Let's Get Moving! Exercise for Brain and Bone Health

Posted on 04/22/24

Senior women exercising at home

Did you know that exercise can protect both your brain and your bones? You can learn the relationship of these two key players in your body and practice exercises to discover how you can influence them yourself, when you join us for the interactive webinar series, Let’s Get Moving! Exercise for Brain and bone Health. This four-part series begins Wednesday, May 15 and continues through June 5, 2024. Join us each week and you can discover how to prevent physical and mental decline with a proactive approach. Let’s get moving together!

Building on our past popular webinars on this topic, new methods and techniques will be introduced that you can follow along with, and then practice on your own after. Prevent physical and mental decline with a proactive approach. Let's get moving together! Please note you must register for each week independently.


Week One - Body Organization and Mobility
Wednesday May 15, 2024
10 - 11 a.m.

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Week 2 - Strength
Wednesday, May 22, 2024
10 - 11 a.m.

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Week 3 - Balance
Wednesday, May 29, 2024
10 - 11 a.m.

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Week 4 - Coordination
Wednesday, June 5, 2024
10 - 11 a.m.

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There is no charge for the workshops but pre-registration is required. You will need to register separately for each class in this 4-part series.

Each participant must complete a waiver of liability as part of the registration process prior to participating. If you would like to invite a guest to this event, they will need to register themselves directly to agree to the liability waiver.

Please consult your physician before beginning any exercise program.


Workshops provided by Rebekah Rotstein.
Rebekah Rotstein is an industry leader for Pilates, bone health and movement education. She is the founder of Buff Bones®, a medically-endorsed exercise system for bone and joint health with on-demand classes and trained instructors in more than 30 countries. A former ballet dancer, Rebekah also worked in the Sports Medicine department of Smith College as a student athletic trainer starting in 1994. Her ongoing study of the body includes cadaver dissections along with coursework in fascia research, somatic studies and visceral manipulation. A diagnosis of osteoporosis at age 28 motivated her to advocate for others with low bone mass and to provide them with innovative education and programming. She is a visiting teacher at Pilates Anytime, and has presented at numerous conferences in the Pilates industry, at the International Osteoporosis Foundation Worldwide Conference and for the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science. Rebekah is a member of the Ambassador Leadership Council for the Bone Health and Osteoporosis Foundation, an ambassador for American Bone Health and worked as a partner of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Women’s Health. She also serves on the Bone Health Working Group for the Society for Women's Health and Research, contributing to the 2021 recommendations published in the Journal for Women’s Health.







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