Pluggz Original Flip Flops: Tuesday Yoga Giveaway
We love to free grounded as much as possible. This is why we really enjoy the Pluggz Original Flip Flops and the earthy sensations they provide.
How Pluggz work…
Each pair contains black plugs made from a custom carbon and rubber compound that sit under a weight bearing part of our feet ensuring electrical contact between the earth and us. These plugs are designed to conduct a flow of free electrons from the earth to our bodies. This proprietary technology allows us to get grounded when we walk on grass, sand, soil – or even concrete. People say they feel better when walking barefoot on grass or sand or earth. According to modern science that’s because being barefoot enables the body to efficiently absorb earth’s abundant electrons. The very same electrons that make us feel good. Traditional shoes interfere with this absorption. Not pluggz. Every pair of pluggz has a black plug – the round circle towards the front of the shoe, beneath your metatarsal that is particularly adept at allowing the free transfer of the electrons, naturally giving your body what it needs to help heal itself, and stay balanced and happy. In a way, the earth is the one releasing the healing. All pluggz do is let it happen.
WIN TODAY’S TUESDAY GIVEAWAY
This week’s Tuesday Giveaway is two pairs of Pluggz Original Flip Flops for five lucky MYO members!
How to Enter: Just add your answer to the following question to the comments section below: How do you ground yourself?
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With apologies to our international friends, this prize giveaway is only available within North America (USA and Canada). Contest runs until the end of Tuesday, June 12, 2012 11:59 PST.
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