Episode 44: Tiffany Cruikshank — Self Care Ideas for Spring’s Transition

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.

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RECOMMENDED & RELATED LINKS
Tiffany’s web site, Yoga Medicine, has a schedule of many different ways to study with her. (And registration is now open for this upcoming Shoulder: Anatomy, Dysfunction, and Treatment module!
Tiffany’s book: Optimal Health for a Vibrant Life

MUSIC
Ryan Cullinane — Smooth Space with Drums
Breakmaster Cylinder — Key Cards
Ryan Cullinane — Beach Vibes with Drums

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