UNNATURAL GROUND, CONSTRAINED FEET
We spend a lot of time on our feet. Day in, day out, they carry us through our daily lives, work and leisure time.
While in the past we often walked on natural ground, today we mostly walk on asphalt, concrete, stone and plastic floors. Our feet don't have many opportunities to behave naturally: they cannot and are no longer relied upon to fulfill their natural function. Cars, lifts and escalators rob us of mobility. We move less, walk barefoot less and do not allow our feet enough freedom.
But our feet need more. They need care and hygiene, balance and oxygen, freedom and leisure so that they feel comfortable, and so that our whole body can feel good.