Easy Bone Strengthening Video Course
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If you are looking for exercises for osteoporosis, osteopenia or general bone density improvements then this class is for you. Included is:


  • 6 class series 

  • Over +40 exercises 

  • Unlimited video views

  • Easy to follow routines  





If you have been diagnosed with Osteoporosis you have possibly been caught by surprise, it is known as the silent disease as it usually has no symptoms, only showing up when you get tested or have a fracture.


It is really important to manage our bone health to prevent and lessen the risk of fractures and there are a range of exercises we can do whether we have Osteoporosis, Osteopenia, or feel we may be at risk of the conditions.


One of the lifestyle risks for Osteoporosis is low physical activity levels.  An important part of bone health is to load the muscles and bones with enough stress to build and maintain their strength.  So exercises for Osteoporosis and Osteopenia are an essential part of your self-care plan, whether diagnosed with Osteoporosis or just wishing to maintain bone health to reduce your risk of suffering the condition.


Low bone density is called Osteopenia, this is the range of bone density between normal and diagnosed Osteoporosis.  If you have been diagnosed with Osteopenia, exercise can form a strong part of your prevention strategy.


If you are diagnosed with Osteoporosis your Doctor will likely prescribe you medication and ensure your Calcium and Vitamin D levels are adequate.  What is essential is to participate in the best exercises for Osteoporosis.


There are certain contraindications to exercise (things to avoid) that it is important to be aware of.  The beautiful thing with exercise is that it makes a real difference to our health and wellbeing when we make it a consistent, caring part of our daily routines.


Bearing our own weight is an important part of bone health, walking, dancing, low impact aerobics and stair climbing are all good examples that you can incorporate into your daily routine.  What is also important is progressive resistance training.  Such exercises for Osteoporosis can form a crucial part of your self-care regime.  It is recommended to participate in resistance training at least 3 times per week.


This is why we at SoulFit have created an Exercises for Osteoporosis class.  We have specific knowledge of the exercises for Osteoporosis that are going to best support your bone health.  We are offering this guided exercise program to teach you specific exercises that will support your bone density and leave your body feeling stronger and more cared for. 

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  1. Keep it varied - every session will introduce new exercises to keep it varied and interesting

  2. Challenge balance and progressive resistance training

  3. Keep it regular - aim for 3 times a week - the recording of the classes are available to do as many time as you like & each week you have more classes to choose from

  4. Incorporate incidental exercise into your routine  - after each class we will provide a suggested program to follow through the week with tips on how to be active for health

  5. We teach and encourage you to practice Postural Stability movements 

  6. A little is always better than nothing


We are all about enjoyment in movement – with just a little bit of attention your bone desnity can improve greatly, helping you feel nourished and vital.




Not sure if this program is the right level for you? Feel free to get in touch and we can talk through you specific needs and make a recommendation. 


Fitness Trainer, Founder

Originally from Scotland and now living in Australia, Stephen brings a decade of experience to an entirely new form of exercise 

Exercise should be fun not hard or painful. Our bodies are made to move quite naturally with great ease and enjoyment. Stephen's focus is gentleness - with classes to match all levels of fitness.


BSc Hon Exercise Science
Dip Sports Therapy
Level 4 Specialist Exercise Instructor


I love Stephen's classes, they are just the right mix of active and still. 

You don't even feel like you are doing exercise! Such a few small moves and I can already see the difference in my body. 

Jean - Sydney