It was so lucky to have a nice and beautiful garden that you can enjoy your own and family time, relaxing in the flowers and greens that you create with your own hands. While landscaping and garden design can be more than the gardening purpose, but for the “QI” and health for most of the homeowners. Remember to garden fountains we have featured for the “water” aspects for garden? And today we are going to talk about the topics of garden path that you can create for your barefoot reflexology (image: play scapes).
There are different materials we can bring in our own barefoot garden which include pinecones, grass, sand, rocks and stones, mud, logs, and river. Avoid materials that make shoes more appealing, such as sharp gravel and splintery fir bark mulch. And don’t hesitate to add materials exclusively for the pleasure of your soles. Sand, stones, and pea gravel are generally favorites.
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If you ever go to China, you can see pebble path design in most of the classic gardens there, the Chinese developed reflexology, an ancient practice where a massage therapist stimulates pressure points on the feet to improve health. In Asian countries, many people walk barefoot on pebble mosaic reflexology paths to massage the foot points. And now the trend is going worldwide for barefoot walking in parks, resorts, and private gardens, and at the base of mountain trails.