused on foot health. She has written three books just about feet plus many others where you can learn exercises to incorporate throughout your day to create healthier feet and a more mobile body.

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MELT Method® Hand and Foot Instructor

The MELT Method® is a simple self-treatment system that restores the supportiveness of the body's connective tissue to eliminate chronic pain, improve performance, and decrease the accumulated stress caused by repetitive postures and movements of everyday living.


New research has revealed the missing link to pain-free living: a balanced nervous system and healthy connective tissue. These two components work together to provide whole-body support, protection, and mind-body communication. Manual therapist Sue Hitzmann has transformed groundbreaking neurofascial science and hands-on therapies into a one-of-a-kind treatment method called MELT.


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