Osteoporosis, Now What? Part One: Power & Patience

I thank Balanced Body® for publishing my three-part article on safe and effective exercising for bone health in their “The Core” magazine. The article covers guidelines for protecting existing bone, methods for building bone and functional patterns to develop strength, balance and maintain an active lifestyle. The link to the the full article can be found below.

Core exercises typically done in flexion can be adapted to be bone safe and can emphasize spinal decompression and strengthening postural muscles.

Finding your power and your calm can improve efficacy of bone building – and all physical pursuits.

Parts two and three of this article Bone Matters and Build Your Coat of Armor explore building bone and the skeletal and functional importance of resistance training.

We offer Bone Health classes! These small group and private classes are currently taught online, while delivering the same personalized instruction of an in-person class. Contact us to learn more about safe and effective exercise for bone health!



Your Body is Listening! A Pathway for Releasing Chronic Conditions<< >>Osteoporosis, Now What? Part Two: Bone Matters

About the author : Julie Cheifetz

Julie Cheifetz
Julie Lyon Cheifetz, founder of Lifted Pilates™, has been teaching for twenty years and specializes in rehabilitation of healthy movement in special populations. She left an eighteen-year business career to bring what she learned in her personal health journey to inspire others to reach for renewed strength and health at any age. Her experiences of a fatal complication during childbirth that left her in a coma, temporarily wheel-chair bound and with advanced-stage kidney disease was featured in “Woman’s Health” Magazine and her articles on Pilates and wellness topics have been published in industry publications. She is certified through BASI Pilates®, PhysicalMind™ Institute and Pilates Method Alliance and has an MBA from the University of Chicago.

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