Living on healthy feet


"Walking barefoot has already demonstrated the best service in the most diverse diseases. It is a good remedy against headaches, migraines, bladder problems, adenoid issues and is also just as good for the throat and organs of speech,” said Sebastian Kneipp more than 100 years ago.

Exercise is important for the entire body. Ideally, we should exercise outdoors on natural ground and in a healthy environment – a park, or even better in the woods, rather than a city block – and barefoot as much as possible.

Sport Provides Balance

You do not have to exercise like a professional athlete to keep your feet and legs fit. Even a slow but steady start can contribute greatly to a person's general well-being: running, swimming and light gymnastics, for example, provide a healthy balance to the one-sided burden of our daily lives.