Balancing Ocean Flow – Yoga With Adriene

– What’s up everyone,
welcome to Yoga with Adriene. I’m Adriene, and we
have an awesome practice here for you today. This is a response to a request
for that beach body yoga. You asked for it,
you’re gonna get it. But we’re gonna go at it
mindfully, really blanket ourselves in self-love,
accept where you are today, get a little heat
going in the body, trim, tone but also make
sure that we’re being really kind to ourselves
and really loving because that’s what matters most, right? That’s where the real
transformation comes from. All right, so hop
into something comfy and let’s get started. (uplifting music) Welcome my friend. Let’s start standing at
the top of your yoga mat, palms pressing together,
heart center anjali mudra. Close your eyes, feel
your feet on the earth. Lift your sternum
to your thumbs. Relax the shoulders down and
begin to notice your breath. (relaxing music) Gently draw the
chin to the chest, draw the head to the heart tuning into this moment,
accepting where you are today. And gently release the
fingertips, lift the chin and inhale,
squeeze shoulders to ears. Exhale, drop them down. Two more, squeeze and
lift as you breathe in. And exhale, relax and down. One more time, squeezing and
then releasing on the exhale. Beautiful. Soften the knees and
when you’re ready, inhale, reach for the sky. Imagine you’re carrying a
big beach ball overhead here, so give yourself lots of space. Inhale, lift the heart. Reach and exhale, bend
the elbows, thumbs back, pinkies forward. Inhale, reach for the sky. And exhale, forward fold. Take your time here. Find what feels good,
clasp the elbows, shake the head
a little side to side. Maybe gently walk the fingertips
to one side then the other. Bend the knees as
generously as you need. And when you’re ready,
release the arms and inhale, draw the palms
all the way up to the tops of the thighs. Loops the shoulders
back and find length from the crown of the head
of the tip of the tailbone. Draw the navel in, inhale. Exhale, fold. Let’s explore that again. Inhale, this time palms to shins. Loop the shoulders back. Draw the navel up
towards the spine. Lengthen through the neck. Breath in and exhale fold. This time, fingers on the earth. We inhale, loop the
shoulders, find the length, kind of an ashtangi version here. And on an exhale, release. One more, this time inhale. Connecting to your center,
lift the heels. Draw the navel inward and
upward, uddiyana bandha, and on an exhale, release. Great job. Inhale, sweep the arms up
and overhead, big stretch. Big stretch. And exhale, bend the elbows. Thumbs back, pinkies forward. Inhale, reach. Exhale, fold. Inhale, lengthen, find that
flat back, your version. Exhale, fold. Plant the palms,
step back to plank. A couple of deep breaths here. Press away from your yoga mat. Keep that length
from crown to tail. Then when you’re ready,
slowly lower the knees down, hug the elbows into
the side body, keep that length as
you slowly lower down. Cobra, inhale to
open your heart. Exhale to release. Inhale to plank, and exhale, navel to spine as you send
it back downward facing dog. Pedal to the feet. And when you’re ready,
drop the left heel and inhale, lift the right leg up high. Take a moment to work it out,
maybe stack the hips, open it. And then here we go,
connecting to our center, we’ll squeeze knee to nose. Inhale, three-legged dog. And exhale, release. Switch sides. Inhale, lift the left leg up high. Take a second,
stack the hips, open up. And we’ll bring it back
and knee to nose. Draw the navel up. Inhale, three-legged dog. And exhale, release, down dog. Deep breath in. Big exhale out
through the mouth. Make your way
to the top, take your time. Move with ease,
move with your breath. Inhale lifts you
up halfway; exhale, fold. Root to rise. Inhale, reach for the sky. And exhale, bending the elbows. Inhale, reach; exhale, fold, finding something new each time. Inhale, halfway lift, your version. Exhale, soften and bow. Plant the palm,
step it back to plank and this time you can
lower the knees or not. Lowering down belly
to cobra or chaturanga to upward facing dog. Move with your breath, find your rhythm,
we’ll meet in down dog. Here we go, inhale, lift
the right leg up high. Exhale, knee to nose. This time,
step the right foot up, lower the back knee down. We’ll find a nice low
lunge here as we pull the right hip crease back and
reach the fingertips up high. Big beach ball over the head. Inhale in, open the chest. And on an exhale,
raining it down. Lift the back knee,
connect to your center. Inhale, open up to a
twist, right fingertips towards the sky, lengthen
through the neck, through the crown. On an exhale, we bring it back. Step the right foot back,
move through a vinyasa, a flow that suits you. Again, work to find your rhythm. We’ll meet in down dog. Here we go, inhale, lift
the left leg up high. Exhale, knee to nose. Step it up, lower the
right knee down and take your time
here, find your footing. Engage the inner thighs,
pull the left hip crease back and inhale, reach it up in
overhead, big beach ball. Lots of space. Inhale, lift your heart, smile. And on an exhale,
rain it down. Plant the right palm. When you’re ready, pull
that left hip crease back. Left fingertips up towards the sky. Breathing deep here. Long, beautiful neck. And exhale, release. Plant the palm, step it back and you go with the flow. In downward dog, take a
deep breath in and exhale, sigh it out. Inhale, look forward. On the exhale,
make your way to the top. Inhale, lift and lengthen. Exhale, soften and bow. Bend the knees, inhale,
reach for the sky. And exhale, thumbs back,
pinkies forward. Inhale, reach;
exhale, forward fold. This time,
bend the knees generously. Pull both hip creases back. Feet are together. And when you’re ready, left
fingertips come right down in front of your gaze and we’re
gonna open right fingertips to the sky. Keep that,
lengthen the crown, inhale. And on an exhale, bring it back, right fingertips replace
the left and inhale as if you were pulling
a bow and arrow back. Reach left fingertips
up towards the sky. Big breath in, you got this. Exhale, back down you go. Forward fold. Inhale, lift and lengthen,
maybe trying lifting the heels, connecting to your center
and then maintain that as you bend the knees and try
to hop it back, Chaturanga. Upward facing dog, downward facing dog. Inhale, lift the
right leg up high. Exhale, right knee
to right tricep. Inhale, three-legged dog; exhale, cross it
over to the left. Inhale, three-legged dog. Last time, exhale, knee to nose. Step your right foot up,
high lunge. Squeeze the inner thighs together, cultivate strength and
when you’re ready, inhale. Reach the fingertips up high,
big beach ball overhead. Pull that right hip crease
back, connect to your center. Inhale, draw the palms together. And exhale,
big twist to the right. Left tricep to the outer edge
of that right thigh bone. Strong in the back leg. You can always
lower the back knee as you grow your practice. Lift it up whenever you’re ready. Option here to open up the arms. Keep length from crown to tail. Awesome. Inhale in, exhale, release. Step the back foot up halfway. Pyramid pose,
straightening both legs, lifting right hip crease
up towards the heavens. Relax the weight of the
head down and breathe deep. Big inhale in, big
exhale, back to your lunge and back to plank. Find your rhythm,
move with your breath. Vinyasa. Downward facing dog. Inhale, lift the left leg up high. Exhale, left knee to left tricep. Inhale, lift it up. Exhale, cross it over. Inhale, last time. Exhale, knee to nose. Step the left foot up, find your foundation, squeeze
the inner thighs together. Bend that right knee a
little bit so you can get your pelvis underneath you. Navel draws in and up. When you’re ready,
reach for the sky. Lots of space. Inhale, open your heart. Exhale, moving into your twist. Outer edge of the right
arm against the outer edge of the left thigh. Lots of length from the
crown all the way to the tail and all the way out
through that right heel. Open up the arms
if you’re ready. If not, be where you are
today, fully present. Inhale in, exhale to release. Great, step that back
foot up, pyramid pose, straightening both legs. Inhale, lengthen. Exhale to fold. Top of the left thigh
bone gently pulls up. Take one more deep breath in. Then use your exhale to slowly
come back to your lunge, back to a strong plank. Then you can take it straight
to downward facing dog or vinyasa. Listen to your body, move with your breath. From down dog, inhale,
look forward, bend the knees. And exhale,
hop or step to the top. Inhale, find the length;
exhale, fold. Inhale, reach for the sky. Exhale, bend the elbows,
open the chest. Inhale, reach. And exhale, fold. Inhale, halfway lift. Lift the heels, draw the belly in then maintain that
connection to your center, uddiyana bandha, as you
release the palms to the ground and practice hopping it
back, chaturanga. charter Inhale, up dog. Exhale, down dog. Here we go,
picking up the pace, giddy up. Inhale, right leg up high. Exhale, right knee
to right elbow. Inhale, exhale, cross it over. Inhale, exhale, knee to nose. Then step it up. Pivot on the back foot,
find your foundation for warrior one. Reaching the fingertips
up whenever you’re ready, big beach ball overhead. Then slowly, we’ll release
the arms, find eagle arms, right arm
underneath the left arm. Inhale, elbows lift. Exhale, bowing forward,
chin to chest, navel draws in. Beautiful, strong
footing as you inhale. Unravel and exhale warrior two. Keep breathing. Inhale, reach right fingertips
forward, up and back. Peaceful warrior. Keep that bend
in the front knee. Exhale, extended side angle. Long neck. Inhale, peaceful warrior. And exhale, all the
way back to your lunge. Really nice work. We’ll pivot on the back foot, and here we go, inhale. Standing splits,
or as I like to call it, standing one legged
forward fold. So think uttanasana
on that front leg. Lift from the left inner thigh. Left toes point down. Keep breathing here. We’re gonna soften
through that left knee, bend that left knee and slowly
lift it up through center. Reach the arms up and overhead, standing one legged
tadasana, you got this. Stay connected to your core. Inhale, and exhale,
release the left foot down. Beautiful. Inhale, reach for the sky. Exhale, bend the elbows. Inhale, reach. Exhale, fold. Inhale, halfway lift,
your version. Exhale, step or hop it back. Move through a vinyasa here
or feel free to take it straight to downward facing dog. Here we go, other side. Moving with the breath, inhale,
lift the left leg up high. Left knee to left elbow. Inhale, reach it up. Exhale, cross it over. Inhale, reach. Exhale, knee to nose. Step the left foot up,
pivot on the back foot. Find your foundation. When you’re ready, reach
the fingertips up high, warrior one, pulling that
left hip crease back. Inhale, open your heart. And exhale, this time left
arm underneath your right, garudasana arms. Inhale, lift the elbows up high. Exhale, draw the navel in,
chin to chest, rounding through the spine. Strong legs here. Inhale. Exhale, unravel, warrior two. Beautiful,
front knee over front ankle. Moving with the breath,
inhale, peaceful warrior, reach fingertips forward,
up and back. Create space. On an exhale,
extended side angle. Maintain that length
from crown to tail. Keep energy in the right inner thigh. Peaceful warrior one more
time, moving with your breath, just nice, long,
smooth, deep breaths. Inhale and exhale, cartwheeling
all the way back down to your lunge, awesome work. Pivot on the back foot,
standing splits whenever you’re ready. Working to keep the
inner thighs engaged, the toes full of energy. Hips are leveled here so
you’re really thinking about bringing your right inner
thigh up towards the sky. Maintain nice control of
the breath, strong focus. Here we go bringing the
right knee in nice and slow, all the way up. Fingertips reach
towards the sky, standing one legged tadasana. Big beach ball overhead. Squeeze right knee up and in
and, on an exhale, release. Inhale, reach, maybe
slight back bend here. And exhale,
hands to heart, namaste. Awesome work, take a moment
here to loop the shoulders, close your eyes, cool it
down, observe your breath. When you’re ready, step
or hop the feet as wide as your yoga mat, and then turn
your toes out left to right so they’re spilling off the map. Inhale, reach for the heavens. And exhale, down you go,
have some fun, keep it light. We’re coming into
our yogic squat. Some love for the hips
here, keep a nice awareness in the head, the neck. Press into all four
corners of the feet, and if the heels don’t
come down, no prob, you can keep them lifted here. Then stay here, or if
you have a crow practice or want to practice vakasana,
now would be a great chance to do that,
bringing the toes together, sending the gaze forward. Your practice thus far has
really prepped you nicely for vakasana, but be sure
to keep your gaze forward, navel drawing up. You can also just
stay in yogic squat. So a little bit of play
time for you to either give some love to the hips or work on your arm balance. When you’re satisfied,
we’ll meet by slowly bringing the fingertips behind
us and coming to sit. When you’re ready,
extend the legs out long, maybe give them a little shake. We’ll bring the right
knee up towards the chest, swing the right
fingertips behind. Check in with the neck. Make sure there’s
no added tension there. Sometimes in the
powerful practice, we can create some
tension in the neck. And then when you’re ready,
just switch to the other side, same little twists. Sit up nice and tall,
check in with the neck. Breath, big breathes all the
way down into your diaphragm, into your belly. Awesome. Then when
you’re ready, release. We’ll bring both knees
up, feet on the ground. Bring the hands behind
the backs of the thighs. Loop the shoulders,
lift your heart, stay there or slowly lift the
shins parallel to the sky. Stay there or reach the
fingertips forward, palms up. Lift your heart,
plug the shoulders back. Here we go, inhale,
reach the fingertips up. Exhale, twist to the right as you extend through the left leg. Inhale, up to center, exhale to the left so palms can
be together, namaste or you can separate
them and pretend like you’re holding Simba. I’m gonna take Simba off
the ledge literally there, have some fun with it. Inhale, up to center. Exhale, you twist. Keep going. Try to maintain
that lift in the heart. This is so great for the core
strength, for the back body. You got it, keep it going. And if you need to back
off a little bit, you can. No worries. Stay present, smile. And here we go,
two more on each side. Now one more in
each side, stick with it. And release. Oh, one of my
favorite yoga poses here, arms resting on the
knees, just bow the head. And when you’re ready,
coming to lie down. Interlace the fingertips, bring them behind
the head and go ahead and extend the thumbs. Begin to give yourself
a little massage there, releasing any tension,
should feel good. When you’re ready, let the
knees fall heavy to the right. If you need more, cross the
right ankle over the top of the left thigh here,
then close your eyes and big breaths to
find some release. And take it to the other
side whenever you’re ready. And again, if you need a
little more, you can cross the left ankle over the
top of the right thigh. Breathe deep. Massaging the back of the neck. And then release. All right, keep the knees
bent, heels on the ground. Inhale, lift the head,
the neck, the shoulders; and then exhale,
lift the shins parallel. Yogi bicycles. Slow and mindful. Right knee to right elbows,
you extend the right leg. And then exhale, twist. Inhale to center; exhale, twist. Inhale to center; exhale, twist. Keep it going. Scoop the tailbone up,
draw the navel down. Try to keep the elbows
wide as you come to center, cultivating strength, you’re
so awesome, so strong. Let’s do two more. And now one more on
each side, you got this. And we rock! Release. Supta baddha konasana,
recline to cobbler’s pose, take your hands to your
belly, give them a little pet. Soles of the feet
come together here, knees nice and wide. Ahhh, then when you’re
ready, bring the left hand to the heart and the right
hand gently to the belly. Awesome work today. Allow your breath to return
to its natural rhythm and take a solid moment
to appreciate your body. When you’re ready, we’ll
release the fingertips to the outer edges of the legs, bringing the knees together. Lift the toes, squeeze. Knees up towards the chest,
give yourself a big hug. Then bring the palms to the
knees and reach the toes towards the front edge. Should feel really
good in the back body. And then whenever you’re
ready, roll it up. On an inhale, squeeze,
shoulders to ears. And exhale, drop them down. Inhale, squeeze and lift. Exhale, let it go. Last one, big squeeze. And exhale, release. Just take a quick moment
here to close your eyes and experience stillness. Once again, give thanks
for this moment. And gently bat
the eyelashes open. Inhale, lots of love in. And exhale, lots of love out. (light music)


  1. Thank you so much, Adriene. Truly and honestly.

    I'm going on a boat trip soon (where swimming will be involved) and I'm a bit nervous about it. I haven't entered a body of water in over 10 years because of.. well, various reasons — one of them being that I have long felt very uncomfortable at the idea of stripping down to a swimsuit and showing my body to people.

    But after doing yoga and following along with your videos, I actually feel so much better about my body. Objectively speaking, I don't look that much different to how I used to. But I just… feel differently about myself. This might sound weird, but yoga has helped me really get acquainted with my body. I can't believe I was walking around for so long and I never really even looked properly at myself, I never touched myself (heyo) or moved myself in the way yoga encourages us to do. Even just the simple act of opening up my chest and taking a deep breath in was something new to me one year ago. And somehow it makes a world of difference. I'm human, we're all human, and it's beautiful!

    So even though I'm still a bit nervous about going on this trip, the fact that I'm going at all (and shopping for a swimsuit this week) is really a testament to what yoga can do. And I dunno, maybe I'm kind of looking forward to it. I used to love the ocean as a kid. I hope I can rediscover that "childlike joy", as you often encourage us to do!

    Thank you again Adriene. Much love! Namaste.

  2. ACT day 9

    Nice different format, and amazing session today. I thought balancing ocean flow is an indicator to a gentle practice, the little core exercises had me off guard lmao.


    #ywaACT #FWFG

  3. Day 98 done!
    This one was tough, I think I should have attempted this earlier in the day rather than right before bed πŸ€¦πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

  4. Finally feeling alive!

  5. Damn, that was good! TY!!

  6. Another wowza routine! Appreciation for the great camera work and beautiful beach views.

  7. Hey Adriene! It’s as if you’re reading my mind πŸ™‚ We’re going on a beach trip in two days! It’s awesome that I found this next in the ACT playlist πŸ™‚ Thanks once again for this beautiful practice. πŸ™‚

  8. This was so amazing! The ocean is so calming!

  9. Wow! Try this practice following the Yoga with Tim tutorial 'Secret to activate your core in all yoga poses' . It's the perfect complement to really feel your way into these poses, but boy was it a workout! I was able to use my core and do "jump back into plank" for the first time ever and I've been practicing with Adriene's channel from the beginning!

  10. Great practice, I really need to get my nostrils in order like for no reason they just feel stuffy, maybe it's my sinus but I enjoyed this practice , mot to say I didn't get challenges because I did but I stuck with it and kept going so thank you for teaching me that Adriene.
    Hope everyone had a great practice today, love you guys Namaste Everyone πŸ’•πŸ’žπŸ’—πŸ’–πŸ’“πŸ™πŸ™

  11. I love this! April 2019 ACT day 9. Where is this location?

  12. 9/9 for April! I was thisclose to not getting on my mat today, or at least to doing the practice half-assed. I am SO glad I got on the mat and gave it what I had! I didn't skip any pose and I actually did some poses better than I ever have before. Feeling good about myself tonight, thank you!

  13. I can't believe that little beauty has escaped me until today. Crikey, I certainly got a sweat (glow) on. Thanks Adriene. xx

  14. First time I do this video and WOW. It was just perfect for today… peaceful but strong…exactly what I needed to succeed on my yearly goal (one day at a time): to find balance in my life. Thank you so much Adriene!

  15. Love, love, love!πŸ’˜

  16. That was great! Namaste πŸ™‚

  17. I really enjoyed this practice. Will do it again on a regular base. Thanks.

  18. i loved the active flow with this one…and the gorgeous ocean view. I am in the midwest, land-locked, and spring is slowly coming. This practice was so refreshing! Thanks!

  19. Thanks Adriene. We had a loss yesterday when Mum passed. I found you a few months ago with True, the Revolution and now Act. Oddly (or not) Day 7 was 'Grief'. Today, a day behind, was 'Ocean Flow'. Mum loved the ocean, as do I.
    So I guess I'm rambling a bit now and certainly you've heard these sentiments before, but I'm so glad I found you, even though you are quite far away, I get to spend some time with you every day. It's sort of like she gave me everything I needed and you make sure to remind me. Much love from Vancouver BC.

  20. A lot of fire! X

  21. Hi community, does Adriene have any more 'intermediate' practices like this one? I really enjoyed it and hoping to find similar videos on Adriene's channel. Thank you and Namaste!

  22. This was magical <3 Love it! Thank you πŸ™‚ Namaste xo

  23. I think this is my favourite video from you that I've come across. Thank you for this lovely practice <3

  24. Thank you. A struggle but I did it!!

  25. Possibly one of my favourite practices Adrienne. Beautiful πŸ₯°

  26. Wow, this really wasn't for me. The pace seemed quicker than usual so I just found myself struggling to keep up and feeling all stressed an panicky when I couldn't keep up. Of course that says all about me and my process but still, I feel so frustrated now, gonna do another one just to get calm haha.

  27. Now i really really want to go to the beach, but alas i live in the desert. I just wanted to say i've been doing yoga with you consistently since October 2018 and it's helped me learn to manage and battle my negative thoughts as well as better manage my PMDD. It's been a nightmare trying to get it under control, it's deeply affected my health, marriage, sanity and finances trying to deal with it. Also yoga has taught me to listen to the things i get upset about during PMDD episodes, all the things i'm typically upset up about around menstruation are things i'm actually upset about in my daily life so yoga taught me to listen and to acknowledge those feelings and start to do more to address what i was actually feeling that was never being addressed before. I learned it's not about getting other people to listen to me and my needs but to learn that i can give that to myself and it's hard as an adult, at 18 we're trusted to parent ourselves but truth is we don't even really know how to listen to our own minds or bodies much less use our mind in a way that it's simply a tool that can learn anything. I love yoga, life also hit us like a ton of bricks, due to other health we stopped believing as well as doctor proof that we couldn't have children and now we're pregnant and it's been a roller coaster and we only found out 2 weeks ago. I had gotten out of whack with my routine lately and really needed to do something for myself, i love the ocean and this one popped up today and i'm so glad i did it. Life just gets hard sometimes and it's funny i've been begging the universe for change because i feel my life is stagnant and not going anywhere and was hoping change would come in the form of money (which i did actually land a new job the other day, doesn't pay much but i really like it so far, I never thought i'd be looking for work while barely finding out i was pregnant, I was so worried i'd already failed my kid). But the universe shocked me to the core when the change came in the form of a positive pregnancy test, after throwing so many negative ones in the trash and feeling like my body was failing me we decided to give up nearly a year ago and here we are. I'm so glad i've stayed in shape, i plan to keep staying fit during pregnancy and i'm deeply hoping yoga and exercise will help allow me to have this child naturally at home with a midwife. HERE'S HOPING!!! Thanks Adriene.

  28. Love it 😍

  29. This has to be one of my favourites! Love a good flow

  30. Wow! WoW! Wow! Amazing flowπŸ™πŸ»πŸ’—πŸŒŸπŸ’«βœ¨

  31. Hadnt felt too good the past couple days.. this was a perfect get back into it!

  32. What a wonderful time.
    thank you

  33. Day 98πŸ”₯πŸ™πŸΎπŸ”₯ The view and the practice are just something else .This is the perfect practice 😍definitely going to repeat it again.

  34. such a beautiful practice

  35. Just love this one when I went something short but I want to sweat. Namaste sweet Adriene <3

  36. Love this kick butt yoga today! Thank you Adriene for keeping me at my very best <3

  37. So amazing series of postures, but cameramen makes me feel seasick!^^

  38. The beachfront is so relaxing! loooove this class!

  39. Happy teachers day Adriene!

  40. Loved this, feeling did much more connected to myself – much needed after a restless sleep, and getting ready for a talk this morning. β˜€πŸ™πŸ˜š

  41. This was EXCELLENT!!!!! Semi orgasmic!!! πŸ€ŸπŸΎπŸ€™πŸΎ

  42. This is my absolute favourite yoga with Adriene video thank you! Any chance of a similar paced one for an hour? Thank you.

  43. One of my favorite yoga videos!! Thank you so so so much!

  44. Thank you Adriene for sharing your light, I enjoyed this flow so much!

  45. This is one of my favorites. Love it every time β€οΈπŸ™πŸΌπŸ§˜πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ

  46. honestly don't know why i workout with any other yoga teacher, adriene you have a way of making these videos challenging yet approachable in a way that i feel proud of what my body can do, i meet my edge without hurting myself and i feel good about myself throughout because of your words of wisdom.
    so happy i can practice with you by far best yoga teacher i've ever had (and i've had a lot)

  47. No matter where you are the matter where you were at Mama say mama say Adriene And Benji full power and going even stronger Love alwaysπŸŒΉπŸŒΉπŸ§˜β€β™‚οΈ

  48. Adriene, a huge THANK YOU for allowing me to practice. I wish there was accountability for yoga attendance, because every time I practice, I feel closer to healing from my β€œhopeless” health conditions. Namaste

  49. My first time doing this one. I got nice and sweaty and I feel restored.

  50. Thanks for another great yoga practice Adrienne! Have a blessed and AAAAAwesome day!! πŸ˜‰

  51. i just LOVE this flow. Have done it several times before and it is my favorite. Can you do another flow like this one? Short and sweet and to the point with total body workout…… I like the speed. You can always pause it if you need to!

  52. Thank you so much Adriene. It's been 5 days I have a terrible ache on my right shoulder. I feared I couldn't practice. Surprisingly my shoulder didn't get disturbed throughout the whole practice, on the contrary feels better. I'm very grateful to have found you… It's been 6 years + together, since I got pregnant to my first daughter.. πŸ’ž πŸ™

  53. Amazing, I really got into the flow!

  54. Just perfect πŸ’“

  55. Thank you so much for this practice Adriene. I returned to it today after feeling anxious beyond my own control. After a little sweat and balancing ocean flow I can already feel mass improvement. Thank you for making these practices available to all and for creating a positive yogi community. <3

  56. from all the beautiful flows on your channel, this is my all-time nr1. It's tough, but not too much, it makes me sweat EVERY single time and it soothes me as much as one of your calming practices would. love love love. thank you <3

  57. Thank you for sharing the refreshing practice. I found the calm background music to be a nice touch in contrast to the challenging (for me at least) flow.

  58. I love this flow so much. I come back to it regularly. Please do more flows like this πŸ˜€ namaste <3

  59. Wow! Loved this one! Thank you! <3

  60. It's fun because when I start yoga, my cat is ready to watch it. She likes.πŸ˜‰ It was a invigorating practice, yes and with the ocean. I loved it! Divine energy circulates freely throughout our whole being. You feel strong after. I agree, I think I could never do Bakāsana even if I tried. My balance is not good for. Anyway, thank you.

  61. Again with the advertising disturbing my flow

  62. Wow this has got to be one of my faves

  63. Hey Adriene, a little question: I can't keep up with the tempo! Do I have to make my breath more active and short? Thanx. Karine from the Netherlands.

  64. Thank you Adriene.
    Happy Saturday 😘😊❀️

  65. i really really liked this!! this is officially one of my favourite yoga vids πŸ’—

  66. Able to do most of the flow (all minus last part) before I needed stop! I continued moving, doing some gentle supine stretches then picking up with the seated sequences. I am encouraged as I missed out most of the flows in July and August calendars, because the energy just wasn't there. Thank you Adriene xx Namaste πŸ’ŸπŸ’Ÿ

  67. Awesome flowing toning practice for Monday morning …. wow that did it for me, feeling strong, Day7 of Explore, excellent πŸ§˜πŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸ§˜πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ™πŸ’ž

  68. Amazing flow! My favorite ❀️

  69. This is such a great combination of gentle, yet getting a little toning in! Also the backdrop- love! I adore the beach vibesπŸ’• Thanks for a wonderful practice to start my day Adriene!

  70. Love this πŸ§˜πŸΌβ€β™€οΈflow, one of my favourites ❀️thank you so much Adriene xx

  71. The scenery!!! Loved this one for many reasons including the beach! Day 7 of the October calendar #ywaEXPLORE (Day 37 of consecutive yoga) thank you so much ~ Namaste

  72. Loved the view to this video and what a great practice πŸ™πŸΌ

  73. Thanks happy Monday

  74. Bring balance in every thing and your mind, body, and soul will thank you for it 😌✨ Thank you so much Adriene and namaste πŸ™πŸ»πŸ’—

  75. Ahhh, Jai Namaste πŸ™πŸ½

  76. A bit quick, requiring me to pause and catch up a few times. But a great full body stretch and just challenging enough to warm me up! Thank you, Adriene, love your show!!

  77. Just what I needed on a rainy day πŸ’•πŸ’•

  78. What a way to start a Monday! Thanks, Adriene βœŒπŸΌπŸ’šπŸ™πŸΌ

  79. Loved this practice, the quick pace really connected to me and helped me to focus better on my breath. I felt my mind didn’t have time to start drifting and I fully focused on my breath and being in the moment! This is a wonderful session. Thank you Adrienne x

  80. I held the crow pose for the first time in my life! I felt so focuses during this practice! I'm so thankful to you Adrienne and you all practicing all around the globe, we're all connected πŸ™


    Wow amazing view, love the different setting .
    I can never get enough from meditating at the sight of the waves gently washing through the beach. The sun, the smell of the beach. The sand. Lovely!



  82. A little of exploratory crow pose for day 6 of October’s calendar! Good yogi squat but not so much crow πŸ’β€β™€οΈ

  83. Wow that was so fast – I double checked if i had the speed at 1.25x or something but no it was normal speed. If i would do it again I would definitely take it to 0.75x

  84. Everytime this practice came on, It throws me off balance but its okay I just did it slowly even if my mind is frantically wants to keep up. I just keep breathing and do what I can. #Explore

  85. One of my fast favs. Thank you!

  86. My crow is getting better every time!! It seemed so impossible before

  87. wow, i need a shower after this one. felt amazing tho

  88. So I always imagined that Texas was landlocked but looked it up and there are lots of beaches so exercised mind and body today. I’d be interested to know where you filmed this if you see this post. X

  89. Gratitude πŸ™πŸΎ

  90. Swift and sweaty.

  91. Beautiful!

  92. Wow! That practise had me shooketh to the core! It was quite fast so I definitely stumbled more than usual. But at the end, I felt so good! Like I passed another level. Woo! It was pure magic when I lifted my knee up from the one legged fold without falling! It felt so natural! Thank you, Adriene! I'm starting my day pumped. <3

  93. Oh also, this month's focus on Crow is perfect for Halloween hehehe. So well-thought-out!

  94. Getting back into my yoga practice: This one showed me how wobbly I've become, and what a difference daily practice makes to maintaining good balance. Will stick with it and get back up to speed. Thanks, Adriene and crew!

  95. This caught me on a rough day, but man, your smile throughout the whole video is so encouraging.

  96. Thank you for the amazing practice. I feel soooo light, flowing πŸ˜ŠπŸ™β€οΈπŸŒŸ Namaste

  97. Squeezed in this one that I missed and yup after yesterday's 4 practices I feel like I'm just getting my butt kicked but feel great over all cause my body has a lot more space and that I'm so grateful for so thank u Adriene much love now it's one to today's rose yoga practice , Namaste Everybody πŸ’•πŸ’žπŸ’“πŸ’—πŸ’–β€πŸ™

  98. I love you with all my heart Adriene and my buddy Benji love always amen

  99. God it was sweaty

  100. Beautiful graceful swan xxx

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