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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The Key to Migraine Management: Being Resilient


Without having a cure for Migraine (not yet anyway), those of us living with the neurological disease can sometimes feel hopeless. Managing migraine attacks isn't as sexy as stopping them altogether. Since there isn't a miracle treatment for all migraine experiences, I think focusing on bouncing back quicker after an attack can be a game changer. If we can't beat 'em, we have to up our resiliency!

yoga to manage migraine headache

How do we do that? Research shows that yoga techniques can help manage migraine burden by:

  • decreasing the number of attacks
  • decreasing the duration of an attack
  • decreasing the intensity of an attack
  • changing the characteristic of attacks
  • improving resiliency - allowing us to bounce back quicker after an attack

Building resiliency with yoga can include practicing yoga poses to stretch your typically tight muscles and strengthen those needed for better posture, meditation to manage stress, breathing to calm your nervous system or a combination of all. With a consistent practice of at least three months, you may start noticing that your attacks aren't as long, painful or frequent as before.

Although every migraine experience is unique, anyone can learn yoga techniques - especially when using my self-paced signature program Resilient with Migraine!

How Does It Work:

  • Learn quick, simple relaxation techniques with guided How To videos

  • Choose which one(s) feel helpful to you

  • Practice the technique(s) EVERY DAY

  • Notice any shifts in your Migraine burden or relationship with your Migraine


Common Things Holding Migraine Sufferers Back From Trying Yoga

Hate making plans because you might have to cancel due to a migraine attack? No more worrying about that! Practice on your own whenever it makes sense for you.

Ever had an attack start during a class? I have! Instead of worrying about interrupting everyone and explaining your situation, you don't have to because you're at home! You can stop the video, take your medication or use your complementary therapies, then curl up in bed to recover.


Manage stress (the #1 trigger of people living with Migraine) with my migraine-friendly video classes!

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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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