Tiffany Wood Yoga

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Calming The Winds of Change with Yoga

Tiffany Wood practices a Wide Legged Forward Fold

Bring a sense of balance and peace as you move into fall and winter by taking care of yourself. Try regulating your routine, slowing down your asana practice, pranayama and meditation.

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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!

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Lessons from Granddaddy

My Granddaddy, Herman Floyd Poer, taught me that the most important part of life is living in the love of our relationships. We are here to connect with and remember the Source of love that lives within all of us. I know my Granddaddy would be so delighted to know that he inspired me to know our relationship inspired me to love so deeply that I was willing to dive into the most important relationship in my life; discovering and loving my Self. 

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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. 

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Migraine Relief: Yoga Can Help!

Tiffany Wood practicing headstand

I have found that a regular and consistent yoga practice, along with cardiovascular activity several times a week, is the best prevention for migraines. Experiment with these poses and see what works best for you!

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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.

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Park City's Best Yoga Teacher - Thank you for voting for me!

Tiffany Wood Park City's Best Yoga Teacher Award

Students tell me how I have changed their lives. But I have only opened the door and had the pleasure of witnessing them step into the knowing of their own Awareness. I witness amazing shifts and growth in their lives, and I know that the miracles that happen are theirs to claim.

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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.

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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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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.

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The Yoga Confessional!

Tiffany Wood practices Cobra Yoga pose

"Bless you my child, that will be 10 Sun Salutations."  This is my light-hearted reply to the dozens of 'yoga confessionals' I hear every week. You know what I'm talking about... that moment when you see your yoga teacher at the grocery store and you find yourself spontaneously fessing up to why you haven't been able to make it to your mat.

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Tip of the Month: How to Start Meditating

a frog meditating

Do you want to start a mediation practice but think it's too hard, you don't have time, or you think you'll never be able to stop the forever-flowing thoughts in your head?

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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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Unwavering Dedication

Tiffany Wood students with hands over their hearts

Bhakti yoga is to step into whatever you do with unwavering devotion to the love of Love itself. To act from the place that remembers the bigger picture. Creating and engaging our lives as if the God in all things matters.

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