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Risk Factors for Osteoporosis: Are you at risk?

Thanks for your interest in your best health.

Maintaining strong and healthy bones is a complex process.

And there are many factors at play: genetics, nutritional deficiencies, ability to absorb nutrients, medications (glucocorticoids like cortisone, prednisone, antacids), and positive or negative stresses on the body and mind.

Some are controllable, others are not.

So the benefit of knowing the risks, is that therein lies the possibility of changing your story. You don't have to be your grandmother's story, or your mother's story of osteoporosis. You can be empowered by your own choices to make your own journey--one that is healthy, strong, and vibrant.


So, without further hesitation.........

Check Your Risk for Free

What's Included:

  • An Osteoporosis Risk Quiz
  • Fracture Risk Assessment Tool (FRAX)
  • Audio Talk about the 17 possible Risk Factors for Osteoporosis
  • Accompanying Handout Outlining the 17 possible Risks Factors for Osteoporosis

It's all free. Seriously. No strings attached.

Just an opportunity--see what you can do to improve your chances of having healthy bones. You might be surprised.


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Your Instructor


Tianna Meriage-Reiter
Tianna Meriage-Reiter
Hi, I'm Tianna. I am a woman, a wife, a daughter, a sister, a friend, a knowledge seeker, a kitesurfer, a yoga therapist, a women's health coach and a physical therapist.

I have worked with hundreds of women that are worried about their bone health. And they're not just worried about their bone health, but they're worried about the solutions (or lack of) for keeping their bones healthy or maintaining their bone strength.

I've worked with:

-Women that have had full hysterectomies (ovaries removed too) that were thrust into early menopause....told that they did not need their ovaries because they were no longer of child bearing age. Only to find out that they were now at risk of osteoporosis.

-Women whose mother's had osteoporosis that were fearful of that same fate.

-Women that are so isolated because they are fearful of going outside because they might fall.

-Women that were told that there were no other options except for taking medications with serious side effects.

I've heard those fears first hand. But I've also been able to alleviate many of those fears by educating women on the risk factors of osteopenia and osteoporosis. And by providing safe exercise and yoga routines to help foster bone health and balance. And by demonstrating better postures and body mechanics to reduce the chance of fractures.

By giving you choices, I am aiming to give back your freedom. To make you feel empowered.

You'll have options at hand. And maybe medications are part of that tool box. But at least you'll be supporting yourself in more ways than one.

Why should you listen to me?

More background:

From my extensive background, I have developed methods integrating mindful movement, stress management and integrative nutrition and lifestyle to help many women develop the courage to stand tall.

And I try to walk the talk. My daily practices include:

  • Daily meditation and breathing practices
  • Healing, nutrient dense foods (most of the time)
  • Practicing yoga on the beach
  • High Intensity Interval Training every day
  • Spending time with my husband
  • Feeling like I have empowerment over the way my body feels and the choices I make every day about what to eat, how to move and how to relax

I want this empowerment for you too. We may not share the exact same life....but the story is similar.......Transitioning from a feeling of hopelessness and fear towards one of vibrant resilience. Climbing up that hill, only to get to the top and finding another hill just beyond. But you'll know just how to apply the best self-care so you can make it to the next peak.

Will you join me in creating a journey of resiliency for yourself?

Get started now!