Perhaps they come to me because they are drawn to the level of care, experience and understanding of the body that I have? Or is there a general rise of people being diagnosed? And if this is the case, what is really happening here?
With the diagnosis, the general medical recommendations are to do more weight bearing exercise, this includes walking and resistance/weight training along with dietary advice. What you may not get told is that there are many physical aspects that are important to be considered while exercising to prevent serious injury and damage to the body.
Choosing a program and trainer is something that is super important; that’s why It’s Time to Shine with Beverly Carter has been offering Osteo Strength and Awareness programs since 2016 that honour the physical aspect and so much more to support healing from within.
The next program begins Wednesday the 28th of June, with times to suit both Europe/UK and Australian time zones.
This is how participants express about the Osteo Strength and Awareness Program.
Exercising has never interested me apart from walking and the odd dip in a swiming pool, but I love being part of the Osteo Strength and Awareness Program as it supports me to keep deepening my connection with my body, and also I am starting to understand and feel, how the quality of my movements directly affect the health of my bones. All of this happens easily and effortlessly with the love, care, expertise, wisdom and fun, which have been the hallmark of all the session I have attended with Beverly. Elizabeth, UK
"It is a joy to work with Beverly Carter and her various programs offered. Bev has a totally different perspective of 'exercise'..." Stephanie, UK
"The Osteo Strength and Awareness Program offered me professional guidance to exercise my body in such a way that is very gentle, caring and fun. This style of exercise has taught me to check in with my body to see how it is feeling about the movements I am doing and to not do them just to get them done with no thought about am I tensing anywhere or not concentrating on what I'm doing. My belief about exercise was always no pain no gain, but Beverly explains this is not the case which takes the pressure off especially exercising with an illness or structural problems with our body." Christine, AUS
“At last I am beginning to love my body and its movement and follow its messages rather than having pushed and tried to control it all my life.” Joan, UK
“I can hardly believe how much strength and steadiness my body has gained through these movements carried out so gently and consciously with the least effort; you feel like you are doing very little, but by the end you know you have had a real workout! I would recommend them to anyone, even those who are into regular exercise, for Beverly takes us back to that all important root of movement -- the energy, and gives us time to explore that.” Joan, UK