with Judy Orloff
Sunday, November 4th (1:30 – 3:30pm)
$40 (sign up 10 days in advance and save $10!)

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Did you know that after age 50 we lose 1% of our bone mass per year and by 35 we’ve built all the bone we’ll ever have?
Rather than retreat or be discouraged come find out how practicing particular yoga poses that focus on bone strength and balance can be potent for fortifying bone and slowing down or preventing its decline.
What you will learn:
  1. A series of poses that have been shown to improve bone density in a current study
  2. How to modify them to receive maximum benefit
  3. How to set up a home practice so you’ll be consistent and stay with it
  4. How to incorporate and apply what you learn into your daily activities
  5. Dynamic balance sequences to improve your balance and reduce your risk of falling

This workshop will be primarily action oriented, but we will save some time to discuss other ways to feed our bones and care for them. You will also be informed about a study based on these poses and find out how to participate, enabling you to more accurately monitor your progress and add your input to this important body of work. Open to everyone!

Instructor — Judy Orloff

Judy is a seasoned Yoga teacher with a particular penchant for working with those who, like herself, are eager to thrive regardless of their age or condition.

Since becoming 60 she has been dealing with rare tumors, broken bones and osteoporosis, meeting each challenge with a fierce determination and consistency that she hopes will ignite others to champion their own health. Judy welcomes you where you are without judgment or expectation. In her classes and workshops she strives to create an atmosphere that is respectful, accepting, and inclusive, inviting her students to adopt a similar atmosphere within themselves.

Judy has been teaching Yoga in the Bay Area since 2006, making it accessible to many who might otherwise be unable to enjoy yoga’s rewards. She is registered by Yoga Alliance at the 500 hour level and is a certified Yoga for Osteoporosis teacher as well as a certified Yoga for Healthy Aging teacher.

One of Judy’s greatest joys is sharing what she’s learned in ways that empower others to connect to their own embodied wisdom, inspiration and infinite possibilities

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