A book a decade…
Last July I said to myself: okay, I’ve written two books, so I should be able to knock off another one.
Well, not so much!
Since I’m not prolific—one every 10 years is all I can manage—it was easy to forget how stressful writing a book can be. Read more
Minimal Shoes: Pros and Cons
If our hunter-gatherer forebears wore simple hide foot coverings or, depending on the weather, went barefoot, wouldn’t shoes that are barely there be good for us too? Read more
Recently the Saturday Evening Post invited me to contribute to their Five-minute Fitness feature. How in the world could I communicate something about posture being organized by perception in 200 words or less? Read more
If you’re thinking that feet are my favorite subject, you could be right. I definitely think that adaptable, responsive feet are a vital component in healthy posture. By adaptable, I mean feet that are able to move–not just to take steps, but also to spread and clasp, to wriggle and writhe and bounce. Read more
I often observe a particular pattern of tension in nurses, mothers, and caregivers in general. It’s a pattern of being ready to help at a moment’s notice. Read more
Finding the sensation of healthy support from his feet made a lovely difference in Eric’s life. In the accompanying video this musician/songwriter shows Read more