Girl Power Movement® presents the Fibromyalgia Awareness Charity Event co-hosted by ZIN™ Jacqueline Fennell and ZIN™ Michael Fargas to bring awareness to the community about Fibromyalgia. ZIN™ Jacqueline Fennell lives with this disorder and has managed to live a healthy lifestyle as a Licensed Instructor for Zumba® Fitness. This event has been supported by Sports Mill Gym and the Bethlehem Church West Campus. The MJ Crew and guest instructors from all over North Carolina will be dancing to raise money that will be donated to the National Fibromyalgia Association. Monetary donations to your discretion will be collected to enter this event. We will have food and Girl Power Movement® merchandise for purchase and a percentage of the proceeds will be donated to the association as well. Thank you for your support and donation for this noble cause. Fibromyalgia (pronounced fy-bro-my-AL-ja) is a complex chronic pain disorder that affects an estimated 5 million Americans. While it occurs most often in women, it strikes men and children, and all ethnic backgrounds. For those with severe symptoms, fibromyalgia (FM) can be extremely debilitating and interfere with basic daily activities. Symptoms: • Although chronic, widespread body pain is the primary symptom of fibromyalgia, a variety of other symptoms are common in FM patients. Symptoms include: moderate to severe fatigue, sleep disorders, problems with cognitive functioning, irritable bowel syndrome, headaches and migraines, anxiety and depression, and environmental sensitivities.