Qigong and meditation are my favorite ways to begin my day.  I taught an evening qigong class at sunset on the beach of Oceanside, CA. I know that my daily practice of this discipline is what prepared me for life after the loss of my leg!

Where the mind focuses energy goes. These practices amplify positivity and healing. Each surgery where In used medical Qigong my healing process was much faster. At one of my appointments after my surgery my surgeon said: “whatever it is you are doing, keep doing it.” through 24 surgeries I know that Qigong has supported me in embracing and accepting my condition. It gives me the hope and determination is takes me to continue to learn how to walk with a prosthesis and  not let the loss of my leg keep me from enjoying life!


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