Osteoporosis Classes

Bone Society

Falls are the single largest contributor of injury hospitalisations in Australia, and a leading cause of injury fatalities. Reduce your risk of falls with our Bone Society osteoporosis classes.

Improve Bone Density at Bone Society

An insight into Bone Health from one of Bone Society class instructors and lead exercise physiologist, Emma Norton.

The Importance of Healthy Bones

With falls-related injury being the number one cause of injury hospitalisations in Australia, there is no time like the present to take that all-important step to improving your bone health and developing an effective falls prevention strategy.

For the month of May, book an initial assessment and experience one week of unlimited Bone Society group exercise classes!  


Learn More About Osteoporosis Classes

Bone Society is our popular group class held four times per week that targets bone health, reducing symptoms of osteoporosis, and addressing the risk of falls.

These osteoporosis classes are uniquely tailored to improve bone density and strength, with one of the key objectives being to reduce the risk of fall, the main reason for injury-related hospital admissions.

Utilising a combination of resistance-based and impact-loading exercises, the class implements research that demonstrates that ‘loading’ the bones in a safe and appropriate manner promotes an increase in bone building hormones, once considered to be impossible.

Our osteoporosis classes are one hour in duration and are available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at our Varsity Lakes and Runaway Bay clinics.

How Bone Society can assist…






About Group Classes

Our Bone Society classes are one hour in duration and are held at our Runaway Bay and Varsity Lakes clinics.

Group classes are social, fun and proven to drive results quicker. Whilst you work out in a group environment, each participant is working to their own individualised program, that is crafted to suit their own ability. It is therefore necessary that you first undertake an initial assessment, so that a member of our health professionals team is able to tailor a program unique to you.

Runaway Bay

Varsity Lakes

Bone Society Timetable

View our current timetable for our Bone Society and osteoporosis classes.

With a maximum group size of just six, and led by an expert from our leading exercise physiology Gold Coast team, all Atkins Health Bone Society osteoporosis classes are 60 minutes in duration.

Bookings are essential, and cancellation charges do apply if cancelled within 24 hours.


It can get complex navigating the various funding options and plans that may be available to you. We’ve tried to unpack and explain the options here.
How we do it?

Our process

With a dedicated and experienced team that has a real passion for results, plus proven processes that drive success, it’s no wonder that 90% of our reviewed clients achieve or surpass their health and fitness goals.

It all starts here

Initial Assessment

An initial 45 minute assessment with one of our practitioners is required for us to understand your current health status, lifestyle and goals.

Follow your pathway

One-on-one or group classes

We will design a customised program specifically for you to follow to reach your goals, be that at one of our gym-based clinics, at home, or through telehealth coaching.

Review and Improve

Six-Weekly Reviews

We conduct six-weekly assessments to ensure that we review your achievements against your goals, and reset requirements for the next period.

Book an Initial Assessment

Complete the form below to request an initial consultation and assessment, and you can enjoy one week of free Bone Society classes!



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Blog Articles on Bone Health

Read, listen and watch, through our blog articles, podcasts and videos

April 4, 2022by Zachary Gonzalez

A falls risk assessment with Atkins Health will kick-start your falls prevention strategies and reduce your chance of serious injury and hospitalisation.

December 14, 2021by Carlo Alimboyong

What is osteoporosis and osteopenia, are you at risk, and what treatments and exercises are available to reduce the chance of injury?

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