YogaLand Podcast: Self Care Ideas for Spring’s Transition with Tiffany Cruikshank

Although most of us welcome the transition from winter to spring with open arms, it can actually be taxing on the body. This week Tiffany Cruikshank comes on to talk about ideas for making the transition a smooth one. Tiffany is a renowned yoga teacher and the founder of Yoga Medicine. She’s also a doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and ran an acupuncture clinic at Nike headquarters for years. Tiffany offers her unique perspective on how to modify our diet, asana, breathwork, and meditation for spring. She also (very patiently) answers my questions about the ways that Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine overlap. This is a great ep for all the complementary medicine geeks in the crowd (like myself).

Click here to listen to the YogaLand Podcast with Tiffany Cruikshank.

UPCOMING COURSES & EVENTS

Yoga Medicine®

Yoga Medicine is a thorough, anatomically based training system that trains teachers across the globe to work more powerfully with their students.Yoga Medicine is a community of teachers who are trained to understand the function & dysfunction of the human body in order to work more effectively with healthcare practitioners. Yoga Medicine loves to post articles based on yoga teacher's experiences, yoga-related research, the relationship between yoga and healthcare, and much more. We welcome guest submissions as well - please contact Jenna@YogaMedicine.com to discuss further details.

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Yoga Medicine®
Yoga Medicine is a thorough, anatomically based training system that trains teachers across the globe to work more powerfully with their students.Yoga Medicine is a community of teachers who are trained to understand the function & dysfunction of the human body in order to work more effectively with healthcare practitioners. Yoga Medicine loves to post articles based on yoga teacher's experiences, yoga-related research, the relationship between yoga and healthcare, and much more. We welcome guest submissions as well - please contact Jenna@YogaMedicine.com to discuss further details.

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"Just shifting your ability to approach your yoga practice as a form of medicine can be really powerful." Tiffany Cruikshank