Going Barefoot Is What You Need.
There could be something to “Barefoot Healing” and in if you talk to Sue Kenney she’ll tell a lot about the benefits of going barefoot.
Sue Kenney says “One of the happiest memories I have as a child is going barefoot on the beach. Just thinking of it brings a smile to my face.”
There is a whole lot more to going barefoot than just the breeze between your toes and Sue has a workshop on discovering the healing powers of being barefoot.
Some of the benefits to being barefoot include;
- Improved Posture
- Improved Balance
- More Flexibility
- Body Heals Itself
Now is the time to prepare your feet indoors so you’re ready for bare footing when the weather improves. Learn about “EARTHING” or grounding.
As Sue says, “the Great Mother provides us with negative electrons that our body needs to contribute to a natural healing process. Our bodies are electrically conducive and the influx of negative electrons received through direct contact with the earth neutralizes free radicals and reduces inflammation. Wearing shoes has cut us off from this incredible gift the earth has to offer. Learn how you can integrate this forgotten component of a holistic approach to everyday life. It’s organic and it’s right under our feet!”
Sue Kenney is a storyteller and the author of the best selling book, My Camino. As a pilgrim, she has walked the Camino de Santiago in Spain 8 times covering over 4000 kilometers. Sue began her barefoot journey in July 2011, wearing minimalist footwear. One month later she kicked off her shoes and she’s been researching and studying the physical, spiritual and healing effects of being barefoot ever since. Today Sue can be seen walking/running barefoot, even in the snow. She will be leading a group on the Camino again in May 2013 and plans to walk it barefoot.
Listen to Sue Kenney —> sue kenney – are you in your barefeet
Date: January 20, 2013
Time: 1:00pm to 4:30pm
WindSpirit Wisdom & Wonders
33 Mississauga St 705-325-0461
Cost: $50.00 in advance/$55.00 at the door
To register email Sue Kenney at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 705-826-4641