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Our amazing bodies

Past event - 2019
22 May Doors open 7:00 pm Starts 7:30 pm Ends 9:00 pm
Piper's Pub, 4700 Hammond Bay Rd,
V9T 5B1
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Join us for a discussion of all the amazing things our body can do including recovery from trauma and complex biochemical processes and learn how brewing and exercise go hand in hand

Landed on my feet: The story of my hike, accident, injuries, and path to recovery

Janelle Curtis (Research Scientist, Fisheries and Oceans Canada)
In 2016, I fell 95 m from a cliff. I broke an ankle, both knees, and a hand. I also sustained a severe brain injury, was in a coma for two weeks, and had three months of posttraumatic amnesia. I received excellent medical and rehabilitation care, including laser light and sound therapy. I do not suffer from pain. Highlights include working, traveling, writing, and hiking. The brain is a cool and complicated organ that can heal remarkably well from trauma.

Beer and Exercise: A not so unlikely pair

Louis Mattar (Ph.D. Professor and Chair Sport, Health and Physical Education Faculty of Education Vancouver Island University)
If you’re here, you probably like beer, cheers! You may or may not like exercise, but the underlying processes for making beer and exercising are surprisingly similar. I’ll outline the biochemical processes linking exercise and brewing, and hopefully, give you a better appreciation of both.

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Understanding the Universe

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