Big Photo: Tiffany Cruikshank on the cover of Yoga Journal!

Via on Nov 12, 2012

We’ve, ahem, “covered” many Yoga Journal covers—whenever one of our favorite yoga teachers appears, like Amy, Kia, Faith, we feel equal parts happy and proud.

Now, our elephriend and occasional columnist Tiffany Cruikshank is on the cover. We’re waiting for our friends over at YJ to get us a bigger image, but here’s a preview.

Check out Tiffany Cruikshank on the cover of the new Yoga Journal December 2012 issue, coming to a magazine stand near you! Hope it inspires you:

Update to come: bigger image.

Here it is, thanks to YJ. Photo credit: David Roth.

Tiffany is that rare yoga teacher who, in my experience, is both fun and stylish and an enthusiastic, skilled teacher of yoga—and is grounded, fun, sweet, caring, tough. She’s got integrity, and is worth checking out: here’s her FB Page (worth checking for programs, and amazing photos, and inspiration). Here’s her site.

Congrats, Tiffany, and good choice, Yoga Journal (though we wish we could see a little more of her face)!

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6 Responses to “Big Photo: Tiffany Cruikshank on the cover of Yoga Journal!”

  1. Vision_Quest2 says:

    If they thought they would intimidate or awe a newbie beginner by showing that pose, most people don't have to know anything about the physics or kinetics of this pose to intuit that it's dynamic-looking enough to probably be held for a split-second (i.e., something a dancer would do) … so it is acceptable by both badass yogi and newbie alike …(or by hardcore and clueless) thus, broadbrush appeal …

    Sorry, my cynicism is showing yet again …

  2. Sandy Gross says:

    Tiffany, this is great! Can't wait to get my copy. See you in December 2013 in Cleveland! XO

  3. YogaLover says:

    And just FYI, another of your featured writers and elephriend wrote the home practice article inside the mag. 😉

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