Day 1 – Ease Into It – 30 Days of Yoga

What’s up, everyone? Welcome to 30 Days of
Yoga with Adriene. I’m Adriene, and I’m super excited. It’s day one, y’all. Let’s get started. All right, my friends. Today, we’re going
to begin in a nice, comfortable, seated posture, sudassana, with one foot in front of the other.
So just to stay on the same page, let’s draw the left heel in towards your center, and
then the right leg comes in to follow. You can use a blanket or a block or a pillow.
Even a book sometimes is nice to lift the hips up, if you feel like you’re getting trapped
in this Mr. Burns posture here. So take a quick second to get settled in in
a nice comfortable seat, one foot in front of the other. Make sure everything’s situated,
and then when you’re ready, sit up nice and tall. See if you can align your head over
your heart, your heart over your pelvis. You might take your fingers and touch your
booty and move the fleshy part of the buttocks aside. You might fix your hair here. Just
do all those little things, so that we can come to a nice, still place as we begin our
challenge. Nice and slow, settling in, easing into it, and really choosing to stay present.
So I like to call it getting your money’s worth. So we’re going to get a workout. We’re going to commit to 30 days of practice
together. We’re going to stretch the body, tone the muscles, deepen the breath. But beyond
that, we’re going to listen. We’re really going to use this opportunity to come into
a different type of presence, maybe learn something new about yourself. So today’s practice is focused on that. So
you sit up nice and tall. Take a second to close the eyes, relax your shoulders down,
and just notice how you feel. Notice, perhaps, the tendency to want to move quickly to the
next thing. We got 30 days. We can take it nice and slow and really set ourselves up
for a nice experience that feels good. Bring your awareness or your attention to
your breath and just notice it. You might begin to deepen the breath, play with it here,
seeing if you can extend the inhale, make it a little bit longer, and extend the exhale. Stick with your breath as we begin to move
the body and shape-shift in and out of different poses. Remember, the breath is energy. You
send breath to the tight places. Use the tool of your pranayama or your breath to stay focused
and really be honest with yourself about how you feel each day and each time you come to
the mat. Oh, and also, let’s have some fun. Dropping the chin to the chest, we’ll begin
to draw circles with the nose, one way and then the other, and then reversing your circle.
Back and forth, kind of dropping into this moment for yourself. Then we’ll bring the
head back to center stillness and draw the palms together at the heart. Deep breath in
as you lift the sternum up, thumbs, hearts coming together. You only have one heart,
I guess, heart. We’ll take a deep, deep breath in through
the nose here. This time, go ahead and let it out through the mouth, exhale. Again, just
like that, deep breath in thorough the nostrils. Sit up nice and tall and exhale out through
the mouth. Make some noise. Now we’ll interlace the fingertips. Keep breathing
deep as you press the palms forward, shoulders relaxed, drop down, and then we send the palms
up and back. Nice and easy organic movement here. The knees are going to want to fly up,
and we’re gonna ground down through the tops of the thighs, committing to a full body experience
as you lift and lengthen up through the side body and keep playing with your breath. We teeter-totter back and forth here. Stretch
it out. Notice that the shoulders are starting to rise up. See if you can keep the shoulders
relaxed, heart lifted. Arms may begin to get tired here, especially if you’re new to the
practice. Stick with it. Find ease. Use your breath to keep it together. Just kidding. Inhale, back to center we go. This time, carve
a line with your nose all the way up. So rather than just looking up, kind of crunching the
back of the neck, just really mindful activity as we carve a line with the nose. Look up.
One more breath here, and then on an exhale, we break free. Fingertips rain down. Awesome. Plant the left palm into the earth. Inhale,
reach right fingertips up and over side body stretch. Again, work on creating a full body
experience as we ease into the practice. So for me, that means really paying attention
to, yes, the side body stretch, but also grounding down through the legs and maintaining that
extension through the crown. You might find a little pulse here. You might spiral your
heart up towards the sky. Make it your own here. Deep breath in. Then exhale swiftly up and
through center, and we take it to the other side. Right palm to the earth. Left fingertips
reach up and over. Same thing. Stretch it out. Ease into it. Great. One more breath
here. You might spiral your heart up towards the sky, and then on an exhale, we bring it
back to center. From here, we’re going to walk the fingertips
behind us. I’m gonna turn to the side so you can see this. Walking them behind, pinkies
might come close or, again, if the shoulders are really tight, give yourself some space.
You can keep it nice and easy today. So I walk the fingertips back. We sit up nice
and tall. Imagine lifting up through the armpit, chest here. So we’re lifting up through this
area of the body and opening the heart, the chest. Close your eyes. Find your breath. When you get bored, or your mind begins to
wander, come back to that sweet inhale. Exhale out through the mouth whenever you need to
let go a little bit or find a little inspiration. Then slowly we’ll soften through the elbows
and walk the fingertips all the way around and forward. So nice and easy, we walk the
palms forward. To each his own here. So you might end up here on the palms, really pressing
the sit bones into the earth again. Full body experience, really expanding the awareness
throughout the legs, the hips, making sure I’m still mindful of the shoulders. For me,
that awareness is really an act of self love. I’m considering all parts. Hey-o! First hey-o
of the challenge. Okay. So you might stay up here on your palms.
You might already be way past me and on the forearms. If not, this gives you something
to look forward to. No worries, just be here in the moment. Another option is to maybe
send the fingertips all the way out and begin to relax the weight of the head over. You might find a soft sway back and forth.
And again, the sit bones are going to want to roll up here to compensate. See if you
can stay grounded. Maybe a forehead underneath a block . . . Hello. A block underneath the
forehead. Maybe even we bubblegum the fists here for a little support. Breathe into your right hip. Find that breath.
Then press into the sit bones. Press up into your palms. We’re going to walk the fingertips,
spider fingers, as we say in kids yoga, over towards the right. Don’t crank it. Keep it
easy. Remember, find ease as we ease into the practice. I brush away dog hair. So professional. Deep breath in here. Keep a nice extension
through the crown, breathing into the left side body, pressing the sit bones back. Then
we walk it through center and take it to the left. Same thing. So again, those hips are
going to want to come up. We stay pressing into the sit bones, shoulders relaxed, really
mindful through the neck. Deep breath in. Follow your exhale as you
unravel back to center, and then we’re going to switch the legs here. So right heel comes
in, left leg comes out. We draw the palms together at the heart. Once again, inhale,
sternum to thumbs. Exhale. Relax the elbows down. Just notice how your legs feel sometimes.
This side can be a little bit different, feel a little foreign. We’ll interlace the fingertips. Sit up nice
and tall. Press the palms. Actually let’s interlace the opposite direction this time,
so opposite thumb on top, a little yoga for the brain as we begin. We press the palms.
Oh, yeah, that feels weird. Forward, up, and back once again. And same thing, just a little organic movement.
Yes, to stretch the side body. Yes, to bring awareness into the spine, but really to set
the tone for our practice and our challenge that you’re in charge. It’s more than modifying
up or down. It’s really about listening, being present, easing into it, being honest. Also,
it gives you the freedom to move how you want to move. Find what feels good. Inhale. Carve
a line with your nose. Look up and exhale. Rain it down. Great. This time, we walk the fingertips together
just like before. This time, we’re going to inhale, lift the heart, and exhale. Draw a
line with the nose past the right shoulder. If you’ve practiced with me before, you know
I love this move. Imagine receiving a little kiss on the neck. This is a little hygiene
for the neck and shoulders. So it might seem like you’re not doing a lot,
but we’re drawing the shoulder blades down. We’re opening the chest, lifting up through
the ribcage, and keeping an extension in the crown of the head. Breathe into the left side
of the neck. Then on an exhale, this should feel really yummy, as you drop the chin into
the chest, breathe into the back of the neck. Oh, yeah. Then take it to the other side. So we find a softness here, even in this shape.
We relax the shoulders down. Imagine someone kissing you on this side of your neck. It’s
getting steamy in here already. Inhale in, extend, extend, and exhale chin-to-chest for
one more breath. This time, you can really draw your nose to your navel. Then we lift
up through the crown of the head. Take a deep breath in. Smile or turn on that inner smile.
Then we release, walking the fingertips forward, same thing. Palms come to the earth and feel this hip
out. So you might find a gentle sway. Again, coming onto the forearms might be an option
or maybe all the way down, breathing into the outer edge of that left hip, noticing
how the sit bones want to peel up, and the pelvis wants to rock, but we keep it grounded
and strong. Couple more breaths here. Nice, strong awareness throughout the whole body. You press into the palms to slowly release
and come up. This time, we’re going to take the fingertips, spider fingers all the way
to the left. So again, there is a tendency to want to crank here and do the yoga pose,
and I just ask you, invite you to ease up. We have 30 days. This is our first day. We’re
going to stretch it out, take a little stock, get settled in. So nice, gentle twists to
the left, and then we’ll release, take it through center and take it to the right. Breathe
nice, long, smooth, deep breaths. Then gently release back to center. Also, flip your palms up, sit up nice and
tall. Take a look at your hands. Spread them wide. We’re going to commit to a nice, strong
awareness through the hands as we come forward and up into tabletop position. So take this
focus of the hands with you as we come gently onto all fours. So we draw the wrists underneath the shoulders,
my friends, knees directly underneath the hips. Press into the tops of the feet. Take
that focus of the hands with you as you press away from your mat. So fingers are going to
want to do what they naturally do, and we’re going to really expand awareness, building
a strong foundation here on day one. We press away from the earth. Draw the navel
up towards the spine. Relax your shoulders, draw them away from the ears. So really mindful
in the head and neck. Tendency here is for the neck to kind of collapse, but remember,
the neck is a nice, long, beautiful extension of your spine. Cool. Take a deep breath in here. Press onto the
tops of the feet. Don’t panic. We’re going to lift the knees, let them hover just for
a second here. I like to do this one to just bring a little kick-start to our challenge,
but also to light a fire in the belly. Also, when we lift the knees here, we can really
tell if we’re collapsing in other places. So find that integrity. One more breath here. You might experience
a little shake, a little tremble. That’s prana, the energy moving, definitely a transformative
energy there. So one more breath, and then we release. Cat cow never looked so good. Loop the shoulders, drop the belly. Inhale.
Heart radiates forward. On the exhale, I start at the tailbone, turn it under, curl it under
as I rotate the hip points. Find the surrounding of the spine and release the crown of the
head to the earth. Inhale. Keep it nice and slow today. Dropping the belly, tailbone lifts
up, heart opens out. Moving with the breath, exhale, curing the
tailbone in, traveling up the spine until the crown of the head releases, moving at
your own pace here with your breath, doing a little energetic hygiene, getting the circulation
going. A little spinal flex. Even if we just did cat cow every day for 30 days, we’d be
rocking and rolling. So we begin to veer off the beaten path here
if you haven’t already, shaking the hips a little left to right, just kind of coming
off those railroad tracks, lingering in any place that feels tight or sore. Might get
a little freaky on me and even come forward. Whoa. This is where we just begin to let loose.
Awesome. Then we’ll come back to that tabletop position
and drop the elbows where the palms are. And again, stay aware of the hands here. Fingers
are going to want to come in or go out, especially if the shoulders are tight. So see if you
can keep two railroad track lines here. Pressing the elbows in to the earth, we walk
the knees back and melt the heart. Heart to earth pose, anahata assen. One of my favorites.
If the forehead comes to the earth, let it. Let the pelvis rock up towards the sky. Hey-o.
The sit bones shine, spread left to right. We take five nice, long, deep breaths here. Notice if the toes are coming in or going
out. See if you can keep that full body awareness rocking and rolling. Belly can soften here.
Inhale. Fill the back body with air. On an exhale, release your heart. Super awesome
for the shoulders. Let’s take one more breath here. Then to transition, I’m going to press into
all 10 fingerprints, all 10 knuckles, press into my elbows and slowly slide on through
to the belly. Oh, yeah. Press into the elbows. They’re right underneath the shoulders still.
Steel. Texas. Still. I press into the pubic bone, press into the tops of the feet, and
I grow nice and tall here in a little sphinx pose. So if you have to do some adjusting to find
length on the side body or in the spine, please do. Self adjustments are the best. We breathe
here. Again, notice if you’ve lost awareness in the wrists and hands. Keep that awareness.
Press away from your mat with your elbows, almost as if you’re trying to tear your yoga
mat in half with your elbows. One more breath. We inhale in and exhale, slowly release. All right. This time, palms are going to come
underneath the shoulders. We curl the toes under, and you know where I’m headed. Right?
Downward -acing dog. So there’s two options here. You can come to all fours first and
then peel up through the tail, or there’s always the option from this posture to come
straight to plank. So you can cool it, or you can heat it. We always have options here
together. We’ll meet in our first downward facing dog of the challenge. Pedal it out. Check in with your feetsies. Bend the knees,
and then don’t forget that awareness of the palms, of the hands, spreading wide. We’ll
take three more breaths here. So notice if you’re just kind of holding, waiting, like
onto the next thing. Try to enjoy your practice. Breathe. Stretch it out. I shouldn’t say try
to enjoy your practice. How about we say just enjoy your practice. Now we’re going to go for a slow walk up towards
the front edge. Take your time. Again, resist the urge to just task master here. We’re going
to slowly walk up towards the front. Together, we’ll meet at the head of the mat in a nice
forward fold. So to each his own here. You might walk the fingertips to one side and
then the other. If you’re feeling a little tight in the head
and neck, you might shake the head yes and no. Pay attention to your feet. Toes are pointing
forward, feet are hip-width apart here to start. You might clasp the elbows and rock
gently, left to right. So again, setting the tone for our practice and really the tone
for the challenge that you’re in charge. I encourage you to improvise, to keep searching
and exploring. Try to avoid just being the yoga challenge robot here, but really be yourself
and listen to your body. When you feel satisfied, we’ll release the
arms. Press into the feet, nice and strong. Bend the knees generously as you tuck the
chin into the chest, and we begin to roll it up, nice and slow. Take your time. Enjoy
every move, every moment. This is our time that we’ve taken for ourself. So might as
well relish.R Relish. Loop the shoulders forward, up, and back when
you arrive. So same thing here, when you get settled in, try not to fidget with the feet
too much, but keep that connection to the earth. Loop the shoulders, draw a couple circles
with the nose, work out the kinks. Oh, yeah. So we continue to deepen the breath. The more
we move the body, the more we synchronize the breath. Inhale. Draw the palms to your
heart. Lift your sternum up to your thumbs. Lift the kneecaps. Draw energy up from the
arches of the feet. This is our tanasana, our mountain pose here. So we stand up nice
and tall. We extend through the crown. We find this upward current of energy through
the front body. It’s like, “Aaaah.” Then we find this sweet and almost humble grounding
through the back body. Just balance it out. Then once again, just as we did before, we’re
going to interlace. Notice which thumb’s on top as we press the palms forward, up, and
back. Again, upward current of energy through the front, nice grounding through the back
body. So we press into the heels. We tuck the pelvis in, shoulder blades in, together,
and down. If you want, if you need a little more side body lift, we can stretch it out
here a couple breaths. Otherwise, we’re holding, nice and slow, steady breath. Carve a line with your nose. Slowly look up.
Take a deep breath in. Press into your thumbs. Up, up, up. Then exhale. Break free. Fingertips
interlace behind the tailbone. See if you can put the opposite thumb on top. It’s a
little yoga for the brain. Sometimes it can throw you for a loop, but we’ll get the hang
of it. Then we draw the knuckles down and away as
we open up through the chest. This is awesome if you work at a computer or, again, you’re
a little stressed out in the shoulders. Deep breath in. Long breath out. Inhale in and
exhale. We break free. Inhale. Reach the arms up. Full body stretch. Exhale. Palms come
together as we bend the knees and take it on down through the midline. Forward fold. From here, we inhale. Lift to a flat back
position. Palms on the tops of the thighs or the shins or fingertips on the mat. So
we have three different levels here. You can peek at the video here to see what this looks
like, because we’re going to come up to them many times in our 30-day challenge. We have one, two, and a soft bend in the knees
here for three. So you can mix and match for this flat back position, bringing lots of
integrity into the spine. Wherever you are, take a deep breath in. Inflate and exhale.
Use your breath to release it back down. Cool. Fingertips come to the mat. We walk the feet
together, and we slide the right toes back into a low lunge, runner’s lunge. So again,
we’re easing into the practice today. We’re also trying to find ease with each breath.
So if you’re feeling tight in a certain place, see if you can work a little energy into that
place. So for me, it’s the front of my right hip
crease. Stretching. I’m pulling my left hip crease back. You might lower the back knee
as I have here for a couple breaths. You might even find a rocking motion. So just a little
play time here in low lunge or runner’s lunge. Notice if you’re crashing into your fingertips.
See if you can keep it light and easy. Then from here, we’ll plant the palms, slide
the left toes back to meet the right. We come into our first plank, or maybe our second,
of our challenge. We begin to find a little movement here, staying soft and easy, really
using the breath to stay focused. So the mind wants to give up in a plank usually a lot
faster than the muscles do. So just stick with it here. One more breath in. As you exhale
out, we’ll lower the knees, hug the elbows into the side body. You can always stay lifted in that push-up
position as we slowly lower down. Elbows pull back. We come to the belly. Release the legs,
inhale, and lift up. [inaudible:00:24:46] or cobra. Find your breath and then exhale.
We release. The transition I mentioned before, you can
curl the toes up here, come to all fours, then send it up to downward facing dog. Or
for more heat, press back up into that plank position, then anchor navel to spine as you
send it back. Awesome, my friends. Take a deep breath in
here in downward dog, and a deep breath out. Awesome. Now we’re going to step the right
foot up. Come into our runner’s lunge. Same thing here. A little play time. A little exploration
as we ease in, stretching that left hip crease, pulling the right hip crease back. Find a
little organic movement. Stay mindful. Listen to your body. Then if the back knee is lifted, we’ll lift
it . . . Excuse me. If the back knee is lowered, we’ll lift it back up. Take a deep breath
in. Let your heart radiate forward. So we kind of come out of the turtle shell here.
Inhale. On an exhale, softly rock that back foot up to meet the front. So you can take
as many steps as you need. It doesn’t have to be this big move. We find our forward fold. Inhale. Halfway
lift, your version. Mix and match. Exhale. Slide it down. Now inhale. Reach the fingertips
left to right. Press into your feet, and we’re going to reach all the way up towards the
sky. Full body stretch here as we press into all four corners of the feet. Lift the kneecaps.
On an exhale, we bring the hands back to the heart. Awesome. Soft, buoyant in the knees. We inhale. Reach
it up. Full body stretch. Exhale. Hands come down through the midline. Inhale. Halfway
lift. Long, beautiful neck. Exhale. Slide it down. Step the right toes back. Come to
your runner’s lunge. This time, we inhale. Open the heart and chest. You might come up
off the fingertips here, just to check in with your core. Squeeze the inner thighs to
the midline, or you might stay on your fingertips. Then on an exhale, plant the palms. Slide
the left toes back to plank. Repeat the same move that we did before lowering
the knees, or this time, you might shift your weight forward, hug your elbows into your
side body, and slowly lower down. This time, we can either lift up to cobra, or we can
slide up through into upward-facing dog. So lots of options here as we explore our day
one of vinyasa. Navel to spine, we send it back, downward
facing dog. Deep breath in and deep breath out. Step the right foot up, runner’s lunge.
Same thing here. We inhale. Find the lightness in the fingertips. You might even lift the
fingertips up off the ground. Take a deep breath in. Front knee’s stacked over front
ankle. Exhale, release. This time, instead of rocking the back foot up to meet the front,
we’re going to bring the right toes back to meet the left. One more time, practicing here with the knees
lowered, or we shift our weight forward, hug the elbows into the side body, and chaturanga
to up-dog. So we have lots of options here. Inhale. Find your heart opener. Then exhale.
We’ll lower the knees and send the sit bones back. Child’s pose. Nice work, my friends. Find
your breath. You might rock a little side to side here, stimulating that third eye,
that point of intuition. We’ll take a second here to connect to our intentions. Connect
to your intention of the challenge, why you’re committed to the 30-day practice, why you’re
here. You might draw the palms together here. Walk
the elbows forward and bring them up overhead, kind of like a little Namaste shark fin. So
articulating your intention here for your practice, relaxing the shoulders, reconnecting
to the sound of your breath. Then slowly we’ll release the fingertips back
down. Draw the heart up, back to all fours. Then we’re going to cross the left ankle over
the right here and very gently. You can use your hands to guide you. Come through into
a nice seated posture. I’m going to center myself on my mat, and you can too. Drawing the palms behind the knees, I’m going
to inhale in. On an exhale, lift your feet. So we’re not going into any certain kind of
boat pose here today. We’re just kind of easing into this core strength and tapping into this
full body connection. So you might rotate your ankles one way and then the other. Also, it is not cheating to hold your legs
up here. I think that’s so silly. You can hold a good amount. Look, my arm muscles are
working here. See? It’s good. So we’re not going into you know a boat pose here. We’re
really slowly taking every little intrinsic muscle along for our 30-day yoga ride and
beyond. Okay. So we’re here. We can also, if this
is a little too much for you right away, can keep the big toes on the ground. But everyone,
lift your heart. See if you can grow taller up through the sternum. Then maybe you keep
your hands here, or maybe you reach your fingertips forward. We’re going to take a couple breaths
here. Just notice where your mind goes, like if you’re like [grunts], or if you can find
a little ease. Maybe turn the palms up, soften through the
toes. Belly’s working here, but so is the back body. I’m lifting my heart. So I’m not
really collapsing here, but keeping it lifted. Let’s do one more deep breath in, and exhale.
Hands come back to the thighs. Then this is a fun move. We rock it back.
We rock a couple times. So it feels good. Again, you can keep the hands on the backs
of the legs here for a little stability. We massage the spine back and forth. You know
me. I like to keep it playful. So if you feel a little goofy, good. Then we’ll release it
back to the earth. Oh, yeah. So here, we’re going to take a full body stretch
as we wind it down. Again, just easing and settling into the challenge. We inhale, reach
the fingertips up overhead. Exhale, interlace the fingertips and create a little pillow,
little neck hammock here. So you can keep the thumbs extended here or not, but I like
to do that and give myself a little massage, a little yogic massage. All right. Then keep the elbows nice and wide.
Inhale, draw the knees up toward your heart. Scoop the tailbone up, so that lower back
can become really comfy with your mat. Extend the right leg out long. Inhale in. Exhale.
Lift the head, the neck, the shoulders. Kiss right elbow to left knee. Deep breath in.
Exhale, switch. Left leg out, kiss left elbow to right knee. We move back and forth here,
keeping it really soft and easy breezy, resisting the urge to clench, to speed up. We’ll do
that later. So you can keep it nice and soft. So lower
back’s going to want to come up, and I’m going to keep my navel driving down, tailbone scooping
up. Okay. Just a couple more here. You totally got this. Breathe. Find your breath. Then
we release the soles of the feet to the ground. Release the arms and slowly extend the legs
out long. Awesome. Take a deep breath in through your nose here
and a long exhale out through the mouth. Nice. Inhale. Draw the right knee up. Squeeze it
up in towards your heart. Squeeze, squeeze, squeeze. Exhale, taking it over towards the
left. Twist it out. We can open up through the right arm. We breathe up and down the
spine. Really nice, slow, stabilizing twist here before we head to shavasana. Gently melt it back to center, and we switch.
Squeeze that left knee up towards your heart. When you’re ready, find your twist. Oh, yeah.
Gently releasing it back to center and preparing for our final and most precious posture here. Sometimes this can be the most challenging
posture. So again, just try to ease into it. You can pillow the head with a blanket. You
can cover up if you’re chilly. You can even roll a blanket or towel up behind the knees
to support the lower back. We’ll send the arms out wide, palms face up. Inhale. Lift
your heart, your chest open. Exhale, release. I can hear the birds chirping outside my window.
It’s very sweet. Close your eyes. Get all little wiggly movements out of the body, and
then we settle in to the corpse pose, finding stillness here. Even if you’re short on time,
find a moment to just pause and give yourself permission to do absolutely nothing. Just
let go. Thank you for sharing your time, your energy,
and your practice. Good job. Namaste.


  1. 19millions views!

    Adrienne! You are a rock star!

  2. do i need to download all 30 videos or can i find them on your youtube site? love and thanks for the amazing job

  3. Thank you

  4. Thank you so much this was amazing!

  5. Going 1month how much weight will you lose?

  6. Day one of my journey back into yoga. I'm hoping that this helps with all the back pain that I've been experiencing since my move to California. While I couldn't complete everything in this video for the amount of time that Adriene did, I made it through to the end and already feel a little more relaxed.

  7. wtf do you do if you can't get into the very first pose!

  8. This is a beginner yoga?? Are you trying to kill us??

  9. How do I get my knees to be so flat when cross legged?

  10. Back into my yoga after a 9 month break. It's a weird feeling knowing how decent at it I was back then and having to start from the beginning but it can be done!

  11. Today is my first day and I have to say, you do a great job in making this accessible for a beginner. Other yoga videos I have seen have been far too hard for complete newbies like me.

  12. This isn't really appropriate and I know I am being ''that guy''

    but you're hot.

    That's all.Bye o.O

  13. That was rough but great! I couldn't do all the moves, but I'll keep going til I can. Thank you for this challenge ❤

  14. Day 1 🧘🏻‍♀️♥️

  15. your videos are great! I'm a beginner but you make it a fun experience to learn. for the past couple days I tried your videos before going to bed and it really helps me winding down. thanks for your amazing videos. I'm looking forward to the challenge

  16. This is great really needed to relax

  17. my belly is blocking me

  18. Thank you! I just watched Mary Frey do your practice on @thefreylife and I needed this. My lungs are very very sick, so all I needed to do is breathe. You bring breathing much deeper. I cried and let go.

  19. So I came across this video and decided oh great a 30 yoga video I can follow SUBSCRIBE!!!. Much to my disappointed your channel is so disorganized. You dont even have all the videos up and what you do have, isn't even in a proper order or label correct. UNSUBSCRIBE!!!

  20. Good!

  21. Why was this so much better than the yoga I actually pay for

  22. Started today, September 12, 2019. Finally had the time and need to bring yoga and meditation back to my life.

  23. This is the first yoga video that doesnt Kill my self esteem ! Thank you so much Adriene, I am very happy to start this journey with you 🙂

  24. Who else is here in September of 2019?

    (It's a full moon Friday the 13th) Thanks for sharing and good luck everyone – be gentle with yourselves 🙂

  25. Starting this today along with meditation

  26. I definitely got a little freaky with the mat. Pelvis gonna be on fleek after these 30 days 😏

  27. Hi, nice videos. Small suggestion, what if you do these videos with someone who's never done yoga and is not very flexible. It could viewers an idea of where many are at.🤔

  28. Love this so much. Thanks Adriene <3

  29. I’m starting today because I fell off my workout and gained weight. Today I also drop a class and I feel so lost and disappointed in myself. But I made promise to myself that I will respect myself and my soul and I will finish anything I start. Good luck to everyone, anything u put ur mind too u will achieve.

  30. September 16 2019- a few months ago i did yoga everyday and felt great, and was toned everywhere! I got into a really bad depression in the summer and could not go on anymore. I’m slowly trying to make myself better again and lose the depression weight i have gained and become flexible and toned again- Thank you Adrienne.

  31. I love the way you teach

  32. Just gonna keep doing this one until it's easy. 🙂

  33. I love the comments I see on a video like this. I started 30 days of yoga around 15 days ago and stopped on day 7 due to hurting my foot. I don't believe this was from yoga but from my very physical job. I haven't been able to get yoga out of my mind so here I am again, trying. It's 18th September. Let's try this.

  34. Im a 40 year old woman, tall with a slim build. That doesn't mean anything when you eat like crap. I was diagnosed with having HBP and high cholesterol. I've never had a problem with acne, but this past year, baabaay, when I tell you my face turned on me like a toddler who tells all your business, it was the last straw.

    For the next 30 days I've challenged myself to cut back on sweets, eat better and excercise. Finding this video came right on time. I started Day 1, today. And it was the worst thing ever. My bones were cracking, body shaking and cussing with every pose.

    But, after I was done, I felt so good! Im pumped to start Day 2. Im excited to see where this journey will take me and how I will transform physically and mentally. Thank you Adrienne for making this available for all of us to use. I'll see you in 30 days.

  35. I had to start all over again!!…so here we go again…smh…day one

  36. Let me revisit this now that I quit smoking. Perhaps now when you say take a deep breath I can actually breathe 🥺

  37. Hi Adrian, are these poses safe for people with back pain ?

  38. Thanks, that was nice

  39. Started today! This was amazing Adriene. I so badly want to complete till 30 days!! I am exited. Thanks Adriene!! Love

  40. "bhujangasana cobra"

    I'm a complete novice, but that sounded so cool. I'm sticking with it, day 3 now.

  41. Did this a few years ago at the beginning of summer . I loved the way it made me feel . I am doing it again for sure . Already did the first day.

  42. Thanks!

  43. Your jokes made me giggle a lot! Is that allowed in yoga? Lol. Literally day one and Yoga seems so possible. Thank you so much!

  44. Well that hurt

  45. namaz is best yoga

  46. Completed day one. A few moves I can't do. Might be my weight or just cause I am new to this. Definitely felt good after doing it! Didnt manage to do the first plank type thing but come the second time I did manage. Will see what day 30 brings 😊

  47. I cant cross my legs

  48. OCTOBER 2019

  49. Started 29 September 2019 …. i feel so much better already.

  50. Starting today and hoping for a good next 29 days! My shoulder blades got a really nice stretch, loved it!

  51. Day 1 complete! Thanks, Adriene. Namaste. 💞

  52. i feel like "i don't wanna do this… i don't wanna do exercise" but… here i am day one

  53. I really enjoyed this!

  54. Hey All, I wanted to share what has drawn me to yoga – in case anyone is feeling the same.

    The best mantra I have learned is from Adriene, "I choose." For day 1 I choose: self-love, honesty, mindfulness, and softness 🙂

    Love you all and see you guys on Day 2 🙂

  55. Instructions not clear.. I cannot get up from the corpse pose…

    Jk I’m so ready for this thirty day challenge. Namaste

  56. Starting September 30th 2019. I'm not gonna be able to do this every day (I dont wanna over workout I'm also going to the gym) but I'm gonna do this every day I'm not going to the gym

  57. October 1st and it's day one for me. I'm almost 59 and very out of shape so this won't be easy but I'm sure going to give it a try. Hardest part will be just getting to know how to move from one pose to the next and do it correctly. My muscles are all ready quivering after completing day one, I really do need this. Thank you Adriene!

  58. Proč to není český

  59. love the vibes. love you all! october 2019!!

  60. October 1st 2019- day 1 completed! ✨

  61. October 1st , 2019 ?? Anyone !?

  62. 1st day for the month of October!!

  63. So I'm going about this a little different, I redid day one again today. I will probably keep doing day one until I'm comfortable and feel like I can keep up. I did much better today but the few end poses are the hardest (oh those planks are hard too 🙂 Thanks again!

  64. One more thing. I care for my adult disabled daughter who is total care. I have to do a lot of lifting and such. I carry most of my stress in my neck and shoulders can you suggest some stretches to help release that tension? Thanks!

  65. I remember doing this 3 years ago, i would love to do this again

  66. Oct 2. Put the kids to bed and got my yoga in. Hoping I can stick to this for 30 days. Anyone else need an accountability partner?

  67. October the 3rd and day 1 is completed! This is the first time I've practised yoga and hope to finish the 30 day challenge. I want to forgive myself, forget the past, ease my mind, get rid of depressive thoughts and sleep well. The ones having anxiety, depression or any other psychological problems, just know that you're not alone and these dark days will pass sooner or later. 🙂

  68. I just want to say what a healthy vibrant inclusive energy you bring to this practice. I am going through body image issues and you're one of the few youtube yogis who don't rock up in skimpy outfits, trying to gain 'sexy' clickbait. It just makes me feel accepted as a beginner yogi… Either way, you are absolutely gorgeous, inside and out! Many thanks, Namaste x

  69. Am I the only one who got so sweaty during this workout :DO It definitely looks easier than it actually is, I love it (:

  70. I have just finished my first day! 🙏

  71. Starting today!! Did a 10 minute yoga yesterday and the day before. I'm diving in!!

  72. October 3rd 2019-Day 1 Completed!!! Feeling the burn and relaxation.

  73. Well Adriene, you were the only person who got me in to Yoga…. 1st day of the 30 day challenge

  74. Oh my gosh. Soooooo many words. Please, let's do it in a little bit silent atmosphere 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏👼🙏🙏🙏

  75. thank u Adriene ..i'm a student and i don't have much time for any kind of sports but this is perfect it doesn't take a lot of time and helps me relax after a long day ,<3<3

  76. Started today, this is so good. Thank you 🙂

  77. Well I appear to have been living under a rock and have only just discovered Adriene. But I love her no nonsense yoga, sense of humour (dog hair, so professional 😂) and most of all, because this is a recurring issue for me, no irritating, distracting music, just your breath. I can drop my subscriptions to Gaia and Yoga Anytime I think. I feel like I am doing yoga with a fun friend instead of some impossibly perfect yoga goddess.

  78. October 8th Day 1 of the challenge completed, it's 1 am too so idk if it works that way

  79. I’m excited did this last year and ready for my 30 day challenge with Adrien. Love u🦋🦋🦋❤️

  80. Thank you Adriene starting with day 1 again……anyone else?

  81. I stopped for awhile and my body became stiff again. Need to start this weekend again.

  82. This was the first YWA video I ever did years ago, and doing it again now was so fabulous! I feel so much more connected and at ease now, thank you 😊

  83. day 1: 19 million views
    day 30: 864k views

    Don’t give up!

  84. Starting today. I promise ill get back to this comment in 30 days.

  85. 56 Years old, never done one yoga pose until about 25 days ago. Started this challenge yesterday, 10/9/19. Thanks for all you do, Adriene!

  86. Enjoyed a lot…day 138th in books…

  87. Day 1 morning yoga complete

  88. Are u sure this is for beginners 😧😨

  89. My workmates/friends and I are on Day 21 as of now 🙂 Hello yah all!

  90. I did this challenge a few years ago and I remember this first vid being super easy, I didn't feel much but it was nice. This past year I have worked a lot (computer) and really not moved around a lot. So today I decided to start exercising again and I just did this video and wow – I felt it in my knees and shoulders and neck, my limbs are still tingling and I can legit feel the blood flowing through my limbs, I even got out of breath. I feel so refreshed and full of energy now. Just wow. It's only once you're super out of shape that you notice how great this exercise really is. Thanks for uploading it, I'm excited to do more! You're awesome

  91. Thank you Adrienne! Back at it! YOur great!

  92. Just finished True and am in the zone. Looking forward to the next 30 days 🙂

  93. I've been studying abroad for the past 6 weeks, and just hit a low point where I feel lonely and homesick. This is the first yoga practice I ever completed, nearly 2 years ago, and I remember how much it helped me then. I've been on and off with yoga and lately have done barely any practice. Doing these 30 days again so I can find some comfort and reset back into regular practice. Thank you Adriene, for all your love and support and for giving me something I can come back to when I need it!

  94. just starting today….great first practice…Yay Adriene…TY

  95. Thank you so much for this!

  96. Just finished day one not gonna lie it wasn’t easy. iam very inflexible and not strong at all. Also i have Hyperparathyroidism with high blood pressure so all the posses where i had my head down made me have a ring in my ear 😅 and my cat really wanted attention so she kept interrupting me. I will stick with this challenge tho i am curious to see what the results will be. I love this yoga instructor very sweet and relaxing 💗 thank you so much for uploading these!

  97. Alright, let me jump into this. 30 days challenge, here I come!

    UPDATE: my knees hurt like hell, this practice is clearly not for me (or anyone who had injuries before)

  98. Today, I started doing this 30 day challenge. I used to do yoga in school but that was a long time ago. So I am kind of like a beginner with no experience. Even the ease into yoga is difficult for me to do as I am less flexible. But I finished the video and look forward to finish the challenge. I want to say I am doing this for weightloss but really I want to get a grip on mental health.
    Let's see how I will feel at the end of the challenge.

  99. Started today 9/15/19

  100. Steamy! Ha – love the playful approach! 😉

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