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Bones are an active and vibrant part of our bodies because the bone marrow, that lives inside them, is the source of our new blood production. Our bones are continuously changing- new bone is made and old bone is broken down. After you turn 30, the bone production slows down and you lose slightly more bone mass than you gain.

Bones play many roles in the body:

-Providing structure

-Protecting organs

-Anchoring muscles

-Storing calcium.

Yoga and exercise are super essential to allow our bones to stay healthy.

So are eating kale, broccoli and almonds, they keep our Calcium levels up.

In Yoga today, we will play with the balance

between strength and mobility, activating our bone structure.

Much love,


“When you come out of the storm you won’t be the same person who walked in.”

-Haruki Murakami

Zoom Yoga Class: 6/15, 7PM, Central Time

Meeting ID: 232 466 4934

Passcode: yoga

Contribution: 10 Dollars

Venmo: marielle-school


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