Day 14 – Mindful Hatha Yoga Workout – 30 Days of Yoga


Hey, guys. Welcome to 30 days of Yoga with
Adriene. I’m Adriene, and it’s day 14. It’s on like Donkey Kong. Let’s go. All right, my friends. Today, we’re going
to begin on all fours. We’ll come to tabletop position and just take a second here to roll
through a couple Cat Cows, spreading the palms wide. Make sure the knees are hip-width apart,
pressing on the tops of the feet, and we’re off. Using this opportunity to check in with
the body and check in with the breath. Rolling through a couple times back and forth,
stretching it out, and then veering off the railroad tracks whenever you are ready, getting
into the hips, the neck and shoulders, and finding your breath today. Awesome. Then we’ll bring the toes just under
here. Curl them under. Walk the palms out, and then we’ll bring the sit bones up and
high, up and back, up and high. As we meld the heart back, we come into downward facing
dog. Stretching long through the side body here, find in the bed in the knees. Press
into all 10 knuckles. Draw the shoulders away from your ears. Deep breath in and long, long
exhale out. Wake up the feet. All right. Let’s take one more deep breath
here, in and out. Then we’ll slowly lower back onto the knees, back to that tabletop
position. So this time, I’m going to take a couple breaths.
We’re just going to do three of these. So hang with me. Tapping into our core, but also
really paying attention to this line in the spine. Hovering cat, I press away from the
earth. I press into the tops of the feet, and I let the knees hover. Again, this isn’t
a huge move. This is just a nice little hover to connect to my insides. Connect to your
muscles. Draw the shoulders away from the ears. Keep
the bones stacked. Breathe, breathe, breathe. One more breath here. Then exhale. We release.
Bring the two big toes together, widen the knees, send it back. Extended Child’s Pose.
Take a second here to rotates the wrists, to maybe find a little sway in the hips. Maybe
walk the elbows out. So we’re never waiting. We’re always exploring. Stay curious. That’s
going to keep us coming back to the the mat. Then we’ll release the palms back down. Come
back up to all fours, stacking the bones, so walking the wrists underneath the shoulders,
knees underneath the hips. Here’s two out of three. Inhale in. On an exhale, find your
hovering cat. Remember the neck. Remember the neck. The tops of the shoulders draw away.
We breathe here. Just when you want to quit, that’s when you should drop into that sweet
breath, that fuel. Draw your navel up, lower belly in. Press
away from the earth, one more breath, and exhale. Release. Two big toes come together,
knees nice and wide. This time, draw the right palm in towards
the centerline and inhale. Press away from the earth as you send the left fingertips
up towards the sky. So we can stay here, deep breath in, or we can release, left fingertips
to the top of the right hip crease, or even to the lower back here is nice, pressing the
palm to the sacrum. Resist the urge to just totally collapse into
that left hip. See if you can keep a little bit of awareness through both tops of the
feet, both knees, keeping the hips nice and square. Really mindful. One more breath here.
Then exhale. We release and come back to our hovering cat. Last one. We totally have this. Another option
here. If the wrists are weak, if the wrists are, you’re still building strength in the
wrist, I should say. You can come to fists. This is a nice place. I even like to keep
my thumbs extended so I can come here. Kind of feels like a bulldog position. What? Okay. Deep breath in, and on a exhale,
we hover. We check in with the core. We create a full body experience. Again, now would be
an awesome time to tap into that breath. Notice what it feels like to be alive today. One
more breath here. We’re shaking. We’re building heat. Then we exhale, release. Left palm to center. Bring the two big toes
together, little wider in the knees. We inhale, open up through the right side this time.
Resist the urge to collapse here, but maintain that awareness you had in the hovering cat
as you find your twist. Now we can bring the right fingertips to the top of the left hip
crease here or bring the hand to the lower back. Open your chest. Let’s do one more deep
breath in here, and on an exhale, we release. Awesome. Walk the palms forward, and we send
it back. Extended Child’s Pose. Take a couple breaths here. Again, find any organic movement
in the body. We drop into a little joy, a little inner smile, if you will. We just allow
ourselves to be present and fully here for the duration of this practice. It’s a not long one today. So drop in. Find
your breath. We’ll spread the palms wide, draw the heart back up to all fours. Here
we go. So this time, we’re going the extend the right
toes out long. Flex through the right foot. Take a deep breath in. On an exhale, we draw
that right foot all the way up and into our lunge. Left knee can stay on the mat here.
We interlace the fingertips, and we come up here. Breathing, pulsing a couple times, just
checking in with the hips. Keeping the heart lifted and open. I’m going to release my palms to the mat and
walk my right foot out just a hair, so that I’m on two skis rather than a tightrope all
zipped up. So take a couple breaths here. You might lift that back knee for a breath
or two. Stretch it out. Then I’m going to walk my left palm underneath
my left shoulder and inhale. Reach my right fingertips all the way up. Hug that left knee
in towards the center line and breathe. Again, we can bring the hand to the lower back here,
if that feels good. I’m staying really spacious and broad through my shoulders, drawing my
shoulder blades in together and down, again, squeezing that right knee up. Deep breath
in, and on an exhale, I release. I’m going to come back to all fours here.
Nothing fancy. I’m going to switch. Left toes out. Flex your left foot strong. Lower that
left hip. Take a deep breath in. Then we’ll bend the left knee in and step it up into
our lunge. Right knee can stay on the earth. We interlace the fingertips. Come up and check
in. Just a little organic movement here. Pedaling,
excuse me, pulsing or pedaling. Pulsing. Then I’ll lower my palms now to the mat. Walk the
left foot out just a hair. Take your breath or two here. You might curl the right toes
under. Lift that back knee. Just stretch it out. Awesome. Then I’ll lower that right knee again,
press into my right palm. Stack it just underneath that right shoulder and inhale. Open up through
that left hand, that left arm here. I squeeze my left knee in, and I breathe. Left hand
can come to the sacrum here. Mostly I’m concentrating on drawing my lower belly in, pressing into
my foundation, and finding this gorgeous, gorgeous length in the shoulders and the neck. This is definitely going to help us with tomorrow’s
practice too. So remember the shoulders drawing away and this awareness of the neck and this
sweet, sweet extension in the spine. Take one more breath wherever you are, and then
we’ll release, coming back to all fours. This time, we’ll drop the elbows where the
hands are, in tabletop, and walk the knees back. My favorite, heart to earth pose. So
in this pose, we really rock the pelvis up toward the sky. Find a nice, deep stretch
through the shoulders. Forehead may or may not come to kiss the mat, and just notice
if your elbows have started to come out. See if you can railroad tracks nice and long.
I might teeter-totter a little bit here, stretching to the side body. Keep deepening your breath. Then slowly we’ll look forward, drawing a
line with the nose towards the front edge. I’m going to slide it on through, keep the
elbows where they are. I come to sphinx pose here. Pressing into my foundation, I inhale,
find length through the crown. We just take a couple of breaths here, really pressing
into everything that’s touching the mat here, so becoming super alive and aware, energetically,
the more we grow our practice. There’s always something there. I love it. Close your eyes for this last breath, this
last beat here. Visualize your spine, so strong and long. Hey-oh! We’ll gently release. Great.
Palms underneath the shoulders, curl the toes under, press up to plank. What? Beautiful, long, smooth, fluid breaths here.
So sometimes I come into plank, and I start holding my breath. So as your yoga guide,
I encourage you not to do that, to keep breathing. Then we’ll send it up to Downward Facing Dog. Find your best and most beautiful [inaudible
00:10:55] here, really checking in, taking stock.Great.
Then we’ll slowly lower to the knees and,
once again, send the right toes out. Flex your right foot. Squeeze the right knee all
the way up towards your heart, and then we’ll step it through once again. Inhale. Reach the fingertips forward, up and
back, this time coming into my Crescent Lunge, breathing deep here Then if I want to create
a little more heat, I might curl the back toes under and lift that back knee. We can
also stay lowered. We inhale in. Breathe, breathe, breathe. Exhale. Release. Back knee comes down, palms come to the mat.
Same thing as before. Walk the left palm underneath the left shoulder and inhale, spiral up through
your heart, heart up towards the sky. We reach the right fingertips towards the heavens,
and we breathe here. Now I can find the little bind here. I can
bring my right hand to my lower back. I can also bend this knee and reach back to grab
my big toe here, pulling the right hip crease back, breathing really, really deeply. So
another option would just be here, beginning to stretch that quad with a little bit of
movement, or maybe you grab. Open up through your heart. One more breath. Maybe you send
your gaze up. Then exhale, release mindfully. We come back
to our lunge. We’re going to walk that right foot in just a hair and then send the hips
up and back, Half Splits. Relax the weight of the head down. Then we’ll roll through
that right foot. Plant the palms and slide the right knee back, just back to all fours. Great. Curl the toes under. Send it up and
back, Downward Facing Dog. Deep breath in through the nose and long breath out. Check
in. Great. Slow descend back down to all fours, and we send the left foot out. So find your
alignment, connect to your foundation, and then we extend left foot out. Deep breath in. On an exhale, hug that left
knee all the way up and in towards your heart. Squeeze, squeeze, squeeze. Then we step the
left foot out. So just a mindful transition, every time, really mindful. Great. Find your alignment, inhale, reach
the fingertips forward, up, and back whenever you’re ready, Crescent Lunge. Maybe we curl
the back toes under and lift that back knee up or maybe not. Breathe, nice long, smooth,
deep breaths. Hug that energy in towards the midline. One more breath here, and then we
exhale, slowly release. Lower the back knee down. Palms come to the
mat. We walk the left foot out just a hair and find that right palm underneath that right
shoulder. Inhale. Open out. Spiral your heart out towards the sky. Again, maybe stay here.
Maybe you come to the lower back, strong in the legs, strong integrity in the shoulders
and the neck. Maybe I’ll reach back, and I’m able to grab that big toe here. You can also
come up on the fingertips, or block is really nice, too. So we’re opening up, sinking into
that hip, breathing into your right quad. Maybe send the gaze up towards the sky or
keep a strong focus down. Wherever you are, take one more full breath
in. Awesome. Then exhale with control. Release. Walk the left foot in just a hair. Send the
hips up and back. Breathe here. Breathe into the tight places. Slowly rolling through the
left foot, we plant the palms, curl the toes under, slide the left toes back to plank,
and we slowly lower down all the way to the belly. Walk the fingertips up off the mat. Press
into the tops of the feet. Lift your elbows up here and inhale. Visualize space in the
spine as we open up through the heart and the chest. So maybe we only get this far,
elbows still lifting up, or maybe we are able to create a little more space and come up
to here. So in due time, we’ll just see. Be really mindful of that lower back, my friends.
Inhale in and exhale. Wherever you are, find a release. Plant the palms, curl the toes under, send
it up to plank, then Downward Facing Dog. One deep breath in here, long breath out.
Slowly lower to the knees. Cross the left ankle over the right, and we slide on through
to seated. Awesome work, my friends. Great checking in
with you today. So from here, you can roll into Shavasana, or maybe you want to do a
little freestyle, or maybe you stay here in meditation pose, Sukhasana, finding ease for
just a moment or two before you break off into the rest of your day. Take good care. Namaste.

100 Comments

  1. Thank you for posting these. It has helped me so much. I am a newbie to yoga and you make it doable and fun.

  2. Thank you ao much Adriene. You are a gift

  3. My body feels so good! Glad I decided to get on the mat today. Thanks, Adrienne!

  4. DONE โœ…๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ

  5. I touched my big toes today!!!! ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜˜

  6. So good Adriene! Thank you

  7. Thank you so much for this workout Adriene!
    And I really appreciate those hearts on my comments. Its motivational!

  8. Adriene, you touch the lives of so many, including mine. I am the most inflexible stiff person but my body is now doing things i never knew it could do, and all through the power of breath and your guidance.Thank you.

  9. Thank you for saying something in this video that related to today. 3 years later and the 13 and the eagle relates. I wonder if that is just how long it takes for intention to move from you to me? It was something I said to someone looking in a lake 3 weeks and 5 days ago, but it was something I hope I never forget. Thank you.

  10. My wists huwt but my hawt feews bettew.

  11. Yay, day 14! Every practice has been so awesome and beneficial. I'm very grateful for these daily practices.

  12. Today was one of those that I felt like my body wasn't designed to do these things. Or maybe I'm doing them wrong. I don't know. for example, the twist while raising the arm felt really stiff, but when I put the palm on my back it was much easier. but I thought you said that palm on the back is harder, and it was vice versa for me.

  13. I have to mention this too: yesterday I was looking in the mirror, to my tummy, and thought, "wow, I've lost some weight!" and then I figured it out. I haven't lost weight, my posture is different! That's something I've tried to correct so many times!

  14. Short but sweet! ๐Ÿง˜โ€โ™€๏ธ

  15. Every day just gets better and better! I am so grateful that you are a presence in my life!

  16. Day 14. (11/18/18) Chickdrummer86 can happily confirm less than a centimeter to go before heels touch the ground in downward facing dog.

  17. I really enjoyed today's challange it was nice and I'm starting to notice just how flexible I have already became since I first started โค

  18. I swear I actually heard my foot laugh at me when I tried to grab it. But the good news is I can get myself straight into plank without coming up to my knees and Iโ€™m finally feeling down dog and not just โ€œmy god when will this endโ€

  19. I came into today's practice with my mind a jumbled anxious mess. At the end, my head felt clear for the first time all day. I'm so thankful that I discovered this channel because only yoga has been able to help me turn my brain off. Thank you so much Adriene! On a side note, my feet touched the ground during downward facing dog for the first time and I was so excited that I started going "OH OH OH IT'S HAPPENING" and completely missed what you were saying. See you tomorrow!

  20. Omg today my feet touched the ground in downward facing dog ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿ™Œ so so happy …..you're the best adriene

  21. I teared up when I heard the music coming on, I'm going to do some freestyle. Adriene you are a gift from God. Thank you. Naste

  22. I really loved this practice. I was really feeling heavy today and feel that it's a great stretcher for stiff muscles. I'm feeling fabulous ๐Ÿ’ช

  23. Short sweet and magnificent

  24. Happy new year Adriene! Awesome session!

  25. today's practice flew by!! I really enjoyed how it felt so simple yet it was an amazing work out! thanks Adrienne, for always making me feel better after practice๐Ÿ˜Š

  26. you the best ๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒธ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ‘

  27. Done with Day 14! Breathing in to the tight spaces โ€”- this is what eases my body pains. Thank you once again, Adriene! ๐Ÿ’–

  28. I have been out of yoga practice for years, just let life and other peoples needs take it away. I found this 30 Days of yoga just before the new year and it wasn't until I did the 1st one that I noticed it was 2015. And then I saw you started another one for 2019!! My first goal is to do the 30 days of yoga, and I have made it through the 1st 14 days now. But my goal this year, to make this a habit, is to do 150 days of yoga (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019) to get caught up. Thank you for this, I really enjoy your style and I feel like I am in a yoga studio, even though I am in a small space I carved out just for this. Thank you so much.

  29. Hi Adrienne, been doing your yoga videos most days for a year now and recommend them to all my friends!Wondering what other exercise you do and what your diet is like?

  30. DAY 14, CHECK!!

  31. my hands are killing me rn, but day 14 done โœ…

  32. Tried to grab my toe and got a leg cramp. Tried to grab the other one, same thing ๐Ÿ˜‚ Iโ€™m a few days behind, but keeping at it

  33. I have to say that this is the first time i am practicing yoga im 14 days in and i can't believe how im starting to get into certain poses that i would have never thought i could do . im a gym person usually but my beautiful girlfriend has persuaded me to try this and my meditation practice after doing yoga is absolutely out of this world so Thank you to every one and a special thanks to Adrieane love and light

  34. Oooh I like it so much! l feel so much better in every day.thank you Adriene

  35. Still finding more flexion and mobility in my toes after my foot surgeries. Thank you so much for helping me restore strength to my body, Adriene! Youโ€™re an angel ๐Ÿ˜‡.

  36. This definitely has kept my mind busy in the morning. Focusing on my breathing and the exercises, no time for my mind to be elsewhere

  37. Thank you Adriene! I really appreciate your kindness and the gift of this series.

  38. โค๏ธโœ… done!

  39. Day 14 (15/02)

  40. doing this after one week of being a lazy ass was… interesting. painful. it was painful. thanks for the video will try to not let a week pass by between workouts

  41. First Adriene, thank you for saving me so much money. I feel this is still effective even without spending a couple hundreds of dollars a month. Second, thanks for that personality, I have literally chuckled in every session with some silly comment you've made or the 'chewwwwww' noise you make jumping to the front of the mat. Not sure where you're at Adriene in this practice but you deserve every positive that comes out of it.

  42. A couple questions for anyone. Did anyone feel a pinch in their knees in this session? Also can anyone recommend a mat that won't curl up under your feet. Thanks in advance.

  43. When you said โ€˜ If you feel tension in a part of your body, breath into itโ€™. How does that work. Is it just consciously breathing there or literally? Hope you get what I mean x

  44. Doing today's practice made me realize how much I've improved. I find the downward dog a lot easier. Before my wrists hurt and so did the muscles in the back of my leg. Now I don't feel any pain stretching in downward dog and I'm closer to the mat. My wrists feel stronger as well. I shake less as well with the plank, and can almost touch my toes.

    I used to do 3 years of dance once a week for an hour and my aim was to be able to do the splits at least. It was very difficult and I felt like my body wasn't stretching at or nor strong. We would just warm up and do the same stretches each week. Which was pointless because I felt not as flexible as the other dancers. Doing yoga everyday so far with you has made me realize how important stretching everyday is as I feel more flexible than an hour a week has ever done. I feel a lot stronger to. I also have noticed it's getting easier just hearing what to do and not keeping my neck aching up at the tv.! Thanks! 09/03/2019. I will keep a updating in the comments. I aim to try this for 2 months!! ๐Ÿ˜† Haven't missed a day yet โค๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’ช

  45. You are an amazing teacher. Through you I have found a passion for yoga that has become deeply personal. It's the best therapy I've ever had and people see a difference in me already! I just wanted to thank you!!

  46. Why do I feel such relief when I see the videos are shorter! Donโ€™t I want to be happy?!? I guess Iโ€™m just hella lazy lol

  47. THIS DID NOT BREAK ME
    I THOUGHT I WAS GOING TO FALL AND DIE BUT I DID NOT BREAK

  48. Greetings Adriene ๐Ÿ˜ŠGoing on day 14 ๐Ÿ˜ŠToday's mantra is Prani Dhana ~ My individuality expands into the universe ~Namaste friend ๐Ÿ™Doe ๐Ÿ’–๐ŸŒ

  49. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

  50. Thank you, Adriene.
    I have always been the start-don't-finish type of person, with everything. I also didn't pay much attention to yoga, it seemed silly to me. I dance ballet and I've gone to the gym very often (not now).
    Lately I started to make some changes in my life, like better diet, more exercise, a structured routine… and I gave up shortly after, as always. Then one day I found your videos on YouTube, I don't really know how because I wasn't looking for yoga practices.
    I decided to give it a try right away to this 30 day yoga challenge, hoping that I would finish something for once in my life. I would pick one of those mats that go under the sleeping bag when you camp, and I would go to my garden. I ended up full of dirt and my pets were messing around, but I felt GOOD. Indescribably good. I've always loved stretching more than cardio, and this seemed exactly like my cup of tea.
    I've always kind of hated being outside and getting dirty. But it was the only place I could do yoga in the afternoon and I went every single time without missing a day (well, I missed one because it was my sister's birthday party and the house was full of kids). I did the practice outside until day 10 or so.
    Along the way, my mind had automatically "fixed" itself. I found it easy to maintain a healthy diet and leave bread aside as much as possible (I could NEVER do that before!). You could see me eating apples and drinking natural orange juice, and drinking milk without any chocolate. Even saying "no" when someone offered me something sweet as dessert! That is totally not me. And I find it easy to do! Like something changed inside.
    I also found a video of a boy talking about how much time he spent on the cellphone without noticing, and that pushed me to try to stick to a routine. Something I could never do before, now seems relatively easy. I wake up at 6:30 AM (me, who always slept until 10 AM), do yoga (I'm on day 14 currently) on my living room (everyone is sleeping, and I find it really peaceful… and clean), then have a shower and I start my day by 7:00 AM. I also keep track of what I do during the day, to know how much time I spent doing every thing. I'm using the phone a lot less!
    Thank you, Adriene, for doing such awesome videos and helping me see life another way. Yoga has become part pf my day, the part I look forward to with joy and excitement, and fondness as well. Thank you for doing this for us. You are great.
    Best regards from Argentina,

    Priscila

  51. day 14 done โœ…

  52. I decided to kick start my move back to yoga with you Adrienne and I"m so glad I did! You make this practice fun and help me get my body, mind and heart in a good place to start my days! Strong work Sister!

  53. I totally barked like a bull dog.

  54. โ€œSo we can stay here, or we can reachโ€”โ€œ challenge accepted

  55. This is the best, You are the best. I love your charm.

  56. That was so nice! There was no way to even think of lifting the back knee, but some day! Some day! Thank you m, Adriene

  57. Man, she's amazing ๐Ÿ˜Š

  58. i love the practice by Adriene, but i prefer her to be less talkative. i am sorry but i thought yoga shall be peaceful. sorry again…. but at time so much words drives me crazy!!!!

  59. Iโ€™m a newbie to yoga and am loving it! Thank you Adrienne.

  60. yoga with adriene taught me to ollie.

  61. I really like this one. Day 46!

  62. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

  63. Thank you again! Day 14.

  64. I'm on day 14 of the challenge now (yay two weeks!) and my cat has decided that yoga time = cuddle time. Sometimes it's cute but sometimes he bites my toes when I'm stretching my legs…

  65. wow my hills touched the mat! Day 14 done! Thank you Adriene

  66. Day 14 done.

  67. Thank you

  68. Thank you ๐ŸŒฟ๐ŸŒผ๐ŸŒฟ

  69. Early one today. Omg the burn ๐Ÿ˜จ๐Ÿ˜ฐ๐Ÿ˜ฐ๐Ÿ˜ฐ the burn…๐Ÿฅต but I feel pumped, Iโ€™m energized, and now Iโ€™m going to see The Rolling Stones tonight!!! Whooooooo ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ Day 14 โœ”๏ธ #consistency

  70. Ooh I found this one a bit hard today, weak knees ๐Ÿ˜• loving it though ๐Ÿง˜โ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿง˜โ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿง˜โ€โ™€๏ธ

  71. Was great a lil chilly this morning like plus 7 here but was a nice way to warm up!! Have a great day!

  72. Do anyone else's boobs get in the way of their lunge? I can't seem to pick my feet up to the front without it being really uncomfortable. Also my knees are really boney, and some of the poses are quite painful when more weight is being put on my kneecaps. Any suggestions?

  73. I do this 30 days of yoga 2nd time. I so love it!

  74. Awesome thank you ๐Ÿ™

  75. Yoga has been one of the best things of my 2019

  76. week 2: completed!!๐Ÿ˜ I'm so happy that I've started doing yoga and you're a wonderful teacher!

  77. Two weeks!!! I`m so proud of myself thanks to Adriene! ๐Ÿ™‚

  78. Thanks

  79. โœ…
    Great practice
    Thank you ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

  80. Thank you Adriene! Always a pleasure to work out on the mat with you! See you tomorrow!

  81. You have no idea what you are doing to my life. โค๏ธ Some real good direction

  82. This was amazing Adrien! I am so glad how thankful I feel after this. I am in the middle of nature here in Finland and this yoga was the best idea ๐Ÿ’ก โ™ฅ๏ธ Thank you so much…

  83. This one is awesome lovely Adriene…thank you.. I just feel like I wrung out my body..:-)

  84. I feel like a lot of these activities that we have to keep one knee on that mat really hurt my knees. I have tried putting a pillow under my knees and it is still so painful. Idk if my knees are particularly boney or what, but I feel like I shouldn't need knee pads fo yoga. haha Does anyone have suggestions?

  85. Really appreciate this, thanks Adriene!

  86. Thanks great content

  87. I look forward to yoga everyday now ! Itโ€™s my favorite part of the day (:

  88. One word to describe this practice: shoulders. As in my shoulders really enjoyed this practice:) thanks Adriene!!

  89. struggled with cramps today…๐Ÿ˜ฌ๐Ÿ˜ฌ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

  90. I thought it was only 16 minutes of yoga today but it was really exhausting and I loved it.

  91. This sequence suited me very well today. Namaste x

  92. Thank you, teacher.

  93. almost in the middle !! ๐Ÿ’ช

  94. I got to my toes, but then my knees started to hurt because my mat isn't soft enough and the floor was too hard. would it be okay in situations like this to put a blanket under the knees?

  95. Rockin day 14!! My wrists were feelin it today, and lower back, nice session darling ty, namaste xxx

  96. I wonโ€™t lie, Iโ€™ve come back to day 14 after about a week or two off. I was so determined to actually finish something but work and studying got in the way… I think itโ€™s important to self note that at least I came back and I am still determined to finish. Sometimes life can get in the way but just having the intention to do something to better yourself is AMAZING! Thank you so much Adrienne and sorry I couldnโ€™t keep up with you ! Baby steps

  97. Love that stretching! Thank you Adriene!

  98. I really can't believe that for the first time I'm sticking to a challenge

  99. Thank you, Adriene <3

  100. Short sweet practice was perfect for today. Thank you, Adriene, love your show.

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