Embrace bare feet this Valentines Day
Many celebrities have been known to embrace bare feet.
Recently at a Fashion Week presentation, a bare-footed Katie Holmes urged fashion editors to take their shoes off, saying that her own feet hurt. The initial response in the fashion world is one of outrage and disgust* but we salute her for giving her feet a deserved rest.
The soles of your feet are the most conductive areas on the surface of the human body therefore walking bare foot is the cheapest and easiest ways to help ground yourself.
Why not take a walk through the park or on a sandy beach to help connect with the earth this Valentine’s Day. If like most of us this seems like a bit of an odd thing to do in public, why not try it out in the privacy of your own home?
Tip: Walking around on your garden lawn with your toes between the grass will help make you feel energised and in the colder winter months simply walking on your wooden flooring will help you feel more connected to the earth.
At night before bed apply Medipod Foot Repair Cream to your feet. It is a 2-minute a day foot spa in a tube.
Exercise is good for the mind and feet
Some exercise can be more beneficial if it’s done barefoot such as yoga, Pilates and dancing, which can all be done in the comfort of your own home. When you get in from work kick off your shoes and relax with some yoga or Pilates. Doing these kinds of exercise barefoot helps you relax and will make your feet feel unrestricted.