Join us for one night only screening of the feature documentary ‘A Life Unbound’. A film by Geordie Trifa.
The film documents the work of Anat Baniel, the founder of Anat Baniel Method Neuromovement and features interviews with some of the world’s top neuroscientists.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A to further explore brain plasticity strategies, how ABM works with disability, pain and limitation, and a discussion with Judith Dack and other ABM practitioners.
Day: Tuesday June 18, 2019
Location: Innis Town Hall, 2 Sussex Avenue, Toronto
Tickets: $15 on Eventbrite
After surviving life-altering brain injuries, a former NFL Cheerleader, and a young boy find healing through a groundbreaking method that takes their recovery above and beyond the medical system’s prognosis. Speaking with the worlds top Neuroscientists ‘A Life Unbound’ explores brain plasticity strategies for people who have endured brain injuries and the role that these strategies can play in revolutionizing our human experience as a whole.
Innis Town Hall located within Innis College on the University of Toronto‘s downtown campus, at the NW corner of St. George Street and Sussex Avenue, just south of Bloor Street. We are a five minute walk South from the St. George TTC Station (see map below).
There is limited street parking available on Sussex Avenue as well as St. George Street. Click here to view the closest parking garages.
Innis Town Hall is barrier-free. There are 4 dedicated barrier free spaces at the rear of Innis Town Hall and the cinema has power assisted doors for full access. Accessible, gender neutral washrooms are located in the Innis College Office of the Principal as well as in the Innis Cafe. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about accessibility.