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Teacher Training Changes Your Life!

Tiffany Wood practices Downward Dog in her Yoga Therapy Training

Taking an Anusara® Yoga Teacher training will take you to the deepest place within your heart and open you to the radical self-acceptance your spirit is calling for!

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Tip of the Month: Taming the Monkey Mind

Two monkeys screaming

To be able to discern what the mind is doing and how it affects us is a very valuable practice. Training our monkey mind and simply observing the thoughts that our mind churns out every second is one way to start doing this.

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Slowing Down the Mind

Tiffany Wood's student with hands at her 6th chakra

Learn how to slow down the flow of the fluctuations in your mind by finding balance, which comes from a consistent long-term devotional practice.

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Have a Little Faith in You!

Tiffany Wood with hands at heart center

Learn how to have faith that we have everything we need, that we’re going to be taken care of, and that it’s all right here within.

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New Year’s Resolutions? Forget About Them!

Dreams in a Fire

Forget about your New Year's resolution list, which tends to come from the head, instead meditate, sit in ceremony, listen to your heart's desires, your dreams, and put those into action!

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Open to Grace

orange flower

Amidst the chaos and disappointments practice Opening to Grace. Breathe. Remember you are connected to a source of love, strength, compassion and wisdom that will get you through anything. 

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Tip of the Month: The Gift of Meditation!

Tiffany Wood sits in meditation

The holidays can be rather stressful, so give yourself the gift of meditation! Start your daily practice today and find your center in the midst of any holiday gathering!

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Tip of the Month: Reaction vs. Response

Hummingbird flying in front of mountains

“Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.” ~ Victor Frankl

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Grateful for Pain

Tiffany Wood Tiffany-Wood-brings hands to heart center

Over the past 18 years I continue to discover how to use what could be seen as afflictions as a way to help others by living from the steady consistency of my own yoga practice.

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