Boost your bones

Boost your bones
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

September 28th 2012


Eve Menezes-Cunningham

When we think of mental health, we do not usually think about our skeletons. However, strong and healthy bones are a sign of good mental as well as physical health. ‘A lesser-known health consequence of depression is bone loss,’ says Felicity Spencer, a physiotherapist and yoga therapist based in Paris ( She loves to combine exercise and body-based interventions for her clients to cultivate physical and mental wellbeing. ‘Placing awareness in our skeletal structure and how we align it can offer us a direct line to our clearest physical manifestation of “inner strength”.’...


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