Upcoming Events

  • 16 Oct 2015 – 1:30 PM
    Get Up & Go: Stress and Pain Management Program (Friday afternoons)

    Learn how you can lessen the impact stress and pain, secondary symptoms of living with lupus, have on your life with this free, online program,

    Online, Join from Anywhere, Via Your Computer,

  • 24 Oct 2015 – 10:00 AM
    Leaf for Lupus

    JUMP in the Leaves for a Good Cause! Hidden Greens Golf Course has hundreds of trees which produce enough collected leaves to create 12-foot high piles to jump in! So, come out and jump in the piles and partake in the other family activities, too!

    Hidden Greens Golf Course, 12977 200th Street East, Hastings, MN

  • 4 Nov 2015 – 12:00 PM
    Living with Lupus as a Youth Webinar

    Approximately 20 percent of people living with lupus are diagnosed in their childhood. Being a youth with lupus can be challenging, to say the least. In this webinar, Dr. Mona Riskalla will discuss the unique aspects of being a youth living with lupus, including symptoms, medications, and general strategies to better manage the disease such as nutrition, exercise, and the use of supplements.

    Online, Join from Anywhere, Via Your Computer,

  • 10 Nov 2015 – 7:00 PM
    Ways to Boost Your Energy Level

    Low energy is a universal symptom of living with lupus and other chronic conditions, and it can significantly impact daily activities. Join certified Alexander Technique instructor Erin Thompson as she focuses on ways to increase energy, vitality, and mobility by improving postural alignment for increased lung capacity and joint freedom in daily activities.

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

  • 17 Nov 2015 – 7:00 PM
    Foundations of Health: Using Naturopathic Medicine to Maintain Optimal Health

    Take the natural path to health by establishing restorative diet and lifestyle habits! During this seminar, presented by Dr. Kristin Becker, ND, participants will gain a deeper understanding of how naturopathic medicine and the use of diet, exercise, stress management, and sleep can help reduce lupus flares and other autoimmune disease symptoms.

    St. Louis Park City Hall – Community Room, 5005 Minnetonka Blvd., St. Louis Park, MN

  • 9 Dec 2015 – 6:30 PM
    The Nutritional Connection between Healing, Lupus and Other Chronic Conditions

    Nutritional choices can greatly affect the management of lupus and other chronic conditions and everyday life. By understanding the nutritional connection, individuals can feel empowered to make informed choices in everyday situations. This seminar will focus on the importance of good nutrition and strategies to better manage inflammation.

    Apple Valley Center, Saint Mary’s University, 14200 Cedar Avenue, Apple Valley, MN

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