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Congratulations Free to Move member Cathy Kalab!

Watch the short video and see Cathy nailing it...
“big toe up other 4 toes stay softly down; big toe down other 4 toes up” + swop-

Does your brain recognise you have toes? 

Can you gently press each toe individually into the ground – without the others joining in?

Did you know that for every 1% we can improve your big toe abilities it can improve your balance by up to 7%?

It doesn’t matter what your feet look like right now, improvement is limitless…It’s never too late to start.

Each week in class we create movement in our feet to encourage their capability through simple tasks which challenge them, improving coordination, mobility, and strength.

So thanks Cathy for showing us and encouraging us that it can be done

And by the way…

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