Healing Asperger's through Qigong

By: Hatfield, Caroline.
Series: Autism Asperger's Digest August 2020: 16-18. 2020Subject(s): 2008- | AUTISM | ASPERGER SYNDROME | ACTIVITIES | EXERCISE THERAPY | CREATIVITY | SELF ESTEEM | SOCIAL SKILLSSummary: Caroline Hatfield, a certified Tai Chi/Qigong instructor, describes her own journey with Aspergers and Qigong: "It is interesting tonotes that, as I fervently studied and practiced Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi for hours, my Asperger characteristics of being obsessive, determined and persistent, along with my inclination toward loving detail, all contributed toward mu uncovering this place of healing - my fervor brought me to my calm."
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Caroline Hatfield, a certified Tai Chi/Qigong instructor, describes her own journey with Aspergers and Qigong: "It is interesting tonotes that, as I fervently studied and practiced Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi for hours, my Asperger characteristics of being obsessive, determined and persistent, along with my inclination toward loving detail, all contributed toward mu uncovering this place of healing - my fervor brought me to my calm."

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