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--Moshe Feldenkrais

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I spent almost a year in pain from a severely sprained ankle. Physical therapy made my ankle stronger, but did not reduce my pain and my range of motion felt limited.

After applying the techniques outlined in Walking, I was able to retrain myself to walk in a way that would reduce my pain dramatically and could increase my ankle's flexibility once again.

Javier C.
Kissimmee, FL

Walking:
Nature's Perfect Exercise

Walking book cover     In her most recent book, Pamela Kihm presents a thorough discussion of that most common of daily tasks, walking. She presents the reader with a series of "steps" to explore and learn how slight changes to our preconceptions about how we walk can reduce or eliminate much of the pain we consider a normal part of living.

Walking: Nature's Perfect Exercise gives you guidance and exercises to help you walk more efficiently – whether simply crossing the street, going up and down stairs, or hiking trails.

Walking doesn’t any longer have to be an uphill struggle!

Some of the topics covered include:

   Walking: Nature's Perfect Exercise is available in both printed form and as an instantly downloadable Adobe Acrobat file (.pdf). While most computers already have the free Adobe Reader installed, if needed you can download a copy from this link.

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