Yoga Toes, seriously? This cannot be real, can it? I know that some people are obsessed with yoga, but this contraption looks painful. Yoga Toes are indeed real; whether or not they can do what they claim is another question entirely, however.
The ad for Yoga Toes claims the following: Yoga Toes help relieve stress and tension, and they can re-energize feet and toes. Yoga Toes improve and prevent foot problems and relieve foot pain.
But another ad for Yoga Toes promises even more benefits from using Yoga Toes: Yoga Toes help stretch, strengthen and straighten toes, and they help treat and prevent foot problems.
What puzzles me is how on God’s green Earth can Yoga Toes straighten your toes? I mean, if your toes are crooked and that bothers you, you should probably make an appointment with an orthopedist.
One of the ads says that you get replacement batteries for your Yoga Toes, which is a real head scratcher if you are not familiar with the product. As it turns out, Yoga Toes vibrate – yeah, that’s why you need batteries – vibration probably improves blood circulation in your toes, so maybe that is how they could help reduce stress and tension, but I still do not understand how they can strengthen or straighten my toes.
In any case, if you have Yoga Toes or have used them in the past, I would like to hear about your experience with them. Do they work? Are they durable? How long do the batteries last? Have they straightened your toes?
And one more thing, if you are an orthopedist or know someone who is, ask him or her about Yoga Toes, and let me know what you think about this product, I am always interested to hear a professional opinion.