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Stress Relieving Self Foot Massage

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Stress Relieving Self Foot Massage

Treat Yourself to a Relaxing Rub

Between massage therapy sessions, practice self-massage on one of the most sensitive areas of the body--your feet.

A brisk foot massage in the morning can stimulate energy for the tasks ahead. In the evening, slow massage on the feet can help soothe the day's stress.

Follow the entire sequence in order, or try each separately.

 

1. Ankle Circling
To begin, remove shoes, socks, and jewelry. Wash your hands and feet in warm water and sit in a comfortable, quiet place. Place your right foot on top of your left thigh. Using both hands, rotate your foot at the ankle.


2. Sole Rub
Place one hand on top of your foot and the other on your sole. Rub your hands back and forth across your foot in short strokes. Tailor your self-massage to your needs by using brisk strokes to stimulate or gentle strokes to soothe. Concentrating on the entire foot, toe to heel.


3. Toe Stretch
With one hand, gently stretch your toes back. With the other hand, use a loose fist or an open palm and gently tap the sole of your foot to stimulate blood circulation. 


4. T-Shape Fan
Wrap both hands around your foot, with thumbs meeting at the bottom of your sole and fingers curled lightly onto the top of the foot. Press your thumbs into the sole, then sweep them up the center of your sole.

Near the toes, fan the thumbs out toward the sides of the feet to complete the T-shape and stretch the foot outward.


5. Thumb Circling
With hands wrapped around the foot, move your thumbs in rhythmic, kneading circles across the sole of the foot.

 

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