Help those living with lupus in your community by becoming an Educational Support Group Facilitator! Our groups are designed to build connections, provide support and information, and promote health and wellness.
Rustica Bakery, 3220 West Lake Street, Minneapolis, MN
Tai Chi Chih is a meditative, gentle form of exercise that can reduce fatigue, stress and joint pain, and increase energy, circulation and balance. The practice is a series of 19 movements and one pose that are soft and flowing, can be done anywhere, and are adaptable for every fitness level.
St. Louis Park City Hall – Community Room, 5005 Minnetonka Blvd., St. Louis Park, MN
Join us for dinner to connect with people living with lupus and other autoimmune diseases. Following dinner provided by the Lupus Foundation of Minnesota, health educator Solange Monono will lead a discussion about lifestyle changes that can help successfully manage your disease.
North Regional Library Meeting Room, South Half, 1315 Lowry Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN
Living with an illness, such as lupus or another autoimmune disease, can impact a person’s emotional and social well-being and quality of life. During this seminar, Dr. Courtney Wells will discuss commonly experienced emotional and social challenges including grief and loss, relationships, as well as strategies to better manage wellness in everyday life.
Maple Grove Library, 8001 Main Street North, Maple Grove, MN