Webinar – “Is Slowing Down, Stopping or Reversing Bone Loss Even Possible?”
Debunking Bone Health Myths And The Secret To Fracture-Proofing Your Bones
Here’s a sneak peek of what you can expect during the webinar:
- How bone loss actually happens (and what you can do about it)
- Why the 7 Root Causes of Bone Loss are often overlooked
- Strategies to protect your bones and prevent fractures
- Proven methods to slow, stop, or even reverse bone loss
- Practical tips for integrating bone-boosting habits into your daily life
The webinar was recorded on Friday, January 19th 2024
Hi, I'm Debi Robinson
I’m a certified Yoga Therapist and a Functional Health Coach helping women use natural approaches to taking control of their bone health.
I’m on a mission to change the way we think about osteoporosis — bone loss is not an inevitable part of aging.
After my total hip replacement at 51, I found a path to rebuilding my bone loss, increasing my strength, and feeling confident enough to travel again.
And I’ve helped thousands of women do the same!
Over the course of my journey, I’ve discovered little-known secrets and protocols to reverse bone loss by looking at the root causes deep inside where bone remodeling takes place.
My hip joint collapsed at 50 years old, and I felt like I couldn’t rely on my bones anymore.
I didn’t think my quality of life would be ripped away from me at such a young age.
I stopped moving much for fear of fracturing my hip. (I had it replaced, anyway.)
I gained 30 lbs, lost a lot of muscle, and felt hopeless.
I knew I had to do something.
Spending the next 40+ years in a body that didn’t work wouldn’t allow me to travel, play, and do everything that I loved.
Conventional medicine gave me a new hip, but could not help all of the other aspects of breakdown in my body that I needed to reverse.
I did NOT want to rely on potentially dangerous medications for the rest of my life.
(That was the ONLY option I was given.)
I already gave up thinking I’ll ever live an active life again — I did spin class 4 days a week, played tennis 5 days a week, and I ran 4-5 miles 6 days a week!
On the day of surgery, I told my orthopedic surgeon that the only thing I truly wanted was to walk again.
6 months later, I was climbing a mountain in India, and I couldn’t believe I got my freedom back.
Hiking that mountain was so profound for me. Not only did I get to walk, I got to hike.
And you know what else I got?
Confidence, strength, balance and a body that I could rely on.
I’m not worried about my bones anymore because I have control over what happens to them.
And I want to show you how you can do the same.
I know exactly what it’s like to feel fragile and breakable.