Make no bones about it…


Yoga is one of the best things you can do for your bone health.  From the age of 30 we all begin to lose bone density. It is important to begin to take exercise and diet seriously if we want to prevent the weaknesses associated with loss of bone density and the limitations that will come along with it. In the beginners yoga classes this term we are having a user’s guide to the skeleton which includes a variety of teaching methods including a close analysis of a Crunchie bar! As well as doing postures that will improve bone strength and relaxation exercises to release tension we are taking some light hearted anatomy lessons. If you are interested in finding out more about why yoga is so good for your bones there is a great article here (and why not join in a class if you aren’t already?)

Published by yogadeb

Yoga teacher in Stamford and Rutland (UK) and online

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