Myofascial Release Yoga for Your Toes, Feet and Ankle Joints

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Yoga for Your Toes

If you have sore feet, ankles, rheumatoid arthritis, weak ankles and feet, poor circulation in your legs, weak immune system, heart problems or high blood pressure, this rather simple myofascial yoga series for your toes, feet and ankles will be extraordinary helpful.

It is inspired by the pawanmuktasana series, these yoga exercises and myofascial releases using the soft squash ball open the joints of the toes, feet and ankles. In addition, releasing the joints of the toes, feet and ankles will also loosens up the thigh and knee joints.

The yoga exercises for your toes feet and ankles relieves rheumatoid arthritis and slows down its progression. The movements in this series will strengthen the muscles and the joints of the legs.

If you have poor circulation in your legs you will benefit from this series as it relieves tiredness and camps in the legs. The series helps to improve the circulation of blood and lymph in the body. As a result there is an improved immune function. In addition this series is excellent for people with heart problems and high blood pressure.

The six lower body meridians, namely: Liver, Gallbladder, Kidney, Urinary Bladder, Spleen, and Stomach meridians. begin and end in the toes. The beginning of this series stimulates these meridians. By stimulating the six meridians of the lower body it helps to remove toxins and energy blockages in the body.

This short video offers myofascial release yoga with a soft squash ball. Myo means muscle and fascia refers to the network of connective tissue that surrounds and includes your muscle.

The fascial tissues get misaligned due to trauma, injury, poor movement patterns and emotional stress. Fascia is a system of proprioception. Fascia is rich in nerve endings, so it creates a direct pathway for nerve signals to flow to and from the brain which aids in proprioception, coordination and our ability to control our movements.

In this video we will use a soft squash ball to isolate the plantar fascia of your foot allowing you to create a neurophysiological response that will enable more range of motion in your toes, feet and ankles as well as greater ease of movement and less pain. The soft squash ball is a myofascial release tool that approximates the pressure that you could expect from a massage therapist’s thumb.

Using the soft squash ball on the bottom of your foot is creates a neuro-physiological response. The myofascial release influences your nervous system which actually governs the baseline tone of your muscle. Because your fascial system is rich in nerve endings, the gentle pressure on fascia communicates that there is no longer need for tension in that area.

In the case of this class, the myofascial release using the soft squash ball creates a neurological response that allows you to have greater range of motion in your toe, feet and ankle joints, experience greater ease during movement and less pain.

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