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Tai Chi After Brain Injury with Dr Giles Yeates

Tai Chi after brain injury with Dr Giles Yeates

Introduction to Tai Chi and guided Tai Chi sequences for survivors of brain injury.

Many survivors of brain injury need support to work on changes to both body and mind following their injury. Tai Chi is an ancient martial art and health cultivation practice that is soft, flowing and meditative. Research has demonstrated its value for a range of neurological conditions.

In this session, Dr Yeates will introduce the role of tai chi for survivors of brain injury and will guide attendees through some Tai Chi sequences.

Dr Giles Yeates is a consultant clinical neuropsychologist and Tai Chi instructor. His clinical work focuses on supporting emotions and relationships of survivors of brain injury and those significant to them.

As an academic at Oxford Brookes University, Dr Yeates' develops new innovative approaches to psychological therapies for survivors, and also mind-body approaches such as tai chi. He is the chair of the Thames Valley Brain Injury Forum and is editor of two book series for Routledge (Neuro-Disability & Psychotherapy; Brain Injury).

 

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