Where the eyes go, the legs follow. Or vice versa. Learn how the movement of your eyes and your legs affect your pelvis and spine. This is a very gentle lesson with some profound neurological learning.
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We really don't pay enough attention to our feet. Yet how your feet and ankles work affects how you stand and walk, impacting on the organization of your hips and back. This lesson looks at how a small movement of the foot can change everything.
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