Bone Health (Osteoporosis) Lifestyle Zoom Course
Four Consecutive Weeks Beginning January 19th
Tuesdays @ 2-4pm pst
Our lifestyle and habits play a major role in how we age and there are proven ways we can keep our bones strong and reduce the many contributing factors.
Summary of Each Session
Learn about osteoporosis and the different interventions available. Ascertain where you are in your body right now with balance, strength, range of motion and postural alignment so you know where to begin on getting stronger and more mobile. Begin to stimulate the healing and repairing zone in the body so your body can continue to build and repair areas that are breaking down and slow down the process of break down. Learn that you have the ability to heal yourself and improve your quality of life.
- Osteoporosis and how to live with this diagnosis
- options (medications, yoga)
- Self-assessments of balance, strength and posture- where are you right now and what can you work on for improvement.
Stabilizing muscles on our joints- mobility, structure, alignment and joint coordination. Create a strong foundation to build upon. Joint lubrication and how to keep your joints safe and minimize wear and tear.
- Asana for structural building of your body- core, alignment
- Asana to strengthen- balance, joint alignment and posture
- Safe and unsafe movements for our joints and bones
- Breathwork to support muscles of respiration
- Meditation to balance the nervous system
Learn a proven practice that has helped many improve their bone density and minimize functional loses associated with aging. Learn isometrically held positions to create bone building stimulation and joint support. Learn about compressive and tensile pressure and how to apply force from many different angles so the bones get stronger in those that are the most often fractured. Learn sequences to practice daily to work on bone health every day!
- Asana for bone stimulation
- Isometric contractions to stabilize joints
You are what you eat! Learn nutritional information on what is supportive for bone remodeling and foods that you need to illuminate or reduce from your diet for bone health. Discover methodologies of how to prepare food that is supportive for your overall well-being. Importance of a balanced nervous system so your metabolism is in the right zone to build more bones.
- Nutrition to support the body in healing and building more bone tissue
- Mindset- feel empowered and strong
- Shift to an anabolic state where the body repairs and restores
It is a use it or lose it proposition! A diagnosis of osteoporosis can be very unsettling and can make you feel fragile. It doesn’t have to be, and you don’t have to become a statistic.
Learn how to create daily routines and behaviors to stay strong and healthy! Implementing the tools of movement, breathwork, meditation, mindfulness, mindset and nutrition to stay strong physically, mentally and emotionally in your body and mind.
About Debi Robinson
I am a Certified Yoga Therapist sharing the wisdom of yoga and evidence based research to help empower my students to utilize the tremendous healing potential that exists within each and everyone of us. Moderating the stress in our lives is how we can remain in balance and attain optimal health from a metabolic, physiological and biochemical aspect. Yoga has tools for the mind to help self modulate stress and for the body to keep you strong, limber and mobile and out of pain or discomfort.
As a Certified Health Coach, I work with you to uncover hidden stress inside your body and mind. Once we discover possible imbalances and stressors I will empower you to implement behavioral, dietary and lifestyle changes to move toward thriving health.
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Live Zoom Workshops
I’m excited to be offering workshops throughout the year. Zoom workshops are similar to live workshops I’ve been offering for the past few years. Check back regularly for updates on dates and times.