Auckland Support Group: Date Change

Kia ora koutou,

Our Auckland Support Group meeting for this month has been postponed. The next meeting with be 11am Saturday 19th May at Huckleberry New Lynn. Thereafter, our meetings will continue to be on the last Saturday of each month.

New members are welcome, and there is no cost associated, though we do buy our own kai (food) if we choose to eat there. Please RSVP via the Facebook event or via email to by 5pm the day before so we can make sure to book enough space.

Our support groups are all about sharing our experiences of fibromyalgia, but with a positive focus. Sometimes we need someone to vent our frustrations to, so our groups provide a good mix of having a non-judgmental, understanding ear, but also plenty of positivity and tips to adjust to life with fibromyalgia or further improve our management.

Our lives have undoubtedly changed since we met fibromyalgia, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be healthy and fulfilling!

Please join us for kawhe (coffee) and kōrero (conversation) if you’re in Auckland.

If you’re outside of Auckland or unable to make our sessions, you may also be interested in joining an online meet up. These take place via video conference, and provide a lot of the same support and sense of community as our physical meet ups. If this is something you’re interested in, please email to arrange.

As always, the best place to keep up to date with events and news is our Facebook page– so please give it a follow, and keep an eye out!

Ngā mihi nui,


Published by

Kera Sherwood-O'Regan

Kāi Tahu in Tāmaki Makaurau • Indigenous • Keyboard & Wellness Warrior • Wearer of too many pōtae (hats) • Passionate about protecting the rights of Papatūānuku and all her people • Chronically ill but I don’t let it get to me… much • Founder of Fibromyalgia Aotearoa New Zealand • I’ll be a doctor one day.

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