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Qigong Sensory Therapy for Autism Videos
QST is a breakthrough medical massage protocol (that parents can learn) that is based on principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The 12 movements work on acupuncture points and meridian channels on the front and back of the body. By stimulating circulation to the nerves in the skin, the movements in QST help balance the sensory systems so that they work together more effectively. As a result, the child becomes more tolerant to touch, helping them interact with people and the environment around them, and improving emotional and learning development. This is a must-learn therapy if you have a child with autism.
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