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Mini Detox – Tiffany’s New Class Published on YogaGlo

Check out Tiffany’s new vinyasa flow class “Mini Detox” now up on YogaGlo!

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“Begin with a quick flow to build heat and then experience long holds. Also do some work for the neck & shoulders to help release toxic stress that accumulates there. Use movement to help circulate the blood to help release toxins with some deeper twisting variations to help work a little deeper. You can use this practice with a larger detox routine or on its own.”

Props needed: A blanket or towel.


YJ Gratitude Challenge: 5 Things on Tiffany Cruikshank’s List

“Get in the spirit as master teachers share their own lists and grounding tips all month long. Here, Yoga Medicine founder Tiffany Cruikshank shares the everyday practice that keeps her centered.”

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Good Housekeeping: 3 Yoga Stretches for People Stuck at Desks All Day

After eight hours in front of a computer, your body needs some new moves.

We get it: Sitting in an office chair, staring at a computer screen, and typing on a keyboard all day can be brutal on your body. But when you get home (or on your lunch break!), there are some easy ways you can stretch out those kinks. Try ‘em — your back will thank you.

Read the full article here on Good Housekeeping (or click the photo below).

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Health and Wellness expert Tiffany Cruikshank on possible risk factors associated with Menstrual Cramps

In the article 9 Natural Menstrual Cramp Remedies That Will Totally Change Your Life…Period!, by Emily Monaco published on, Tiffany Cruikshank “cites inflammation and low magnesium, often associated with high stress, as factors” for causing some people to be even more at risk for severe cramps.

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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.

To read the full article click here.