Tai Chi QiGong - 2023 BIAYR Programming Series

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Tai Chi QiGong - 2023 BIAYR Programming Series

A weekly online program for brain injury survivors and caregivers to work on mind and body in a mindful holistic manner

By Brain Injury Association of York Region

When and where

Date and time

Wed, Jan 11, 2023 12:00 PM - Wed, Apr 12, 2023 1:00 PM PST



About this event

Mindful exercises for the mind and body with Tai Chi QiGong

Part 1: January 11 – February 15

Part 2: March 8 – April 12

Wednesdays from 3 pm - 4 pm


  • Work with Neuroplasticity to improve flexibility, balance, coordination, and de-stress, with gentle movements to all body parts mindfully in a holistic manner

Course Content

  • Gentle exercises that can be done seated or standing
  • Movements in easy-to-follow speed and methods that participants can repeat on their own and develop helpful habits in their daily lives
  • Learning movements in a comprehensive manner, to improve the balance of the body, balance in the brain, and promote better mind and body coordination in an enjoyable manner
  • Practice embracing feelings and sensing our body through movements
  • Learning ways to enhance self-nurturing and recuperation in a positive way
  • Provide individualized attention and adjustment that caters to individual needs to obtain immediate feedback

About Janny Cheng:

Janny is a certified tai chi instructor, she has been teaching Tai Chi/Qi Gong passionately over the past decade. She believes in the power of mindfulness and loves to share it with the community. People across different age groups and health backgrounds appreciate her effective guidance.

Janny uses a holistic approach to promote the well-being of the mind and body. Her spirit and sincere caring help her students to enjoy and experience many benefits.

About the organizer

The Brain Injury Association of York Region is committed to helping individuals, and their loved ones, who are dealing with an acquired brain injury.  Our focus is to provide awareness, education, and advocacy.