There are a lot of shoes out there that would help you like shape ups, tone-ups, fitflops, crocs, etc. You just have to make sure you choose what make you feel comfortable with. And if you really want to relieve pain and stress on your feet and…"
"In response to the NOAT shoes -- had a pair that I wore for every day wear and during massage. They were very comfortable and lasted 6 to 7 years. They now need replaced with another comfortable pair of shoes. I've tried on many name brand…"
"Has anybody tried Naot shoes? I've seen them at Comfort One and now at Pedestrian Shop (comfortableshoes.com - which AMBP members get a discount). I remember from the past they were very comfortable but I didn't like the…"
"I work barefoot and wouldn't have it any other way. I always keep my toes looking nice because I know people look at them. Not wearing shoes allows me to climb on the table at any time and helps me feel connected to the earth."
"I work at a spa and clogs/flip flops aren't allowed. I prefer supportave shoes, since I do a lot of table work and move a lot. I prefer the Ecco line, my current favorites are the 'Sport' sneakers, very light and easy to dance in. I…"
"I've never had this problem, I'm happy to say :-)
I am concerned for our feet! I think that shoes have a lot to answer for and that, more importantly, feet are largely misunderstood and not appreciated for the impressively strong,…"
"I just read this response. The issue has to do with traction. In order to use ground reaction force-you apply pressure to the ground and it pushes back, - you must not slip. Therefor the shoe must be non slip. Bare feet will get sweaty and then will…"
"I like the negative heel shoe and the style and look of the image in july/august 2010 massage & bodywork magazine on pg 81. I'm did not find them online and that is what led me to sign up on this forum. Can anyone direct me to them?"
"I wear clogs, mainly Dansko in the Fall/ winter as they are easy to slip off!!
I can't work in shoes for the entire session.
This summer I found a pair of Birkenstocks which are really comfortable as well. Again, easy to slip on and off!!"
I got the traditional clog type style, I think they call it the "quarky" now I see that there are many styles with side vents so apparently this is a common problem. If there was some way i could neatly punch a few holes in the…"