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.

Whatever your flexibility, take the leap and work your way into hanumanasana pose with these simple stretches
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As anyone who's had a long, stressful day can attest to, it's hard to wind down at night sometimes.

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Full wheel is a true full-body pose that opens your chest, back, shoulders, and hips while strengthening your arms, hamstrings, glutes, and back.

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With New Year's Eve parties and winter vacations to warm destinations right around the corner, who doesn’t want a stronger, more sculpted back to show off in those low-back dresses and...

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Whether from dehydration, stress, tension, a hangover, or anything else, headaches can really put a dampener on anyone’s day. Luckily yoga can help.

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A common reaction I get when I tell people I'm a yoga instructor is, "Oh, that's like Pilates, right?" It's a little bizarre, but people who are unfamiliar with the two workouts often...

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I don’t know about you, but a vacation is not a vacation for me if it doesn't include some kind of physical activity.

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The compass arm balance has long been one of my favorite shapes to play around with. It requires strength, balance, and flexibility.

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I recently read a piece by William Broad in the New York...

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While it might sound and look more challenging than regular crow pose, side crow is often the more accessible of the two to those who are newer to yoga.

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