Heidi Kristoffer

Creator and producer of Microsoft Bing Fitness Yoga, and creator of CrossFlowX Yoga, Heidi Kristoffer is a yoga instructor known for her happy, light-hearted approach. Heidi’s goal is to make yoga and deliciously healthy eating accessible to everyone.

Rated one of the: Hottest Trainers in America 2014 by Shape.com, most inspiring yoga teachers in the world by DoYouYoga, and most popular instructors in NYC by RateYourBurn, Heidi has been featured on Veria Living TV, interviewed by and featured in Harper's Bazaar, Cosmopolitan Germany, and many other publications. Heidi is also a wellness expert for MindBodyGreen, where she shares her quest to find the most fun efficient ways to move, and the most delicious and nutritious ways to fuel and re-fuel the body, mind and soul.

"Oh, wow, my hips feel so loose today," said no one ever. I have yet to meet anyone who didn't feel tightness in their hips.

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Everyone can always use a reset, a reboot, or a detox. This is a yoga routine you can do anytime, anywhere, to literally wring out the toxins from your body, mind, and spirit.

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Arm balances are not reserved for advanced yoga practitioners. Crow pose was one of the first poses I actually got, simply because it never occurred to me that I couldn't do it.

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Have you ever wanted to practice yoga on your own but needed a little motivation? Create your own yoga playlist!

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It’s August, and the heat is rising. Now is the perfect time for donning any sleeveless number you have left in your closet.

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It's not a headstand, it's not a forearm stand, so what the heck is it? Here at Shape, we are going with "funky forearm stand."

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It's important to feel just right to get the most out of your practicenot full or heavy, but not weak or hungry...

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One of the questions I get asked most often is, "How do you clean your yoga mat?" It's simple for me: I would never put anything on my yoga mat that I wouldn't want on my face.

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Sometimes it's great to focus on a specific body part and really dig deep, but other times it's nice to hit every part of your body so you feel strong and open all over.

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I love me some SoulCycle, and ever since Citi Bike came to New York...

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