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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

Are you a self-proclaimed klutz or feel like your balance could be better? Try these seven poses and do the ones that are the most challenging for you three times a week or more—you'll be balancing... more
Can't understand why you're feeling even tighter after class? Feel like you'll never be strong or flexible enough to flow with ease? We've got tips to help you Om frustration-free!
Running, spinning, boxing, HIIT, or plain old walking got your hamstrings super tight? Do these seven easy yoga poses after any hamstring-tightening workout (or on their own!) three times a week, and... more
Research proves yoga reigns supreme in reducing back pain, and here's why.
Sun salutations are a great way to connect breath to movement and to get your body moving. Not sure where to start? We've got you covered with a breath-by-breath breakdown of the most common yoga... more
Need some relief from tight, cranky shoulders? These six yoga poses are for you! Move slowly, breathe deeply, and feel those knots slip away.
We always hear how yoga can enhance performance in running and strength training, but what about the other way around?
Anyone who has ever injured a knee knows that it is a long journey back to a healthy, strong, stable joint. These yoga poses will help you get there.
Ever look at those super-bendy Instagram yogis and think, nah, my body can't do that? Think again—these seven yoga poses will help you lengthen your body and feel more limber.
The results from using my Apple Watch heart rate monitor during yoga were not at all what I expected, which left me wondering: Is cardio necessary?