Posted in Fibromyalgia, Sharing Circle

What Happens in the Sharing Circle Stays in the Sharing Circle

Fibromyalgia London Group (FLG) Monthly Sharing Circle (morning); 11:00am until 12:30pm (peer leaders and some members arrive at 10:30am, so join us for information, resources, just to talk, for the community and company – as this is close to Christmas/holiday season but not too close some are bringing homemade and/or store-bought baking to share with members – it doesn’t have to be gluten-free, etc. but please clearly mark if it contains: gluten, dairy, nuts, eggs, etc. Thank you.) at Earl Nichols Community Centre, 799 Homeview Road (near Southdale and Wharncliffe) London, Ontario, Canada

Please register but if you forget (we never do that with Fibrofog!) or decide to join us last minute, all are welcome…please drop in, we’d love to have you there!
Fibromyalgia London Group
Email: fmgroup.london@gmail.com ~ Website: www.fibrolondongroup.ca Tel: 519-453-3198 ~

Also, please find us (FLG) @fmlondongroup on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

Membership to Fibromyalgia (also CFS, ME and other chronic conditions) London Group is only $20 per year (not kidding) and that gives you admission for yourself and one supporter (family, friend, spouse, partner, loved one, caregiver, etc.) to any or all of our programs, including but not limited to: Sharing Circle (we talk, you talk but only when you feel comfortable; we share resources, information, etc. and what’s happens in the Sharing Circle stays in the Sharing Circle); Special Events which include speakers, presentations, therapeutic knitting with pain and purpose, charitable work, stone painting, social events and so so much more! Not sure you want to join? That’s ok too. Come visit us, $5 donation per person and if you decide to join then we’ll take that into account.

Disclaimer: The Fibromyalgia London Group (FLG) was created to be a resource of pertinent information to those who attend our meetings, sharing circle sessions, and special events. While we invite medical and healthcare professionals, advocates, practitioners or representatives from community organizations to speak at our meetings and special events, FLG does not endorse, support or recommend any specific treatment, product, therapy or person. The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by participants and group members do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, views, or official policies of the FLG.

“Share your knowledge. It is a way to achieve immortality.”
― Dalai Lama

Fibromyalgia London Group (FLG) Monthly Sharing Circle (morning); 11:00am until 12:30pm (peer leaders and some members arrive at 10:30am, so join us for information, resources, just to talk, for the community and company – as this is close to Christmas/holiday season but not too close some are bringing homemade and/or store-bought baking to share with members – it doesn’t have to be gluten-free, etc. but please clearly mark if it contains: gluten, dairy, nuts, eggs, etc. Thank you. ) at Earl Nichols Community Centre, 799 Homeview Road (near Southdale and Wharncliffe) London, Ontario, Canada

Posted in Educational, Fibromyalgia, Uncategorized

Fibromyalgia Knitting with Pain and Purpose Group Halloween Treat with No Tricks!

Led by Janice Sumpton, Knitter Extraordinaire and Knitwear Designer with more than 50 years knitting experience. Living with chronic pain for more than 20 years, Janice found the rhythm and calming repetition of knitting very therapeutic in helping her cope with pain.

Fibromyalgia London Group (FLG) invites any member, support person, or member of the public to participate in a new activity program, KNITTING WITH PAIN AND PURPOSE. 

The program is sponsored by our Group, the Fibromyalgia London Group and offered in collaboration with the London Public Library, to support the needs of the FM/CFS/ME community in London, Ontario, Canada and area, as well as anyone who feels they will benefit from being a part of this new community-led program.

Our inaugural session will be held on Thursday, October 31st (Halloween, all treat and no tricks!) from 1-3pm in the Boardroom, 3rd Floor, London Public Library-Central Branch in Citi Plaza (formerly the Galleria), Downtown London, Ontario, Canada. 

This is a FREE  program, OPEN TO ALL AGES, but REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED – simply email mailto:fmgroup.london@gmail.com or phone 519-453-3198 to reserve your seat. 

Any male or female of any knitting skill level who is:

Interested in learning how to knit or about therapeutic knitting as a coping method for pain management…

Interested in swapping ideas on how to live everyday with pain and manage this pain…

Looking to enjoy fun time with others who share similar interests, make friends, etc…

Looking to give back to community by supporting local charities in need of donated knitwear (COMING SOON! Knit/Crochet for Donation to a Local Charity – We Will Provide Supplies!).

You’re welcome to join us (and tell your friends, family, neighbours, co-workers, everyone)! 

Don’t Know How To Knit? We’ll Teach You! Learn How Therapeutic Knitting Can Help You Cope with Pain. Come Meet for Fun and Crafty Conversations!

Yarn provided for beginners with Instructional Help (bring own 4mm or 4.5mm needles), or please, bring your own project!

Remember, you can get 2-hours free underground parking in Citi Plaza if you bring your parking ticket for validation at the Front Desk on the Main Floor.  You will need your Library Card with you.

Contact Jacqueline
Fibromyalgia London Group
Tel: 519-453-3198 ~ Email: fmgroup.london@gmail.com 

~ Website: www.fibrolondongroup.ca

Find Us @fmlondongroup on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: Fibromyalgia London Group [FLG] was created to be a resource of pertinent information, education, and peer-led wellness support to all who attend our programs and events.  While we may invite healthcare professionals, advocates, practitioners or representatives from community organizations to speak at our Group meetings and special public events, FLG does not endorse, support or recommend any specific service provider, treatment, product, theory or person.