If you have fractured a bone, then you might find yourself in a difficult position. You need to keep moving and exercising to stay fit and healthy, but you don’t want to put much (or any) strain on your injury. That’s why many people with fractures simply stay in bed for a few days or weeks, after which they are usually out of shape and unhealthier than they have ever been.
But there are ways that you can heal without over exerting yourself, you just need to trust in Qigong. Not only is this practice easy to perform, with exercises that everyone can do, regardless of whether or not they are injured, but it is hugely beneficial and can help to heal your fracture while also keeping the rest of you in shape.
And if you want to learn about Qigong, then there is no better place then the Minnesota-based Spring Forest Qigong Centre, which also offers a wealth of home-study courses.
Visiting the Spring Forest Qigong Centre
If you can make it to the Spring Forest Qigong Centre, then it will be well worth the trip. While all of the courses that you can take at the Spring Forest Qigong Centre can also be taken online, there are a few things that just don’t cross over into the virtual world. These include:
- Healing Circles: This is a regular event, and one that you can find at the Spring Forest Qigong Centre every week. Healing circles are often attended by a handful of new and experienced students and they are led by certified SFQ masters and healers, including Master Jaci Gran, who was appointed to the role in 2015 and has proved to be hugely popular with SFQ students ever since. This group healing session combines what the SFQ refers to as “Healing Movements” with meditation and relaxation, all of which can give your mental and physical health a boost.
- Onsite Healing: If you want some personalised healing, then the Spring Forest Qigong Centre can help. Just pay them a visit and schedule an Initial Appointment. This aims to put you on what Master Lin refers to as a “Seven Fold Path to Health” and it lasts for 90 minutes. The final step, after much healing has taken place, is to recommend further courses and classes, effectively telling you where you need to go from there.
- Free Friday: This is a free and open event whereby the Spring Forest Qigong Centre opens its doors to the community and teaches them about the basics of Qigong. This is not always available, but these events are scheduled in advance, so if you visit the Spring Forest Qigong Centre website and glance at their calendar or schedule you can learn about any upcoming Free Friday events.
There is also something known as “Meditation Healing”. This is not actually performed at the Spring Forest Qigong Centre, and is recommended for anyone who is unable to make it and anyone who wants direct healing from the SFQ masters. Basically, they devote their time to meditating and healing remotely, focusing on you or your loved ones.
Head to Toe Body’s Repair Manual
The Head to Toe Body’s Repair Manual is all about self-healing, at least for the most part. There are 76 healing techniques in this book, techniques that can be performed by anyone, regardless of age. Many of them can even be performed by people who are disabled, and by those who are injured. Therefore, regardless of where your fracture is, or to what degree of damage has been done, you should be okay with this course and its many techniques.
The Head to Toe Body’s Repair Manual focuses on simple massage techniques that target crucial points in your body. Think of them like acupuncture techniques, except your hands are doing the work of the needles.
The Head to Toe Body’s Repair Manual is split into three parts. There are the many self-healing techniques, which account for much of the manual. As well as helping you to heal fractures and other injuries, these can also help with:
- Back Pain
- Symptoms of Flu
- High Blood Pressure
- Mental Health Disorders
- And Much More
There are also a number of techniques — found towards the back of the Head to Toe Body’s Repair Manual — that pregnant women can use to prepare for the birth. And after these, there are a few techniques that can be used on infants, helping to keep them healthy for their life ahead. There is also a recipe for Yin Yang Water on the last few pages.