Take a class with Tiffany Cruikshank - there are 175 classes to choose from.
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Tiffany Cruikshank is the founder & visionary behind Yoga Medicine, a community of expert yoga teachers focused on fusing the best of anatomy & western medicine with the traditional practice of yoga. Tiffany's classes have evolved over the past 20 years of teaching yoga to reflect her creativity and passion for using yoga as a form of medicine for the mind, body & spirit. With her medical background in Acupuncture & Sports Medicine, her classes are guided by a strong anatomic focus and her ability to teach a deeper understanding of complex subjects. Recognized more broadly as a health & wellness expert, Tiffany has worked with professional athletes and celebrities from around the world. She has run her own clinics and was the Acupuncturist & Yoga Teacher at the Nike World Headquarters and has been featured as an expert in numerous publications including Yoga Journal, Prevention , Self, Marie Claire, Fitness Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Fox News, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Mantra, Thrive, More Magazine, OM Yoga, YogaLife and many others.
Your body image relates to your body shape as well as your health. Thus, meditate on your self concept as it relates to your body image. Look at your ability to be comfortable in your skin and the confidence that comes as you find self acceptance. Add the practice to your weekly or daily repertoire or as a preparation for your day to slowly shift your relationship with your body.
Fascia is the connective tissue that connects your muscles and all the tissues of your body. After a 5 minute talk, begin a more creative flow to get you moving in new ways to consider not just the muscles, but fascial connections as well. Let go of correct alignment and concepts and work movements that train other parts of your body as a three dimensional whole. Props Needed: Wall space.
With so much of our lives centered around a desk or computer, it's hard not to have some tension and discomfort in your neck and upper back. A slow moving practice with a focus on using release and awakening of muscles to help ease your neck and upper back. Includes stretching and subtle strengthening of important supportive postural muscles. Props Needed: A blanket and a block.