Osteofitness (ONLINE)

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This evidence-based class targets osteoporosis by building new bone through progressive strength training targeted at the spine, hip and wrists without bisphosphonates. Learn how to prevent falls and improve balance and mobility, reduce arthritis pain, integrate stress management, promote circulation and improve absorption of calcium and vitamin D. Program is modeled after Tufts University research and includes joint-friendly moves advised by the Arthritis Foundation. 

Classes run twice a week, Tuesdays and Thursdays, for 8 weeks for a total of 16 classes. You can register for the 11:00 am - 12:00 pm session or the 4:00 - 5:00 pm session.

To learn more about benefits of the class, please read "Getting Proactive About Osteofitness".



Online Class
Streamed to your computer

things to bring

  • Exercise mat
  • 5-lb All-Pro leg cuff
  • Water


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Beverley Ikier

Beverley Ikier, BCMTB, is a graduate of McGill University and Royal Victoria Hospital, and spent two years in post-graduate studies at the Montreal Neurological Institute and the National Hospital for Nervous Diseases in London. Beverley is a board certified muscular therapist and bodyworker, a certified personal trainer with the National Council of Strength and Fitness and certified with the Arthritis Foundation. As the creator of the osteofitness program, she's completed courses on Tufts University's study Strong Women Stay Young and has been teaching strengthening for osteoporosis for 15 years at local councils on aging and at Ikier Osteofitness and Massage Therapies.