Let Your Feet Move You
Updated: Feb 2, 2020
There is a delicate beauty in the intricate strength found woven through the structures of your feet.
Small toes leading to slender ankles can almost make you overlook how perfectly put together each foot is.
As your feet contact the ground and support you in standing, see if you are more over one foot than the other.
Your feet contact the ground and support you in standing, see if you are more over one foot than the other.
Exaggerate that feeling and be even more over that foot, feeling how the sensation of support moves up through your leg and into the rest of you.
Now allow yourself to be more over onto your other foot and feel if it’s easy to let yourself have the support of this foot under you.
Gently explore this shift from one foot to the other and bring your attention somewhere new each time. How do you move through your ankles, your knees, or your hips as you explore this?
How does your abdomen, chest, shoulders, neck and head respond to the changing dynamics between your feet?
Taken as a whole, soften into the impression you have of your feet and how you allow yourself to be carried and moved by them.
Thanks to The Feldenkrais Guild UK