Day 18 – Wonder Yoga! – 30 Days of Yoga

Adriene: Hey everyone. Welcome to 30 Days
of Yoga with Adriene. I’m Adriene, and it’s day 18. Let’s rock and roll. Adriene: Today we’re gonna begin in a standing
posture. Feet hip width apart, we’ll draw the palms together at the heart. Take a second to close your eyes and feel
the soles of your feet underneath you. Feels where your body weight is shifting maybe towards
the front of the toes or the back. Just notice how you feel mentally today, emotionally.
We’ll do a quick scan of the body here as we begin to notice the breath. Drawing your attention inward. We have a quick
sequence today so we’re going to really commit to marrying the movement to the breath, the
breath to the movement. Bend your knees and inhale, reach the fingertips up overhead as
you breathe in. And as you exhale flow with the fingertips down and away. Inhale, soft
knees, reach it up. And exhale, flow with the fingertips down and away. Three more just
like this. Getting the juices flowing. Exhale, release. Arms moving with the breath. And
one more. You might trace your fingers with your nose, integrate the neck. And releasing
back down. Great. Bring your feet together, heel-toe
heel-toe the feet together. Draw the palms together at your heart. Just a quad-stretch
here. We’re going to reach behind, grab right ankle with right hand and hug that left knee,
excuse me, right knee, into the center, and breathe deep here. You might reach the left
fingertips around for a deeper stretch. Everyone lift your hearts. Open up through the armpit
chest and work on balance here as we breathe into that right quad. Tailbone is lengthening down and pressing
through my standing leg. One more breath. Then exhale, slowly release, and we’re just
gonna switch to the other side. So keep your heart lifted here, grab your left ankle with
your left hand, and squeeze that left knee in towards the center line. Maybe we reach
behind and we find a deeper stretch here in the left quad as we press through that standing
leg nice and strong. Not locked here in that right knee but nice soft bend. This is really
great after a jog or a run. So awesome. Opening up through the heart and chest. Take one more
breath here and then we’ll gently release. Awesome, if you’re not at the front of your
mat, let’s walk to it now. And on a big breath in we’ll reach the arms up and overhead. Exhale,
forward fold, diving forward. Inhale, lifting up halfway, exhale soften and bow. Step the
right foot back, take a couple of breaths here to explore your low lunge. Just notice
the tight places today. Notice the openings, use your breath. Then we’ll plant the palms,
slide the left knee back to meet the right, and slowly lower all the way down to the belly. Inhale, lift up, Cobra. Baby Cobra maybe here,
to start. And then exhale, curl the toes under, press up through plank, and send it back Downward
Facing Dog. Deep breath in, and deep breath out. Step the right foot up, come into your
lunge, take a couple of breaths here to express yourself and explore. Maybe sending the hips
back. Moving a little side-to-side but staying engaged and mindful, of course. Listening
to your body. Then after a couple breaths we’ll rock the
back foot up to meet the front, forward fold. Inhale, halfway lift. Long, beautiful neck.
And exhale, release, and bow. Inhale, spread the fingertips wide, reach it up towards the
sky, and exhale back down at the heart. Bend the knees, inhale, reach it all the way up
overhead, exhale diving forward, forward fold. Inhale, lift to flat-back position. And exhale,
soften, and release down. Fingertips come to the mat. I step my right
foot back into my low lunge. Inhale, loop the shoulders, heart radiates forward. Exhale,
plant the palms, slide the left toes back to plank. Shift your weight forward, hug the
elbows in, slowly lower down. Cobra or upward facing dog. Deep breath in and on an exhale
back, Downward Facing Dog. Step the right foot up once again. Loop the
shoulders, open your heart, forward. Deep breath in and exhale, rocking that back foot
up to meet the front. Forward fold. Inhale, halfway lift, and exhale bow. Inhale, reach
the fingertips all the way up and overhead and exhale back down to your heart. Great. From here we’re going to walk the feet
together. Interlace the fingertips and lift the right knee up. Catch it here. Find that
lift. Then slide your left fingertips down to grab your right ankle. We’re going to think
“upward” as we lift that right ankle to the left hip crease. So it might not be there
today, it might be here, or we might be able to peel it up, keeping a brightness in this
right foot, so an energy there. Nice energy in the right foot as I stand up nice and tall.
And I press in to my standing leg. So maybe I hold onto my right leg here, breathing deep.
Or maybe I draw my palms together at the heart. Definitely keeping a nice energy in my right
foot here. Breathing deep. I might just stay here working on balance, or I might begin
to soften and bend in that left knee. Breathe. Awesome. To come out of that posture I’ll
interlace the fingertips. Draw my right knee, catch it here again. Soften, relax through
that right ankle. Squeeze it up towards the heart and then exhale, release. We’ll switch
to the other side. Interlacing, we catch the left knee now. Press into that standing foot.
All four corners, firmly. Then I’ll slide the right fingertips down
to catch my left ankle. Think up and over, so I want to maintain this upward lift as
I come into this shape. Maybe bringing it to the right hip crease. I can hold on with
both hands no problem. Heart’s gonna wanna collapse here but I’m gonna keep the sternum
lifting up. Breathe deep. Full body awareness. We’re alive from fingertips to toes. The shoulders’
are alive, the heart’s lifting. Maybe I stay here and maybe I practice bringing the palms
together at the heart. And bending softly in that right knee. Hold onto your focus, find that focal point
out in front, that Drishti place to gaze upon and this will support you in your balancing
postures. Okay so now interlace the fingertips, hug
everything to the midline as I catch my left knee once again. Soften through the left foot
and ankle. Squeeze that left knee up. And then we’ll release. Awesome, shake it off,
inhale, reach it up. And exhale, diving forward. Inhale, halfway lift. And exhale, bow. Step
or hop it back to plank here, nice and swift, picking up the pace a little. Shift your weight
forward, hug the elbows in, pull them back as you go through your Vinyasa. So use your
breath to flow. On an exhale we send it back, Downward Facing Dog. Drop the left heel, inhale, slide the left
leg high. On an exhale step it all the way up and into your lunge. Pivoting on the back
foot as we rise up tall. Warrior 1, synch into that front knee. Notice how this pose
starts to evolve and grow with practice. Inhale, pay attention to the details as you reach
the fingertips up, then exhale, Warrior 2. Reaching forward, up and back, we come into
Peaceful Warrior, or Reverse Warrior. Inhale in. Exhale all the way back down to your lunge.
And we Vinyasa. Shifting the weight forward, plug in and together we meet in Downward Facing
Dog. Drop the right heel, inhale, slide the left
leg high on an exhale bring it up into your lunge. Pivot on the back foot. Bend that front
knee deeply and we inhale. Rise up, Warrior 1. Go through your checklist. Pay attention
to the details here. Find your breath. When you’re ready, opening out into Warrior
2 nice and strong. Then inhale, reach the left fingertips forward, up and back, Peaceful
Warrior. Keep length in both side bodies. All four sides of the torso lifting, lengthening
here as you sink into that front knee. Take a deep breath in and then exhale all the way
back to your lunge. Great. Back foot comes up to meet the front. Forward fold. We inhale.
Halfway lift. And exhale bow. Inhale, reach it all the way up. And exhale, hands to the
heart. Soft knees, inhale, reach it up. Stick with it, folding forward. Inhale, halfway
lift and exhale bow. Plant the palms. Step or hop it back to plank.
And we’ll shift our weight forward, hug the elbows into the side body and lower down.
Inhale to Cobra or Up Dog, and exhale to Downward Facing Dog. Drop the left heel, inhale, slide
the right leg high. Exhale, step it all the way up into your lunge. Pivot on that back
foot again, we rise up strong, Warrior 1. Deep breath in, and deep breath out, relax
the shoulders. Great, opening out Warrior 2. Take a deep
breath in. Sink deep into that front leg, make sure you can see your front big toe as
you exhale out. Inhale, reach forward. Up and back, Peaceful Warrior. And exhale all
the way back down to your lunge. Plant the palms, step the right toes back. Take a Vinyasa
here or take a rest. Child’s Pose. And together we’ll meet in Downward Facing
Dog. Drop the right heel, inhale, slide the left leg up high. On an exhale bring that
left knee up and step it into your lunge. Pivot on the back foot, we rise up strong,
Warrior 1. Relax the shoulders, create space as you build strength. When you’re ready we’ll
open out into Warrior 2 nice and strong. Try to keep the heart lifted, breath flowing.
We’ll reach the fingertips forward, up and back, Peaceful Warrior. Inhale in and exhale
all the way back down, and same thing. Take a Vinyasa here or lower the knees and take
a rest. Then slowly we’ll meet back Downward Facing
Dog. Drop the left heel, inhale, lift the right leg high. This time we’re gonna bed
the right knee. We’re just gonna draw slow circles with the right knee. Warming up through
the hip. One way and then the other. Trying to hug energy to the midline so we’re not
just crashing into this left shoulder. We have full body awareness. Then we’re gonna
switch, drop the right foot, lift the left knee high, and same on the left knee high,
and same thing on the other side. This is hard work, particularly if you’re new to Downward
Dog practice, so stick with your breath. You got it. And then we’ll lower the left foot
down. Great, bend both knees, belly comes to the
tops of the thighs, we inhale in and on an exhale hop up towards the front. Or you can
go for that slow walk, too. Forward fold. Inhale, halfway lift. And exhale bow. Inhale,
reach it all the way up, full body stretch. Maybe slight back bend here at the top. And
then exhale hands to heart. Close your eyes, ground through your feet, and observe your
breath. Shifting your weight to your left foot. Going
for a deep hip stretch here. Working on our balance and stability. We’re gonna interlace
the fingertips, catch that right knee, find it here first. Again, this might be your pose
today. Working here on that opposition. Grounding down while finding that upward current of
energy. I slide the left fingertips down, I grab that
right ankle, alive through my right foot, and I come to this shape here. Breathing as
I lift up through the heart. So sometimes in balancing postures we begin to hold our
breath, so keep breathing nice, long, smooth, deep breaths. Soften through that left knee.
In fact, bend it nice and generously here. And then maybe I stay here or maybe I bring
my palms together at the heart. Inhale in, exhale. Slowly, keeping the heart lifted and
open. I’m going to begin to fold forward. Now I might just get this far, breathing into
that hip, pressing up and out of my standing leg. Or maybe I journey a little bit further
into my forward fold. Fingertips either coming to a block or to the earth. If you’re new
to the practice you might just stay here or lift it here. Breathing into that hip. So
we have lots of different places to go. Listen to your body. For more advanced practice you
might even come into a low squat, lifting that left heel off the ground, and maybe even
eventually bringing the palms together at the heart. I start with just one. Yikes! So we’re at
all different levels here. This is crazy. Find your breath. Then connect to your core.
Connect to your foundation as you slowly roll it up. Lifting sternum again, up to the thumbs.
We find a nice lengthening up through the crown of the head. I had a head rush there.
And then exhale, release. Awesome. Take a second to shake it out, smile
laugh it off. And we’ll do the same thing on the other side. So palms come together.
We zip the legs. We stand up nice and tall, press into that right foot as you peel the
left heel up. Interlace, catch your left knee. Again, find that opposition. So we find balance
by working with those opposing forces. Kind of a great metaphor for life too, right? How
do we find balance between the sun and the moon? Sliding the right fingertips down, wake up
your left foot, to protect that left knee, and we’ll think up and over. So again, we’re
not just cranking into the postures but really finding a buoyancy as we explore this shape
here. Then we’ll begin to bend the right knee and we just see where it’s at here on this
side. Maybe palms come up. Maybe we hold onto that left ankle. You will find that focusing on one point,
your gaze upon one focal point in Drishti will really help find stability. Calm the
breath. We inhale in and maybe we begin to send it forward. Full body experience here,
whoa. And maybe the fingertips release to the earth, or block. And again, if you are
further along in your practice and you feel like it’s yummy you might lift that right
heel and slowly lower down. Maybe practicing bringing the palms together at the heart through,
over time. Breathe, breathe, breathe, wherever you are. Then slowly we’ll come back up if you’re down.
Joining our friends who are here. And then we squeeze the left knee towards the heart.
Resist the urge to just fall out of it, try to stay in control. And then exhale, release,
and shake it off. Awesome. We’re gonna take it down to the ground
now. Beautiful work, everyone. It’s our 18th day so we’re a little crazy. Like our 18th
birthday. So if that was fun then great. If it was frustrating, moving on. All good. Here we go, to the front of our mat if you’re
not there already. Inhale, reach it up, and nice refreshing breath out as we forward fold.
Shake the head yes, shake the head a little bit no. Then inhale, halfway lift. And exhale,
breathe down. Awesome. We’re gonna plant the palms, step the toes back, lower the knees,
swing the legs to one side, and we’ll come on to seated. Great. Go ahead and shift your
weight all the way to your back. I’ll move my mic here. Okay, hug both knees into the chest. Then
bring your palms to your knees and let’s take it wide here, so we’re gonna open up the knees,
breathe, keep the feet soft, breathe into the hips, keep it nice and easy, breezy beautiful.
Relaxing your shoulders and feeling your yoga mat support you, support your back. One more
breath here. Lengthen the tailbone down and out. Then we’ll slowly release the soles of the
feet to the mat, and slide the right leg down, followed by the left. Let your hands rest
gently on the fronts of your hip creases here, elbows relaxed down at your sides. Just take
a second to windshield wiper the toes. Back and forth, back and forth. Then we’ll slowly
release the right arm out, followed by the left. Take a couple seconds here to rock the
head gently side-to-side. If there’s anything else you’d like to do,
fulfilling the body before you relax today, do it now. Otherwise I’ll see you tomorrow.
Great work, my friends. Take good care. Namaste.


  1. Oh my gosh! I was doing really well with 40 – 80 minutes of yoga a day, but haven't been able to do any for upwards of a week now! I was able to fit in this video today, and during the session realized I can touch my toes in forward fold without bending my knees! I couldn't do that before my yoga break! I'm both confused and excited. Today's session felt really good. I should be going to sleep. I have to wake up in less than 8 hours, but I might squeeze in one more. Also, today my son turned 2! In that position towards the end, I was thinking how my being in that pose on this day two years ago was for quite a different reason! Ha.

  2. LOVE this one!! I'll come back to it for sure. The only way I can describe how I feel right now is PROUD. I'm progressing so much further than I thought I would, and my body is capable of doing amazing things! Who knew! Thank you Adriene 💕
    now if only I can get my heels to touch the mat during downward dog I'll be set 😜

  3. This was fun and challenging! Thank you.

  4. this was fun! I love balance poses. And I think you're incredible because you can sit with your foot on the hip!! Hope to be able to do that someday!

  5. Whoa, shorts! Nice stems

  6. Great balancing work, thank you for all that you do! 🧘‍♀️

  7. I was sooooo far off being able to do that balance pose…couldn't get my heel into the hip…practice practice I suppose

  8. Not that bad.

  9. Day 18 and I am feeling great! I feel slightly obsessed with yoga, and I love it! Thank you so much for being such an amazing, gentle teacher!

  10. Thank you for acknowledging that we might be frustrated by our balance practice….and to shake it off and move on! I did!

  11. Maybe someone could tell me what to do with this bum right hip. I do left side beautiful and have loss of rotation in the right. Suggestions?

  12. As people have mentioned below about a tear coming to their eye, well that didn't happen to me but as my ankle was up on my leg crease and I was able to bend over into a forward fold I felt such a feeling of joy and I was so proud of myself. I have never followed a 30 day anything in my life and ive just finished day 18!!. thank you Adriene, i've noticed changes in my body I didn't know could be possible. now i've to get these tight hips to stretch!! namaste!!

  13. At 17:55 I was not sure it was me doing that aasan! Thanks for making me realize what I am! What can I do! ✌️👍

  14. What is the name of that pose in the thumbnail??? It's challenging but so beautiful! I'm gonna keep practicing that one till I nail it!

  15. Am I the only one who is just super frustrated everyday when I can't do something Adriene can do? Like, I'm probably double the size of her and nothing I do seems to be close to what she can do. Everyone in the comments seems to have so much fun but I mostly just feel really tired or mad/sad during practice. I know I'm a big pessimist.

  16. It's crazy how much easier planking has gotten for me….I actually enjoy it for brief periods! Thank you Adriene, yoga is life changing and I am only 18 days in!

  17. My day 30 will be New Years Eve. Loving this practice. Thank you, Adriene!

  18. I enjoy working on my balance ❤❤❤

  19. Jesus lord have mercy im so tight from my legs i cant even bent pver more then 4 inch 🙄

  20. Wonder Yoga indeed. I enjoyed this practice. Thank you Adriene 🙏💐

  21. Ohh this is my favorite day.. I'm in a happy, calm place thanks Ms Adirene ❤️i love you❤️🌹

  22. Im doing it in 2019 and it is so great program thank you adriane ❤

  23. I can’t believe I was able to do what you just made me do! Thank you, Adriene, for showing me what I can be capable of. Looking forward to more <3

  24. Firs position that I couldn't do it. :/
    But is ok, My body and soul it's getting better and better each day of yoga.
    Thx Adriene from Brazil


  26. Namaste from Finland! I was SO PROUD of myself after successfully bending over with fingertips touching the ground in that balancing posture. Never thought I could do it, but I did it on both sides, yay! Just wanted to thank you with all my heart even tho I'm hopping on this train 4 years late: this 30 day yoga journey has already helped my body and mind a lot and I think I'll start with another one of your 30 day yoga programmes after finishing this one. THANK YOU ADRIENE, you've taught me to love yoga and to listen to and appreciate my body. <3

  27. Doing this in 2019! Had a super weird moment today when I tried to lift my leg just for fun behause why not just casually lift your leg up high, right? But then it went higher and higher without any difficulties! I just watched it and said „LOL what the hell is happening to my body?!“
    THIS is happening, Yoga is happening and i am completely fascinated how big of an effect those 18 days have had!
    I will reward myself with a Yoga mat on day 30, cant wait!
    Thanks for being an awesome guide on this jorney✨🧘‍♀️

  28. DAY 18, LET'S GOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!

  29. Who's doing this in 2019? Lemme hear ya!

  30. What did you mean by: "joining our friends who are here" at 18:23 ?

  31. I lack motivation when it comes to exercising. I am able to motivate myself to do your 30-day challenges. Thank you for helping me be ok with where I am now.

  32. This practice was one of the first times I really felt comfy in (and looked forward to!) warrior. I love how fast-paced but fun day 18 is ♥️ #30daysofyoga

  33. 17:55 i can’t believe that I did it

  34. This session was soo yummy! Namaste 🙏🏾

  35. Hey, I'm loving doing your 30 days of yoga…..this is a first for me, but I've noticed that you often start doing exercises with the right leg, and I'm always waiting to balance it up with the left leg, but it then moves onto something else? Is this just me?

  36. I started my yoga 30 days since 2019/2. I did not stick it everyday but almost every day. I can feel awesome after each yoga practice. Like today, it was lesson 18, I can totally felt the “soft”and “stillness” inside my body and full awareness of breath. It was fantastic I have to say. Actually, I tried yoga when I was in Thailand but to be honest, I did not keen on it even i did not like it. I did not stretch my body just like freak lol.anyway, I love it now,even though I cannot do it well as tv shown. I can not touch the floor .. haha but who cares! I enjoy the spark joy in the present !!!

  37. I loved this one! I think it's my favourite so far. Thank you very much for everything!

  38. Omg Adrienne! I'm ecstatic right now and can't believe it. I totally though I would fail the balancing poses, because I'm so new to Yoga and don't have a lot of strength in my legs, but I DID IT ALL, the balancing on one leg, the forward fold and squatting AND getting up again without tumbling. I think maybe someone switched out my body or something, I'm honestly so happy right now. Thank you!😍

  39. wtf happened I was just listening to The Doors now this woman is on my screen breathing deeply

  40. Today I managed to do this yoga. I really felt terrible, I wasn't in the mood. I've had anxiety and just felt low. Even during the first half I just had to horrible feeling but during the second half I felt more relaxed and calm. Just this thought of finishing it. I was shocked to see that I could put my leg up then slowly go down. I think I'm building strength. 🙏💪🤔😊

  41. Would this be too challenging to do first thing in the morning ? Don’t want to stretch the wrong way or do anything too hard to start the day but this looks super amazing!

  42. Obrigado!

  43. My 88th day of yoga….loved today.

  44. Warrior poses certainly getting better!

  45. Greetings Adriene 😊Going on day 18 wonder yoga YEY 🙆thank you!! 🌝💞 Ashanti 🙏

  46. My cat joined me at the end when I was lying down…omg, she's never done that, she used to be scared of stepping on the yoga map, adorable <3

  47. Thanks Adri ene for today 🙂

  48. Anyone who's doing it this 2019? give me fire

  49. 4/10/2019 I am an English learner. I just aimed to learn some vocab but your videos have taken me here mentally and physically. Awesome. Have a nice day and find what feels good today, at this moment. That's why it is called present.

  50. It has been 18 days now.. I am loving it. That posture was new for me and I am really happy that I was able to do it. Thanks Adriene. 🙂

  51. I adopted a kitten yesterday and today this 21 minute practice took me more than half an hour because the little thing wanted attention nd kept crying and walking around while I was trying t do a pose. Also, she bit my big toe at the end in shavasana.

  52. day 18 done ✅

  53. ACK!! …my poor fat gasping body lmao 🙂 …when you said Day 18 Adriene I did not know you were going to twist our bods into the number 8 😀 LOL Oh well. Just gonna push through the threshold resistance and cruise on down the other side to when I happily reach my — "YO! this ain't too bad… I feel good" — easy plateau.

  54. I love this practice! Thank you so much!

  55. That was very nice. The balance poses are such a challenge for me but I loved this pose because of the hip stretch, it feels so good! I can’t wait to be able to maintain balance long enough to fully enjoy that stretch. Thank you, Adriene!

  56. Loved day 18, I suffer from hip pain and tightness when I run so really good to get those deep stretches in!

  57. Awesome 😊

  58. A balancing pose. Cool. I like them.
    Fold forward. Okay.
    Go down. I like that.
    And up… Okay. Now I'm stuck. So this is my life now. 😅

  59. Thank you 🙂

  60. Day 18!

  61. Day 18 done.

  62. I felt an upwelling of emotion when the music started playing today… what is happening to me…

  63. So, Yoga day 170, closing in on 200 now. With quite a bit of travelling with work some of it has been done in hotel rooms with not nearly enough floor space. Thanks for the lessons so far.

  64. Day 18 done 😍

  65. Sorry for being late. This is great! You are great. I love the happy energy that you spread. Thank you!

  66. I was kinda bummed out that I missed yesterday but I was with family. Then I realized yoga isn’t a race, it’s a marathon. A change of pace, change of thought, change in body and in your lifestyle. As long as I come back to center, right Adriene? 💪🏽 Day 18 ✔️ #consistency

  67. Thank you so much 🙏🏻

  68. That was great fun!! Balance is getting better but needs a lil work!! Have a great day Namaste!

  69. I love balancing postures. I see so much progress in it. It makes me feel good. 🙂

  70. Woa challenging! Thank you 🙏

  71. So yummy, liked this new pose 🙂

  72. Thanks 😊😊😘😘😘

  73. I still cant touch the mat with my heels when I'm doing downward facing dog, but I hope I will be able to do it on day 30!🤞🏻I'm proud of myself because I was able to touch the mat with my hand while doing that new position with one leg near the hips and today I did my yoga practice in the morning for the first time! day 18✔️

  74. Done ✅
    Thank you 🙏🏻

  75. That was a sweaty one today, wow

  76. This is an awesome one! WOW! I just did a review on my first 30 consecutive days of yoga with Adriene and am looking forward to 30 more! I extra love this flow. Awesome.

  77. Hi Adriene! Here today and thankful! Long weekend and I feel like my day isn’t complete unless Im on the mat. Thank you always!

  78. Thank you so much, sending much love

  79. Before the practice I was upset and now, after practise with you, I'm relaxed and happy❤️thank you ❤️

  80. My head when she went down on the one leg squat 🤯🤯🤯

  81. Not an easy one… the balancing exercises are super challenging… but I liked it and will do it again!

  82. Thank you lovely are the most Fabulous Wonderful..:-)

  83. Made it to 18 straight days!! Proud of us all!!! Thank you, Adriene.

  84. Was very sluggish today and very sleepy but still did it to make myself feel better. So glad I did! I didn't have the best balance throughout the whole practice and took some long pauses throughout. My vinyasa is getting better, I can move from cobra or upward facing dog to downward facing dog more easily now then I did at the beginning. I have taken a few days off here and there because of different circumstances but jumped right back in when I could! This challenge has helped me so much and we're still only on day 18. My doctor told me that I needed to lose weight and gain a lot more muscle in my back and he suggested yoga. I then found Adriene and I will never be the same! Super grateful for Adriene and everyone in the comments with all the support <3

  85. I made it to day 18 and even if I'm not able to keep my balance (yet) and I feel like a potato trying to dance, I keep trying. Maybe one day I'll do it. Or not. I don't care that much: is like my body is alive and talking to me as it never did it before. Thank you Adriene.

  86. Who's doing this in 2019? Day 18 was my favourite practice yet! I felt so much more flexible and I just can't believe what my body is able to do now. Feeling better than ever! Thank you Adriene!!

  87. for some reason i have had no motivation !!!??? but back on 👣 and happy with balance 🙏

  88. Great workout today! Day 18 ❤️

  89. I feel like connecting more to my body than before. I look at the mirror on the wall and I'm fascinated of how my body looks when it works

  90. I actualy screamed "yes, i did it" (after being able to do the squad part), oops

  91. First time jumping all the way from forward fold to plank! <3

  92. Thank you, teacher.

  93. Dude I am still doing it. Not given up 🙂

  94. I can balance and do everything perfectly on the left side of my body, but the right just won't do. I tried starting with the right first but it didn't work either haha… our bodies are really wonders

  95. Standing and folding one leg half lotus I enjoyed a lot!! When I saw the thumbnail I thought wow we're doing this! ! I dont think I got even halfway to folding lol u really showed ur flexibility with that move Adriene 🙂 awesome ty namaste xxx

  96. I looked at the video duration and thought it would be long. But every single time I find myself wanting more as the practice comes to a close. Just shows how uplifting the practice is. You’re a wonderful teacher, Adriene! All the love my tiny heart can handle! 💖

  97. i really enjoyed this practice today – was just what i needed. thanks adriene!

  98. Wooo!! thankyou so much xxx

  99. my left ankle was broken to pieces 5years ago…cant do any balance on left foot or even bend my knee little more…its frustrating 🙁

  100. Great practice as always. I can't thank you enough so I'll just say my thanks again. ❤️Here we go: Thank you, Adriene. I really appreciate each day of yoga practice with you, makes me feel so alive and relaxed. Just plain amazing, such wonder. 😉

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