Yoga and Traditional Chinese Medicine: Learn to Apply TCM Principles to Your Practice will give you a foundation in TCM so that you can more skillfully navigate the fluctuations of your life—both on and off your yoga mat.
“The beauty of having the tools of Traditional Chinese Medicine as a yoga student is that you can adapt your practice based on your experience and what you feel. You don't have to overthink this.”
Tiffany has been working in the fields of acupuncture and TCM for over 15 years and has seen over 25,000 patients. As a long-time yoga teacher and teacher trainer, her methods combine the Western knowledge of the body with the wisdom of both yoga and TCM, and she is passionate about empowering people to take their health and wellness into their own hands.
This course is for:
✓ Yoga teachers
✓ Yoga students
✓ Anyone interested in diving deeper into the therapeutic application of yoga
✓ Anyone who wants to incorporate the principles of TCM into their life
You’ll walk away with tools you can use immediately—in your own practice or in the classes that you teach. The principles you learn will help you build sequences that support your (and your students’) well-being.
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According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, everything in the body is connected, and there is no one “perfect” state of health. We are constantly fluctuating; health is about balance, and there is no endpoint.
Adding TCM into your yoga practice creates the opportunity for you to observe the nuances and subtleties of your body on a deeper level. You can then use this newfound knowledge to help you move toward balance.
Note: Yoga is not a substitute for medical care. Please practice and teach with integrity, encouraging students to continue regular care and to use yoga as an adjunct to what they are already doing.
Tiffany is the founder of Yoga Medicine®, a community of yoga teachers focused on fusing anatomy with Eastern and Western medicine with the traditional practices of yoga to serve the medical communities with a mission to help people live their best, healthiest lives and truly thrive. Tapping into her medical background in Acupuncture and Sports Medicine, Tiffany’s classes are guided by a strong anatomical focus and her ability to teach a deep understanding of complex subjects.
Recognized more broadly as a health and wellness expert, Tiffany has worked with professional athletes and celebrities, as well as renowned medical professionals from around the world. She has operated her own Chinese Medicine clinics and served as the Acupuncturist and Yoga Teacher at the Nike World Headquarters for over 6 years.
Tiffany has graced the cover of over 15 magazines and has been featured as an expert in numerous publications including Prevention, WebMD, Forbes, Huffington Post, Dr. Oz, Yoga Journal, Women’s Health, Glamour, Self, Marie Claire, Fitness, Good Housekeeping, Readers Digest, Health, Cosmopolitan, Shape, Redbook, Men’s Health, Sweat Equity, Yoga International, LA Times, Allure, Family Circle, Organic Authority, Triathlete Magazine, AOL Build, Natural Health, Yoga Digest and many others.
She holds a pre-med bachelor’s degree in medicinal plant biology and nutrition and a master’s degree in Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine with a specialty in sports medicine & orthopedics. Tiffany is the author of two books, Optimal Health for a Vibrant Life and Meditate your Weight, and runs teacher trainings around the world.
Yoga Medicine is a community of highly trained teachers who have a deep understanding of the body from an eastern and western perspective. Are you currently pursuing your 500-hour certification through Yoga Medicine? Great! Simply submit your certificate of completion to Yoga Medicine and you're 5 hours closer.
Yoga Alliance requires all yoga teachers to accumulate at least 30 hours of continuing education every three years. 20 online hours are allowed to count toward this requirement.
Fulfilling 5 of these study hours is as easy as logging into the Yoga Alliance website and entering your hours after you’ve completed Yoga and Traditional Chinese Medicine: Learn to Apply TCM Principles to Your Practice. Continue your yoga education with this course and more from the Yoga International library!