Dedicate – Day 23 – Joyful | Yoga With Adriene


– What’s up, party people?
And welcome to Dedicate, your 30 day yoga journey. It’s Day 23. And today’s practice
invites you to explore a joyful state. Hop into something comfy,
and let’s get started. (bright music) Okay, my friends,
welcome back to your mat. Benji’s here to
welcome you, as well. We’re so glad you’re here and today’s practice is
about finding the joy, the ease, the pleasure. So I really wanted to
call this day, “Pleasure.” That’s the underground
name for this practice. It is YouTube, so, you know,
we’re gonna call it joyful. Yesterday we explored Sthira,
this steadiness. Right? This alertness without tension. Today we’re gonna
layer on the good stuff. The ease, that Sukha. So, come on down to the ground,
come on down to all fours. And just want you to
keep that in mind, even as you come into
this first little posture, Tabletop Position. Let your breath
reflect that of Sukha, or ease. A joyful breath in and out. Let’s admit, sometimes
a breath can be, you know, hard, to deepen or to
just breathe consciously. It seems ridiculous
that breathing could be hard. Sometimes it can
feel rather arduous. See if you can find a soft,
light, easy breath today. Benji, come here! (smacks lips)
Come on, bud. So, as you start to
gently deepen your breath, you’re just gonna
slowly rock the hips. Tick-tock them a little,
side to side. Start to bring your
gaze down to the earth or soften your gaze, and
just land here on your mat. Breathing deep. Connecting perhaps
to that audible breath, that ocean sound. Awesome, then we’ll
bring the hip points right over the knees and
you’re gonna drop the elbows exactly where the hands were. And yep, you guessed it, we’re
gonna walk the knees back, finding our Anahatasana,
our Heart to Earth Pose here. A little Puppy Posture. Take a second to
notice how you feel as you stick your
tail up in the air, rotate through the pelvis,
and invite your heart to melt down to the earth. So, being aware of what a
joyful energy state feels like will take you places,
let me tell ya. So, find the joy today,
find the Sukha, the softness, the pleasure. Option here now to bring
that tick-tock of the hips back nice and slow. Listening to the
sound of your breath. Staying connected
through the hands and the tops of the feet. Should feel really yummy. Do it a couple more times. Breathe deeply. Alright, then here we go. We’re gonna carve
a line with the nose, slowly shift forward,
slide on into home base. Slide on into home as
you come to a Forearm Plank. And you’re like, “Girl, Forearm
Plank does not feel like home,” but can we find that? Can we take that approach? So finding that Sukha as
you breathe in and out here. Drawing a low belly in,
hugging the ribs in toward your spine. Take a deep breath in here and then exhale, soft landing. Slowly lower down. Slide the hands in
line with the rib cage, hug the elbows in. We’re gonna do this
with a little breath, so, little flows. You’re gonna press the pubic
bone down into the earth, tuck the chin,
inhale, rise up, Baby Cobra. Then exhale, forehead kisses
the mat, release. Good, twice more, inhale, find
a little wave of breath here. We rise and then
it crests and falls. Start with the
chin tucked into chest. Last one, inhale, rise. Exhale, slowly release. Beautiful,
forehead kisses the mat. We’ll curl the toes under,
press up to all fours. From here take a deep
breath in, curl the toes under, walk the hands out
as wide as your mat, and then peel,
so find a softness, a pleasure, as you
peel the tailbone up, changing the
quality of your movement. Perhaps coming up in a
Downward Dog in a new way, with a new sensibility,
or at least being open to it. Beautiful, peddle it out,
head below the heart here, we breathe a
little bit differently. Differently, differently. Alright, doing great. From here, inhale to
bend the knees, look forward. Exhale to step
to the top, rag doll. So, take a nice
wide stance today, feet hip width apart or
just a little bit wider, and bend your knees generously,
grab opposite elbow, and let’s love on
the lower back here. Breathe in deep here,
knees are bent. Sending some love
to the low back body. And then you can find a
soft and easy sway here. Get into it,
find the joy. And then
we’ll come back to center. Release, moving with the breath. Inhale, halfway lift,
find length. And exhale, find a softness
as you bring it back down, Forward Fold. Beautiful,
walk the feet in just a bit. Plant the palms,
step it back to Plank. So, now, marrying that
steadiness from yesterday with a little softness,
a little joy. Breathing in. Breathing out as you
press away from the yoga mat. You’re here for one more breath.
You’re doing awesome. Deep breath in. Feel free to lower the
knees here if you like. We’ll hug the elbows in and
lower all the way to the belly. Beautiful,
fingertips are going to, sorry, got excited, come off the mat here,
we’re gonna press into the tops of the feet. Hey, buddy! And here we go.
(laughs) Perfect! We’re gonna draw the
shoulder blades together, press into the pubic bone,
inhale, tuck the chin. Move with your
breath like a wave. Inhale, it cascades
all the way up. And exhale, it falls. Twice more, inhale, we rise up, nice and slow. Exhale, riding the wave,
got into it, sorry. Inhale one more time,
we rise up with the breath. And exhale, find what feels good as you release with care. Bring the hands
underneath the shoulders, curl the toes under, press up
to all fours or Plank Pose. Beautiful, Downward Facing Dog. Find your breath again. Listen to the wisdom of your
heart here, not your brain. Beautiful,
draw the low belly in. Slowly coming through the spine, back to that Plank Posture,
we got this. Can also be here in Half Plank. We’re breathing deep. Toes are as wide
as the hip points, so I have a nice wide base here. I’m gonna inhale,
press into the left palm, come onto the outer
edge of my left foot, inner arch of my right foot,
reach for the sky, grab something, then
bring it all the way back. Come through, Plank, and then
take it to the other side. Opening up, reach up,
find a softness in the fingers, then bring it back.
Turning to the left, inhale, reach for the sky. Exhale, bring it down. Turning to the right,
give yourself an image. Like, picking a piece
of fruit off the tree. And then say, thank you
and then come back down. Okay, and to the left,
keep it going. Alright, and if
you have it in you, do one more
on each side. You got it. Tick-tocking back and forth. Alright, come
back to your Plank. Inhale then shift forward.
Exhale, lower to your belly or in my case, Benji’s butt,
and then inhale. Bhujangasana, exhale, release. Beautiful, from here
press to all fours. Bring the big
toes together to touch. Knees as wide as the mat. Inhale to drop the belly. Look forward, let your
heart energy radiate forward, and then exhale to send it
back, Extended Child’s Pose. Melt your heart to the earth,
close your eyes, and breathe. Inhaling lots of love in. Exhaling lots of love out. So our practice, in particular
the Hatha yoga asana practice teaches us how to
marry effort and ease, strength and grace, stability, a firmness, but not without joy. On your next breath in,
carve a line with your nose to look froward, and then breathe
out as you lift your heart walk your knees underneath you,
send your legs to one side, any side,
and come to a seat. Send your legs out
in front, Dundasana. So, find that
stick or that staff, that image in the spine. Lift your chest. It’s a breezy day, so the
wind is blowing the trees. And we’re in Texas, and the
pecans are dropping on the house and dropping all around. If you hear one,
that’s what that is. It’s really beautiful.
Texas pecan tree. Draw your shoulder blades
together, lift your chest. Inhale in here. Exhale, lift your
heart even more as you relax your
shoulders down. Really active in the body. And inhale to reach the
fingertips all the way up. Big beach ball overhead. Exhale to take the thumbs back,
pinkies forward, and lift your
heart up towards the sky. Beautiful, inhale in again. Exhale, feel free to bend the
knees as much as you need to as you take that big
beach ball up and over, draping the belly
toward the tops of the thighs, sending your heart energy
forward, forward, forward, forward until we come
into Paschimottanasana. Seated, extended Forward Fold. So, part of finding the joy, I think, is creating a practice in which you’re able to make it your own. See yourself. Be yourself. So with the head heavy here, there’s a softness in
the forehead and in the jaw. We’re gonna
pause here and breathe. And just, allow that to sink in. If it doesn’t resonate,
that’s okay, but part of finding the joy, for me, is giving myself permission to participate and engage in
activities and practices that support me being me. (chuckles) Authentically me. So, I’m not wearing
a disguise, or hiding. But I’m putting
myself in situations where I can
safely explore who I am so that I can get strong
and be steady within that, even on a really
windy day like today. Take one more
cycle of breath here, even if you’re
ready to come out, commit to one
more cycle of breath. Trust that everything
is as it should be, so that as we together release, and begin to rise,
rolling up through the spine. We lift the head,
and maybe, just maybe, find a little lightness. A little bit of
pleasure in this moment. Take any soft, easy
movement that you like here. Then we’ll send
the fingertips forward. Take a deep breath in,
and on an exhale you’re gonna take your
left hand to your right wrist or forearm and just
guide it across the body here. It should feel really
good after all of your Planks and beautiful conditioning
that we participate in to get strong,
but also to know thy self. If this is causing your
lower back to get fussy, you can just come to a
nice cross-legged seat. Okay, ready for a
little loopty-loo? Now you’re gonna slide
your right hand to your elbow. Check it out, bring it
all the way up and around, and your right hand’s gonna
come just to the upper back body as you feel a nice
stretch now in your tricep and your shoulder.
Breathe deep. Again, feel free
to cross the ankles. Cool, then inhale, reach all
the way up towards the sky, and exhale to release it down. Inhale, send the
fingertips forward. This time, exhale
right hand to the left wrist. We’re gonna take the
left arm across the body. So, maybe we’ve done this
stretch in gym a million times. Maybe not, but maybe. So what can you bring to
it that feels like yoga? Yoga, again not
just being the shapes but this kind of
feeling of oneness, of support. And maybe it’s just
breathing consciously. Maybe it’s lifting a little
bit up from the pelvic floor so you’re not
cruising in your low back. Maybe it’s just
finally realizing, “Oh, my gosh, this
is really precious time “that I’m spending with myself. “It’s gonna influence
all my other relationships “and all of my other tasks. “So proud and happy
I’m doing this for myself.” Right hand now, here we go,
little loopty-loo is gonna come to the left elbow and then slowly I’m
gonna lift that left elbow all the way up and over,
left hand comes to the small of the back
here, and I feel this awesome stretch in the tricep. Try to
keep lifting your heart here. We’re not here for long.
You’re doing great. Keep breathing. Again, our daily practice,
not just good for the physical body
but for our energy state, energetic state,
for the internal organs. For our mental health. Inhale in, reach the
fingertips all the way up. Exhale, send them forward. Slowly begin to roll down on
your back, take your time. If you’re wearing a mic pack,
slide it to the side so you don’t hurt your back. Just kidding, and
then slowly roll down. When you get there, ah, just let everything spill out. Let any stress or
tension just milt, melt. Not milt, melt. (chuckles) Take your arms
gently to your side. Take a deep breath in. And relax as you breathe out. Inhale in again, as you exhale
bring the palms to the earth. On your next inhale,
listen carefully, you’re gonna draw the
right knee all the way in and across towards your left
shoulder and then around, outer edge of the
right foot hits the ground and you release
the weight of your leg as you extend it out. Let’s go again, lifting
the right knee all the way up and across, finding
that softness, that ease. Outer edge of the
right foot comes through. Little one-legged Baddha
Konasana and we slide down. Great, let’s do one more.
Inhale. Little hip release,
and then exhale, send it out. And when you get to full
extension in the right leg, just tick-tock the right toes
back and forth a couple times. Awesome, now we’ll
repeat on the left side. Left knee comes across the
body towards the right shoulder and then around
and out and down. Inhaling, comes up
across the body and around. Outer edge of your
left foot kisses the earth so you can find release here.
Release, release, release. And then down,
and one more time. And when you find
full extension in the leg, just tick-tock the left toes
mindfully back and forth. It should feel really
yummy in that hip socket. Lot of tick-tocking
in this practice. It’s time for joy. More joy. This video’s
sponsored by Ke$ha. No, I’m just kidding,
okay, here we go, release. You’re gonna open the palms. Let’s take one more
final breath in here together. Close your eyes for this one. Lean in, go inward.
Inhale, lots of love in. And exhale, lots of love out. Thank you so much
for sharing your time and your energy with me
and all the beautiful people practicing around the world, working to spend more
quality time with ourselves so that we can be the
best versions of ourselves that we already are. So that we can uncover who that
is and what that feels like so we can be good to each other. You rock! Here we go,
bring the palms together, thumbs up to third eye. Take one final breath in. And a long breath out. And we’ll whisper, Namaste. (bright music)

100 Comments

  1. Happy day 23, everyone!
    One of the greatest lessons ever bestowed on me is one that has come time and time again.
    In every stage, in many, many forms.
    Itโ€™s always the same. Someone whispers, or shoutsโ€ฆ
    Find the joy.
    So tell me, my friends, what brings you joy?

  2. omg i love yogaing with you, a. you are sooo fucking funny

  3. Day 23๐Ÿ–คโœ… beautiful one today

  4. Thank you again for an amazing practice!!

  5. So happy I made it onto the mat today , loved this practice just what I needed , planks are so much stronger and those leg/hip rolls at the end felt amazing , thankyou for this journey , love ya'll ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’•

  6. needed this after the last two days which were tough, im pretty much sore every where! i really enjoyed this practice, thank you!

  7. Thank you dear Adriene ๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’—

  8. Thanks Adriene! I was really stressed and cloudy when I started this practice but after seated forward fold I felt calm and ready for the day.

  9. I love the arm stretches. A joy indeed!

  10. Benji, the photo bomb! ๐Ÿ˜„

  11. Adriene I have been enjoying yoga with you since last July. Love your style and your random references. I get them!!! Your yoga pants today were amazing! Shopping details?

  12. Day 23 of Dedicate

  13. day 23 in books …it was needed…thank u very much …

  14. This practice felt really unique. I loved it, esp the last move.

  15. I'm a month behind now, but still here!

  16. omg I love your yoga pants, please tell me what brand:)

  17. this felt so good for my hips

  18. i love these 20 min practices, it's the perfect amount of time

  19. Thank you Adrienne. I love you and your teaching videos. You are my first yoga teacher and please continue to make these videos โค๏ธ

  20. thank you for teaching me to stay joyful remembering to smile and knowing that we can all and leave it at the mat and releasing at the mat and adrian

  21. Awesome practice today!

  22. Thanks for another wonderful self love video Day 23 complete ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ

  23. I laughed out loud when you said Benji's butt!! I had a cat and chihuahua with me this yoga session so I was getting little massages throughout lol. Great practice! !

  24. Thanks to my menstrual cup, I was able to do this practice with ease on my period. Thank you for your consistency and dedication to us. I appreciated this practice.

  25. Thank you.

  26. I really struggled with this one today. But i did not give up. I will finish this 30 day challenge no matter what!

  27. Day 23 ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

  28. I am so happy I start with yoga โ™ฅ Adriene you teach me how to love myself THANK YOU โ™ฅ

  29. Those turns while in plank, where you're lifting one arm in the air…are we meant to be able to do that by this point? I could do one on each side – just – and then completely collapsed. I don't feel like the strength in my arms is improving at all!

  30. Who else is out there without a mat but going for it anyway? ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

  31. Day 23 was fun. I managed all the side planks ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

  32. Day 23 on the books! Doing yoga for the first time in my life brings me joy! Also, when my dogs come up to greet me and their tails wag on the cabinet or wall and I hear that sound they make while they are kissing me! My husband making me laugh brings me joy and cooking with my mom brings me joy. Everyone have a great day!! Thank you again, Adriene for making videos and sharing them to the world.

  33. I needed this today with my sore back. ๐Ÿ™‚

  34. DAy 23๐Ÿ’

  35. What? … am I actually starting to like plank pose??!!! Awesome morning practice today. I especially found the joy during the last few moments when your funny comments made me literally LOL!!! Ha Ha
    ~See you tomorrow

  36. Good vibes felt, nice one!

  37. ๐Ÿ˜ŠโœจNamaste โœจ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’•

  38. Dqy 23! Accomplished! Feels great! Thank u Adriene & Benji xxx ๐Ÿ™

  39. I like the joy of the video. Thank you Adrienne Namaste

  40. I forgot to write that in the Day 22 practice when we extended our legs out into plank I accidentally kicked my cat in the face and had to cease and desist yoga so that I could try to convince him that it was an accident and that I loved him very dearly.

    He seemed totally over it today so I think we're good now.

    ๐Ÿ™‚ I haven't been commenting as much because I feel as if I have less and less to say. I feel like my emotions and thoughts have calmed down… I am more steady… and today I was really able to embrace the JOY. I've been a lot kinder to myself. I'm not sure if it's the yoga or the yoga and a combination of other factors but I'm starting to feel happier.

    The yoga is probably a really big factor.

    Thanks for another great practice, lovely miss Adriene. See you tomorrow <3

  41. Comment #2. This came to mind as I was browsing the comments (I LOVE reading comments. I saw someone else say this on another video, but your comment section is nothing but love and light).

    With most workout or yoga videos I've done on youtube, I usually give up when it gets hard. I either quit the video all together or I sit out the pieces that I struggle with. This is problematic as it means that I teach myself not to ever push myself and that it takes me a long time to get stronger. So long, in fact, that I normally give up. I know there are some day when you need to take it easy (that's why it's taking me longer than 30 days to get through this) but I also know you do have to push yourself sometimes… so I started pushing myself through the hard parts back in the first week of videos.

    From pushing myself I learned one amazing thing: to trust Adriene. I noticed that you really seem to know your audience well and you never throw out more than I can handle. Usually, when I give up, you only do one more or one more cycle of breath and I always end up thinking, "I totally could of made it through that" to the point where I find myself rarely giving up anymore. When I want to I think to myself, "Trust, she never does more than you can handle." And sometimes your mantra of, "You have everything you need here". I can definitely feel myself getting stronger, physically and mentally.

  42. Just what I needed ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿผ

  43. To become more joyful was one of the intentions I set at the beginning of this Dedicate journey. Until now, I've never related being joyful with being at ease, but now it seems so obvious! To be easy is to feel spacious which allows room for joy. Thank you goddess Adriene ๐Ÿ™‚

  44. Thank you ๐Ÿ˜Š

  45. "..in my case Benji's butt" ๐Ÿ˜€, I found that way more funny than I should have and found myself giggling out loud at random times through the rest of the practice

  46. Day 23 = All done! Your skin, Adriene … lovely, you were just glowing! I am Texas also (Houston). That pecan tree sounds beautiful. Thank you for another nice flow.

  47. Thank you๐ŸŒฟ

  48. puppy posture reallllly hurts my shoulders…. what am i doing wrong? ๐Ÿ™

  49. Hi Adrienne! I found your channel by pure luck and I'm happy to say that Yoga with you has completely transformed my life! I had no previous yoga experience so seeing myself now compared to where I started is amazing! I go on and on to all my friends and family about how incredible it is to practice Yoga for our overall health. One day (when I've gotten most moves down), I will drive to Austin (from Houston) and do Yoga with you and other Yogies!!! Again… thank you for you've done for me!

  50. I'm only 2 1/2 months behind schedule. But dammit I'm trying ….

  51. Im so proud of myself! one week and the challenge is done! Im really enjoying the journey. Thank you!

  52. Today I feel so much better! This session was awesome! It was tough and lovely and fun at the same time, and I was smiling even through the toughest part. I'm really getting there, I think ๐Ÿ™‚

  53. One of my favorite days so far

  54. This is the first time i've felt joyful doing a plank! Crazy!

  55. Joy to the world!๐Ÿ™๐Ÿปโ™ฅ๏ธโœŒ๐Ÿผ

  56. Thank you so much Adriene. You made my day. Beautiful day.

  57. Many times I wonder why do I do the most self-caring things when things are bad, instead of doing it when things are going well also. I have found that with yoga, I cherish the bad moments and the good ones, even more, this is the constant I have been looking for and I am so grateful for it.

  58. Repeat of Day 23 on the books! Missed yesterday for work. Happy to get to catch up today! Happy Happy! Thank you Adriene!

  59. Love the pant today!

  60. Thumbs up to third eye and in a whisper. Namaste

  61. Adriene I love you!!

  62. Thank you!

  63. Yesterday was hard on me, but I felt GOOD afterwards. Todays I felt amazing! The site plank was easier than yesterday and I so proud of myself! I canโ€™t thank you enough ๐Ÿ’–

  64. Another great day

  65. Feeling wonderful…..23 days are done…..thanks dearrrrr

  66. Todayโ€™s practice totally inspired! You all rock! and I have an idea to collaborate with FWFG; I will start to explore this curiousity with an intention to share, just let me finish my undergraduate degree so I may wholly embrace this direction ๐Ÿ™ xox excited โ™ฅ๏ธโญ•๏ธโ™ฅ๏ธ๐Ÿ’ซ

  67. Great and inspirational!!๐Ÿ˜Š

  68. Anyone else finding that theyโ€™re getting happier with their body throughout this journey? There is not a noticeable difference in my weight and shape but at the start of the 30 days, I would wear flattering tights that would suck in my belly and stop my thighs from jiggling. Now, Iโ€™m quite happy to wear shorts and a sports bra, almost as though I love my body more because I know itโ€™s strong and I know itโ€™s already brilliant. Thank you Adriene!

  69. Amazing how this practice motivates for the day !!!
    <3 Love showers to yยดall

  70. In comparison to the first time I did Dedicate, I feel stronger. I was able to do more side planks, and be joyful while doing today's practice. I look forward to coming home to do yoga. Thanks Adriene.

  71. As someone who struggles with depression and didn't think I could face today, this practice was the one thing I made myself do, knowing it would jumpstart my day and get me out of the gloom. THANK YOU!!

  72. i'm so stressed out by finals at uni and YOU HELPED ME A LOT my back doesnt hurt anymore it feels amazing!! THANK U!!!! Im keeping with the 30 day forever

  73. Thank you Adriene!
    Namaste

  74. love revisting the dedicate practices !

  75. 3rd time on Day 23! The side planks were difficult for me, had to do them on my knees today. My wrist still sore some days and others I'm okay. Thanks, Adriene!

  76. not gunna lie- those tights got me to subscribe ๐Ÿ™‚

  77. Good morning Adriene I just went through thank you so much for being there with your meditation for knocking on heavens Door๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ’Love always I love you too I love you too Benji my buddy

  78. My dog was glued to my head and mat day 22 and 23 similar to Benji. Must have been the joy vibe coming through your voice.

  79. Adrien: now move your gaze down to earth
    Me: staring at Benjiโ€™s butt until it disappears on the screen

  80. Lol! The underground name! This session was sponsored by Kesha, lol! She really makes me laugh and forget that I am working out. I feel more like I'm meeting a friend than doing a yoga session. Thank you! โ™ก

  81. This day, I feel awkward to the feeling called "joyful". Today session makes me start thinking about why I feel awkward? So Thanks Adriene ๐Ÿ˜€

  82. Namastรช <3

  83. I found joy in the side planks which were so much better today than yesterday. Joy came also came to me as I slowly rolled back and as I lay down was greeted by Titch my purring cat who kept me company throughout the stretches at the end. Namaste ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

  84. thanks for everythฤฑng

  85. being from Poland, i found this practice very amusing because "suka" in Polish means "bitch".
    was not expecting to be told to connect to my inner suka during a yoga practice

  86. Girllll, this plank pose doesnt feel like home ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

  87. Adriene, you are so beautiful, not just the physical, which of course is blatantly obvious, but you pick up on the most subtle of things, you remember how it was to be a noob and THAT is what REALLY sets you apart from the masses! Early on, you said ' and if you're wondering if you are doing it right, the answer is YES!' I'll never forget that. One last thing, your sense of humor always works like medicine. I am FOREVER GRATEFUL! We love you so much!

  88. Perfect, LMAO! YOU KNOW HE DID THAT ON PURPOSE! LOL

  89. Do you know those workout/yoga videos where you just skip a part or stop in the middle of the video because theyโ€™re boring or you donโ€™t like them?

    Nah, I donโ€™t ever get the idea of skipping your videos.

  90. Day 23! Opening and truly being myself and seeing others brings joy!

  91. 4th time on Day 23! Yay! Having a great day, with little sleep! Thanks for a great easy practice Adriene!

  92. Benjy is such a sweet dog ๐Ÿถ love his little appearances ๐Ÿ˜

  93. really like this practice – nice mix of a challenge and a chill. It is actually joyful, I guess ๐Ÿ™‚

  94. Day 23.. I am worried what next after Day 30 ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for Day 23 Adriene ๐Ÿ™‚

  95. I donโ€™t get puppy posture at all. Is it a resting posture? Is it a trying pose? Is it supposed to be held with little effort? I think Iโ€™m doing it incorrectly.

  96. Doing this yoga today with you and seeing Benji brought me joy!

  97. yay! day 23 in the books!

  98. The comment are so wholesome yay happy community i am so late T-T

  99. 5th time on Day 23! yay! Great practice! I feel awesome even with all the planking today! LOL! Thanks, Adriene!

  100. !!! ๐Ÿ’Thanks Adriene ๐Ÿ’!!! you are truly a JOY & have brought joyfulness back to the front of my day & being…the universe works in wondrous ways…In the last few days, i had gotten caught up in a sort of cold anger spiral… i decided to come back to Yoga with Adriene…it had been a couple of months since i had left off & to my surprise day 23 is "Joyful" :))) … you're in Texas and i'm in Paris, France… how funny and joyful life can be sometimes… i can not tell you enough how you have accompanied me to discover so many different postures of myself and feeling community with you and the others who follow you around the world. Thank you "you Rock" ๐Ÿ™‚

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