Recent research has shown that combinations of pranayama-inspired breathing techniques and cold exposure may be employed to decrease individuals’ perceived stress.
In this FREE seminar with Tiffany Cruikshank and Katja Barsch, we’ll look at how (and under which conditions) breathing techniques have been proven to influence adrenaline and cytokine levels, and why that can be impactful for a yoga practice.
Join us and get ready to dive into the potency and power of breathwork from a physiological perspective, and understand the implications that findings from the latest studies and developments in science may have for us as yogis and as teachers!
If you stick around until the end, you’ll also get the chance to participate in a BONUS LIVE Q&A with Tiffany and Katja to learn more about how you can effectively integrate pranayama techniques into your group classes and/or individual therapeutic sessions to provide your students with the greatest benefit!
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Meet Tiffany Cruikshank
Founder of Yoga Medicine, L.Ac, MAOM, E-RYT
Tiffany is a yoga therapeutic specialist, author, licensed acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine provider.
She’s trained over 15,000 yoga teachers, athletes, medical professionals, physical therapists, bodyworkers and coaches on how to fuse anatomy, western medicine and cutting-edge research with traditional yoga practices to therapeutically support individuality and holistic wellness.
Today, she’s dedicated to helping teachers and students nourish their health and feel their best through a combination of modern science, traditional modalities, and experience.
Meet Katja Bartsch
E-RYT500, BSc, BCSI
Katja has been teaching yoga for over a decade and has extensive experience leading anatomy and fascia workshops and lectures for teacher trainings globally!
She is certified as E-RYT 500, has a Bachelor’s degree (BSc) in sports science and is a Board-Certified Structural Integration Practitioner (BCSI; ATSI) trained by Tom Myers and his Anatomy Trains school.
She is currently working towards her PhD under the supervision of Dr. Robert Schleip and the Fascia Research Group in Munich.
Education. Experience. Results.
Sign up for the FREE 40-minute seminar to understand how to optimize breathwork practices for improved immune function, stress response, and overall wellbeing!