This guide teaches you how to pamper your feet to promote relaxation and enjoy the body benefits of good foot health. It features effective massages for tired feet, basic reflexology techniques, foot exercises and pedicures.
Erika Dillman is a freelance health, fitness, and sports writer and editor based in Seattle, WA. Her articles have been published in a variety of regional and national publications, including Runner's World, Self, Northwest Health, Hemispheres , Ms., Northwest Runner, The Melpomene Journal, and Women's Sports & Fitness. She is the author of The Little Yoga Book and The Little Footcare Book.
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My chiropractor recommended that I buy custom made insoles. He told me that my feet would hurt for the first 2 weeks. I bought this book before the arch supports came in and pre-conditioned my feet. After a painful foot day with the new supports, I reviewed the books recommendations and my feet felt much better. I gave a four star rating since nothing is better than a professional massage!
This is an excellent book for women, especially moms, who need to pamper themselves. It includes details to make foot care a relaxing and wellness-promoting experience. I really liked the easy to read approach with specifics on how to apply the different techniques. I've given several of these books with a bottle of foot cream as gifts to friends. If you want to get started, or if you want specific details to further your foot health, this is the book for you.
After enjoying and appreciating Ms. Dillman's first book, The Little Yoga Book, I was intrigued when I spotted her newest book on foot care. My husband and I are runners and yet had never fully appreciated the strain our feet endure daily and how relaxing and healthful it can be to take better care of your feet. Ms. Dillman's book has been educational, even entertaining and easy to follow, helping us see the benefits and relaxing nature of good foot care. I've bought several as Christmas gifts.