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The sensory nervous system is a part of the nervous system responsible for processing sensory information; which consists of sensory neurons, neural pathways, and parts of the brain involved in sensory perception.
Commonly recognized sensory systems are those for sight (vision), auditory (hearing) , somatic sensation (touch), taste, olfaction (smell) and vestibular (movement).
All of which have a communication link to your feet!
Our modern day bodies have developed tendencies towards poor posture, a more sedentary lifestyle and as such we see more and more people with achey joints.
Did you know that your feet can have a huge impact on mobility of the spine and hips, even posture.
It’s true, your feet need to move and breathe too. And often they don’t. If your feet can’t process information or gain stability from the ground it affects everything that is processed in the body!
That’s why every session with my clients start with attention to the feet. Here’s a short clip of using gentle pressure with a tennis ball focused on the plantar fascia attachments you the big toe, arch and heel. Check out my IG story telling series today for other tips and research related to the feet! #mobility #mobilityexercises #movement #feet #reflexology