Virtual Employee Wellness with Yoga, Breathwork and Meditation Sessions | Online Workshops for Stress Management, Mental Health and more!
Virtual Employee Wellness with Yoga, Breathwork and Meditation Sessions | Online Workshops for Stress Management, Mental Health and more!
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How Is Yoga for Migraine Different?


One of my specialties is working with people living with Migraine, a neurological condition that can be debilitating for many and take a toll on the mind, body and spirit. Having lived with migraines for as long as I can remember, its a passion to share the yoga techniques that helped me manage my own attacks with others. This includes a combination of working out with power yoga sequences, stretching, meditation and breathing techniques. Its the same yoga that you've heard of, so how is yoga for migraines different than all other yoga?

Purely on application. By application I mean that my classes for people living with Migraine are designed based on my “quadrant of triggers” or the top 4 triggers that I see most often – stress, sleep, movement and posture.

Tiffany Lord's quadrant of migraine triggers for yoga

From there, I utilize poses, breathing techniques and meditation styles that are most accessible for people living with persistent and/or chronic pain. Basically, the techniques are easy to learn, simple to implement and can be done during daily life. Yogic techniques assist with calming the nervous system (stress, rest), releasing muscle tension (stress, posture) and building stability and mobility in the body (movement, posture)…among many other benefits. You may only need to address one main trigger or maybe its a combination of all. Either way, there are techniques that you can start using right away to manage your migraines.


meditate and breathe for migraine management with Tiffany Lord online yoga teacher


Once you’ve learned the tool, integration and consistency are the keys to feeling those lasting effects. Learned a new breath work practice? Great, let’s use it when you’re laying in bed or while making your smoothie. Working with private clients over the years, I've noticed an exponential jump in benefits of a yoga practice with those who start using techniques "off the mat". It becomes a way of life and can carry positive effects into other aspects such as relationships and work. With regards to consistency, you can start feeling benefits of yoga after the first session but for a true assessment its best to practice for at least 3 months before deciding whether or not its helping you meet your wellness goals.

Interested in learning yoga techniques to manage your migraine attacks? Check out my newly refreshed signature program, Resilient With Migraine!



About Your Instructor:

Tiffany Lord, E-RYT & Yoga Therapeutic Specialist
Corporate Yoga Coach
Resilience + Stress Management Expert

As the founder of Love + Asana, I help busy professionals feel more resilient and empowered in their wellness using simple movement and mindfulness techniques to manage stress. This all-levels, accessible approach to physical and mental health at work allows employees to easily learn and implement healthy habits during their work day…and feel the benefits ripple out into all areas of life.

Since 2016, I’ve had the honor of coaching thousands of employees through virtual sessions and workshops focused on relaxation techniques, mindset, and mobility. My wellness articles have been featured in fyi50+, CO Yoga + Life, and I’m the author of three “Get With Gratitude” journals based on my online workshop series for resiliency through a grateful mindset.

I completed a 200-hour training through CorePower Yoga and received my 500-hour Therapeutic Specialist certificate through Yoga Medicine to complement my background in massage therapy and Bachelor’s Degree in International Business with Cum Laude honors from the University of Colorado at Denver. As a Continuing Education Provider with the Yoga Alliance, I share my knowledge of functional movement and the mind-body connection with yoga instructors wanting to deepen their teaching toolkit. My expertise in relaxation techniques and stress management also supports others living with Migraine through collaborations with Cove, an online migraine treatment company, and the International Headache Center.

When I’m not supporting wellness of others, I’m out improving my own – enjoying time with family & friends, dancing, hiking, bouldering in the gym, reading and drinking too many lattes :)

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