Thursday, June 22, 2006

Theosphical Society Members Meet Z-coil

Ed Alden first tried on the Z-coil footwear at the Fremont Fair last weekend. He was working at the Theosophical Society booth there when a fellow member shared her story of going to Washington DC wearing Z-coils for a week with no pain. She related with a normal pair of shoes after one day she would have pain. He came to our booth tried them on, then followed up at our booth.

Mr. Alden suffers from peripheral neuropathy which his mother also had experienced. His uncle does currently have neuropathy as well. We look forward to reports from Ed on his progress toward pain relief with the Z-coil footwear.

For more info on the Theosophical Society check out their website at:

The Three Objects of the Theosophical Society which began in 1875 are:

~To form a nucleus of the universal brotherhood of humanity, without distinction of race, creed, sex, caste, or color;
~To encourage the comparative study of religion, philosophy, and science;
~To investigate unexplained laws of nature and the powers latent in humanity. Posted by Picasa

Paul Now in His Third Pair of Z-coil's

Paul Kemmerer bought his first pair of Z-coil Cloudwalkers 2 years ago after a friend told him they helped his pain. "I thought they should help prevent pain." Today, 6-22-06, I bought my third pair of Z-coils. This is my second pair of white Cloudwalkers. I loaned out my anniversary shoes to a friend who is experiencing knee pain after an accident. I enjoy wearing my Z-coils and am wanting to introduce a couple more friends to them. Posted by Picasa

Fremont Solstice Parade and Fair Shows off Z-coil

Lotchie works the Fremont Summer Solstice Fair June 17 and 18, 2006. Posted by Picasa

Saturday, June 17, 2006

"The Stranger" Seeks out Capitol Hill Neighbor

Eatin' Out
Praise the Lord and Pass the Pizza
Finally! Middle-of-the-night pizza by the slice! Juliano's is a new Capitol Hill hole in the wall serving made-to-order pizza into the wee hours every night. Owner Juliano Cabrini makes your slice to order and then sends it on a slow journey through a conveyer oven while you stand by salivating. The house four-cheese special is far from a regret-laden gut-bomb: an extra-delicate herbed crust cradles homemade tomato sauce and a reduced-fat four-cheese blend in place of greasy mozzarella. You can concoct your own combo from fresh toppings including spinach tossed in balsamic vinegar, prosciutto, bacon, juicy sun-dried tomatoes, brie, Swiss, even a pretty damn delicious vegan cheese. Whole pies are also available; call first if you don't want to wait.
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Wednesday, June 07, 2006

Feel Good Footwear Is Closing

To All Z-coil Enthusiasts:

We are saddened by the news that the Bellevue Store “Feel Good Footwear” is closing as of June 15, 2006.

We, at “Your 2 Feet”, stand behind the Z-coil footwear. We are ready to continue to provide service to all members of our Z-coil extended family. We will provide all sizes of all products that are available. Come see the new styles that have just arrived.

Your 2 Feet and Dr. Z-coil can be reached by calling 206-838-7338 for the 1201 Pine St store, or 206-782-7300 for the 1764 NW 56th St (Ballard) store.

As owner of both stores, and a practicing podiatrist, I have found that the impact reduction design of Z-coil footwear often provides exceptional pain relief for many people throughout the country.

Check out our website for directions as well as events and testimonials from satisfied Z-Coil customers. We are open six days a week at the Pine St. store: Monday to Friday 10 AM to 6 PM, Saturday 11AM to 5 PM. Ballard is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10 AM to 6 PM.

Your 2 Feet,

Lotchie M. Kerch, D.P.M.

One Stop Foot Shop
Authorized Dealer for Z-Coil
Pain Relief Footwear

1201 Pine St
Seattle, WA 98101

Nordic Prof. Building
1764 NW 56th
Seattle, WA 98107