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Tiffany Cruikshank

Tiffany Cruikshank

Tiffany is passionate about using yoga as a form of medicine for the mind, body and spirit. She is is the founder and visionary behind Yoga Medicine, a community of expert yoga teachers fusing the best of western medicine with the traditional practice of yoga. With her medical background in Acupuncture and Sports Medicine, her classes are guided by her ability to apply an anatomical focus to the practice of yoga in an accessible and relevant way.

Recognized more broadly as a health and wellness expert, Tiffany has worked with professional athletes and celebrities from around the world. She has run her own clinics and was the Acupuncturist and Yoga Teacher at the Nike World Headquarters. She has been a contributor to many major publications including: The Wall Street Journal, LA Times, Forbes, Yoga Journal, Prevention, Dr. Oz, Self, Women’s Health, Shape and more.

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A fun, continuous flow for when you're short on time. Play with plenty of creative hip, arm and abdominal work in this class that will keep you moving and challenged. A dynamic hip and core sequence starts you off, to prepare you to move with integrity and strength. Includes outside-the-box variations on side plank, fallen triangle, digasana and ustrasana. End your practice with some brief twists.
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Focus on releasing the important deeper muscles of your shoulders, so they can function more efficiently. Access this area with long held poses like supine gomukhasana, prone poses and spinal twists. This practice is great for when you feel shoulder tension or tightness. Use this class regularly and enjoy the newfound space in your body. You can use towels in place of blankets. Props Needed: Two blankets and a block.
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Move through a brief, yet effective sequence that uses a chair to practice simple, supported backbending. Allow yourself to release into the chair, using your hands as additional support. This practice includes pranayama to invigorate you when you are feeling physically or mentally rundown. Most chairs will work, but please be sure you have a stable chair that does not move or turn. This quick class can be done at home or in the office. Props Needed: A chair. Props Suggested: A blanket.
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