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Penal & Drug Rehabilitation w/ Tai Chi & Qigong—A Resource for Court, Jail, Prison, and Drug Rehabilitation Professionals, & Tai Chi & QG Teachers

Publication year: 2011 | Cataloged on: Apr. 01, 2011

Library ID

  • 024932

Other Information

  • 2011
  • 6 pages
Thumbnail preview Information about the use of tai chi or Qigong in a drug rehabilitation program is supplied. “A small preliminary study has shown that men who have learned these practices are successful upon parole ninety four percent of the time” (p. 1). Articles available on this website include: “World T'ai Chi & Qigong Day Begins a Life Journey. . . Benefiting "MANY" Women in the Kansas State Correctional Facility for Women” by Linda Bower; “An End to Crime, Qi Gong in Corrections” by James K. Hecker; and “A Glimpse of Global Liberation at Folsom Prison” by Bill Douglas.

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