There is an old saying that says, as the foundation is laid, so the walls of the house will rise. So, you need to give enough importance to your feet as they are the foundation of your body. Your feet should be strong and balanced to support your body. Practice these asanas recommended by yoga expert Raman Mishra.
Garudasana or eagle pose: Focusing on your feet in this posture will help you build a firm and level foundation. The asana builds your ankle strength and improves your balance while strengthening your legs.
Uttanasana or intense forward bending pose: This asana will improve your posture and rejuvenate your feet and knee joints. The asana also stretches your ankles and thighs and improve their flexibility.
Malasana or garland pose: When your legs and feet aren’t taken through their natural range of motion, they become dull and stagnant. Yogic postures like malasana stretch and strengthen the legs and the feet so that they can function optimally.
Utkatasana or the chair pose: The more attention you pay to your alignment in this posture, the more this posture will help you condition not just the major leg muscles but also the smaller muscles that contribute so much to balance and coordination.
Adho mukha svanasana or downward facing dog pose: Stretching your legs in the downward facing dog position will not only improve your alignment but also help prevent foot problems.
Eka pada adho mukha svanasana: If you toes stay glued together, no matter how much you try to spread them the muscles have probably atrophied from lack of use and toes themselves have lost flexibility. This asana can help you improve the strength, flexibility and coordination of these muscles.