Morning Yoga – Energizing Morning Sequence


Good morning everyone, and welcome to Yoga
with Adriene. I’m Adriene and you asked for it. Today, we have an energizing
morning sequence. This is something that is going to wake up and heat
the entire body. We’re going to check in with the core, we’re
going to check in with our arm muscles. We’re going to wake up the legs,
do a little spinal flex, and of course tap into the breath. Take a second
before you begin the practice to just kind of get comfortable to have your
coffee brewing, or your tea brewing, to take a sip of water, and just
really jump into this mindfully, so it’s more than just exercise even though
we are going to get a little bit of a workout today. Make sure you set the tone for your day by
setting the tone for your practice right here, right now. Alright so
let’s get everything ready and get started with an energizing morning sequence. [music] Energizing Morning Sequence Okay, so to begin we’re going to come on our
knees here, and if the knees are a little fussy and we can’t come here,
you can easily do this is a cross legged position. So, here we go. We’re
going to sit up nice and tall tucking the chin into the chest, roll up through
the spine. Reach the fingers behind the ears, and inhale
extending the arms up overhead looping the shoulders. You can keep
the shoulders bent here as much as you need as we reach up, just kind
of crawling up through the side body here. [Inhale] You’re going to check
in with your breaths [exhale], maybe soft and through the eyelids, and of
course look at the video whenever you need to, but also trust yourself.
Trust your instincts, listen to your body. One more deep breath in hear, and on an exhale
we move the finger tips down. Great, take the right palm to the outer
edge of that left thigh, or if you’re sitting in cross legged position
you can bring it to the left knee. We’ll swim the left fingertips behind and
just find a gentle twist here. Lift up through the heart extend through the
crown of the head, smile, and keep finding your breath. Allow the shoulder
blades to glide down the back here. Take a deep breath in [inhales] and exhale
back to center. And we take the same thing on the other side. So, left hand
comes to the outer edge of the right leg, or the right knee if you’re in
cross legged. We find that lift and lengthen up through the crown, and then
we twist. So keep this nice and gentle here. Again,
shoulder blades gliding down the back. It can find a little rock in the neck
here. Check in with the neck here, [inhales] and keep deepening the breath
[exhales]. Great, take a deep breath in [inhales] and on your exhale float
it back to center. Reach the fingertips behind, interlace, and
we’ll loop the shoulders, and just open up the chest here. So if you can
work to bring the palms together here, opening the chest. Again, if the knees
are talking to you, you can be in cross legged here, another option would
be maybe to lift up here for this. So, if it’s not working we find ways to fix
it. I love that about our yoga practices. We stay curious, we stay listening,
we stay involved, to me that’s an act of self-love, and it’s what
the practice is all about. So, if you’re feeling any fussiness work to find
ease, and I will try my best to guide you in that direction. Okay, one more breath here, checking in with
the neck. [Inhales] Yeah baby, and then exhale [exhales] release. Awesome. And diving forward we come to all fours. Knees
directly underneath the hips, [clears throat] excuse me, wrists underneath
the shoulders. We lift the shoulders; loop the shoulders, a little
cat cow here. Take a deep breath in. On an exhale, tucking the tail, traveling
ups the spine, we find a little rock back and forth if that feels good, or
we stay in stillness if that feels right. We inhale reaching forward, and
exhale. Again, find a little movement here, or take
a moment here, maybe retain the breath, kumbhaka [SP] if you’re familiar,
find stillness, and in inhale. [Heart] scoops forward. Sorry I got
in the moment there, and exhale. One last time, naval draws up, up,
up, up. Great and we come back to table top position. Sweet. Slide the palms out, draw the shoulders down
away from the ears curl the toes under, and as if someone were lifting
you up from your tail you can wag your tail a little bit here. Hello, energizing
practice, and draw the naval up to the spine, send it back downwards
facing dog. Pedal the feet out here. Massage the feet here. Find a little
flexibility in the ankles, the toes. Great, then we’re going to come up onto the
tip toes here. Draw the shoulders away from the ears. Draw the naval
to the spine. Lift your heels up, and then melt your heart back here. Two
breathes here, in and out. Tailbone, sit bones shine up to the sky, heart
melts back one more breath, and then on an exhale anchoring down through
the heels. Great, come up onto the tippy tip toes again,
this time we’re going to go for a walk. Walking up towards the front edge
of the mat together we’ll land in forward fold. Let the weight of the
head release down, grab the elbows, rock a little side to side. Take nice
long smooth deep breathes in and out. Soft, soft, soft knees here, know it don’t
work for legs. Then slowly waking up the body. Also release the hands,
inhale lift to flat back; you’re version, fingertips on the mat palms
on the shins, or palms on the thighs here. Nice long beautiful neck. Again, careful not to lock the knees here.
Take a deep breath in, and exhale. Slide it down, tuck the chin into
the chest, and we begin to roll it up. Fingertips can trace the front of the
legs here as we slowly roll up into a mountain pose. Looping the shoulders.
Opening the chest, the heart, finding what feels good as you breathe in
and out. Working out any kinks in the neck, in the
shoulders, and then slowly we’ll walk the feet together. You can keep a little
space between the heels here. Draw the palms together at the heart, inhale
tadas, and loop the shoulders, engage the legs, reach sternum up toward the
thumbs. Take a second here to just set an intention
for your practice, spread awareness to all four corners of the feet,
and find your breath. Sweet. Repeat your intention to yourself, confirm
it, consider it already done, already so, as we find a soft knee, little
bouncy, bouncy roo here. A little buoyancy is what I meant. And then we inhale, drop the fingers down.
Come up on your breath in, reach up to the sky, stretch side body long, and
exhale. Soft knees as we bow forward. Great, inhale, lift to flat back
your version. Again, long neck, and exhale slide it back down, back the way
we came as we reach the fingertips all the way up, inhale, palms come
together up overhead, engage the legs, and exhale reaching sternum to thumbs,
hands to heart. Great, same thing just like that. Soft knees,
we inhale reach down to come up. Take up space, spread the fingertips.
Exhale, think up and over as you enjoy this move. Bowing down forward, great.
Inhale, lift to flat back. Again, we could place a little tea cup on
the back of the neck here, and exhale, soft slow release down. Back up the
way we came, same thing as before. This time you might reach the fingertips back
to come up opening the chest, the shoulders, prancing away from the earth,
and exhale back down to the heart. Great, here we go again. Soft knees, inhale,
spread your fingertips reach up, full breath, exhale diving forward open
heart, inhale, lift to flat back, and exhale forward [fold]. Awesome,
fingertips come to the mat. We slide the right toes back, come to runners
lunge, and take a deep breath in here as you look forward. Breathing into
the front of that right hip crease, pulling the left hip crease back.
Take a second to come off the fingertips. Let your heart shine forward,
open the palms, open your chest, and then exhale, release it down. Palms come
to the mat as we slide left toes back to plank posture. Feel free to lower the knees here, no biggie
if you want to come into a half plank, otherwise we’re at the top of
a plank, top of a push-up rather, pressing away from the earth. We have foundations
of yoga videos for all of these postures so go check them out. We rock front, we rock back, we find that
sit bone to heel connection, we take a deep breath in, and out. On your next
inhale look forward chin forward as you come up on your toes, loop
the shoulders, hug the elbows into the side body, and slowly lower down
all the way to the belly. We inhale, lift up, Cobra, and exhale, soften,
and release. Sweep, curl the toes under, draw the naval up and back, and
send it to downward facing dog. Nice everyone. Pedal the feet, and on your next breath nothing
fancy we’re just going to step that right foot up into our runners lunge.
Check it out on the other side. I peel the right hip crease back. I’m
avoiding this turtle shell. So, chances are all of us are kind of here right
now, and with time, with awareness, with mindfulness we’ll build the
stamina, the space, create the length to shine the heart forward. Test yourself by hugging the inner thighs
together opening up for one second to get breath in, and then exhale release.
Great, rock the back foot up to meet the front, forward fold. Inhale, on your next breath in lift to that
flat back position, long beautiful neck, little grasshopper legs kind
of pull back here, and then exhale we release. Send the fingertips all the way up, left to
right, we reach up towards the sky, palms come together as we exhale back
down to the heart. Jumping right into the next one, soft knees,
inhale, reach it up. Fingertips kiss up overhead, exhale, diving
forward follow your breath, inhale lift to flat back inflate with air,
and exhale, soften, and release. Sweet. Bend the knees bring the palms to mat, fingertips
in line with the toes here, it’s kind of a nice little gauge. Now,
draw your naval to your spine, inhale in, and on an exhale hop or slide the
feet back to your plank. Great, nice long sit bone to heel connection
again here as we press away from the earth. Take a deep breath in, and
long exhale out. On your next breath in chin forward, look
forward, hug elbows into the side body, come onto your two big toes, and slowly
we lower down half way. Try to rumba, inhale in, and slowly sliding through
to upward facing dog, or cobra. Take a second here check in with the
neck, take a deep breath in, smile, and then naval to spine as we exhale,
send it back downward facing dog. Starting to warm up the body here. Cleanse
the energetic system. Shed anything that is no longer serving you. Shed
a little weight here. Great, we’ll walk the two big toes together. So,
we’re going to stand downward dog coming into a three legged dog. I’m going
to anchor in my left heel and slide the right foot all the way up. Take
a second to rotate that ankle one way then the other, and then turn your right
toes towards the left side of your mat. So, we’re leveling the hips here. So, I’m
not here, but I’m leveling the hips. One more deep breath here, I’m going
to bend my right knee in no hovering here, nose to knee. Nose to knee
here for one breath. Really spiking that left heel towards the back of
the mat, and then I’ll step my right foot up into my lunge. Awesome. Go ahead and lower that left knee
down here. If you need to double up on the mat that’s always an option, or
you can use a blanket or a towel. Front knee stacked over the front ankle. I’m
going to inhale and then exhale, press away from the earth come all
the way up stacking head over heart, heart over pelvis, hands will come
to the waistline here, we loop the shoulders, and we breath, right hammies
parallel to the mat. Great. Make sure you’re not on a tight rope, but
rather two planes, and we’re going to hug the inner thighs together to
find that [inaudible 00:12:55] that energetic lift up through the center
channel, through the core. Take a deep breath in and out. Then we’ll reach the
fingertips behind, interlace, draw the knuckles down as you open through
the chest, the heart. Great. We can stay here for a little…check in with
the hips. I’m going to inch my toes forward just a little bit here, inhale
in, and exhale, sink a little bit deeper. And I’m not just dumping
all of my weight into the front here, that’s not really beneficial, kind of
straining actually. So, find that opposition that we talk about
all the time. Maybe tucking the right foot back, and really pulling the right
hip crease back as we sink into our posture, opening up through the chest.
Take a deep breathe in, perhaps considering the back of the neck here,
extending through the crown of the head. One more breath, and then on
an exhale we’ll gently release, and come forward back to our planks. So, take your time here, and if you’re new
to the practice you can come to that half plank, in fact we’ll practice that
here. This is what this will look like. Knees together,
pelvis tucked, tailbone extended down toward the back of the knees,
if you want you can be in full plank as you inhale in. This is also a great
place to practice Chatarunga. We look forward, hug the elbows into the side
body, take a deep breath in, lower belly draws in as we exhale, keep the
gaze forward, hug in the elbows to the side body as we slowly lower down all
the way or half way, coming up to Cobra, or Upward Facing Dog. Take a deep breathe in, choose your own adventure,
and then exhale release, curl the toes under, draw the naval up and
back, Downward Facing Dog. Awesome my friends, peddle it out here, take
a deep breath in through the nose, go ahead and let a nice long exhale
out through the mouth. Great. Then we’ll walk the toes together once again,
tuck this in, and then I’ll drop my right heel down as I slide the left
foot up. Again, take a second to check in with that left ankle, and then
create a full body experience here. Leveling the hips, turning the left
toes toward the right side of the mat here, leveling out through the shoulders,
pressing into all ten knuckles, especially that area between the
index finger and thumb. Then I’ll bend that left knee, think up and
over, as I hug my left knee in toward my heart, nose to knee here for one
breath in, and out. A little core work here as I step the left foot up,
and slowly lower onto the right knee, awesome. Great, same thing as before, hands come into
the waistline, we loop the shoulders, and we just find this stacking
of head over heart, heart over pelvis, especially if you feel like, “Whoa,
whoa, whoa,” pad the knee, come onto the top of the back foot if that feels
better for you, hug the inner thighs together, and take responsibility right
for your balance here, for your happiness in the posture, or in the practice. We might just stay here, or we’ll swim the
fingertips around interlace once again. Knuckles coming down as we open the
chest, the heart. Breathe into the lungs here, expand with each inhale, and
then we might just stay here, especially if you’re new to the practice all
your prana your energy’s like, “Woooooo.” Then hug the inner thighs and stay
put. To take it a step further inch the toes out
just a bit, take a deep breath in, and as you see the hips forward pull that
left foot back, peel that hip crease. So, again a little opposition. Especially
that’s the beauty of a home practice, you’re not surrounded by people,
you’re not tempted to like just show off. And while we are going to be doing more enhanced
postured in the show, I really have tried to do that with Yoga With
Adriene too, like meet the poses in terms of listening to the body and
not just creating shapes. So, all that to say, we could just sink deep
here and be like, “Okay cool, when is it over?” Or we can really work from
the inside out, finding that opposition, that balance, working muscles,
joints, energetic body all together to serve…you. So wherever you’re at, and you’re probably
like, “Shut up Adriene.” Wherever you are take a deep breath in and
smile. And then exhale, gently release, belly comes to the thigh, fingertips
come to the mat, we lift that back knee up, and we wrap that back foot up
to meet the front, forward fold. Relax the weight of the head down, when you’re
ready, soft knees as we inhale, lift to flat back, and exhale bow.
Once again, send the fingertips left to right to come up we take a deep breath
in, full breath, and this time exhale diving right back into the next
[vinyasa]. Inhale, lift to flat back, long neck, exhale,
soften, and bow. Plant the palms same thing as before we step or hop
the feet back to plank. You can do it, take a deep breath in, and exhale,
hop it back. Awesome, we did it. Shift your weight forward chatarunga, or chatarunga
practice. You can get onto all fours if you need to, we inhale lift
up Upward Facing Dog, or Cobra, release sliding through strong legs,
so really lighting up the backs of those thighs here as you take a deep breath
in, and on an exhale send it back Downward Facing Dog. Okay, three nice long smooth deep breaths
here. Then we slide the right leg up, this time bend your right knee sending
it all the way forward, right knee kisses right elbow, hold here for one
breath, keep the gaze forward this time. One more breath, one more breath. Then we step on through into our lunge, high
lunge, we hug inner thighs together, send the fingertips back to come
up as you inhale. Keep that left heel spiking towards the back of the mat,
we reach it up. Right fingertips are going to grab the left
wrist here, think up and over as we slowly stretch the left side of the
body, open heart, strong legs. We have a 110% full body experience going on
here as we extend through the crown, one more breath, then exhale we release. Belly comes to the top of the thigh send the
fingertips back one breath here, press away, or imagine your palms pressing
away from the earth, and then exhale we release, and [inaudible]. You
can skip vinyasa, come to Child’s Pose if you want take a rest. Otherwise, we do a little vinyasa here, sliding
through Upward Facing Dog, or Cobra, and then exhale to Downward Facing
Dog. Three breaths here, and if you’re in the Extended
Child’s Pose make your way to Downward Facing Dog. Great. And this
time, we’ll anchor down through the right heel, slide the sole of the left
foot up, bend that left knee, think up and over. Almost like a puppy dog
at a fire hydrant here, you know what I’m talking about? So we’re opening up
through that hip here as we transition. Sliding it all the way forward this time left
knee kissing left elbow, send the gaze forward, brighten up the whole body,
spike the right heel toward the back of the mat, one more breath, and
then step it up into your lunge. Great. Same thing as before. We hug inner thighs
to the mid-line. We send the fingertips back to come up, opening up through
the shoulders, chest, the heart, and then we find our strong legs. Breathing, and this time left hand grabbing
the right wrist, we think up and over as we find that side stretch, really
seeing a bright, beautiful line from your right wrist all the way through
to your right ankle. Careful that the heart isn’t collapsing here, so open
it up, breathe, breathe, breathe. And then we inhale in and exhale
back to high lunge. Take a deep breath in as you transition here.
Belly comes to the top of the thigh, careful not to dump all your weight
here. You can do this. Strong energizing practice as we send the fingertips
back behind, light up through that back heel inhale in, and exhale release.
Awesome. Last Vinyasa, otherwise straight to Extended
Child’s Pose you go, so this is an optional thing, you can do one more
vinyasa here. Sending your gaze forward to practice Chatarunga here as we
slowly hover and scoop up to up dog, or Cobra, and then slowly we’ll meet
together in Extended Child’s Pose. So, maybe you’re already there, breathing,
melting the heart down, maybe you’re making your way there now, forehead
comes to the mat, take a deep breath in, and a long release out. Great. Bring the palms together here, bring them
up and over head, so you might have to peek at me for a second here in the
video, kind of like a shark fin as we come up and over. Then I’m going to
walk my elbows a little bit further towards the front edge, continuing
that stretch in the side body and the shoulders opening of the heart, and
then we relax here. Find your breath let it return back to you,
a more natural rhythm, cooling it down, and taking this moment to remember
your intention that you set, perhaps taking it with you on towards the
rest of your day. Okie-doke my friends so that was our energizing
morning sequence. If you did build up some heat take a moment to, you
know, have a glass of water before you move on to hot coffee, or a hot
day of work, or play, or taking care of things. We also have a gentle morning sequence so,
which is really lovely, and really yummy. So I’ll point that out to you.
You can intersperse phase two perhaps, interchange them whenever you have
time, moving from energizing to gentle practice just to find that balance,
which is what our Yoga practice is all about. I love you guys. Subscribe to the channel
if you haven’t already. ‘Favorite’ these videos so you can return
to them more easily. Leave questions, comments below. I love you. Have
a wonderful beautiful day, Namaste.

100 Comments

  1. Question though, when going into a deep downward dog, it's hard to just "let go" because my hands slide around. Any remedies ?? 🙁

  2. Thank you for a great morning sequence! 🙂

  3. The heat in my legs during the lunges was INSANE❤️❤️❤️😂😂😂

    Thank you Adriene for creating fire in my body 😂😂😂

  4. Fabulous again thank you 🙏🏻😍🙏🏻😍

  5. Another day completed. I love this flow. I struggle a little more on my right than my left which is surprising because I'm normally dominant on my right side. Cool huh. I love what I'm discovering about my body! Didn't know at 28 I'd still be discovering new things about my body, but today was one of those days! Thanks again girl xoxo Namaste

  6. Love it!! After a lil too much fun last night a perfect way to re-align

  7. I’m fairly new to home yoga! But I’m absolutely Loving it❤️ I find your method of talking me through every move and reminding me ‘To Breath’ really helpful. Your upbeat natural manner makes me feel comfortable and confident to give myself this time most mornings! Thank you🙏 ☺️

  8. Thank you dear Adriene for making Yoga routines so enjoyable. Your videos and words of inspirations has truly made my mornings a joy to look forward to. May your life be filled with lots of blessings. Namaste.

  9. Phew, found that tough today. 😍🙏🏻😍🙏🏻 thank you

  10. Lovely session! just what i needed this morning! thanks 🤠

  11. Nmaste andirene j🙇
    I am from India

  12. I was feeling so tired and unmotivated today, this was just what I needed to turn my day in the right direction! Thank you!

  13. Those eyes! That smile! What a way to start the day. Needed a little something to get me going and revisited this workout today. Ready to go forth and conquer. Only two more workouts left to complete my 365 days of #yogawirhadriene #committed #ywa #fwfg #soinlove #celebritycrush #benji

  14. what does it take to make you blush?

  15. A lovely beautiful day to you too

  16. One of the captions for chaturanga said "try to rumba" and I loved it!

  17. Thank you

  18. Good Morning from Maine Adrienne,what a great practice to start the day!.My intention for this practice is to have a beautiful day as well as honoring my Mother.Today is her birthday and she would be 84.But in Angle years she is flowing along with me on this yoga journey with you! She always loved the morning! Happy Birthday Mom,I love you! Thank you Adrienne your practices had served me in so many ways!NAMASTE to you and Benji and all of you beautiful yogis around the globe!

  19. My mom and I do your Morning and Bedtime Yoga everyday it feels so wonderful and helped with her high blood pressure

  20. Awsome morning start, time for coffee and then go walk my morning nine holes of golf namaste!!!

  21. PHEW!! my intention was to wake up — HA!, DONE!! Thank you.

  22. Wow, I've been following Adriene for only a few weeks because I wanted to increase my yoga sessions and having been with Emma, my yoga teacher for a few years now, Emma has given me the confidence to improve myself more. Adriene is very similar in her approach to yoga as my teacher Emma, explaining each posture while allowing time to correct my posture before moving forward. I'm not a fitness guy who wants to exercise everyday but doing yoga with Adriene does help me. I know it sounds cheesey, but yoga does help me with my fitness but also with my mind and mental health. Thanks Adriene. I've been between video posts and although all your videos are great, this video and the Deep Stretch video are on a different level for me which is great. For anyone wanting to do a yoga practise and increase their own abilities within yoga, then I can not recommend anyone else better than Adriene, but also find a local yoga practise near you and see if you like it as I'm sure you will. Oh yeah, a diffrent matter the weather today is Sunny and in England in June, this is heaven. Be good Adriene and thank you again.

  23. Great routine! Thanks for sharing.

  24. WE STAN ADRIENE! WE STAN THE YOGA PRACTICE, EVEN THE YOGA MAT

  25. she talks too much

  26. you give great directions and descriptions. Thanks for this morning routine!

  27. my go-to routine.

  28. hahahaha i love you!!! Shut up adriene literally made me laugh so much 🙂

    thank you for being a bright little starlet xxx

  29. loved it, Namaste!

  30. Thank you Adriene!
    Namaste

  31. This was great! Thanks!

  32. holy moly i have never sweat so hard during yoga before

  33. this is the best practice so far<3 Thank you my lovely Adriene:)

  34. Thank you! I come for yoga and stay for Adrienne’s positive af vibes♥️

  35. I love this! I feel amazing afterwards! Thank-you, Adriene! Much LOVE!!!

  36. Thanks! Great morning sequence! 🙂

  37. Returning to an oldie but goodie! If I had the equipment, I think it would be hilarious to show my attempts at sticking with the yoga while simultaneously being challenged by my overly involved 19lb cat. Those high lunges are a favorite of his—*slam* into my bent leg— yep, favorite!! Thank you, Adriene! Love your show.

  38. I like the sequence. I’ve don’t it many times. It’s a great start to the day!

  39. 1:10

  40. I never think to myself “shut up Adrienne.” I love the introductions you give and the constant reminders of the many variations and to listen to what our body wants to get out of the practice. It reminds me to customize the exercise to myself and the constant reminders of breathing and such, it is always appreciated.

  41. You are easily my favorite Yoga you tuber!

  42. Thank you Adriene for posting your videos. You are transforming my life. I started doing your yoga for my sore shoulder and now I am addicited to a daily dose, whether i get in a morning, bedtime or early evening session. My shoulder pain is gone, my posture is effortlessly fantastic. Im sleeping better, feeling great. I have recommended you to my family and friends and i know that you have a wee upsurge in followers since. XX

  43. thank you so much! now i'm all charged up to start my day

  44. Thank you very much Adrienne,keep up the amazing work you do.much appreciated.love and peace always

  45. Very hot now …Fantastic! Thank you x

  46. Oh darling Adriene- such a joy to do this old video! So glad I found you all those years ago. Great start to my day xx

  47. Love love love your videos and your teaching Adrienne! Thank you! Namaste.

  48. Adrienne,great morning sequence! Absolutely enjoy your Sh….sh sound it’s the only sound that helps me really engage the core.thank you for your work,

  49. wow! i think i have just found one of my favourite practises! thanks xx

  50. Phew,thank you, two days in a row 🙏🏻😍🙏🏻😍🙏🏻

  51. Gorgeous to return to this today 🙂 Thank you Adriene @

  52. i made it through all the way until the last upwards facing dog. My thighs were screaming haha. Damn that was a workout

  53. One of my favorite mornings so far! Your videos have changed the way I start my day which affects my entire week, thank you Adrienne <3

  54. Cool you manner makes yoga fun and I enjoy practicing yoga with you

  55. I LOVE how gentle and powerful your practices are. When we finish, im always ready for more without knowing that my body is already on FIREEEE!

  56. Dear Adrienne, thank you for this morning practice. I loved it.

  57. Simply, THANK YOU Adriene! You rock! Hugs, love and positive vibes from South France <3

  58. ***This one is a Goldie. Loved all the different verbal cues and it really was a good strong full body experience.

  59. You are wonderful, this is a great yoga practice!

  60. Really love all of your videos that make me look forward to next Yogapractise with U ❤️

  61. I like the reminders to smile! Doing so instantly makes me feel better.

  62. HOW DO YOU DO THAT!?!!!?!???

  63. Beautiful practice! Thank you, Adriene.

  64. I love this practice! Every time we do childs pose, my hips are screaming! I can’t find a way to sink into it without it hurting. Is there anything I can do to help that, or will it just come with time..?

  65. Loved it!

  66. Incredibly important and informative political and philosophical programs that affect all of our daily lives in countless ways get 600,000 subscribers and 30,000 views per video, while yoga gets 5 million subscribers and 4 million views. Don't get me wrong, Adriene is beyond awesome in so many ways, but it really is a funny world we live in. 🙂

  67. That was PERFECT for the morning! Got a light sweat but it wasn't overly intense. You're amazing Adriene. Thank you!

  68. Don't shut up Adriene, you're fun to hang with. 😀

  69. So much talking…..

  70. FANTASTIC way to start the day. Thanks Adriene!

  71. Thank you

  72. Thank you 🙏

  73. We love you too! You rock. Thank you ever so much for your time, wisdom and knowledge and for sharing with all. Bless you. xo

  74. 5 years ago and you still look the same as today. Que rica hermosa. What type of skin products are you using? :p

  75. oh my gosh adriene i've been doing your yoga and I'm shocked.

  76. Yo Adriene! You are strong like bull, for I am just a mere mortal. Namaste 🙏🧘🏻‍♂️

  77. Loved this practice, as always brought a smile to my face when I really needed it. Thank you Adriene and sending love and good wishes your way

  78. Thank you Adriene ^^ This is so great for the kickstart of my day 🙂

  79. That‘s really energizing!

  80. Thank you Adriene, for everything. Your free videos have made a life long change in me.

  81. this is the most engaged my body has ever been in a yoga routine!! my body felt like it was on fire – but a good fire! namaste

  82. I always like your style of gentle encouragement , Adriene. Thank you for a beautiful practice today, and all days!

  83. Loved it, love you too girl
    You have an amazing energy seriously kicked my butt and still managed to crack me up your awesome 🙏🏼

  84. day 132th in books

  85. I have started doing a daily yoga practice for about 5 months now, I love it so much, but this KICKED MY BUTT. Thank you.

  86. I love you

  87. Benji you're my buddy forever

  88. Adriene, I keep coming back to your practice videos. I just LOVE you! I love your gentle, fun nature and your reassurance. Thank you xx

  89. Perfect for a Tuesday. Focus to breath, balance, posture, and core to center and ground me for the week ahead. Thank you, Adriene. Love your show.

  90. Indeed an energizing sequence. Try 'em for the first time and sweat all over the body lol. Now i feel great!

  91. Loved this video! Every day I do a little more, feel a little more awake in the morning and alive during the day.

  92. thank you for sharing this with the world. you changed my life!

  93. Thanks Adrienne! These videos are a great way to start my morning routine!

  94. Where is Benji???

  95. Excellent practice to start the day, Thanks Adrienne.

  96. I just started Yoga with Adriene. Love, love, love your videos!! Thank you so much!!

  97. Thank you for an amazing morning session!

  98. This was a bit to intense for me to begin yoga with, and so I didn't make it til the end, but it still was a very nice way to start my day <3
    Next step is to make it until the end !

  99. Thank you 🙂

  100. That finished too quick! Haven’t done yoga for a few weeks, so was nice to get back into it, thank you x

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