Events coming up: For Those With Lupus

    Upcoming Events

    • 11 Feb 2015 – 12:00 PM
      Lupus Lunch

      Invitation to Lupus Lunch at LFMJoin us for lunch to connect with people living with lupus, hear about research updates, discuss living well with lupus, and learn more about our programs and events. Family and friends of individuals living with lupus are especially invited to attend Lupus Lunch so they may connect with others going through similar experiences with lupus.

      Lupus Foundation of Minnesota Office, 2626 East 82nd Street, Bloomington, MN

    • 24 Feb 2015 – 5:45 PM
      Regan MOVES: Fitness for People with Chronic Conditions (Feb.-March)

      If you’re living with a chronic condition such as lupus, join certified fitness trainer Regan Mizuno, creator of Regan MOVES, for a low-torque strength, low-impact cardio interval workout to help you increase energy and decrease pain. Strengthen the muscles that support your joints without creating pressure points of intense impact. All exercise can be done from a chair if needed. The intensity level can be varied.

      Sandburg Education Center, 1902 Second Ave, Anoka, MN

    • 25 Feb 2015 – 6:30 PM
      Class: Reduce Pain and Inflammation through Acupuncture

      Join acupuncturist Amy Schroeder for a free acupuncture session to reduce the pain and inflammation you may experience living with lupus. Acupuncture was developed in China over 2,500 years ago and has been effectively used for reducing pain and inflammation, influencing the immune system to restore balance, and increasing the body’s energy.

      Maple Grove Library, 8001 Main Street North, Maple Grove, MN

    • 8 Apr 2015 – 6:30 PM
      Living Well with Lupus as a Youth Seminar

      Did you know approximately 20% of people living with lupus are diagnosed in their childhood? Being a youth can be challenging, let alone a youth living with lupus. In this seminar, Mona Riskalla, M.D., and Kiana Johnson, Ph.D., will discuss the unique aspects of being a youth living with lupus, including the transition from pediatric to adult health care, as well as general strategies to better manage the disease through nutrition, exercise, and supplements.

      Jewish Community Center, 1375 St. Paul Avenue, Room #107, St. Paul, MN

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