Your feet have sensors to keep your calm and focused


Your feet have sensors. What are these sensors doing?
On the bottom of your feet are nerve centers that detect motion, balance, heat and cold and send a pulse up the nervous system to your brain. This system helps keep us balanced, free from pain and safe. These sensors when working, effectively allow us to move, respond to action or challenges effectively and think more clearly.

Anatomy Of The Bottom Of The Foot Human Anatomy Library

Where are these foot sensors located?  On the ball of the foot where the skin contacts the nerves.

Can this sensory activity decrease? What happens?

Definitely yes, when this happens the ability to react to stress properly will be decreased. These points can be turned back on through acupressure/kinesiology.

Can anything else turn these sensors on?

Yes. There is a unique sock and insole like no others to help reset these switches. Click here for more information.



About mwolken

Mary Wolken, PhD. is the Director of the Healthy Living Center and is the inspiration behind Wolken Pain Relief System. Mary quickly helps you release pain and stress patterns without drugs. She was the first complementary medicine therapist on the Brain and Spinal Cord School Assessment Team for Southern, AZ USA as a rehabilitation provider. 

Mary Wolken is a highly accurate intuitive, motivational speaker and therapist. As an educator , neuro-emotional kinesiologist, homeopath, and cell researcher.
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