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Heidi Kristoffer

Heidi Kristoffer is the creator and producer of Microsoft Bing Fitness Yoga & MSN Yoga, creator of CrossFlowX, wellness expert for multiple online platforms, and mama to baby twin girls. Her goal is to make yoga and deliciously healthy eating accessible to everyone. Rated one of the: Hottest Trainers in America by Shape Magazine, most inspiring yoga teachers in the world by DoYouYoga, and most popular instructors in NYC by RateYourBurn and ClassPass, Heidi can often be seen featured as an expert on television and in magazines world wide.

Stories by heidiheidiyoga

Try these five yoga moves to take full advantage of your time on the sand.
Unless you've been on a social media hiatus, you've probably seen an increasing number of yoga wheel pics pop up in your feed. Not sure what this gadget is exactly? Or thinking you'll never... more
Ready to work your glutes and hammies double-time? Use these yoga moves to get your tush in top shape this summer.
These seven yoga moves will give you ab definition in all the right places.
Crow pose is generally the first #yogagoal people feel comfortable practicing. These tips, tricks, and variations offer something for everyone. What are you waiting for? Go get your crow on!
Learning to stand on your hands is a lot like learning how to walk for the first time—it challenges your balance and works your muscles like nothing else can. Plus, it's fun!
Think you aren't prepared for tank top season? Think again. These eight yoga moves require zero equipment, so you can do them anywhere you might be traveling this summer—in 10 minutes or less!
TIred of the same old stale yoga routine? Spice things up with one or more of these lesser-known asanas. We'll tell you what body parts to warm up and engage first; you provide the sense of humor and... more
Those inspirational yoga poses you see on Instagram? You can do them yourself, because you're as flexible or strong as you make up your mind to be. A little expert guidance (and deep breaths) never... more
A new review, summarizing multiple studies, published in the Cochrane Library, suggests that yoga may have a beneficial effect on symptoms and quality of life in people with asthma.

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