Foot Fetish

Foot FetishWhen was the last time you caressingly thanked your feet for all that they do for you? Do you know that 7 on 10 people on this earth, at some point of time in their lives suffer from foot problems, which in most cases are entirely preventable? But, if unattended to for long, foot problems may lead to pains and problems elsewhere in the body. Our feet are sometimes rightly quoted as the “roots of our body”. Together with the legs, our feet provide the foundation for the architecture of our bodies. And like a building, a weak foundation causes problems throughout the entire structure.
For healthy and happy feet, the best solutions undoubtedly are ‘Yoga and Ayurveda’. Yoga refers to traditional physical and mental disciplines that originated in India, around 3000 years ago. Ayurveda is a system of traditional medicine native to the Indian subcontinent and practiced in other parts of the world as a form of alternative medicine.
Yoga gives feet a healthy and awakening workout that they rarely get any other way. Most of the standing asanas like tree pose, mountain pose help bring stability in the body and energise the toes. Any pose that stretches the arch or the sole of the foot improves flexibility and loosens tension. The alignment of our feet and the distribution of weight through them will affect the position, function and flow of energy through our knees, hips, back and shoulders. Proper alignment of the feet includes grounding though the four corners of the feet (the big toe mound, the baby toe mound, the inner heel and the outer heel), lifting the arches, and equally distributing weight between each foot.
Ayurveda Foot rituals are soothing, relaxing and just the thing your feet deserve for all the hard work they do. A normal Ayurvedic Foot Ritual starts with a relaxing, flower petal filled foot soak. This cleanses and exfoliates the feet. The clean feet is then hydrated with warm milk foot soak. It’s a blissful experience of deep relaxation followed by a hydrating mask to finish off. The result is relaxed, de-stressed, happy feet.
On a Yoga and Ayurveda Vacation, you can give your feet the most deserved care and attention. From Foot reflexology to Herbal Foot Bath, from soaking in aromatic hot water to hydrating with milk proteins, what you essentially take back from the vacation is dancing feet and happy you. Travel Spiritual India has designed refreshing Ayurveda and Yoga vacations for people from all across the world. From private luxurious vacations to exciting group tours.

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