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Check out our January schedule of activities at VBIS!  Download Download calendar_january_2017.pdf (551.09 KB)

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Download our calendar for June and check out all the fun events we have happening!

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Don't miss out on Brain Injury Canada's semi-annual conference hosted on April 5, 6 2016 at the Coast Victoria Harbourside Hotel & Marina, BC. There's a great line up of speakers including Dr Catherine Mateer, Trevor Greene, Janelle Breese Biagioni, Naznin Virji-Babul and many more. Check out http://braininjurycanada.ca/2015/12/20/semi-annual-conference-2016-april-victoria/ for the full speaker list and to register.

 

Yoga is a great way to relieve stress, build strength and increase flexibility for participants of all shapes, sizes and strengths. VBIS holds yoga classes for brain injury survivors and their families on Thursday evenings from 6-7pm. Classes are led by Helena Mitchell. Helena is a 200 hour registered yoga teacher and has been practicing yoga for over ten years. Her approach is open, playful and lighthearted. She invites participants to explore each pose in their own body from a fundamental, universal and safe place. No experience is necessary, Helena will customize the session to meet your...

The battle begins! For the first time ever Victoria Brain Injury Society is participating in in the annual Loonie Wars against Campbell River Head Injury Support Society, Powell River Brain Injury Society and Comox Valley Head Injury Society.

This is a fun way to raise community awareness about brain injuries as well as provide funds to support local brain injury survivors. From Friday, February 19th till the 29th we will compete to see who can collect the most loonies to provide vital support to brain injury survivors. Help Victoria Brain Injury Society win the prestigious Loonie War Trophy...

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