Total Body Yoga Workout (Will Make You Feel So Good!)

– When you have a dedicated yoga practice, you begin to feel changes in your body and in every aspect of your life. – Hi, I'm Gerrye. I'm from Houston, Texas and you are practicing Fightmaster Yoga. – I'm Leslie Fightmaster and welcome to Fightmaster Yoga. A place to deepen your practice. When you commit to this channel you'll begin to see beauty in every aspect of your life. Sit up nice and tall. Hands together. I honor the light, love, truth, beauty, and peace within you. It is also within me. Therefore we are united. We are the same. We are all one. Releasing and rolling forward, make your way into a child's pose with your arms extended in front of you. Now spread your fingers wide. Begin to press into the
base of your fingers, lifting up through your forearms. And as you press, try to
lengthen out your spine. Then inhale, come on
up to hands and knees. Bring chest forward. Lift chin and tailbone. Now exhale, rounding the
spine, chin toward chest and then take your hips all the way back to your heels. I'm gonna do it a little
bit slower each time. So inhale to come forward. Look up. Exhale, one big breath. As you exhale, draw the belly in and up and take hips to heels. Once again, slower. Inhale, longer breath as you come forward. Draw your shoulder
blades toward the waist. Exhale. Tuck and round and take your hips back to your heels. Keep a nice steady, smooth breath. Inhale, coming forward. Turn your inner elbows forward this time. Tuck your toes for downward facing dog, adho mukha svanasana. Start to bend one knee and
the other as you warm up. At the bottom of you exhales take a moment to pull
your belly in and up. Really engaging what's
called uddiyana bandha. A bandha is an energetic
lock in your body. Start to press your thighs back. Your heels reaching toward the floor. Arms shoulders distance. Feet hips width. Begin to firm your outer hips in towards center and your inner thighs like you're holding a block. Inhale, float your right leg back and up with level hips. As you exhale, bring the
thigh toward the belly. Really pull it in as you hold here. And then lightly step it up by the hand. Take the left knee down, rise up. Inhale for low lunge. Palms facing each other. Pull your right hip back. Exhale, interlace your fingers behind you. Inhale, open up the chest. Maybe looking up. Letting the head go back gently. But try to lift and widen through your collarbones as you breathe. Release the hands down and come to plank. Knees can be up or down here. It's your choice. Shift your shoulders about an inch forward and slowly lower to your belly. Bring the hands by the low ribs. Inhale, peel the chest up. Press all 10 toenails down. Lengthen butt to heels. Lift your hands up. See if you can stay
just as high as you were using the back muscles. Now tuck the toes under. Knees can be up or down. Pull the belly in, press up, and then back into downward facing dog. Inhale, your left leg back and up. Again, lifting from inner thigh. Exhale, thigh toward belly. Shoulders above the wrist. Really pull in the ribs and belly here as you breathe. Lightly step it up. Right knee down. Pull the left hip back and inhale, stretch up through the arms. Arrow straight arms. Palms facing in so your outer upper arms, triceps spin forward and then take your hands again behind you. Interlace the other pinky on top and start to reach those hands down toward the back of your knee as you open up your chest. Gently look up as long as
it's okay on your neck. But don't make this a neck, back bend. Make this an upper back, back bend. Release, bring the hands down. Come to plank. And lower through chaturanga. Shoulders no lower than the elbows. Then inhaling to upward facing dog or stick with cobra. Exhale, use the belly muscles to make your way to downward facing dog. Firming the legs. Pressing the thighs back. Draw the front ribs in. Remember, every exhale, pull the belly in and up just a little more deeply. Just for a moment and
then let it go and inhale. Lightly step the feet forward. Inhale, lengthen the spine halfway up. Exhale, fold in, bending
the knees as you need to. Press through the feet firmly as you inhale to rise up. And exhale, bring the hands at your heart. Warming up. Feet hips width or big toes
touching, heels slightly apart. Inhale, sweep the arms
out, around, and up. Exhale, hinge from your
hip creases and fold. Keeping your spine nice and long. Inhale, halfway up. Exhale, stepping to plank pose and lower through chaturanga. You can always have your knees down there. Then inhale, press through
the hands and feet for up dog. Exhale. Use the belly muscles. Transition to down dog. Start to get into the habit of firming the outer hips and inner thighs toward center as you lift up through the pelvic floor muscles. That is your mula bandha. Bandhas are energy locks in the body. We wanna keep the energy in the body and that makes you strong and feeling lighter as you move. Look forward, keep the hips high. Lightly step or hop up. Inhale, lengthen through the spine and fold to exhale. Press through the feet. Inhale, reaching up. Keep the ribs and belly in. Exhale, the hands to heart. Inhale again. Sweeping the arms up. Exhale, hinge from your hips as you fold. Keep your belly and ribs in. Inhale, come halfway up, lengthen. Exhale, step or float. If you float, land with those
elbows bent in chaturanga. Inhale, pressing up. Exhale, stretch back. Now even out your breathe so your inhales and your exhales are equal in length. Keep pressing into the
base of those fingers. Lifting up through the forearms. Spinning your triceps back. Your outer upper arms. And gently soften around the neck. Look forward, lightly step or hop up. Inhale to lengthen. Exhale to fold. Press down and rise up, inhale. And exhale. Samasthiti. Steady balance. Taking the feet hips width apart. We'll take the right foot up anywhere above or below the knee for tree pose. Find a steady focal point and reach your arms up when you're ready. Do your best to drop your right hip down and squeeze your left
hip in towards center. You don't have to worry about trying to press the right knee back. That doesn't need to happen. But now point the knee forward. Extending the leg now, really
use those belly muscles and the pelvic floor
muscles to stabilize you. Keep your shoulders just above the hips instead of leaning back. And release. Other side. So right foot down. We'll pick up the left. Taking it anywhere
below or above the knee. Pressing the foot into the leg. The leg back into the foot. Find your balance. Find your focal point and then inhale, add the
arms when you're ready. Palms facing each other. Now best you can, squeeze the right hip in towards center as
you drop your left hip down toward the floor. Point the knee forward. Extend the leg. Keep dropping that outer hip. Pull in the ribs and belly. Lift the pelvic floor muscles. Really reach through the
ball of that lifted leg foot. And then release it. Back to tadasana. Inhale, bend the knees and drop your hips for utkatasana, chair. Exhale, belly to thighs and then straighten out the legs. Inhale, lengthen halfway. Exhale, step or float
for chaturanga dandasana. Inhale, upward facing dog. Full breath in. Exhale, downward facing dog. Inhale, float the right leg back and up. Exhale, draw the thigh
in toward the belly. Keep pressing away from the floor and then lightly step it up. Spin the back heel down. Line up front heel and
back arch, warrior two. Make sure the front
knee is over the ankle. Lift your chest and widen. Pull out your shoulder blades, relax. Interlace fingers behind you and then wrap them around your right hip. Right around your waist. You can look forward over your knee or you can look straight ahead over toward the long side of the mat. Either way, roll your shoulder heads back. Lift your belly. Keep sinking down into the front knee and lifting the back inner thigh up. Keep the hands as they are. Straighten the front leg. Bring your hands behind your back. Point both toes facing in a little bit. And then as you exhale, fold forward for prasarita padottanasana C. Shift the weight a little bit toward the balls of the feet so your hips are in line with your heels. And let your elbow joints soften. Gaze softly off the tip of the nose. Breathing gently. Inhale, make your way up. Turn the right leg out. Walk the back leg in a little bit if you like that for triangle pose. Hinge from your front hip crease. Reach as far forward as you can. Then take your right hand down wherever it reaches. Stretch up through the left arm. Now lengthen from your naval through the crown of the head. Inhale, reaching left arm forward in line with the ear. Exhale, sweep it in front of you. Take it behind your back, resting it there or hooking
it onto the right thigh. Keep drawing your right
hip underneath you. Press down into the big toe
mound of your right foot. Now lengthen from the right hip through the right armpit. Looking down, we'll bend the knee and step back for chaturanga. Then inhaling for upward dog. And exhale, stretch back,
downward facing dog. Inhale to float the left leg back and up. Lifting from inner thigh with level hips. Exhale, thigh toward belly. Shoulders above the
wrist just for a moment and then lightly step
it in between the hands. Spin the back heel down. Make sure your feet are
lined up heel to arch as you come into warrior two. Make sure the left knee is pointed straight ahead so it's above the middle toes and above the ankle. Interlace the other pinky behind you. Wrap it around and rest
it on the left thigh. So again, you can look straight ahead toward the long side of the mat if that feels more comfortable. Or you can turn your head and look forward like you normally would in warrior two. But either way, press your
shoulder blades forward toward your chest to
widen the collarbones. Now we'll take the feet to parallel. Toes in a little. Bring the hands behind your back. Inhale, lengthen. Hinging from the hip creases. Exhale to come forward. Try to keep the spine
just as long as you can. Crown of the head is reaching down. It may or may not touch. Doesn't matter. But affirm the leg muscles all the way up into the hip sockets. Firming outer hips in toward center. And even lifting the
pelvic floor muscles here. Draw in through the lower belly and keep that engagement. As you inhale, come on up. Turing left leg out. Walk the back foot in a little if you like a shorter stance for triangle. Arms at shoulder height. Hinge from the hip crease. Reach as far as you can then take the left hand
down wherever it lands. Reaching through the right arm and stretching it up. Lengthen through the torso from the naval to the crown of the head. Inhale, take right arm forward. Exhale, sweep it down in front of you. Take it to the low back or wrap it around the left thigh. Rolling the top shoulder open, bring your bottom ribs forward. Spin your top ribs back. Lengthen the crown of the head forward and then maybe look up if that's okay on your neck. Keep drawing that front sitting bone under and that left leg. Look down, bend the knees, step to plank, and lower chaturanga. Then inhaling, upward facing dog. Exhaling, downward facing dog. Stretch back. Even out the breath here. Inhale, make your way to plank. Stepping feet together, roll to the pinky toe
side of your right foot and stretch up through the left arm. Bring the top hip a little forward or there's an option to pick up that top leg into a tree pose. And if you do, reach your left arm forward in line with the ear. It's just an option. And if you have the tree option, you may just try and keep the tree and lower chaturanga
and inhale, up dog tree. And exhale, tuck the back
toes to down dog tree and then let your tree
fall in regular down dog. Even out your breath. Inhale to plank. Stepping feet together. Rolling to the pinky toe
side of the left foot. Stretch up through the right arm. Just remember, you can stay
right here in side plank or picking up the top foot, taking it anywhere above or below the knee and reaching the right arm forward in line with your ear. Your choice. Try to bring that top hip a little bit forward so hips are level. And then if you have the tree leg, you can challenge yourself a bit today and keep it for plank pose and through chaturanga and inhale it, keep it for up dog, and then tuck the toes, make your way to down dog, letting it go. Breathing here. Remember, if you wanna break, push the pause button,
take a child's pose. Take a break. Otherwise, bend the knees. Step or hop up. Inhale, lengthen. Fold on your exhale. Take your feet hips width apart and grab your elbows and hang. You can also add in rocking
the torso side to side. Knees can be bent or straight. And then option to take your hands behind your calves and draw your torso down toward the thighs. Release that. Look up, inhale, lengthen. Exhale, hands to hips. All the way up to standing. Back to tadasana. We're gonna bend the knees a little bit. Take your left leg and wrap
it on top of your right. Take your arms to shoulder height and wrap your right arm over
the left for eagle pose. Lift your chest but let
your shoulder blades relax. That top leg, if it doesn't
wrap around the calf, it doesn't matter. You can cross it once and that's perfectly fine. Now we're gonna uncross it. Maybe you'll tap a little
bit, maybe you won't. Right into warrior three and then bend the front
knee for crescent pose. Pull the right hip back and double check that your
right knee's over your ankle cause we came into it differently. Bend the back knee,
tilting pelvis forward, and then straighten through that leg. Unwrap your arms and
sweep them up, inhale. Bring hands to heart, leaning forward and hug
your arm across to twist. Left arm comes across. You can even take your
left hand to the floor and stretch the right arm
up if that works for you. Otherwise, keep hands at heart center. Relax your shoulders. Pull your right hip back. Twist from above the waist. Release that. Make your way through chaturanga. Inhale to upward facing dog. And exhale back into downward facing dog. We're just gonna stay a
breath or so here in down dog. And then bend the knees, hips high. Lightly step or hop up. Inhale, lengthen. Fold as you exhale. Inhale, bend your knees, drop your hips. Come into utkatasana, chair pose. And then exhale back to tadasana. So we'll do the other side. Feet about hips width apart. Bend the knees. Now you'll cross your
right knee over the left. Either once or wrap it around the calf. Bring your arms up. Left arm on top of right. Touching palms, or you can
even touch your shoulders. Lift your chest. Pull your belly in. Squeeze those outer hips, inner thighs. Lifting the pelvic floor. As you unwrap the top leg, maybe tap it down, maybe not, and find warrior three. Reaching fingertips forward. Keep dropping the outer hip of that back lifted leg. Slowly bend the front knee. You might need to wiggle
around a little bit so you can get your left
knee over the ankle. Once you're set, bend the back knee, tilt the pelvis forward and then pull the belly in as you straighten it. Keep pulling your left hip back. Breathe. Inhale, release the arms. Stretch them up. Exhale, palms together
right down the center. Then lean forward and exhale to hook the right arm across and twist. Now pulling your front leg hip back. If you wanna go deeper, right hand down, left arm up. So the left hip's pulling back. The right hip lifts up
and away from the mat so that we try to keep the hips level, twisting above the waist. Release that. Hands to the ground and lower. Exhale, chaturanga. Then inhaling, upward dog. And exhaling back, downward dog. Evening breath a moment. Relax any tension around the neck, the shoulders, and the jaw. Look forward, step or lightly hop to sit. And carefully lower
yourself onto your back with your heels under your knees. Toes pointing in slightly
toward one another. Feet hip socket distance apart. And inhale, pressing to bridge pose. And grab the sides of the mat or interlacing fingers. Lengthen your sitting bones toward the backs of your knees and spiral your thighs
in toward each other. Spiral, I have a tough
time with that word. Lengthen your neck. And breathe. Release that. Lower down. Soles of feet together, knees apart. Put a hand on your heart
center, hand on your belly. Think of three things that you are grateful for today. Any three things that come to mind. And now we'll bring our knees back up. Hips width apart, outer
edges of feet parallel. You can go into upward facing bow, wheel, or another bridge. Coming on up, either way. If you go all the way up, pause at the crown of the head. Line up wrists and elbows and then straighten the arms. Otherwise, bridge. Maybe interlace the other
pinky on the bottom. Lengthening the front of the body as you spin your inner thighs down and lengthen your sitting bones toward the backs of your knees. Slowly release and lower down. Soles of feet together, knees apart. Again, hand on your heart
center, hand on your belly. And just breathe here and let anything come to mind. Breathing in positivity and exhaling anything
that no longer serves you. Whatever that might be for you. Last one, another bridge
pose or urdhva dhanurasana, upward facing bow, also
known as wheel pose. Hands up by the ears if
you're going all the way up. Crown of the head down. Line up wrists and elbows and then straighten through the arms. Otherwise, stick with bridge pose. Make sure your toes are
pointed in either way. You're still spinning inner thighs down. Lengthening sitting bones
toward backs of knees. If you're in wheel pose, press your shoulder
blades toward your chest. To come down, chin into chest first and then lower. And then we'll hug our
knees into the chest and gently rock yourself side to side. Giving your low back a
little well deserved massage. Start to roll yourself back and forth. If that doesn't work very well for you then roll to your right and press up. Otherwise, rolling to seated. Extend the legs. Pull the toes back but
press the heels down. Draw in through the belly and through the pelvic floor. Bend your right knee. Right solo foot toward
the left inner thigh. Reach up with the arms, exhale. Little turn toward the straight
leg as you come forward. As you make your inhales you can find some more
length through the spine. As you have your exhales see if you can soften anywhere. Maybe in the face or the shoulders. Or soft kind words to yourself. Inhale, lift your head. Exhale to release. Now take that solo foot
on the floor, knee up, right hand behind you, left arm up. Exhale, take the left
arm across for a twist. As you inhale, lengthen through the spine and as you exhale, roll
your right shoulder back. Twisting is so good for the spine. Inhale, the head to center. Exhale, release. Now we'll bend the left knee in. Left solo foot toward right leg. Exhale, hinge from your
hips and come forward. As you inhale, create length. As you exhale, release something. Release tension. Release words. Thoughts. And then just breathe. Focus on the breath. Inhale, head up and release. Take the left foot on the floor flat. Left hand behind, right arm up, inhale. Exhale, right arm across, twist. Press evenly down through
both of your sitting bones. As you lengthen, inhale
through your spine. As you exhale, roll your shoulder back on that left side. Maybe twisting a little deeper. Remember that left leg. Make sure the toes are still
pointed up to the ceiling. That front leg. It could be the right leg, pardon me. Now bending the knees, you're gonna roll onto your back. Take your right ankle
just past the left knee and flex the ankle. Draw it in, holding onto the left leg and the shin or behind the thigh. You can stay with that or cross the right knee over the left to go in a little deeper. So to go in deeper you're drawing the thighs in toward the belly but still lengthening sitting
bones toward the floor and pulling your feet a little bit away from each other. That really gets into the hips quite well. Relax your shoulders and your jaw. Nice long breaths right into those hips. We'll slowly release. Take your left ankle
just past the right knee. Flex the ankle. Draw the right leg in,
holding anywhere on the leg. You can stay right with this or cross the left knee
on top of the right. Grab the feet or the ankles. Kinda hold 'em like handlebars. Draw the knees in toward the belly. Lengthen your lower back toward the floor. Send deep full breaths into your hips. Slowly release that. And now we're gonna take the legs toward the space behind you. So, if you can, bring your
thighs toward your belly. Hold on anywhere around the legs. Calves, heels, feet. Just to stretch out the
lower back one more time. And then release it
using your belly muscles to slowly take your feet to the floor. Now if this hurts your back at all, then put your hands under hips. Otherwise, slow, slow is real. Make your way into shavasana. Make sure your sitting bones are lengthening toward
the backs of your knees. Your shoulder blades are away from your ears toward your waist. And then let your feet flop open. Arms by your sides. And release any tension in your forehead, in your jaw. Our quote today comes from Brene Brown. "Let go of who you think
you are supposed to be. "Embrace who you are." Quiet mind, quiet body. Shavasana. Begin to lengthen your breath as you make some movements in your fingers and
toes and hands and feet. Stretch through your arms and legs. Bend your knees. Roll onto to your right side and don't forget to thank
yourself for showing up today. Taking your practice. Taking care of yourself is wonderful. Make your way up to seated and bring your hands together. Hands to your forehead reminding you to have clear and loving thoughts. Hands to heart reminding you to have clear and loving intentions. And hands to your mouth reminding you to have clear and loving communications. Sending positive energy
to all beings everywhere. Namaste. See ya later. If you liked that video and you'd like to practice a
longer one, try this video. We filmed it in Italy on a retreat and I love meeting all
of my brand new friends that I meet on retreats. It's a really fun class that I think you'll like. If you're still here at
the end of the video, thank you and the secret word is source. So put that in the comments below.


  1. Did you enjoy that class? Try this yoga routine filmed on a retreat in Italy

  2. You are good source of positive energy!! Thank you fightmaster!

  3. Source! Thank you rx

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  5. Fantastic 😙

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  7. This was a great practice, love your soothing voice and you look great!

  8. What an awesome full body workout. I feel so much better now. Thanks.

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  10. Source!!!! Feeling so energized.. prepping me for the long day ahead.. Leslie please come to India for one of your retreats. pleeeeaseee… Pretty please!! 🙏xoxoxoxo

  11. 🙏❤️

  12. Source! Great session. Thanks from London

  13. This class was accurately named. I feel SO GOOD after this one. This might be my new go-too class. Thank you.

  14. Source! I actually had time to take a longer practice, and this was perfect. Thank you.

  15. Love your videos!

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  17. Yes! I feel so good after this practice. Thanks Lesley.

  18. Source 😊 Thanks for the hint to the longer class. Will definitely check it out. And in case you're in Italy again for a retreat I'd love to take part 🤗

  19. Source! Great way to start the weekend 😊

  20. Loving this series! The plugs at the end are a little jarring though. Maybe the volume is louder or something? Especially as you're using an extra gentle and low key voice for this series.

  21. SOURCE! Sending love from Newcastle in England. I love these videos.

  22. Dear Leslie, thank you for the beautiful practice, yet again! This really made me feel SO good! On another note, I hope you don't mind me saying that I notice you seem much leaner in the recent videos. Do you mind sharing about your diet and workout routine? I really would like to incorporate more yoga in my routine, but am scared of losing my muscles gained from strength training. Appreciate any tips! 🙏

  23. source! and I love this source of energy. Thank you.

  24. You are awesome!!!! Thank you


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  28. source … !

  29. Thank you, Lesley! Your videos are always a great start of the day! You are my SOURCE well-being <3

  30. Always a great source of inspiration for the day. Thanks!

  31. Thanks for this totally fantastic series of movements! I have been doing it about 4-5 times per week since it was published and today I really feel great! Such a perfect start of the day.

  32. This routine was a great SOURCE of joy and release💜

  33. sourse!

  34. You are my source for release, for strength, for positive radiant light. Thank you 🙏🏼

  35. Source! Thanks Lesley and see you in Amsterdam!

  36. Source …where we find the deepest love and support. Thank you for all you are, all you do and all you have!

  37. Source! Thank you for this!

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