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March 17, 2010


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Miriam Hernandez

Tim – thank you so very much for the "quick" heel session. I am now walking better and comfortably in my fab Heels! It's taking some conscious effort on my part to do so, but I'm loving it. Each time I take a step, you come to mind “am I walking correctly?!” It was a great pleasure meeting you yesterday at Eva Scrivo's book signing and look forward to seeing you soon : )


Dear Miriam, So grateful to read such a great response from you who learns and applies the High heel Healing principles so quickly - and that you have been thoughtful about the connections you were able to make that night and continue to use them is even greater! I've developed the principles for foot pain, knee pain, hip pain, and lower back pain, but even when someone doesn't have acute or chronic pain from wearing heels, using the heel-to-hamstring connection - which empowers you up the back of the leg and takes weight off your toes - always grants more comfort. Next you'll begin to realize how using the top of the hamstring where it connects up to the hip also bring you muscular tone in that upper part of the leg! Thanks so much for taking the time to read and comment. I really appreciate that. Tim

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