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Pain Management.Org Press Release

Pain Management.Org Press Release

Pain has been created to give spiritual support to people experiencing chronic pain or any other pain brought on by long term diseases. We are opening a support group in Whangaparaoa area for people who can share in anonymity, their pain and mental grief, and discover different ways of dealing with their symptoms. This weekly meeting is every Thursday at 8 pm at the Whangaparaoa primary school/ Technology room
39 Ladies Mile Manly (carpark is off Motutapu ave) entry is free, but a small donation is appreciated. For you own comfort you may bring you own mat. Check our website at
or email at

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