Join us for a casual coffee & kōrero at Huckleberry New Lynn. It will be a relaxed drink/snack and getting to know each other, and we will have a chat about what support would be helpful to the group, including touching on a few curriculum topics. Last session we discussed Flare Up Plans, and we … Continue reading Support Groups Coming Up
Can’t make it to our in-person support groups? No problem! You can join in via videoconference from anywhere in the world. Zoom is easy to use, and we send out the conference link each session so all you have to do is click and connect. You can also choose to join by video or just … Continue reading New Zoom Support Group!
Recent research, published in the BMJ (previously British Medical Journal) investigated the efficacy of Tai Chi compared to aerobic exercise for the management of Fibromyalgia. Moderate aerobic exercise is commonly recommended as a key component of Fibromyalgia management, with significant research highlighting its effectiveness in managing FMS symptoms. However, this recommendation can often be met … Continue reading New Research: Tai Chi vs Aerobic Exercise for Fibromyalgia Management
FibroFit is a group for people affected by Fibromyalgia who are trying to improve their fitness. The group is intended to provide a space for people to share information, tips, motivation, and encouragement so that we can all improve our fitness. This group is for people of all ages and abilities- whether you’re wanting to train for a marathon, or whether you’re wanting to be able to walk with fewer aches and pains.
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 … Continue reading Auckland Support Group: Date Change
Ceca, D., Elvira, L., Guzmán, J.F., and Pablos, A. (2017). Benefits of a self-myofascial release. programme on health-related quality of life. in people with fibromyalgia: a randomized control trial. J Sports Med Phys Fitness. A new study has found that a structured self-myofascial release programme improves the quality of life in patients with Fibromyalgia. The study … Continue reading Self-myofascial release can improve quality of life in patients with Fibromyalgia