Tag Archive for 'shoes'

I’ve been a bit AWOL from the blog and social media this week.  My bigs are on Fall Break and I’ve been hanging with them as much as I can. But I still have lots of great stuff for you this week, so let’s go. Katy Bowman offers up a winter version of her popular […]

Are your kiddos back in school yet?  Mine start Monday and as I joked with a friend on Facebook the other day, I’ve pretty much planned enough to keep me busy until 2015 or so. Just the list of phone calls I need to make is rather staggering.  It’s just not something I can do […]

I’ve written before about how I suffered from chronic pain in my right pelvis and psoas-area after the birth of my second child.  I was in physical therapy for about a year and a half, and as a result became interested in (obsessed?) with whole body alignment and the impact it plays in health and […]

After I published this post about cleaning out my mom’s shoe stash, I got a lot of questions on Facebook about what shoes my kids wear.  Specifically, a lot of folks asked about summer footwear.  At the time, I hadn’t shoe shopped for the kids’ summer shoes, so I didn’t have any good answers.  But, […]

I was on Spring Break with the kids last week and we traveled to South Carolina to visit my mom.  While I was there, she wondered, would I be willing to clean out her shoe stash, as per the guidelines in Katy Bowman’s [amazon_link id=”1936661071″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Every Woman’s Guide to Foot Pain Relief[/amazon_link]. […]

(I don’t have a post from The Caregiver Series for you today.  I have a few posts in the works, so look for one in the coming weeks.) Last week I talked about what happens when we outsource movement.  I discussed shifting our cultural paradigm from one in which we lead largely sedentary lives then […]

Should You Be Running?

I ran a 5K on Saturday.  As I am wont to do when in the company of a lot of people using their bodies (or, truth be told, anywhere people are standing, sitting, or moving in the slightest) I studied people’s bodies. (No, not like that.) I watched how their bodies were working. Before I […]