Yoga for Osteoporosis

Welcome to my Yoga for Osteoporosis section at where you will find information to help slow or reverse the natural process of bone density loss, loss of balance and the fear of falling.

Read a few articles or watch some videos to help increase your knowledge of Osteoporosis and how you can prevent or strengthen your bones, body and balance. I am certified to teach Dr Loren Fishman and Ellen Saltonstall and their program which has demonstrated to raise bone mineral density 8.6% in the spine and 5.6% in the pelvis.


Gratitude to my teachers, the guides who have helped me learn to heal myself and have inspired me to share their teachings and my experiences with the world.

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About Debi Robinson

My journey on the path of yoga began about 15 years ago in my early 30’s. I was young and fit so I began with a vinyasa flow yoga practice. As I began to get older I had a harder time in the stronger yoga practices I was taking.

In addition to aging my favorite yoga teacher at the time assisted me in a pose and he pushed too far and I felt a pop in my left side. From that moment on I noticed a pain and instability in my hip that caused me to stop many of the activities I was doing. Everything changed for me. I stopped practicing vinyasa yoga, stopped playing tennis, stopped running and eventually even walking became a challenge and eventually had to have a hip replacement.

Now, I share what I have learned through healing my body. I see how all the lessons, hurdles, challenges, injuries, and experiences I have had up until now have prepared, taught and guided me to be the yoga therapist I am today.

My Journey

Class Schedule

I teach a variety of classes in Los Angeles in the Southbay at Torrance Memorial Medical Center and workshops at The Garden of Grace Intention and Wellness. My offerings range from Restorative Yoga, Yoga for Osteoporosis, Yoga for Wellness and Yoga for Balance.

If you are interested in private or individual classes, please fill out the form below.

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You can’t be grateful and unhappy at the same time so think about this when you are feeling down and focus on what you have to be happy about!