Yoga for the Feet

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Instructor David Procyshyn
4.7907
Average: 4.8 (129 votes)
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Duration:
26
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25

Pamper your feet with this wonderful class that massages, stretches and strengthens your toes, feet ankles, calves, shins and knees. It's the least you can do, considering that we punish our feet daily by standing, walking, running and bouncing on them. Take 26 minutes to give your feet some love!

Equipment: Strap, Block, Rubber Ball
Style: Hatha Yoga, Yoga for Runners, Gentle Yoga

Comments

Re: This is a...
David Procyshyn 2 months ago

Hi there. If you're referring to self-massage classes, we only have a couple others. It sounds like you found them. Is that something you wish we had more of?

Yes, I would like more self
EmBe 2 months ago

Yes, I would like more self-massage classes, especially classes that use balls. I’ve taken some classes that used balls while either standing next to a wall or laying on the floor. I found the classes to be relaxing and helpful for my legs, arms, shoulders, and back.

Yoga with Ball
EmBe 2 months ago

I used “ball” as a search term and found some classes. Any suggestions for classes that I might modify and use a ball, especially for shoulders will be appreciated.

An old favourite, ...
kjo.hill 2 months ago

An old favourite, albeit a humble reminder of my neglect regarding my feet.

Felt great to ...
kristen52 2 months ago

Felt great to stretch feet - something I usually pay little attention to.

Just what my ...
naomi1 2 months ago

Just what my feet wanted, thank you!

A great way to show self-love
Sebastiantanner94 2 months ago

My feet and their strength have always been important to me. I do a lot of barefoot and minimalist shoes. The way I walk and run, but anytime I massage them I can feel the tension and I've known I needed to do more. So, thank you, David, for providing me with this opportunity and another great resource to bookmark and come back to!

That was great, ...
Jimbob 2 months ago

That was great, and painful, at least on the soles of the feet. It was also very relaxing. I had been travelling all day and it was brilliant way to relax before bed.