Dedicate – Day 17 – Learn | Yoga With Adriene


– Hi everyone and
welcome to Dedicate, your 30 day yoga journey. It’s Day 17. You’re doin’ awesome! Today’s practice is
what it’s all about. Today we live and we learn. (bright music) Alright, my friends. Are you ready to rumble? Just kidding. I apologize if you
just woke up (laughs), if the sun’s
not up yet (laughs). Hi, let’s begin on our backs. This is gonna be
good if the sun’s not up yet and
you’re practicing. We’re gonna begin
(throat clearing) supine. Oh Benji took a
lie down as well. And we’re gonna take a second to bring our hands to our belly before we even get moving I just want you
to relax everything into the earth. Close you eyes. Make a wish and blow out the candlelight. Just kidding
Take a deep breath in here. Close your eyes. Somehow Boyz II Men
always comes out in like the second half
of this project (laughs). So, there we go. And just be. Just allow
whatever you’re coming to the mat with to be
here with you (laughs). No hiding, no tucking it away. No ignoring a busy mind
if you have a busy mind. Just acknowledge your thoughts. If your heart is
feeling a little tender, notice that too. Do you want to
maybe if that’s the case you bring just
one hand to your heart. One hand to your belly,
one hand to your heart. Alright, if you’re
sleepy don’t you worry. We’re gonna get
moving here but do allow yourself just a
moment here to just be. Because why? When we get in the
habit of simply allowing, when we’re more
open and available, for whatever life
lessons are coming our way. Whatever’s rising up, coming up to the
surface to reveal itself and ultimately
teach us, guide us. If you have not already,
take a nice deep breath in. Think of this one as a nice cool refreshing breath
as you breath in. And maybe out through the mouth. Then slowly bat
your eyelashes open. Take a look up at your space,
wherever you are. So maybe you’re indoors,
maybe you’re outdoors. Maybe you are at home. Maybe you’re not in your ideal yoga space but you know what? You’re dedicated
to this practice and to this journey
so you made it work. Maybe you’re on holiday. Maybe you’re
squeezing this is early in the morning or late at night. Wherever you are,
open your eyes and just take in your space
as you slowly rock the head gently
side to side, ear to ear. Nice and slow. Taking in the quality of light. The quality of
air wherever you are. Getting a little massage on the back of the head, the neck. And starting to
stretch out through the neck as you sync up with your breath. Aw man, I just saw
one single leaf fall. Beautiful. Alright, then bring
your head back to center and when you’re
ready you’re gonna inhale, reach the fingertips
up behind the head. Spread the fingers,
spread your toes. Take a deep breath. Just a nice
good morning stretch. Even if it’s not the morning. That awakening. That feeling of ah,
I’m alive (laughs). Okay then take one more
breath here wherever you are. And on an exhale I go both knees at the same time
or one knee at a time. I’m gonna hug the
knees in the chest, start to feel that lengthening, that stretch through
the lower back bod and if it feels good take
some soft easy movement here. So we’ve already
built a little bit of a vocabulary here together. You can bring the
nose up to the knees. You can draw circles
one way and then the other. You can take the
knees in opposite direction for a more grand
(laughs) gesture. And maybe you’re
tired and the body’s heavy and it’s just some exquisite
stillness here as you breathe. And best you can allow yourself to let go of whatever
came before this moment, this practice, this session. And best you can to
your best ability give yourself permission
to put any worry, any problems that
you need solutions still, any conversations,
anything on your To-Do list politely put it on
hold and let’s remember that although the
physical practice here provides so many just never
ending physical benefits, which we’re gone get today inevitably, there’s also just
this great opportunity to remember that at home yoga, daily yoga is just, in my opinion of course, the most wonderful way to
get in touch with yourself, to continue to
be a student of life and of art and of the world. Right? Never not
learning as I like to say. So when you start to think of your practice through that lens, through that peep
hole everything changes because you really are able
to drop your expectations, drop any judgment which we tend
to have a lot of inevitably. We’re human. And just focus on the learning. The getting to know yourself. The process. The journey. Cue Soul Rising.
Okay, just kidding (laughs). Here we go.
Take a deep breath in. On your exhale,
hug on to your right knee and send your left
leg up towards the sky. Flex your left
toes towards your face, take a deep breath
in and on an exhale slowly slide your left
leg down an imaginary wall. So with control. We start
to wake up the lower belly, the muscles of
the abdominal wall and you’re gonna
left that left heel just hover over the earth as you continue to
scoop your tailbone up. Notice if you’ve
become a little bit tight or clenched in the shoulders
here keep ’em nice and relaxed. Great, inhale in. Exhale to release. Kiss the left leg to the earth,
then inhale in again. Breathe with me. Exhale, contract.
Navel to spine. Hug the lower abs in and peel
the nose up toward the knee. Don’t even have to come close. Again, no judgment. Love your body, love yourself. Be kind. Remember, be sweet. Breathing deep. Nose lifting up
towards the knee. Okay, one more breath. Feeling that compression in
your right lower stomach organ. Alright and then slowly release. Breathe with me.
Inhale that big expansive breath bringing
in all four sides of the torso and then exhale
taking the right knee over towards the left
side of your yoga mat. Maybe doing a little
shift to the hips to the right and then find
what feels good here. Maybe opening up
through the right hand. Relaxing through
the shoulders again. Maybe you wanna
give an added layer of touch today by
petting the outer edge of your right thigh,
that IT band. Good. Take one more inhale here. Cool. On an exhale slowly bring
it back to center with control. Check it out. From here
you’re gonna hug the right knee now up towards the right
shoulder just best you can. So kind of going from the center of the chest to
the right shoulder. Breathe deep here. Notice where you
might’ve tightened up in this transition and see if
you can just soften and relax. Usually in the shoulders,
the hips or the ankles. (chuckles) And then we’re
gonna take the right hand to the right inner arch for
a little One-Legged Stirrup. So you’re gonna
grab the right arch. If the hand doesn’t go there
don’t worry you’re not alone. You can just
grab the shin or you can even grab a pant leg
here and use it to (laughs), hoist yourself up.
So, just keep learning. Focus on the process. It’s all good. Wherever you are
you’re gonna work to shine the sole of your
right foot up towards the sky. Breathe in. If you feel anything
pinching or pulling here, just back off a
little bit and use your breath to lead the way. So the right hamstring is
getting some sunshine here. We’re breathing
deep into the belly. We’re drawing
the shoulders down. This is a big gesture so let
the breath be big and full. And then slowly release. Dig the right
heel into the earth and then send the
right leg all the way out. Cool. Take a deep breath in,
wiggle the toes. Exhale. Let everything go. Alright. Now either
both knees at the same time again
or one at a time, just be mindful
of your low back. We’ll connect to the core.
Give yourself a big hug. Squeeze the knees
up towards the chest. Feel your low back
supported by the earth. Take a deep breath in. Hug your left knee
in towards your chest. Send your right leg up high. Take a second. Let the blood flow. Yoga is so good for
improving circulation. I’m a little bit
now with yoga I find where we’re tending to
focus on singular parts right? Core, arms, stress relief. But the beauty of yoga is
it’s incredibly multi-faceted and the more you
show up for yourself, the more beneficial it becomes. So even something
as simple as this, allowing the blood to
flow in the opposite direction. Mmm. Cool, and let’s
light a little tiny match in the belly as you
squeeze the left knee in. Inhale in. Exhale. Integrate. So slowly slide your right
foot down an imaginary wall. Notice what happens. Your center’s gonna
want to give way here. So keep the little match lit. That little candle burning. Slowly let the right heel hover. When you get there
breathe, breathe, breathe. Feel that low belly turn on. Then inhale in. Exhale. Let the right
knee kiss the earth. The right heel, sorry,
kiss the earth (laughs). Kinda Zen’d out. Okay. Scoop the right knee, no. (laughs) Scoop your left,
sorry guys, I gotta do it. Bring your left knee
in towards your heart. Beautiful. Take a deep breath in. Long breath out. Then hug the
lower abs in and peel the nose up toward the knee. Head to knee. Recline, head to knee. Not even kidding,
in traditional yoga they call this
Wind Relieving Pose. Very beneficial. So, if we are massaging some of your internal organs, be free, dear one. Always good to start at
the right side compression, finding compression
in the right side of the organ first,
before the left. You’re here for one
more cycle of breath. Probably (laughs). I’m trying to figure out what
I’m talking about (laughs). Alright, take one more inhale. Use your exhale
to release it down. Good. Then we’ll
take the left knee and guide it over
towards the right. Follow your breath. Nice Supine Twist here. So find what feels good. The reason I love
find what feels good, versus the mantra
do what feels good is I love that the find really, to me it helps, guide me to remember
that it’s not about the doing. It’s really about showing
up and being present and finding what
feels good in this moment. So not what felt good yesterday and not what feels
good tomorrow but now. Right? Be here now. Take one more
breath here in your twist. And then use your breath
to guide you back to center. Here we go. Left knee now up
towards the left shoulder. Check it out.
Just explore and then left hand to the left inner arch or maybe the ankle or the
shin or the pant leg. Still keeping
awareness and a little bit of grounding in my right leg. Right femur may be
pressing down to the earth. Thigh pressing down to the earth and then as
you’re ready kick it up. Sole of the
left foot to the sky. If you’re feeling this
in your sacrum, low back another option is to
just bring your right knee up and right foot to the ground. And then take one
more audible breath here. And then you release. Okay. Dig your left
heel into the earth. Send both legs out long. Hands come to the earth
now or underneath the bum. Inhale in. Exhale, navel draws down to the
spine as you lift the legs up. Beautiful. Baby pulses here as you flex
your toes towards your face and we’re just
working lower belly. So lower abdominals here.
Baby pulses. And they really
are so small you almost kind of feel like
you’re hiding them, right? So not a huge gesture
that’s gonna come in to the mid back in a way
that we don’t want. So little baby pulses and I find too to connect
this to the subtle body, close your eyes
or soften your gaze and see if you
can just feel it out. Try and detect
connection in the low belly. In fact if your hands don’t need to be on the
ground you can bring them to your low
belly and really feel that. Or begin to feel that. Just baby lifts with the heels,
with the tail. And then before you
give up on yourself, like, “I’m not
feeling anything,” this takes time so just
stick with it here for a bit. You got it. I can hear my stomach
making some interesting noises so I think our little warm up
(laughs) worked for the stomach. Okay, hopefully by
now we’re starting to light a little
candle in the low belly. Flex your toes
towards your face. Feet towards the sky. Soles of the feet
towards the ceiling. Mhmmm. Tuck you chin slightly. Lengthen through
the back of the neck. You’re doin’ awesome. And let’s stay
with it for three, two, why is she counting so slow? One. Awesome. Bend the knees.
Cross one ankle over the other. Grab either the outer
edges of your feet here or you can use your peace
fingers to grab you big toes. And bend your
elbows left to right, whatever variation and if that
doesn’t work maybe the shins. Not the band but grab your shins and we’re gonna rock and roll up and down the
length of the spine. Take your time. You’re gonna rock all the
way through to all fours. Great, and then from
here Tabletop Position. You’re gonna bump
your hips to the left and take your gaze
towards your right shoulder. Beautiful. Inhale. Come back to center. Bump the hips to
the right and take your gaze past
your left shoulder. Should feel good
after this week’s practices. Come back to center. This time curl
your right toes under. Send the right toes back. Find extension in the right leg. Take a loving breath here. You’re doin’ great
and on an exhale, we’re gonna draw a line with the right toes
all the way around off the left side
of your mat and then once again look
past your left shoulder. Deep breath in. Bring it back in to center. Tabletop. Curl the left toes under.
Kick it out. Same thing. Inhale. Exhale, draw big semi circle
all the way around. Turn to look past
your right shoulder. Mhmmm, mhmmm. Great. Inhale in. Exhale, come back to center. Pause. Look at the video. Benji’s boat watching today. He’s the watch, the boat watch. We’ll have to get him a boat outfit. Maybe a life vest
or a hat or something. Just kidding,
I don’t dress him up. Tabletop. Deep breath in here. On an exhale,
curl the toes under. Again we’re working to connect
to that low belly today. So, upper arm bones rotate out to support. Inhale in.
Gaze straight down. Nice and long in
the back of the neck and on an exhale lift the knees and let them hover,
Hovering Table. Breathe. Notice where your thoughts go. We’re learning not
just about our bodies in this process
but how our minds work. Are we working for ourselves or are we working
against ourselves? Deep breath in. Long breath out. Two more. Inhale in. Exhale out. Low belly draws in. Inhale. Exhale. And slowly lower to the earth. Awesome work. From here you’re gonna
kick the right toes out. Take a deep breath in. And on an exhale knee to nose. Kick the right toes out.
Take a deep breath in. Exhale, knee to nose. Inhale, kick it out. Exhale, knee to nose. Inhale, kick it out. Exhale, Tabletop Position. If you need a
break in the wrists just take a quick break here. Rotate the wrists one
way and then the other. With regular practice
and with that mindfulness and integrity that I know
you are already working with, this is gonna change, right? But it takes some time. So if you are feeling
like your wrists are goin’ on for a
rollercoaster ride, they kind of are, okay? We’re gonna continue to
tend to them lovingly. (kissing) Okay, here we go. Back to all fours. Curl the left toes under.
Send it out. So we’re not lifting today. We’re just kind of
giving the low back a little bit of a break. Because I know
what’s ahead, mwah ha ha. No I’m just kidding.
Not today. But lets be mindful
of the low back, right? 30 days of yoga is real. So send your left toes back. Inhale in. Exhale, knee to nose. Inhale, left leg extends. Exhale, knee to nose. Inhale. Extend. Exhale. Try to really target the
abdominal wall, the low belly. Inhale, extend. Exhale, bring it
back into center. Awesome. Big toes to touch. Knees nice and wide. Send it back. Extended Child’s Pose. Tuck the chin,
forehead comes to the earth. Do what you want with
your hands here. So you can reach,
keep active arms by reaching, reaching, reaching. You can soften, find that grace. You can take Namaste Shark Fin. Feeling that opening a little bit deeper
through the shoulders and that stretch in the triceps. And then listen. Find your breath. And just spend a couple
moments with yourself here. Not doing anything and if
this posture’s not right for you to have this reflection,
you can just make an adjustment. Find your pose to be still and close your
eyes and surrender. Okie doke. Tuck the chin.
Slowly roll it up. Come back to all fours. Last little bit. Walk the knees in towards each other. Take your time, take your time. Then from here lift the toes. Squeeze the ankles together or you can cross the
ankles for style points. Find that Dunda. Remember Dunda
stands for stick or staff. Upper arm bones rotate out. We lengthen the tailbone towards the backs of the
knees and we find that connection of lower
belly and upper abdominals coming in to the midline.
Coming to one. Okay? Inhale, look forward. Exhale, bend the elbows. Try to keep them hugging into the side body
just a bit as we send the gaze forward
halfway down we go. Press up. Here we go. Two more. Slowly lower halfway down. Inhale in. Exhale, press up. Just one more, that’s it.
Inhale. Exhale. Inhale to lower. Pause and exhale to press up. Awesome work. From here walk the knees up. Cross the ankles if
they aren’t already. Come through to Sukhasana. Ah. Stack your head over your heart, your heart over your pelvis. So today is the
day that we stamp, or remember. Stamp this process, with the intention
to just keep learning. Whatever happens if
you miss a day, it’s okay. I always say you can do
the 30 days in 365 days. But if you’re on a roll
let’s keep it goin’, right? We can do it. When you’re ready
bring your hands together. We’re gonna just create a
little bit of energy here. (hands rubbing) By rubbing the palms
together create a little heat. (hands rubbing) Yoga. A practice to live by, right? Live and learn. Each day we show up
we find something new. This opportunity to just be true to ourselves
each time we wake up. Easier said than done,
I know, but that’s why we’re here together
supporting one another. Love you so much. I’ll see you tomorrow. We have an
amazing practice tomorrow but for now
ride the wave of your breath and have an amazing day. I love you. Namaste. (bright music)

100 Comments

  1. Daily at-home yoga provides the most incredible opportunity to get in touch with all parts of your self.
    It provides us the time and space to commit and re-commit to being a student of life, of art, and of the world.
    Never not learning.
    When you start to think of your practice through this lens, everything changes.
    You are able to drop any expectations and judgement and just focus on the learning.
    The experience.
    Live, learn, and lean in!
    I hope you enjoy it.

  2. Just completed this on holidays in Tokyo! I had been feeling so much anxiety about trip (will I get to see and do all the things I want??). This made me take a step back and be aware of my breath, awareness that I'm in a beautiful country. I think I needed a moment to get out of my head and into my heart.

  3. I just completed this session and I cant describe how blissful and satisfied I feel. Iam very grateful to Adriene for giving everyone such a beautiful yoga class.

  4. This day was so yummy!! I love seeing the progression in my body physically and mentally. Thanks Adriene 🙂

  5. Lovely. Thank you, Adriene! 💚🌈 to all. Benji, too!

  6. I did this yesterday after an enjoyable day out and then a show… got two tomorrow but I’m gonna find time to keep this up… I’m getting stronger and I love it!!!

  7. I'm a bit late to the Dedicate party, but this has been my favorite video yet! Love all the different hip openers!!

  8. Sometimes when I go to church after a long time away, I find that the message is just what I needed to hear. That happened in today's practice. I've been really finding it hard to come to my mat every day, and I told myself this morning that it'll be ok, just try to finish. (I've actually never finished an entire one of Adriene's 30-day journeys). And then at the end of the video today – reassurance. "Your 30 days could be in 365 days." Lord, I love you Adriene. Thanks for being there for us.

  9. Day 17 “in the books”! I’m striving to complete this in 30 days. Today my body was tired and I fell asleep before finishing my daily Yoga. I awoke about 2 hours later and thought to myself that there was something I needed to do. So, here I am finished with day 17 at 1:48am. #YogaAnywhere #YogaAnytime #PeaceAndBlessings

  10. Thank you thank you thank you, Adrienne!! You are so awesome, so amazing, such an amazing teacher! I love you style, your personality! Just everything..you make me smile and laugh so thank you for being here! ☮🤗🌙🌈💫👯

  11. Adrienne, you are the best. Your giggles throughout put me at ease and made me laugh. And I’m doing yoga for the first time in my life. With your help/instruction, been doing it everyday since February 19th, even though I’m only on Day 17 of Dedicate. I use some of the shorter videos when I’m short of time, but I’ve shown every single day. And for me that’s a record. The changes in my body so far. Wow. Thank you! ❤️👍😁

  12. have been a student of yoga and martial arts for 30 years, always learning

  13. The topic of this video is "Learn" so I'd like to thank you for teaching me how to be a better ME 🙂 I want you to know that I have learnt a lot from you, Adrienne.
    It's more than a year that I have been following your videos and I adore all the moments I spend on yoga mat to LEARN more and more about myself.

  14. day 17 baby! thank you 🙂

  15. Dear Adriene, I don't know how you do it, but you always manage to make me smile from ear to ear :))) I love you, namaste 🌞

  16. Day 3: commit to day 17!😊

  17. Faith in universal energy restored! Just think: The span of time covered from production of this video, it's more probable practice in January, thru to now (and beyond) and yet Adriene says things magically applicable to an individual in the moment of practice. #grateful

  18. When you went "You're alive" I just started crying. Great to just get to release whatever stress I had been building up. Really felt that connection to the practice today. Thanks for making these <3

  19. I'm back again! Ok I'm gonna challenge myself to do they rest of the days in April! I think I can do it!!

  20. Awesome session, I’m sure you have something crazy planned ahead! LOL Namaste!♥️✌🏼👍🏼🙏🏻🙏🏻

  21. Just did 16 and 17 back to back as a Saturday afternoon practice-perfect! Thanks Adriene and Benji!

  22. I was going to skip the practice today, but after reading everyone’s positive comments it motivated me to get on the mat anyway. I’m so glad that I put self-care before my to-do list! This program has been amazing thus far! I’ve wanted to be more consistent in practicing yoga, and this foundational program that slowly builds on itself has really made a difference. It’s gentle and relaxing but I also feel challenged. Thank you.

  23. Always a new experience with you. The good thing I experienced is the amount of practice you have put in cause I was with you with your words at every step the thoughts feelings. As if you know what I am thinking or feeling. Guruji who knows what’s in my mind thank you sat sri Akal from India

  24. My husband walked in when you said "let that hamstring see the sunshine" ☀️ and we both had a chuckle. 😂. It would've been really good if he walked in when you said "wind releasing" pose though, haha! Thanks for the many smiles during this session! Love and Namaste 🙏 from upstate NY! 💖✌️💖

  25. I Love you too Adriene.. Namaste

  26. That was just beautiful and refreshing. Thank you so much !

  27. Your question about "are you hard on yourself " hit home! A theme I've heard lately…. thank you

  28. Repeat of Day 17 on the books! I loved the session today! Do you have a yoga video for my back, when I lay flat I feel it hurting kind of in the kidney areas, plus I have fat rolls like around my bra strap areas? The rolls are kind of sagging. Not to mention, the bat wings on my arms! Will those go away if I keep doing yoga or do I need to focus on the arms videos along with everyday yoga? UUg! Not flattering at all but I am 52 and its been 2 years of no exercise! Also, I've noticed I'm not losing weight, think that is because my muscles are coming out and toning due to yoga??? Thanks Adriene! Onto the abs and arms video!!

  29. Thank you Adriene! Love you 💗💗

  30. I am depressed (again). 6 months ago I started taking an herbal remedy and discovered this channel…I thought I was finally free, finally in control of my own emotions. Even my father who is a doctor asked what I had done to put my decades of depression in remission. I credited the herbs and the tools of yoga. (Now I know that was not the case, as I have not changed anything in my regiment. ) During this period I became engaged with things I have not done in years, but now I must find a way to disengage.(Example: I joined a string ensemble, no showed for two weeks of rehearsal, force myself to go last week, and now I can’t imagine how I will go again tomorrow. Especially considering the fact that I feel worse every day) It was amazing, and now that it’s over, the dark is even darker by contrast. I am on my 4th consecutive round of yoga camp. Although I am back in my all too familiar hole, For the first time ever I’m trying to rage against the dying of the light, so to speak. While I’m on the mat, it’s a bit better but the negativity has eclipsed everything . It’s awful. Yoga is gloriously powerful, but NOTHING can conquer the dark void of depression. Please do correct me if I am mistaken. (Please.)

  31. I wish every video will start and end with the Dedicate melody.

  32. Thanks Adriene, everything is good but you do not have shirts for men online why? I do yoga with you…

  33. Thank you!

  34. I’ve been enjoying these past few days of chill practices. Thank you Adriene!

  35. Adriene, what happend to your voice?

  36. I've just kissed my wrists during the practice, and then Adriene did the same. Girl, this self-love thing is starting to work. You tought me how to take care of myself, like no one ever did 😁😊❤ Love you so much. You are a blessing 😘 Sending hugs and kisses from Serbia.

  37. Day 17! Even though I am late to the party it still feels amazing reading all these comments after practicing. I feel like through doing this I'm finally really getting to know my body.

  38. I love you too Adriene! You are truly changing my life a day at a time!

  39. ''Find what feels good'' for me is also about letting go of the guilt of not being in a perfect pose or the best at all times. Thank you Adrienne <3

  40. WoW, I forgot hoe Nice this one was🙏🏻✨

  41. This practice was exactly what I needed this morning.

  42. Loving this series. Yoga is helping me with stress relief and nice bit of exercise, I'm building the habit of making a little effort to do something good for myself every single day. Thank you Adriene!

  43. Learned it…..thanks dear 😊😊😊

  44. I dont know why, but I wasn't able to sleep last night for even a second. i have my exams going on. and in the morning i was feeling so sleepy and tired, my head felt heavy. it has happened to me before and its the worst feeling😭 . still,i did this relaxing and wonderful practice. thankyou so much adriene for this amazing, amazing channel. love you❤️

  45. Truly felt that "I love you" at the end. Thanks for the reminder that its okay to take time to do something. Finally picked the end of this journey back up after taking a break to plan our wedding! So much love and so much learning to be had by all of us. I love you too, sister 😘🐞💜

  46. ADRIENE! Today was the first day in over a year of doing yoga that I whispered to myself "I love you" without you telling us too! This is huge!! I am so grateful for you and your practices!!!! XOXO

  47. Adriene, thank you for bravely bringing such lightness, humor, and heartfelt joy to all of us practicing with you around the world. Love to you from Maine! 🌊 ❤️ 🙏🏻

  48. You have a gift Adriene, and thank you for sharing it. Your daily practice has change me in a positive way. Many blessings and favor.

  49. Like you my novia

  50. I’m having a great time going thru this series with you (even though it’s after the fact!). Your sense of humor adds such a delightful tone to your videos, and I always adore Benji in the background. Thanks so much for all you do!

  51. So I am traveling and staying in this small room in a hotel. I did my yoga today on the bed 😀

  52. Nice booty!!!

  53. I love you Adriene. You are too funny, you are a gift. Thank you.

  54. Thank you thank you thank you so much Adriene!
    Namaste

  55. I think we the adriennites are ready for another 30 day practice , whip us into shape please.

  56. Lol hearing you say it might take 365 days to complete a 30 day yoga challenge and that’s okay made my day! Taking my time and loving the journey.

  57. Love you too amiga!

  58. 3rd time on Day 17! I can't believe I've been doing something physical for 60 plus days! This is amazing, I am proud of my commitment to me for the first time in my life sadly. But better late than never! Most days I hurt when I awake in the morning, I 52 soon to be 53 this year. I have done exercise in the past but it has been short-lived due to pain then complacency sets in and I am back where I started. So far with yoga, it's been challenging but makes me feel good. Must be a spiritual element to this that is helping me. Thanks, Adriene for being such a great mentor. I give thanks to you in my prayers every day. 😉

  59. I loved this….. so good for body and soul…. thank you sweet Adriene 🥰🙏

  60. Thank you so much

  61. Adriene you are SO funny!

  62. "Close your eyes, make a wish…" Thank you, You make me laugh. It is a great Day!

  63. I love your yoga class you’re one of a kind beautiful woman give my buddy a hug Benji Love always🌹🌹

  64. "Right the wave of your breath" Adriene

  65. I love it when you joke around Adriene. I've been to so many way too serious yoga classes.

  66. Day 17 in the books! Proud of ~*US*~ 🌼

  67. I couldn’t meet here yesterday so I did day 16 and 17 this morning. 17 felt 5 min long and I ended up crying for some of it. Needed that. I’m having a hard time at work being overlooked for the great job I do and of course corporate politics. Your message really grounded me. I can only love myself and do my best. What’s meant to be will be. I trust God sees all and he will make a way. Thanks.

  68. Happy Sunday Adriene 🌞 going on day 17 of dedicate!! Wow 140 days of ywa and everyday yoga with you! Wishing you a blessed Sunday thank you for your time and your energy! Namaste beloved friend

  69. This practice was so awesome! especially loved the where adriene said u can do 30 days of yoga in 365 days. i felt that since im still working through this challenge past the new year.

  70. THAT was so yummy. I remember the first time we tried the tabletop to lifted knees, I was shaking and barely made it a couple of seconds. I held out the whole time today! These accomplishments keep trickling in and are giving me such a rewarding feeling. Allowing myself to feel genuinely proud of where I am rather than impatient for some endpoint. It makes the journey itself the goal. Thank you!

  71. Best class ever! (I'm taking the 30 days in 30 weekends (ish) and enjoying each class, but this one was so perfect I had do comment. Thank you!

  72. Thank you for the wonderful yoga and everything you do I love you always I never forget my buddy Benji Love you as well🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹💍🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🧘‍♂️🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹💍

  73. just ordered one of those dedicate hoodies!

  74. I don't understand how these go so fast now!! 2hen I first started this, I felt like they dragged on! ( I enjoyed them but still) but now I find myself thinking really that's it? I look forward to our time together every day. Thank you so much for your kind words, knowledge and dedication to this community. Namaste.

  75. Today just wasn't my day,( I'm sick, and I can't relax because I have my parents coming into town and I have to clean my daughter's room so they can stay in there, I have a grad party I have to attend, and I have to entertain people all night.. like I said no time to relax.) So I told my fiance I'm gonna go do my yoga and he looked at me, and said good idea you always feel so much better afterwards. (Yes the people around me can physically see a change in my demeanor and my attitude after I do yoga with you.) And now, now I feel like I can conquer the world. Thank you for that.

  76. Can you please talk less/sing less in your videos?! It breaks the yoga flow….. thanks. I do enjoy your practice but when you add comments that don’t go with the practice it reminds me of Bethany Frankle’s yoga video, which I stopped doing because she became annoying with her additional comments non related to the practice.

  77. Catching up with Dedicate in mid-August! Really enjoyed the practice in the middle of a studying sitting at a desk staring into a screen day. A very welcome shift from head into body and soul.

  78. i don't know why but with every practice i have such a healthy thought process no judgment no sadness just serenity thank you Adriene ❤

  79. 4th time on Day 17! My back hurts when I lay flat and almost to the spasming stage. IDK I went through practice struggling. I also have had a crick in my neck for over 2 weeks now, yikes! Thanks, Adriene for these videos!

  80. Thank you for going to time out sharing your videos really nice of you have Benji by your side at Soko God bless the both of you mom said Babar wife🌹

  81. I had never in ny life both engaged the lower belly and felt serene at the same time. Tonight, I did.

  82. It's like you can read thoughts sometimes because you always find the right things to say.

  83. EVERY DAY I LOVE it MORE!!! addicted!<3

  84. Nice stretches today again and I felt the chord connecting lower ab to higher abdominal area. It was more fun today the more to make us stretch 🙂 Thanks for Day 17 Adriene! 🙂

  85. Day 17! Simply thank you today Adriene!

  86. Thank you so much for Indio exhale breathing Adriene Benji you’re my dog

  87. So grateful for finding you Adrienne!! You've introduced me to yoga and I'm already on my 17th day straight, I feel so accomplished. It's helping me so much to get me out of my anxiety and depression. I love how you make us be kind with ourselves and find what feels good. My cat loves watching you too! haha Love you!!!! You are a big inspiration

  88. I've already left a comment on a past video about a week a go, but I can't thank you enough for these lessons.
    It's really taught me about the importance of breathing mindfully, which has served my music and my social life immensely.
    I was always quite content, but your videos have helped me go beyond that contentment ; truly transcending.
    I'm so grateful.
    Thank you, Adriene

  89. I have two tiny kids that took turns being sick for 2 weeks and I stopped doing this during that. It feels so good to get back to it. Also to not be judged for taking that break. Love this channel.

  90. I love you Namaste"

  91. She’s got the giggles today 😆

  92. The end always comes too quick! This series is life changing.

  93. When a vlogger that you have never met in your life says “I love you” after offering you 25 mins of her life to support you and you actually believe her. Love you and your work Adriene.

  94. Amazing practice! What I learned on Day 17 is that i have truly gotten in touch with my inner mind. And it’s powerful! Always in my workouts before beginning this 30 day journey I’d push my body thinking that was the way to results. But I’ve learned that once mind connects to body, the benefits of my practice expand exponentially! Thanks Adriene & thanks fellow yogis! Namaste!!!

  95. what a beautiful session with a joyful, smiling, funny and loving Adriene! we love you too and thank you for all the peace you bring into our lives!

  96. Thank you! amazing practice, every day something new to Discover 🙂

  97. That's one of my favourite sayings. "We live and we learn." lol had to pause before the session just to comment. Excited about today's practice!

  98. Nothing is better than yoga after waking up with my body feeling so constricted and tight

  99. Love you with all my heart Adriene youto my buddy Benji give you both❤❤ love always

  100. Thank you for today's relaxing yoga practice. I did it with my brother watching me, laughing at this strange movement he's never once seen in his life. I tried getting him to do the lion's breath.

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