Jen Patterson – Origami for Children with BFRB

Jen Patterson is a licensed professional counselor and host of Origami Story Club, an origami-based program for children age 6-11 living with a BFRB (Body-Focused Repetitive Behavior). BFRB behaviors include skin-picking, hair-pulling, or nail-biting. As a special guest presenter on Origamigos, Jen engaged us in a hands-on experience of how she works with children in … Read more

How a Paper Heart can Help You Stay Healthy

Origami hearts are fun to make and can be used for many purposes: to express love on Valentine’s day; to give as a gift on mother’s day or father’s day, or for a sweetheart, or to make amends at whatever time of the year. Making hearts, and giving hearts from our hearts brings many health … Read more

Health Benefits of Origami

This article was written and shared in the Origami-List by Larry Woodand is posted here by permission.—— Can the folding of paper or the practice of Origami be of benefit to our health? Yes, the practice of Origami can be beneficial to our health. A recent AARP (American Association of Retired People) article entitled, “Boost Your … Read more