Fill Your Cup Yoga | Yoga With Adriene

– Hello my darling friends and
welcome to Yoga With Adriene. I’m Adriene and this is Benji and today we have a
yoga to fill your cup. Peace Benji. So this is gonna
be a great practice when you’re
feeling low on energy but you know you wanna do
something good for yourself. We’re gonna start
low and take it high. Hop into something
comfy and let’s get started. (upbeat music) Alrighty my friends, let’s begin today’s
practice on our backs. Yay. Come on down to the ground. Extend the legs out
long and when you’re ready on an inhale reach the arms all the way up and overhead for a nice full body stretch. Take a couple
deep breaths here to rotate the wrists, the ankles. I’m smiling because my
ankles are popping (laughs). Maybe yours are too. Maybe open and close the palms. Move the fingers,
move the toes and make sure you take a couple deep
breaths here in this shape. Start to really land
here in your practice taking this time to fill your cup,
to find what feels good. And then nice and
easy we’re gonna hug the knees into the chest. Nice and slow
you’re gonna wrap the arms around the shins and
take a couple deep breaths here nice and easy,
nothing fancy. Just nice full deep breaths. Maybe rocking side to side. You can peel the
nose up towards the knees. And today I’m gonna
invite you to breathe like
you love yourself. Breathe like this
practice and this time with your body matters. Make the most of it and of
course enjoy, enjoy, enjoy. You’re gonna bring the hands
to the backs of the thighs. We’re gonna rock all
the way up to seated. If it feels
awesome or it feels good to rock a couple
more times go ahead and do that, massaging up and
down the length of your spine. Maybe tapping into a
little inner smile as you do so. And we’ll come up to a nice
cross-legged seat together. Bring the palms together, Anjali Mudra at the heart. Nice active connection here. So send your
elbows left to right. Lift the sternum
up to your thumbs, lengthen through
the crown of the head. Take a deep breath in. And on an exhale bow
your head to your heart. Continue to breathe deeply here. Again, breathe
like you love yourself. Feel this deep stretch
in the back of the neck. Opportunity here to
set a little intention for your practice or for your life. Just taking one
quiet moment here before we really get moving. And then just
notice what came up and if nothing
came up that’s okay. You’re still breathing. You’re still bringing attention
inward and you’re getting a nice great stretch
in the back of the neck. Alright, together, let’s take a
deep breath in through the nose. And as you
exhale go ahead and let it out softly through the mouth. Lift the head,
open the eyes and we’re gonna take the
palms to the knees. Slowly bring your navel back. Start to round
through the spine, shoulders come forward,
chin to chest. Now get really
heavy from the waist down and we’re gonna
move nice and slow here. As you inhale smooth
the chest, the heart forward. Think Cow Pose and then exhale. Draw the naval back,
chin to chest, rounding it back,
shoulders forward. Think Cat Pose. Keep it going in
a nice circle here. Inhale, coming forward. And exhale, rounding back. So try not to rush this here. We wanna really get some good
spinal flection going on. So, think about the spine as you create this circular motion. You might even close your eyes
once you have the hang of it to really visualize
the spine, each vertebra. And then reverse your circle. Synchronize with your breath. Awesome. Then bring
the head and the heart and the pelvis back
to one straight line and we’ll take the fingertips
down gently at your sides. Great. Walk the left palm out. Press it firmly into the earth so you have lots of space here. Then take the
right fingertips all the way up
towards the sky first. Feel this length
in the side body as you reach up
all the way towards the ceiling or
the sky and then take it over and find
your side body stretch. Synchronize with
the breath here. Soft, easy movement. And then bring it all the
way back up through center. Fingertips back
on the earth and when you’re ready walk
the right palm out. Give yourself a lot of
space from the hips here. Press the palm into
the earth and inhale, reach the left
fingertips all the way straight up
towards the sky first. Feel that connection
from the left hip all the way up
through the left fingertips. Take another deep
breath in and then on an exhale take it up and over
into a nice side body stretch. Find what feels good here. Explore, create space. Breathe deep. Great, then bring it
all the way back to center. We’ll bring the
palms together once again. Interlace the
fingertips this time. Press the palms
forward here. Getting a nice stretch through the wrists,
through the forearms. See if you can
draw your shoulders back into socket a bit here
as you lift the sternum, the heart up even higher. Inhale in. Exhale out. One more deep inhale in here. And exhale to release the bind and come forward onto all fours. When you arrive walk
the palms nice and wide, pinkies towards the
outer edges of your mat. Upper arm bones
rotate out externally. And as you’re ready
we’ll curl the toes under, take a deep breath in. And on your exhale
keep the knees bent as you slowly
peel the tailbone up. Bring the belly
towards the tops of the thighs. Stay here for
one cycle of breath. Building strength. Waking up the
muscles of the body. And then as you’re
ready drop the heels, let them get really heavy and if you wanna pedal
it out here please do. Stretching through the
calves and the hamstrings. Find a deep breath here. And when you’re ready actively
anchor through the left heel. As you inhale lift the right
knee in towards your heart. Check it out. I’m in Downward Dog
but I’m squeezing the right knee up in
towards my heart space. Feel the low belly come in. Hug the low ribs in. Breathe here for three, two. Kick it up on the one,
Three-Legged Dog. Spiral the right pinky toe down. Inhale in. Exhale, bend your right knee, open it up stacking the
right hip over the left. Try to keep your right shoulder in the same plane
as your left shoulder. So, shoulders nice and square
here while working towards that. Take a deep breath in, inhale. (Benji barking)
Exhale. Hi Benji. Step the right
foot all the way up. Nice low lunge. Lower the back
knee to the earth. Do a hair toss
with your ponytail. I’m just kidding. Slowly lift the chest,
look forward. Front knee is
over front ankle here, you can keep the back knee low on the ground or
you can lift it here just depending on
how you’re feeling today. Big stretch. So, bring a nice deep breath. Awesome.
Then plant the palms. Step the right toes back. We’re coming into a Plank Pose. So you can lift both
knees or you can come to a Half Plank keeping
both knees, kissing the earth. Upper arm bones
still rotating out here. I’m connecting to the core
by drawing my low belly in, by hugging the low ribs in,
connecting to center. We’re here for three, two. Go ahead and lower all
the way to the belly on one. Then press into
the tops of the feet. Squeeze the elbows into your
side body and inhale, lift up. Bhujangasana, Cobra. On your exhale slowly release. Press back up to all fours. Reestablish great
connection with the hands finding that
hand to earth press. Upper arm bones
rotate out and once again we will
curl the toes under. Articulate Adriene, sorry. And nice and slow,
check it out, lifting the hips creases first keeping the knees bent,
keeping the belly leaning towards the tops
of the thighs here. Waking up the muscles. Take a deep breath in and then exhale,
straighten the legs. Let the heels get heavy here. Keep that hand
to earth connection. Pedal it out if
you like or enjoy a moment of stillness
letting the breath move you. And now actively
anchoring the right heel down you’re gonna lift the left
knee up in towards the heart. Try to create a contraction, a connection to
your core muscles, the abdominal
wall waking up here as you breathe deep for
three, two and then kicking the left foot out,
Three-Legged Dog keeping those hips squared. Breathing deep, crawling
into the fingertips here. And then bending the left knee, slowly stacking the hips, keeping the shoulder
square or working towards that as you breathe
deep here. Big stretch. Right heel is heavy. Awesome. And then
slow and steady bringing it all the way through, stepping the left
foot all the way up, lowering the back knee down
and finding your low lunge. So back knee can be
lowered or lifted here. Or maybe a little bit of
both as you breathe deep. Open the chest. Always working to
integrate the neck. Keep that awareness. Thinking of the neck, right? Always as an extension of the
spine in your Asana practice. Okie doke, here we go. Planting the palms,
stepping it back, Plank Pose. Inhale to shift forward.
Look forward. Try to keep those
elbows hugging into the side body as you
slowly lower down to the belly. Good. Inhale, Cobra.
Lift it up. Exhale to soften
and release everything. Press back up to all fours. Curl the toes under right away, and then lifting the
hips up high and back. Downward Dog. Awesome. From here bend
the knees generously bringing the belly towards
the tops of the thighs, creating space in
the shoulders melting your heart towards your knees and then nice and slow baby
steps to the top of the mat. So, really stretching through the ankle here or the achilles, the calf as you
walk all the way to a nice Forward Fold
at the top of your mat. Bend your knees as
generously as you need to here. Shake the head a little yes. And a little no. Find those I love you
breaths again. Inhaling deeply in
through the nose. And exhaling completely out
through the nose or the mouth. Then bend your
knees a little more. Drop your hips back in space. Nice and easy you’re gonna start to roll it up,
straightening through the legs. Enjoy this move. Come into a
beautiful Mountain Pose grounding through the feet. Lengthening through the crown. And on your
next big inhale reach the arms all
the way up overhead. Spread the fingertips. Take the thumbs back,
pinkies forward and imagine your shoulder blades
coming in to kiss each other and then dropping
down the back body. So give yourself a
lotta space and in case you’re here give
yourself more space. Imagine you’re holding a big
beach ball up and overhead. Then connect to
your core by drawing your navel in just a
bit and maybe lifting up through the pelvic floor. Strong legs here. Lifting gently up
from the kneecaps. Inhale in, exhale,
palms kiss together and slowly melt
down towards the heart. From here you’re gonna turn
your left fingertips forward, your right fingertips in and then we’re gonna
catch the hands here. Catching the fingers,
bringing them into fists. Great. Tug the
elbows left to right here. Lift your heart. Again, feel that
connection in your feet. Kneecaps lifting,
pelvic floor lifting. So, the whole body’s
nice and awake here. Inhale in, exhale. You’re gonna slowly
take your right elbow up, your left elbow down. Keep the heels
nice and grounded here as you bring the
hands behind your head, feel this stretch
in your left side body, left low back as you
really lift actively, right elbow up
feeling that opening in the front of
the right hip crease, the right abdominal wall. Take one more deep breath in. And then exhale slowly. Bring it back to center. Hug the low ribs in. You’ll switch the bind here. So just switching the fingers. Right elbow up, excuse me,
right thumb up this time. Left thumb down. Both elbows
extending left to right here. Reestablish your Mountain Pose. Inhale in, then exhale. Here we go taking the right
elbow down, left elbow up. Breathing in. You can lean your head back,
lift your heart up. Big stretch here. Use your breath
to create more space. Dig into the heels. Keep the tailbone
lengthening down. One more breath. And then slowly
bring it back to center. Awesome, release the bind. Fingertips are gonna go down
to come up as you inhale. Once again reach the arms all
the way up toward the sky. This time exhale,
send your hips back. Fingertips rain down. Heart stays open. Gaze forward as
you bend the knees, send the hips back coming
into a little ski position. So I’m wanting to
really send my shins back digging into the heels,
pressing into all four corners of the feet
firmly for stability. You can even lift the
toes here to test that out. Let the low back get
long by slowly lengthening, tailbone down towards the earth. Hugging the low ribs in. Then sink a little deeper. And a little deeper. And now let’s
flow a couple times. So inhale. Dig into the earth,
straighten the legs. Send the fingertips up high. Volcano Pose.
Big beach ball up and overhead. Exhale. Slowly raining the fingertips
down keeping the chest open, sending the hips back coming
into your modified Chair. Inhale, reach it up.
Dig into the heels. Build strength. Exhale, slow and steady. Heart stays open,
core stays engaged as you send the hips back. Fingertips reach way back. Airplane arms. Inhale to reach it up. Exhale, bend the knees. Activating the upper back body here drawing the
shoulder blades together. Great, one more time.
Inhale, reach it up. This time as you
exhale send the hips way back, bend the knees,
fingertips way back. You might lift the heels. Stretching through the foot,
opening through the chest. Breathing deep here. Excellent, then drop
the heels, inhale. Reach it all the way up
and exhale, hands to heart. Go ahead and turn now to step the feet super wide on your mat. So you can use the sound
of my voice to guide you. You don’t have to
move your mat here. We’re gonna bring the feet wide. Arms way out and
you can kind of gauge where the feet should
be by maybe bringing them underneath the
hands or the wrists. Awesome. Then let the
feet be parallel here so you can feel that
stretch in the outer ankle. Draw energy up
through the inner arch, inner ankle and
you should be able to feel that in the inner thigh. Lift up through the front body,
ground through the back body, then turn the
thumbs up and start to reach your fingertips
up high for a big star pose. Holding space for yourself here. Breathing into all
four sides of the torso. Close your eyes. Again, use the sound of
my voice to guide you here. Pressing firmly, actively into
the outer edge of the foot, drawing energy up
through the inner arch, inner ankle, inner thigh. Lift your heart,
tuck your chin slightly to lengthen more in
the back of the neck, and listen to the sound
of your breath here for three cycles in and out,
in and out, in and out, holding space, taking up space,
filling your cup. You got it.
Stick with it. Awesome and then
slow and with control bring the palms together. Inhale to lift up
from the base of the spine, sternum lifts to the thumbs, crown of the head reaches high. Then we’re gonna bend the
knees, take a deep breath in. And on an exhale
you’re gonna hop the feet together
back to Mountain. Here we go. Try to catch it here. Lift the corners
of the mouth slightly. Take one more
final deep breath in. And exhale to bow the head. Take a second
here to just observe. Notice how you feel. And give thanks for
your practice and this time, that you have cultivated, created for yourself. You rock. Thank you so much for sharing your valuable time
and energy with me. I tip my hat to
you for taking time to fill your cup
knowing that it will serve not only you but
all of your loved ones and all of the
people you work with and even complete
and total strangers. So love you guys. Let me know how it went for
you in the comments section down below and
I’ll see you next time. Namaste. (upbeat music)


  1. Hello dear friends! How are you feeling today? Did you set an intention for your practice? Your month?

  2. Video you well done hello friend all let to support each
    other yes greetings successful馃榿馃榿馃槀

  3. Seriously LOVE your yoga flows 馃槏 this was one of my favs 鈾ワ笍

  4. I'm SO glad I did this particular session today, it was wonderful! <3 thank you Adriene

  5. Hi Adriene, thank you for all of your excellent videos. I enjoy them and find them so beneficial.

    Do you have a yoga practice for preparing for meditation? Something that aids the body and mind to be still as you meditate? I would love and appreciate such a video from you.

    Thanks again for your dedication to help people like me.

  6. I know Adriene and Benji probably won't answer this..but I gotta ask. What's y'alls favorite Wu Tang song?

  7. Hello! I'm watching u from Syria and I never used to be healthy or athletic.I smoke and drink usually . I'm 33 and I'm wondering if yoga can change

  8. This one was beautiful. I really loved how you started from lying down to standing, it was very emotionally moving for me! Thank you so much Adriene!

  9. thank you i needed that

  10. Hey Adriene, I鈥檓 having trouble with my back muscle due to my graphic job, one side stronger than the other and I sit a lot. So I wonder if you can make a video sequence to rebalance the back muscle and sitting pose. Really enjoy your videos btw <3

  11. Love this practise,馃榾

  12. Thank you A, that was amazinggggggg, my body in the final pose was screaming from joy and warmth , i love you keep it up

  13. This was a great video! I have been lacking in my practice lately and have been feeling burnt out with school and three jobs. This was a perfect session to do first thing in the morning to set my day off right. I feel energized to take on the week! Thank you so much and I hope you keeping filling others cups as you helped me.

  14. Thanks for this. Exactly what I needed. I鈥檝e been neglecting my body, my mind is taking over and this just proved how much I need to get back to my body 鉂わ笍

  15. I just did 2 of Adriene's videos in a row because my psychiatrist "prescribed" me 40 minutes of sports 3x in a week (she said this is not a recommendation, I should take it as much as a prescription as to take my meds daily). It felt great and, additionally, I am so proud of myself for sticking with it! Sometimes it is hard to stay motivated, especially as a person who never saw themselves as sportive. But since I discovered Adriene 3 years ago my whole relationship to myself, my body and sports started to change. It is not yet a completely healthy relationship, but I am almost there, and it would have taken so much longer or not happened at all w/o Adriene. Thank you.

  16. I followed this video as my first postpartum workout since my son was born 3 months ago; it felt great to move and stretch my body. Thank you!

  17. Thank you 馃檹馃徎

  18. Thank you for reminding us to fill our cup! I really enjoyed this practice!

  19. After a month without practicing, recuperating from eye surgery, it is so wonderful to be able to be on my mat again and follow your guide. Love You!!! and thank you for your kindness in sharing your "gift" with us around the world.

  20. I don鈥檛 know why, but a lot of the breathing exercises make me hyperventilate – great practice, though!

  21. thank you

  22. Hi Adriene! I wanted you to know that your yoga has been one of the factors that continually help me have a more felicitous life. Thank you for doing what you do for us and the world, from my family and myself. P.S. We are Fort Worth natives. Next time we head down to Austin, we are seeking out a class with you! We love you!

  23. Thank you so much! Again! Perfect session… awesome… beautiful… my cup is filled, ready to go!! 馃挜馃挜馃挜

  24. This was exactly what I needed this morning after several long days at work. Thank you! 鉁

  25. I absolutely loved this sequence! One of my new favs! Thanks for helping me fill my cup. I will be doing this one a bunch.

  26. This only my second session with you doing yoga but this one really helped out today. Thank you Adriene! 馃槵

  27. This is perfect for the longer pauses I do between study sessions, and also for when I feel too tired to try other more complicated videos :)))

  28. Thank you for your wonderful videos. 馃檪

  29. Besssssssssst

  30. Thank you so very much for your channel! It has a huge positive impact on so many lives. Your work is greatly appreciated!

  31. A colleague recommended your videos to me earlier this year and I have been finding them really helpful physically and while I work on my mental health. The practice has been really grounding and your kind and gentle and sometimes really humorous manner has been super encouraging. Thank you so much for sharing your videos, your experience and your kind words. My intention has been to be patient; with myself, my progress as I follow your videos, with others and with what life throws my way. Have an excellent day.

  32. This was my first yoga practice since May and I feel amazing! I wish I hadn't waited so long. You have a way with making people feel good and at ease, and you are my go to for yoga! This particular video is the perfect amount of time and is a good combo of movement and relaxation. I'm adding it to my favorites! Thank you Adriene!

  33. Just what I needed! My wee boy turned 6months last week and I decided I needed to find time for self care once he goes to bed. Have done your videos in the past but this was the first time doing yoga at home since he was born.聽 What a perfect routine and message you gave with this video! My cup feels full and I feel love for myself and my body, which often feels聽alien to me post birth and while breast feeding! Thank you Adriene! lots of love to聽you聽xx

  34. First time back on the mat in months. Thanks for this!!

  35. …. No You Rock!……… thank you

  36. That was great. Thank you 馃挄

  37. I really loved this one today. Feeling a whole lot of emotional drama in my life. Lot's of internal and external change in my life. I decided to "show up on the mat" though, because it's a simple thing to do and I know it helps. My intention was to believe in myself and that was really meaningful, because I'm in nursing school and sometimes I don't think I can do it. It felt really good to stretch my arms and legs outwards at the end to "fill my cup." I really needed that. Thanks again, Adrienne!

  38. This was one of my favorites!!

  39. Love this video I am a RN and usually works 3 nights in a row i like doing this video before my shift makes me ready for the chaos!

  40. Feel much better after this class ! Thank you so much 馃槉

  41. I love my yoga sessions with Adriene! Adriene you are so pleasant, kind and positive. Your sessions really help me with my home practice! thank you and big hug!

  42. Oh.. Wow. This helps me a lot for relaxing and stretching my body. Thank you for the video! 馃檪

  43. This made me . & my body feel great, Thank you Adrene!

  44. Hey Adrienne, first of all, thank you for your videos, they're super helpful! I've been a couch potato my entire life and only started to work out a bit (albeit sporadically xD) in the last couple of weeks, and I think it's been good for me.
    However, now I've fallen sick – it's nothing too terrible, just a light cold, but when I try to move around and exercise a bit, I end up coughing my lungs out. Do you perhaps have a video that's ill people-friendly? I know I should rest and all, but I've been doing that for a while now and I'm afraid I'm going to lose whatever progress I might have built up to this point. Thanks!

    eidt- never mind, found it, you really do have everything covered :))

  45. Loved this one thank you!!!!

  46. SO GREAT! Thank you. This is exactly what I needed today. =D

  47. Loved the tingling in my hands. That always tells me that it was a great practice

  48. I have been going crazy inside my head these past few days and this is just what I needed. Thank you, Adriene!

  49. I so love meeting with you on my mat. You make me chuckle, smile and help me ground myself. I am so happy you offer your time and energy because it helps, it means so much and you are a positive force in this world. I just love you Adriene. Namaste.

  50. I feel so grateful that I found your channel years ago – I dragged myself to the mat for this sequence and now I feel so much more open & relaxed & reminded that yoga DOES make a difference! Thank you so much Adriene xxx

  51. I love the fact that you have such a sweet voice, it makes me really calm, haha. You seem so kind as well, for example how you react to your dog and how you lead us into the practice. I really love your videos, it has such positive vibes because you are so kind, thank you.

  52. Haven't exercised in 2 weeks– this was the perfect way to get back into it. Thanks!

  53. I feel renewed after this!

  54. Saw one of my daughters recently. Don't have opportunity to see her often, she gets mad at me a lot. We had a nice chat, and at one point she tells me she has started doing Yoga. Which blows my mind as she has always resisted Yoga with me growing up. She says, "I found this wonderful woman on YouTube." I said, "Don't tell me it's Adriene!" With a big smile she nodded and told me how much she loves you. You gave me a small connection with my daughter! You are a gift!

  55. I turned on the computer needing something really uplifting today, and there you were with this. Thank you so much !

  56. I love your stuff I would love to see you do one for people with multiple sclerosis or fibromyagia and I love to see more modified poses since I can't do all them but I try to the best of my ability

  57. Thank you

  58. I love doing yoga with you. Thank you 馃檹


  60. Thank you Adrienne, you an amazing teacher! Your ease and humour makes connecting with my body easier when I am feeling anxious. My intention was loving kindness for myself. I also love Benjis input, my collie checks I am breathing during savasana by standing over me with her nose millimetres from mine. Thank you as has been said you are changing lives…You rock!

  61. Merci 鉂ゐ煓

  62. Always love your workouts. thanks for your big heart and sharing your practise with so many.

  63. Thanx! I really needed this.

  64. i loveee thisss!!!…i can def say my body feels more awake more in tune w my spirit…i feel alive

  65. Namaste Adriene, I have a butterfly sensation of alertness all over……much JAH LOVE have an awesome week! and Thankyou very much!

  66. I haven鈥檛 exercised for a few months now and completely went off the rails. I had heat surgery 18 months ago and recently been having more symptoms which has scared me. I needed to cut through this and reset and start to take care of myself again. I did this practice today and it has given me what I needed to start again. Thank you Adrienne 鉂わ笍

  67. I love you Adriene. My life and body is changing so much and you are helping me a lot. I am eternally thankful. Love from Oslo, Namaste

  68. I love your videos, thank you so much, so glad I found them, your explanations and guidance are perfect for me.

  69. Good

  70. I really enjoyed this. By the end I found myself smiling to my surprise 馃槉 Thank you!

  71. As always, Great little practice!!!! I have been following you for a couple years now but committed to do your gentle yoga and yoga for senior videos for the last two months. I have seen such great results. I am so much stronger now! This video would have been really hard for me to do two months ago. Thank you for all that you do Adriene.

  72. Hey! I just did the yoga for kids with my 7year old daughter and she kept up with it until the very end which is awesome. Thank you so much for making that video and all the others馃檹Your partner was a real yogi, too!

  73. Thank you Adriene! This practice saved my day! Namast锚 馃檪

  74. absolutely grateful for you, adriene!

  75. Adrianne! This was so enlightening. Thank you for reminding us to set an intention. I haven't gotten into the habit quite yet so this is helping tremendously. Thanks to benji also!! 馃榾 have a blessed day. Namaste, Mallory

  76. Thank you for your Videos, i practice Yoga with them since a few years now and recommended them to other people. You do a great job guiding even beginners through the different poses. The only critic I can think of is that sometimes, if a pose includes repeating a movement on the other side (like first we stretch the right side, then the left) the second stretch or whatever is shorter than the first. But other than that, I really love your lessons 馃檪 Yoga does a lot for me and my body! If I could wish for a video, it would be Yoga for tinnitus – I would appreciate that so much!

  77. Kindness.

  78. What a fabulous workout, it will get me back on the right road! Thankyou

  79. Felt emotional, proud and strong after this practice. X

  80. amazing!!

  81. Thank you 馃挌

  82. When i search for adriene in Youtube search box her name doesn't appear in the drop down. i need to click on search button to get to her page? This has been happening for a year now. why ?

  83. Thank you Adrienne – a lovely way to start the day.

  84. Thank you love you so much Adriene and my buddy Benji feels so good coming home from work and watching your video love always amen

  85. Took a few months off from doing yoga and FELT IT! Safe to say I'm not falling off the wagon this time lol

  86. Awesome 馃馃馃馃馃馃馃馃挅馃挅馃挅馃挅馃挅馃挅馃挅馃挅馃挅馃槂馃槂馃槂馃槂馃槂馃槏馃槏馃槏馃槏鉂も潳鉂ゐ煉欚煉欚煉欚煉涴煉氿煉氿煉氿煉

  87. One of my favorite; even shared some tears of joy for reconnecting with my soul at the end of the practice <3 still my fav yoga teacher after all these years <3

  88. My intention was awareness and it went great. Thank you for this practice!

  89. Loved it thank you!

  90. Love this one soooo much! Thankyou!

  91. I practice ashtanga but whenever I feel low on energy to do the entire first series, or I'm feeling a bit sick, I come back to you for a chillout practice and it never disappoints 馃檪 Besides, I started my yoga journey with your channel so I'm forever grateful for you and for this community <3 This was a very nice practice, exactly what I needed, thank you <3

  92. Nice way to ease my way back to my mat after a month of missing my practice. This is just perfect! Thank you Adriene!

  93. Hi adriene. My names maddy and I just recently found your YouTube channel! I'm so excited to have you and benji in my life. I've just recently been experiencing some pretty dramatic anxiety and depression. It isn't fun, but your videos and doing yoga have been so so helpful. I actually was having an anxiety attack tonight and I followed a video of yours and man do I feel a thousand times better. I just need you to know how much I appreciate you and your passion for yoga and helping others. You're an incredible person. And don't forget to listen to your own advice to all of us! Id love to meet you someday and just hug you because you have truly helped me. Happy yoga-ing! 馃檪

  94. Absolutely just what I needed! So so grateful for your generosity in sharing your craft… much love 馃檹馃徏

  95. I have enjoyed every practice that I have had with you! Somehow you always seem to know exactly what I am going through. Thank you so much!

  96. perfect start to the day, thank you.

  97. You rock! Always a pleasure to meet you on the mat. "Eat well, move well"My new mantra for spring.

  98. I work from home so am stuck behind my desk for most of the day and usually go out for run at lunchtime to clear my head. Miserable weather outside today so opted for this session instead and I now feel so chilled and relaxed. Have also found the Yoga for runners which is an awesome workout and now part of my routine :-). btw Benji rocks!!

  99. Your channel has been one of my most useful discoveries.

  100. Random question, but any other big chested females struggle with low lunges because the girls get in the way? Am I doing something wrong? Lol

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