Healthy Body Yoga – Yoga With Adriene

Healthy Body Yoga – Yoga With Adriene


– Hey everyone and
welcome to Yoga With Adriene. I am Adriene, and
today we have an awesome healthy body yoga for you. This practice is
designed to inspire you to cultivate a regular daily
practice to help you feel good. So hop into something
comfy, and let’s get started. (upbeat music) Alrighty, my friends,
we’re going to begin on all fours today,
so take your time getting down to the
ground, and right away just set yourself
up for greatness here. So we have a
pretty swift practice but we’re gonna be
really kind in the way that we set ourselves up
and the way that we move, wrists underneath the shoulders, knees right
underneath the hip points, then really press
into all of your fingers and try to take some
weight out of the wrist from the get go. So just give a couple of
moments to get into place here and to just drop
into the present. Notice how you feel
mentally and emotionally as we begin to check in
with the body physically. So happy and healthy body, a happy and healthy
yoga body is one that is united, right, yoga, union. So this trinity, this
three part of the mind, the body, and the
spirit being tended to is where the happy and
the healthy truly come from. So set yourself
up for greatness, hopefully you’re here by now. We’re just gonna make
sure that the toes aren’t splaying out or
coming in, but again, lot of awareness in how
we set ourselves up today, so bring the toes in
alignment with the ankles and the ankles in
alignment with your knees. Now from here you
might start to notice a little tremble on
the arms, especially if you’re not used
to be on all fours. Hey yo, couldn’t resist. So, right away, just take
some weight out of your joints by lifting your heart space
up towards the sky even more. So everyone can even
collapse a little bit here in the shoulders
so you can really feel that pressing
away from the yoga mat. Then same thing
with the lower body, lengthen the tailbone
towards the back of your mat and draw the navel up. I said draw, Texas, Texas
gal came through their draw, draw the navel up. So if you need to kind of
figure out what I’m saying look at me and
I’ll demo for a second. If the belly is
dropping here, create length in the lower back by
lengthening the tail. Now we’re just
gonna rock front and back a little bit here nice and slow, stretching through the hands, pressing into
the tops of the feet, and as you do this just see
if you can keep this awareness from the crown to the tail, so this line of the spine,
nice and long and lengthened. So we’re tending
to the spine today as a way of really committing to this feeling of
happy and healthy, when the spine is
tended to so many things can fall into
alignment, physically, which will help the way you feel mentally and energetically. Alright, come all the
way up, tabletop position, check in with your spine
again by lifting the navel up, lengthening the
crown of the head forward, then tug the shoulders
back a little bit more and when you’re ready, inhale, drop the belly,
open the chest, Cow Pose. Now take a
couple of breaths here, stretch through the neck,
press in the tops of the feet, start to deepen your breath,
connect to the life force, feel the belly stretch. And then on your next exhale,
claw through the fingertips and let that be what
really lifts your heart space, up, up, up, up, up,
up, up, for Cat Pose. Couple of breaths here,
soft easy movement if you like. Chin to chest, breathe. And then on your next inhale
back to tabletop position, curl the toes under,
and send the hips back towards the heels. Walk your hands out, so
we’re coming off the wrist for a second here,
and melt your heart down. So we’re stretching
through the feet, opening through the chest, starting to open up
through the shoulders, and maybe the forehead comes
all the way down to the mat, and if not that’s okay, breathe. For me the practice
of surrender is also what cultivates a happy,
healthy body, so sometimes we get really
stuck on it being like about cardio, and
fitness, and toning, and building strength,
and we need to remember it’s also very powerful
to just surrender, be still, so take a couple more quiet
breaths here, close your eyes. Notice how you feel today. And really be honest, notice the
thoughts that come up. And then return back to
the breath, big inhale in, exhale to press into the toes, lift your heart, your
belly all the way back up. Here we go, lifting the hips
up high, Downward Facing Dog, immediately find soft,
easy movement, stretching through
the backs of the legs, hugging the lower ribs in, finding that external
rotation of the shoulders out, then maybe playing with
bringing the big toes inward, finding that internal rotation
of the legs, the hip socket. And when you’re ready,
press into every finger, anchor through the
heels and bend the knees, belly reaches towards
the tops of the thighs here, breathe deep, and then when you’re
ready a big exhale to cue your slow walk up to
the front of the mat. Forward Fold is
where we will meet. Take your time,
really feel it out. Start to elongate
your inhalations, make them longer,
smoother, bigger, fuller. And elongate,
lengthen your exhales, really emptying, emptying,
emptying, emptying out all of the air so that
your next inhale is just naturally big and
buoyant and beautiful. Awesome, shake the head,
a little yes, a little no. And really root
down through your feet, feel that connection, and when you’re ready roll it
all the way up to Mountain, see how slow you can go. Stack your head over your heart, your heart over your
pelvis, and right away go ahead and open up
through the palms today, and as you open up
through the arms and the palms really allow the shoulder
blade to really wrap around and plug in
behind your heart space, just best you
can visualize that. So, again, we’re kind
of coming out of our shells a little bit here today
and finding head over heart, heart over pelvis,
plugging the shoulder blades in as you lift up
through the chest. Feel this upward current of
energy through the front body and then balance it out by grounding down
through the heels. So we have this
full body awareness rocking and rolling today,
or that’s the goal. When you’re ready, big inhale
to softly bend the knees and inhale, reach
the fingertips up high, so we’re not
locking in the knees, and then exhale, just Forward
Fold all the way back down. Then on an inhale, take the
crown of the head forward, lift your spine up halfway,
arms go back, airplane arms, spread energy
through the fingertips here, and then exhale,
cascading it down. Inhale, root to rise,
so really feel your feet here as you reach for the sky,
stand up nice and tall, and exhale all the
way down, Forward Fold. On the inhale,
halfway lift, airplane arms, take the crown of the head out
forward, tail reaches back, and then exhale, fold. Start to sync up
with your breath, really sync up with your breath. Inhale, reach for the sky, and exhale,
rain it down, Forward Fold. Now, remember that
tabletop position here, as you inhale, halfway lift,
hug the lower ribs in, draw the navel up,
again, lift up between your shoulder blades,
heart space lifting, and then exhale, fold. Awesome work. This time we’ll bring
the fingertips to the mat, we’re gonna step
the right foot back and then lower
the right knee down. Inhale, plug the
shoulder blades in again by wrapping them around, lifting up between
your heart space, and inhale, lift your
heart over the palms, upward current of
energy through the front body and grounding
through the back body. Squeeze the inner thighs
together, one more breath here, inhale, then exhale, release. Plant the palms, left knee
comes back to join the right, we come back to
that tabletop position. Now find that danda,
crown to tail, nice and long, taut line in the spine,
super aware. And when you’re ready,
send the right leg out and send the left arm forward. And find a little balance,
or work to find balance in-between as you lift
up in the navel, and then lift up in the heart,
so just like we did before. Turn the left thumb up as if
you’re shaking someone’s hand, and turn all
the right toes down. One more deep breath in here, then exhale, release. Beautiful. Curl the toes under,
lift your hips up high, Downward Facing Dog. Deep breath in, long luscious breath out. Enjoy. Alright, step the
right foot up this time and lower the left knee down. Take your time,
there’s never any rush here. Find your alignment. Make sure that
front knee is not going super past that front ankle,
but rather nice and stacked in the bones. When you are ready,
loop the shoulders in, inhale, open the palms,
lift up from the pelvic floor a little bit here, again,
find length in the front body, think Cow Pose, and
ground through the back body, lengthen down through the tail. Keep breathing here,
squeeze and lift, inner thighs hugging
towards the midline, take one more breath, maybe
open your heart a little more, and then exhale, release. Hands come to the mat,
right knee comes back, tabletop position. So each time we come
here you have an opportunity to check in with the
spine, make sure there’s lots of awareness, so
no collapsing the shoulders and no dumping through
the lower belly, but rather gathering that energy up,
finding support from within. We’ll test that out by
sending the left leg back, right arm forward. Right thumb up, again, as if
you’re shaking someone’s hand, plug that shoulder in, and
then turn those left toes down, work to find a
balance and equilibrium here and use your breath to find
what feels good in the process. We’re toning the belly here,
toning the legs, the glute, that booty, but we’re
working from a place of awareness in the spine. So working in a supportive way, take one more deep breath in, and then exhale,
release everything down, curl the toes under,
and lift the hips up high, Downward Facing Dog,
couple of breaths here. Careful not to
crash into the wrists, so bend the knees
as much as you need to lift the hips
up high and back. On your next inhale take the deepest
breath you’ve taken all day, and then on the exhale just
walk the hands and the feet in towards the middle together, so you’ll meet in the
middle of your yoga mat. And then one more time,
inhale, halfway lift, moving with the breath,
fingertips back, airplane arms, and exhale,
release everything down. Inhale to reach for the sky,
really press into your feet, maximize the stretch here,
notice what it feels like to be alive today,
enjoy, enjoy, enjoy, and then exhale,
hands right to your heart. Palms are together
in prayer position, and just find a little
lift up through the chest, sternum to thumbs. Take a moment to
observe the breath, notice how you feel,
you might close your eyes, just kind of go in
where the help, so just take a moment
to close your eyes, and really see, and feel what’s up. Alright, bat the eyelashes open, took everything in my
power to not start singing “What’s Up” by
4 Non Blondes there. Okay, so we’re gonna
take the feet super wide here, we’re almost done,
great work everyone. I’d like to invite
you to deepen your breath, longer, fuller inhales, longer, fuller exhales. So we literally change the
chemical makeup of the body when we remember to
breathe in a strong powerful way on the yoga mat,
and off the yoga mat. Turn the two big toes in, hands maybe still
at the heart here. So you’re gonna inhale, find
length, and just feel the power as you press into the
outer edges of the feet, and we kind of draw
energy up from the arches, and we’re playing so with this lift up through the front and
this grounding in the back. Business in the front,
party in the back. So we’re not just
dumping into our feet, there’s lots of energy,
and you kind of feel a little empowerment, I mean,
take what you can get, right? As you tone the
quads and lift up it’s a very much
of a power pose here. So we’ll swim the fingertips
around when you’re ready, interlace behind the tail. If you can bring the
palms together, awesome, that’s what
we’re working towards ’cause we wanna create
more spaciousness, of course, but if we’re not there
you can just keep the wrists nice and square. Inhale, lift your heart.
Think upward current of energy through the front,
grounding through the back. The knuckles draw
down and away here, you get a nice
stretch through the neck, through the chest, the pecs, and then just like we
did in tabletop position try to keep the navel
drawing in and up here, we call this
Urianabunda, this navel lock to support the lower back body as we slowly begin to
take the heart forward. Soft bend in the knees here, we’re still drawing
up through the arches, pressing through the
outer edges of the feet. You might find
that you get this far and your body is saying, beep,
beep, stop, stop the car, in which case you
might release your fingertips and work here, or bring up lock,
or maybe your couch is near or a chair, if you can
continue the journey down, explore that,
soft bend in the knees, and we take the head
underneath the heart here. If the crown of the head can
come to the Earth, awesome, we’ll work on that,
and if not don’t worry. Accept where you are today. Now you gotta
bring the breath here, big inhale in, long breath out. To come out of the pose,
press into the feet, connect to your center, inhale, rise up, check
in with that halfway point, deep breath in, and then
exhale all the way back down with the knuckles, sorry,
lift up through the heart. Inhale, and exhale,
relax the shoulder. Keep the fingertips interlaced, we’re gonna turn
the left toes out, right toes are
already turned in. We maybe step our
back foot up a little bit depending on the
length of your legs, and we’re gonna
bend the front knee, draw the navel in
and up, Humble Warrior. Inhale, same action of
this upward current of energy through the front body, this
anchoring through the back body and then keep the root of
this posture in that back foot as you slowly send
your heart forward, and you might just
pause here, hovering, working on strength,
hugging the lower ribs in, or maybe you take it all the
way down, Humble Warrior. Opening through
the hips, pressing into the knife edge
of that back foot, and releasing the
crown towards the ground. Lift up from the pelvic
floor here, you got this, big breath in, then use
the power of that back leg to rise up strong,
bold, calm, and in control. Right away into the
next beat, left toes turn in, feel the blood flow,
opposite direction, right toes turn out,
front knee over front ankle. Find that Urianabunda here,
that support for the lower back. And then when you’re
ready, inhale, lift the heart, find length,
and exhale, bowing towards the front left
corner of your mat. And then maybe we
pause here, don’t cheat here, don’t cheat yourself,
you got this, find support from within,
you don’t need to dump weight into that right thigh,
but keep it lifted, and then if you wanna
continue the journey down, maybe you do, crown of the
head at some point reaching maybe towards the Earth.
Press into the knife, into the back foot,
breathe deep here, inhale in. To come out of the pose,
exhale, ground through that back heel, outer
edge of that back foot. Keep the left inner thigh
engaged, and rise up strong. Yeah, baby. Right toes turn in, left toes stay turned in, so we come back to
this standing wide legged. And then check it out,
don’t release your arms yet, I know they’re
talking to you, inhale in, exhale, release the fingertips
left to right, Star Pose. Should feel awesome. Thumbs go up, we
inhale big, x shape here. So x marks the spot
here as so you spread, maybe there’s a
slight back bend here as you lift the
heart up, take up space. So I love that quote,
paraphrasing, but it’s like, who do you serve? You don’t serve anyone
or anything by being small. So take this big power pose
here, this is our final posture, and just own it
here for three breaths, even if you feel like a fool, be a fool, happy fool. Inhaling in, and exhaling maybe
out through the mouth. Inhale in, let me hear you.
(exhales loudly) One more, send it
all the way to Texas, inhale. (exhales loudly) Awesome, slowly
release the arms down, pay attention
to this transition. Alright, then gently
walk the feet together, head over heart,
heart over pelvis, one last time. Palms come together,
Anjeleyvudra, prayer position. Soft gaze here
or close your eyes, and take a really honest
to God moment to just notice how you feel. To receive this information, and then you can use it. You can use this
awareness to help guide the rest of your day,
and you can compare notes the next time you
return to this practice which is designed
to help you commit to something regularly. So that you can
be happy and healthy, in body, but in
mind and spirit. Because if you
feel good, you look good. If you wanna have a good body
or to feel good in your body you gotta tend to all parts. Thank you for sharing your
time and your energy with me. And with the Yoga
With Adriene community. We’ll bring the
thumbs up to the third eye, take a deep breath in, and exhale, bow head to heart. Namaste. (upbeat music)

100 comments on “Healthy Body Yoga – Yoga With Adriene

  1. 575 Deadlift Post author

    Thanks Adriene. I do a lot of weight lifting and martial arts. After each practice or difficult lift, I go into prayer position. Lately however, Ive been doing it out of habit rather than intention. Thank you for reminding me why I pray. I pray out of gratitude for my body, struggle, and determination.

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  2. Carrie Lewis Post author

    It amazes me how much more like a super hero I feel after working in a wide legged stance!

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  3. The Unity Agency Post author

    Few days off – back on the mat with this delicious practice today. Lovely to be back – thank you x

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  4. Liz Beardmore Post author

    Back on course now with the calendar! A great start to the day – challenging though for the arms at the end! I couldn't immediately bring my hands together for prayer position!! Thank you Adriene xx Namaste ๐Ÿ’Ÿ๐Ÿ’Ÿ

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  5. Gill Smith Post author

    Adriene I think this is the best slow full body workout, no flows, no vinyasas, just purposeful moves with special attention to detail. I love this because we really make the most of our 20 minutes, no rushing just a feeling of power ….. rather gorgeous ! Anyw, afterwards I feel really good, refreshed and tingly and no pain ready for my day. April is flying by summer is coming life is good, thanks from my heart Adriene ๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿผโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’ž

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  6. Gilles DesRosiers Post author

    I love the look and feel of this episode. The lighting is really nice and warm as well as the clothing colors. If I had an Adriene action figure that is the outfit I would choose…lol

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  7. Kristine Allen Post author

    This was a great way to focus and reconnect, the reminders to focus and activate naval were just what I needed! Thank you I'm loving this month of ACT!

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  8. Tabita Doujad Post author

    One of my favorite practices that I do indeed return to again and again. For a twenty minute session, it is so wonderfully all-encompassing. Thank you, Adriene!

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  9. shirley quinn Post author

    Thankyou once again for a great routine, pepped me up for the rest of the day. I will certainly return to this one. Heartfelt love xxxxx

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  10. Yolanda Swilley-Smith Post author

    Thanks Adriene! I was feeling "some kind of way" which is unusual for me but knew immediately what to do. And it worked. I'm feeling better so keep doing what you are doing for us, it works!!!

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  11. Jessica Yaremcio Post author

    Studying for finals all this week and next week and this was the perfect video to do during a study break!

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  12. D a w s a c Post author

    ACT day 18

    I promised myself for a healthier body I will dedicate 2019 for daily yoga since 1/1/2019. My goal is to reach one full year!
    I feel blessed and thankful to be part of this yogic community,Thank you Adriene for the experience.

    Namaste.

    #ywaACT #FWFG

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  13. Vanessa Morris Post author

    Wonderful practice today, I enjoyed moving today , my breath lead the way which really help a lot so thank u Adriene for another great empowering practice, love yuh and Namaste Everyone ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’–โค๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

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  14. rinn gardner Post author

    I forgot to put my hair up before this practice, so insert me looking like a lion every time I rise up lol. After a tough workout, this was just the practice I needed to reset my mind and intentions, so thank you

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  15. Darren Knox Post author

    ACT: I messed up and did the practice that was supposed to be for today, yesterday…but it was almost like that was by design because this practice was exactly what I needed today and that Ahimsa practice was exactly what I needed yesterday

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  16. Julia Leonetti Post author

    Ironically I am doing this video a day late…talk about a regular yoga practice!
    Not being too hard on myself, I actually did some flows yesterday on my own since I was so tired to do a full video – and because I decided to pamper myself with a bath and some nail painting.
    I think this yoga practice is engrained in my memory, part of my life and part of my soul…now. It was a beautiful thing to have that is all my own yet is shared with millions of people…I really resonate with that!
    Thank you as always <3
    xx Namaste

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  17. J Copeland Post author

    I honestly started singing whatโ€™s up by four non blondes in my head & then you referenced it! Lol!
    great practice! Thanks for your instruction and authenticity!

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  18. SOMEBROAD1 Limited Post author

    Iโ€™m off my days so I am doing this one on Easter how beautiful of a practice for Easter morning โค๏ธ

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  19. Rebecca Hurford Post author

    I cannot describe how special it is that you have made exercise part of my mental health routine. A portion of my mental illness is rooted in the bullying I experienced during high school PE (gym) classes, and as a result exercise has always been associated with trauma for me and I have struggled to get enough exercise to boost my brain without triggering those painful memories. The way that you have turned exercise into my happy place through your amazing, kind yoga is nothing short of magical. Thank you so much, Adriene. Namaste.

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  20. Jm B Post author

    Just did this one. Adriene, I adore your sense of humor. HEYO!!!! Oh, and ummm…….well, ya know…..AWESOME video!!!!

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  21. Justin H Post author

    Thank you so much! I love all the classes, they have seriously made a difference in my life. Sending love from Canada.

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  22. Elisa Mirto Post author

    Just what I needed today thank you! ..after you said what's up I literally started singing 4 non blondes ๐Ÿ˜… ๐Ÿ™Œ

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  23. ulikadulche Post author

    Whau.Adriene the way you organize the session with the posses is beautiful, serene . I feel so in love,fresh.Thank you love.

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  24. Rianne Cabanier Post author

    I felt so very grounded and strong during that last mountain pose ! My shins are complaining a little, but, boy, was it amazing ! Thank you ~

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  25. Sam Amn Post author

    Thank you adriene. Done it just now, feels so good after breaking a sweat โค

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  26. aladdin 1 Post author

    Day 107๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพโค๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ Doing this in Ramadan is just super helpful

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  27. Holly Kinnel Post author

    This channel has changed my life in the best ways. I really canโ€™t afford to go to classes so this is a life saver. I absolutely LOVE that you have a practice for literally EVERYTHING! And I love your energy ๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ thank you!

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  28. Angela Beck Post author

    I loved this. I am recovering from about ten days of sickness and this was the perfect integration back into my regular exercise routine. Your words regarding mind, body and spiritual health really sang to me. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  29. Rio Mae Blanco Post author

    Happy body, healthy body, and body at peace โ˜บ๏ธโœจ Thank you so much Adriene and namaste ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

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  30. Sal Gordillo Post author

    So unique powerful quality perfectly balanced in the middle with every yoga move you perform with the state of the art yoga from head to toe with great standards and when you put all this together the story says it all and my buddy Benji he was the greatest with you thank you and I appreciate the heart love always๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ’–

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  31. haley Post author

    hi! iโ€™ve been recovering from anorexia since march, and have also been trying to cope with the anxiety and depression i had been hiding via my ed. on monday, my doctor and i decided we could cut my anxiety meds completely, and the withdrawals have been very crazy to say the least. i have been doing yoga over the past month and i have to say, over the last week or so your practices have really helped me remain in a better headspace and iโ€™m always so much calmer after i finish a practice. thank you!! this practice was great.

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  32. Melissa Lee Post author

    Namaste everyone because this is an awesome morning routine! I love the intentional breathing

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  33. kinsey michelson Post author

    … and I scream from the top of my lungs, WHATS GOING ON?!

    Mad respect for the 4 non blondes reference. #Excellence

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  34. David Post author

    Other commitments over the last few days,so missed out on my yoga. This session is a good wake up in a morning, feel loads better, ready for the day ahead.

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  35. Lynn Miller Post author

    Grandma Lynn.ย 
    Ive been coming to your sight for yoga practice for over a year now and love each experience. At 72 classes in a studio are often more than I can handle, but I find that, here, I can choose sessions that fit my needs. I have followed the 30 day program (Even though it has taken we'll over a month). I had surgery last fall and slowed down a bit but am back . Thanks for offering these programs and your calm approach

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  36. Haley Pennock Smith Post author

    I LOVED this practice! It felt amazing for my body but mostly for my mind! My favorite part of the practice was when she said "this is how it feels to be alive today!" It made me smile so big as I was relishing in the moment and rejoicing in all my body can do. Thank you Adriene for always making my mornings start out the right way! hugs!

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  37. mickeyturn Post author

    Thank you so much Adriene, you uplift my life whenever I join your practice. Namaste x

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  38. David Post author

    I've returned to this video as a quick wake me up, to open my chest area and legs after a good nights sleep, I'm feeling loads better as a continue yoga each morning, whether it be long session like Deep Stretch or a quick one like this video, my advice would be find a video that feels right for you each day and you'll feel better yourself by the end of the week, Thanks Adriene.

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  39. Robert Neagu Post author

    Amazing stuff , was feeling really down and feel so much better after this 20 minutes , like a weight lifted off my heart. Thank you !

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  40. Phoebe Carnill Post author

    Thank you for the positive vibes sent through this practice. Also asking for positive vibes, been a little sick and going through some stress this week. Love ya! โค

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  41. TheGraziella1987 Post author

    Thank you Adriene.
    In the beginning was just laying down with no energy but then started. Lovely yoga and all good.
    Would like to go back to sleep now but cannot and all is good.
    ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜Šโค๏ธ๐Ÿ™
    Namaste.
    Love You,
    Graziella

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  42. Colette Lefebvre Post author

    Itโ€™s been almost a year that Iโ€™ve been practicing daily with you, thank you for enriching my life. You are amazing ๐Ÿง˜โ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ’•

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  43. Angela Canonico Post author

    "you don't serve anyone or anything by being small" ๐Ÿ’ฏ truth about the quote ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

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  44. Gail Sulkes Post author

    Adriene – I am in a beautiful spot in Austin this morning and could feel the local energy. Great practice. "All the way to Texas" wasn't far at all today!

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  45. Rio Mae Blanco Post author

    When you are happy the mind focuses on positive thoughts, when you are healthy the body becomes strong, and when you are at peace the soul avoids aggressiveness ๐Ÿ˜Œโœจ Thank you so much Adriene and namaste ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ’—

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  46. Michael Wilson Post author

    Hi Adrienne thank you for this video I felt really sweaty when I finished which I think was due to engaging more of my body in the poses. Also I couldn't remember which video I posted it on as it was in February but an update on the job front is that I have managed to find a new job now which I'm very excited about I'm just a few more days away from starting next Monday as I had to work a month's notice but by practicing with you regularly the transition doesn't feel as scary ๐Ÿ˜€

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  47. Sarah Kilgallon Post author

    Thanks for this really interesting practice! And I mean interesting in a good way. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Still grooving on the August playlist. ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿผ

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  48. Nicole Meisner Post author

    "Notice how you feel" at the beginning and my answer was "I feel like #[email protected]".
    I ended the practice with a smile, I feel much better now. Partially because my head touched the mat during the section before humble warrior (and my ankles while in warrior). My heart is like * !!! *.

    Also, before you said "we're here for three cycles of breath" in the star pose my laptop froze and I didn't notice. So like 3 minutes in, my arms started to hurt so I peeked at the video (I practice mostly with my eyes closed) to check if I'm doing everything okay, see you standing still and chill, not like me, a wobbly creature, and it took me another minute to realize "shoot, she ain't moving nor breathing". Thanks, Apple for an impromptu browser and add-ons actualization session.

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  49. Vanessa Morris Post author

    Wonderful practice today, I enjoyed it a lot, much love to u Adriene and Namaste Everyone ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’–โค๐Ÿ™

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  50. Eric Allison Post author

    Today my feet really liked this. Folks that commute by foot and are on their feet for full time work weeks like I am may find this practice to be helpful. Thanks!

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  51. D a w s a c Post author

    REUNITE day 14

    Unfortunately, I missed a yoga practice once again :/…

    Itโ€™s all good, am traveling anyways so my body just betrayed me and fell asleep quickly. Shortly ill be home and ill focus better!

    Namaste.

    #ywaREUNITE #FWFG

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  52. Liz Beardmore Post author

    Bit out of sync with the calendar, altho energies certainly picking up. This practice was perfect to get me going (we are going away for a few days, so on the road today). Thank you Adriene xx Namaste ๐Ÿ’Ÿ๐Ÿ’Ÿ

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  53. SEPHORAโ€™S Post author

    I love you but u talk way too much I feel,I d be an a position for 2 minutes of just hearing u explain like Iโ€™m tired Adrienne cmonnnnn

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  54. Susan V Post author

    This video is just what I needed ๐ŸŒท๐ŸŒท๐ŸŒท๐ŸŒท๐ŸŒท๐ŸŒท๐ŸŒท

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  55. Simple Happy Zen Post author

    I find I keep coming back to this one. Somehow this practice is like magic ๐Ÿ˜๐ŸŒฑ

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  56. Laura Archbold Post author

    Yay found it! Got this saved in my playlist ๐Ÿ˜€โค and I did it all woo-hoo thank you!

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