A new study demonstrates that meditative movement can have a positive outcome on wellbeing, even for those with cognitive impairment. Researchers used Spring Forest Qigong (SFQ) as one type of meditative movement that can be performed by those who are limited in movement. This modality is comprised of eight basic movements and can be adapted for performance in a sitting position. Regular participation in SFQ has also been shown to serve as a complementary pain management technique.
Info provided by: Phyllis Gaspar, Well Being Journal
In good health,
Shana Burns, CN