Tiffany's Yoga Blog

Stop Arguing & Start Connecting

We don’t take things personally when we are in alignment with SELF; we see value in everything that comes our way. When we’re not in alignment with SELF, we need everything to agree with us reflecting back that we’re okay. Try this 3-step SELF-CONNECTION PRACTICE.

Crunchy Sweet Watermelon Cucumber Avocado Salad

It's that time of the year! Summer is here and so are summer salads! This one is packed with three of summer's best ingredients... watermelon, cucumber and avocado!

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Treat Yourself! Honey Roasted Peanut Butter Chocolate Oat Bars

OK... Who doesn't love chocolate? And peanut butter? And chocolate and peanut together? This yummy dish is designed to treat yourself. Give yourself some lovin' and indulge a little. Enjoy the things that make you happy!

Self-Esteem & Personal Satisfaction

We aren't often taught that meeting our own needs is paramount to happiness. Here's a quick tip on how to help those you care about expand their awareness on how they are showing up for their own joy. And for the tip within the tip...you can do this for yourself as well!

The Fast Track to Expanding Awareness

Called to my own expanding awareness moment! This blog is my personal and vulnerable story of how resistance is vital to the freedom found through expanding into my loving heart with an honest view of what it means to walk my talk by holding my mid-line and willingly stretching into my own resistance.

Meet Sally Volbrecht: Upcoming Sub

Through proper alignment and elements of yoga therapy, Sally guides students to find their own freedom and release where soul meets body. 

Meet Your Vagus Nerve

Meet your vagus nerve and say hello to your Inner Physician! Learn how and why to cue yourself and/or your students to activate the body's main rest and repair system.