Part 2 of how to get rid of swollen feet taught by Yusen Kimura, a lymphatic care trainer. Simple movements that can be done while sitting will relax your muscles and improve your body’s lymph flow. Once a day, go with the video and get a body that doesn’t swell in your legs and lower body.
Table of contents
- Profile of Yumi Kimura
- How to get rid of swollen legs by sitting
- Step 1 Relax your calf muscles
- Step 2 Press around the ankle to loosen
- Step 3 Finish by loosening the back of the calf
- Check out the video on how to get rid of swollen legs by sitting!
Profile of Yumi Kimura
Born in 1959 (Showa 34). Representative of LHJ (Life & Health Joy). While working as a pharmacist, he encountered lymphatic care while looking for a remedy for migraine headaches that could not be cured. He devised a unique method to maintain a healthy and youthful body. He works extensively as a trainer.
How to get rid of swollen legs by sitting
This is Yusen Kimura ‘s 2nd method to eliminate swollen feet.
This time, I will tell you about a movement that can relieve swelling by loosening and softening the calf muscles while sitting, making it easier for lymph to flow.
Step 1 Relax your calf muscles
First, hold your heels and rock them gently. Place your other hand on the inside of your calf and feel the vibration. If you have stiff ankles, you may not be able to move easily, but please try to relax your ankles.
After rocking for about 30 seconds, place your hand on the outside of your calf and rock again.
Step 2 Press around the ankle to loosen
After step 1, press your ankles to loosen the muscles.
Squeeze the inside and outside of the ankle so hard that it hurts.
Press for 5 seconds and let go. Do this three times.
This will help release more tension in your calves.
By doing step 2, your muscles should be quite loose and your ankle should be easier to move.
Step 3 Finish by loosening the back of the calf
Loosen the back of the calf with the image of rubbing lightly with the knee on the opposite side.
If there is a painful place, let’s press it down.
The stiff part of the calf becomes softer, and the blood and lymph flow can be improved.