More than wheels that carry us from place to place our feet always need extra attention. For many of us, winter means cold feet and dry, cracked heels. Here are some easy self care tips to treat your self and to switch things up!
As a podiatrist, Dr. Figlo prescribes compression socks often. Aside from making your legs feel less tired and energized, they can help control swelling, decrease pain, and improve circulation. But compression socks are not for everyone.
Core Compassion Project has changed my life. I know every person coming into my studio is battling something, and it is my job to teach them strength and love them. I am thankful to Great Soles for standing by Core Compassion Project and giving so generously to our cause. Together we are making a difference.
Utilizing ancient and Eastern medicinal practices and new therapeutic natural measures to achieve holistic healing and preventative care by embracing the anatomical structure and function of the foot to achieve balance to the mind-body and spirit.
Dr. Figlo can analyze a person’s health within a few minutes of examining their feet, such as your pulses and even your toenails say a great deal about your health. “Sometimes,” she says, "we need to look back to heal the present, and look down to heal our way up.”
Growing up, I always felt this deep ancestral connection to the Earth and beautiful ritual practices. I love to meditate, practice yoga, and do reiki/curandera rituals with crystals and herbs and candles. Truly creating a mind-body-spirit practice on the mat is a game-changer for quality of life.
I was a dancer up until college and then I found Pilates. I knew one day I wanted to be a Teacher Trainer, I find inspiration from taking workshops and classes from other instructors. There is always something to learn!