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Get Strong Bones & Be Flexible: January

Wednesdays 5:30-6:30pm January 12, 19, 26 | Bloom Wellness, Churchville

About this Series

This class combines yoga poses for strong bones protocol by Dr. Loren Fishman and functional exercises from the work of biomechanist Katy Bowman. Using these targeted exercises along with lifestyle modifications for better movement, this series will put you on the path to doing the activities you love to do, naturally.

Perform poses using a chair or wall for stabilization. Then maximize bone-loading by practicing intermediate versions using resistance bands and yoga blocks. Adapt flexibility with similar supports and challenges using a foam half-cylinder.
Sign-up for January and February - all seven classes - at a discount by choosing the bundle.  Prefer to register for just one specific date: $16 per class - contact me to register.  

Reserve Your Spot!

This class will be held in-person on Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30pm, January 12, 19, & 26th. 
Class capped at 12 students, so reserve your spot before class fills up!

Props: Bring a  yoga mat.  Additional preferred items: yoga block, resistance bands, foam half cylinder. The studio has extras to borrow as needed.


$ 36.00

Fee includes enrollment in all January classes.

When: Wednesdays January 12, 19 & 26th from 5:30pm - 6:30pm

Where: Bloom Wellness |  Churchville, NY

Props Needed: Yoga Mat 

Denise Wellin

Hello! I’m Denise Wellin. I’m a Certified Personal Trainer-Restorative Exercise Specialist™ (CPT-RES™), Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT200) and studying for my ISSA Certified Personal Trainer + Precision Nutrition Certificates (both expected 2021). I began learning sign language when I was young as I wanted to communicate with a family friend who was deaf. That led to my first career as a sign language interpreter. When that career caused a repetitive motion injury (tendinitis), I started a journey into health, wellness and pain management that continues today.

I founded WellinLife when I realized the movements we do all day long nourish our body more than an exercise session. I believe in weaving yoga, mindset health and movement curiosity into daily life. I study anatomy, biomechanics, and the psycho-social influence our moving plays on living in with an effective mindset and pain free body well into our advanced ages.  

For optimal well-being, we need to learn how to move well, move often, relax well, and relax often. The combination of yoga asanas, breathwork, restorative exercise, and resistance training can support our lifelong, day-to-day, moment-to-moment, healthy movement habits. 

Are you ready to get comfortable in bare feet, moving from floor to standing, twisting, bending, balancing, reaching, breathing?   

Are you ready to enjoy the hobbies and activities you love to do with more energy and stamina? 

Are you ready to appreciate everything your body is capable of doing no matter your age or current fitness level? 

Let's get moving!