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Tiffany Cruikshank advises on how to efficiently use yoga to enhance your sport in Triathlete magazine

Headed to yoga on your recovery day? While a sweaty vinyasa or power yoga class sounds like the ideal way to work out the kinks, you may be adding stress to your already taxed body. “Recognise that yoga is not your sport. You’re going to yoga to feed your sport. Your goal isn’t to touch your toes.” except from ‘Hit the Mat: Time on the yoga mat should vary depending on where you are in your training cycle’ by Christine Yu.

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The Power of the Diagphragm by Tiffany Cruikshank in Yoga Digest

“There are several distinct roles that the diaphragm plays in the body on a more energetic level, the first being its capacity to regulate the flow of energy throughout the body. In Chinese Medicine the diaphragm is considered the gateway between the upper and lower parts of the body, therefore it’s the diaphragms job to regulate the ascending & descending functions of the body. This is represented in our ability to transport qi, blood and fluids to the entire body to nourish the brain & internal organs as well as the ascending & descending functions of respiration & digestion to name a few. Because of this, the diaphragm serves a vital role in regulating energy flow throughout the body.”

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Yoga Star Tiffany Cruikshank Leads Class in New York’s Bryant Park

A revered figure known for bringing peace and spiritual well-being to people around the world visited New York City on Thursday. No, not Pope Francis—acclaimed yoga instructor Tiffany Cruikshank.

Click here to read the full write-up on Tiffany’s Bryant Park yoga class in The Wall Street Journal.

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12 Yoga Poses That Fight Pain

“These postures represent what yoga medicine expert Tiffany Cruikshank hopes will become standard medical protocol.” Tiffany shares yoga poses that help with Inflammation, Knee, Back Sciatica, Shoulder, Neck/Headache, Legs Up The Wall.

To read the full article by Jenna Bergen Sutherland on Prevention’s website, click here.


2 Pain-Fighting Yoga Poses With Tiffany Cruikshank

In this video, Tiffany demonstrates a few healing yoga poses from Bryant Park with Prevention Magazine Facebook.

Watch the video here.