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Date Posted: Fri, Nov 10 2017, 11:03:52"
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Subject: She must stretch after dancing, both her feet and her calves. The muscles run down the back of the leg, under the heel and foot, to the big toe. That whole area needs stretching, but only once warm. A good one is to stand on a step and hang the heel off the edge to stretch that whole area. Google heel stretches and also make sure that she doesn't tie her soft shoes laces under her arch as this can cut of circulation to the arch of the foot and cause injury.
In reply to: Unsure 's message, "Softshoes" on Fri, Nov 10 2017, 9:44:54"


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  • Rolling your foot gently over a golf ball or a spiky ball really helps too. The main cause is tying your softshoes around your arches because it puts too much pressure on them. If they really become an issue and are effecting her dancing I would suggest going to a physio as they can massage out the arches and calves for her (NT) -- coming from years of experience with arch pain, Fri, Nov 10 2017, 11:58:16"

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