Want to learn more about how Anat Baniel Method® NeuroMovement® can help children and adults recover from stroke, brain injury, and other limiting conditions?
Join us Wednesday, May 22, 2019, from 7:00 – 9:00 pm in Seattle, WA, for a one-night-only screening of the documentary “A Life Unbound” by Geordie Trifa.
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 world’s top neuroscientists, “A Life Unbound” explores brain plasticity strategies and the role that they can play in revolutionizing the human experience.
A short Q&A will follow the screening.
This Film Is for You If:
- You’re interested in brain plasticity strategies for rehabilitation
- You are a stroke or brain injury survivor
- You have a child with neurodevelopmental challenges
- You are a caregiver, family member or friend of someone who has such challenges
- You’re curious to learn more about ABM NeuroMovement
The film documents the work of Anat Baniel, the founder of Anat Baniel Method® NeuroMovement®, and features interviews with neuroscientists and neuroplasticity experts including Dr. Michael Merzenich “the father of neuroplasticity”, Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor of My Stroke of Insight, Dr. Martha Herbert of The Autism Revolution and Dr. Rick Hanson of Buddha’s Brain.
Tickets are $15 and available for purchase through Eventbrite.
DATE & TIME
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Doors open at 6:45 pm
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center – Thelma Dewitty Theater
4408 Delridge Way SW
Seattle, WA 98106
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center is a large brick school building in West Seattle (formerly known as the Cooper School). The Thelma Dewitty Theater is inside the building—at the south end of it. Parking is available on Delridge Way SW, and in the north parking lot, up the ramp and to the left.
It is an ADA-accessible building with a wheelchair lift. Please call the Youngstown Main Office in advance to request assistance: 206-935-2999