Tiffany's Yoga Blog

Benefits of Eka Hasta Bhujasana

Tiffany Wood in Eka Hasta Bhujasana (One Hand and Arm Yoga Pose)

This level 1 arm balance is a great way to embrace your inner strength and playfully open to the delight of using your own body weight as an alternative to the gym!

Tip of the Month: How to Go With the Flow!

Jason Silva in front of a giant wall

How do you create your flow state? Jason Silva describes how he does this and what it feels like. Take five minutes out of your day and watch this video!

Settle into the Mud

A pink lotus on a pond

The symbolism of the lotus flower is about realizing the beauty of life can only unfold when we no longer tip toe around that which binds us.

Tip of the Month: The Art of Listening

Ocean waves and cloudy sky

Can you listen to someone in silence? Without adding your opinions? Listening is an art; practice it and experience how powerful it can be!

Love is my Religion

Doesn't everyone know what the Buddha stands for? Can't everyone embrace the symbolism of The Awakened One? No...

Open to Sundial pose!

Suryayantrasana is great for turning up the heat on greater Self awareness. The key is learning how to unwind the hamstrings by pressing through the big toe mound as you extend your leg.

Tip of the Month: Who am I? Contemplation

When we become attached to the roles we play in our lives, and the labels we, or others give to us, they start to define us, and when someone doesn't see us in that light, it can be devastating. Without these roles or labels who are you?

Abundance Within Competition

Tiffany Wood sits cross legged amongst flower petals

While a good teacher can open the doorway to the infinite possibilities within the hearts of their students, a great teacher knows that it takes a village to support not just the individual but also the village.

Tip of the Month: Stay Present with What is Right in Front of You

Tiffany Wood with eyes closed & hands in Anjali Mudra

How can being present to what's right in front of you be better for us than getting things done, a.k.a. multi-tasking? Placing your attention on one thing at a time, will make you more efficient, more productive, more creative, and more focused.

Eat, Play, Love

Tiffany Wood & student practicing yoga on the beach in Mexico

Thank you to each one of you who came to Eat, Play, Love with me and Leraine. It was truly the best week of the year!