PRIDE working group!
We are looking for people to join Positive Living BC in our PRIDE working group where we will get together a couple times to plan the big day.
Please email if you are interested.

In the news

British Columbia



Positive Living Magazine
We’re happy to announce Positive Living magazine has a new online format – it’s interactive, shareable, and works well on mobile devices. Have a read and check it out!

Surrey Pride

Join the AIDS WALK team at Surrey Pride on Sunday in Holland Park. Come show your support, bring your friends and family. See you there !

Yoga is back at Positive Living BC!
Yoga Therapy at Positive Living BC will begin in September 2017. Practitioners will offer traditional Hatha style Yoga, as well as Trauma-sensitive Yoga which is a low barrier style allowing participants to incorporate movements at their own pace and ability.

Times and dates to be announced. Email or call Brandon 604-893-2259 if you want to join our Yoga classes for PLHIV.

Calling Chiropractors & Physiotherapists
We are looking to add Chiropractors & Physiotherapists to our Care Registry. If you are one or know one who:
  • Has worked with HIV Positive Patients
  • Patients with Mental Health Challenges
  • A practitioner who accepts patients who are on Income Assistance
please email-

POSITIVE LIVING BC welcomes suggestions about news stories we should include on our website or in our eNews email bulletin. If you are aware of a news story that might be of interest to our HIV positive Members in British Columbia, please email to send us the details.

Published: June 23, 2017

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