YOGA FOR BONE HEALTH
Approximately 10 million Americans age 50+ have osteoporosis and are at risk for breaking bones.
Studies have proven that yoga has the power to protect us from fractures by building bone mass/density.
YOGA'S BENEFITS HAVE POWER THAT NO MEDICATION CAN DUPLICATE.
Unlike medications prescribed for osteopenia and osteoporosis, yoga has no negative side effects.
In fact, it has added benefits, like reduced stress/cortisol.
Join me at an upcoming workshop to find out for yourself!
THE 2.5-HOUR WORKSHOP
The science of bone growth.
How nutrition, hormones, and lifestyle affect bone health.
Brief explanation of the DEXA scan and medication options.
Dr. Fishman's 12 Poses Scientifically Proven to Halt or Reverse Osteoporosis.
Know what yoga poses to avoid if you already have osteopenia or osteoporosis.
You'll TAKE HOME
12 POSES CHART
Handouts on science of bone growth, notes on nutrition, & more.
Unlimited access to a video practice.
Options for in-person or virtual follow-up practice sessions.
Everything you need to practice bone health yoga at home!
WHO SHOULD PARTICIPATE?
This is proven to be the best time to build bone mass for life.
Now is when our bones begin to deteriorate more quickly.
HEALTHCARE & HEALING PROFESSIONALS
Do you work with geriatric populations or those recovering from eating disorders? Gain tools to address their holistic wellness.
Bring the bone health poses & benefits back to your students.
DR. LOREN FISHMAN'S METHOD
"Yoga and medicine, used both separately and together, have tremendous healing benefits for patients, and can minimize pain and disability."
I've had the privilege of being formally trained in Dr. Fishman's Yoga for Bone Health method. The 12 poses in this method work on the hip, the spine and the neck of the femur to create more bone mass.
Interested in learning more? Click here.
WHAT STUDIES SAY
Dr. Fishman’s Pilot Study revealed the incredible benefits of yoga for bone health.
Participants in the 2-year yoga practice gained the DEXA scan equivalent of .563 and .867 BMD in the spine and hip respectively.
Learn more about the subsequent studies here.