Yoga Camp – Day 25 – I Am Strong

– What’s up, party people? And welcome to 30 Days of Yoga Camp. I’m Adriene, and it’s Day 25. Time to get the juices flowin’. Feel alive. Welcome and wake-up these babies, because the mantra today is, “I Am Strong.” Let’s get started. (lively, uplifting piano music) OK, today we’re going to begin standing at the front of the mat. Plant your feet hip width apart. Loop the shoulders. Stand up nice and tall. Inhale, reach the arms up and overhead, jumping right in today. Exhale, floating the
fingertips down at your sides. (exhaling) Inhale, reaching up. Press into your feet. (inhaling) Just connecting with the breath here. Exhale. Floating it down. The mantra today, “I Am Strong,” so inhale, reach up, and say to yourself, “I Am Strong.” Exhale, down. Great, interlace the fingertips. Loop the shoulders. Open your chest. Open your heart to this
idea that you are indeed quite strong. We have all the strength we need within. We just need to cultivate it
and connect to it sometimes a little bit more. So, just keep that in
mind as we move today through a fierce and fun practice. Inhale in. (inhaling) Exhale, release. Inhale, reach the arms up. (inhaling) Exhale, Forward Fold. (exhaling) Go ahead and take a couple breaths here to check in with the body today. Grab the elbows. Rock a little side to
side if it feels good. Shake the head a little yes, a little no. (inhaling) And try to just stay in the moment. Don’t worry about what I said about this being a fierce practice. Just stay in the moment. You never what could happen. (inhaling) Stay present. (exhaling) Maybe the mantra crosses your mind again, “I Am Strong.” Can you be strong in your breath today? (inhaling) Strong in your foundation. (exhaling) Here we go, inhale. Halfway lift. Flat back. Exhale, bow. Inhale, reach for the sky. Spread the fingertips. Press into the earth. Strong base. Exhale, hands to heart. (exhaling) Inhale, reach it up. (inhaling) Exhale, diving forward. (exhaling) Inhale, halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale, Forward Fold. Great, from here we’re gonna
walk the feet together. Then slide the right toes
back into a nice, low lunge. Start to stretch it out here. (breathing) Wooo, allergies killing me. Might lower that back knee. Just explore here, nice and slow, stretching out through the lower body. Nice and slow, finding
your alignment, excuse me. Finding that action. Engaging body. Full body experience. And then step the back
foot up to meet the right. Come back to your Forward Fold. Inhale, halfway lift. Exhale, bow. (exhaling) Bend the knees. Fingertips to the mat. And feet together, we step
the left toes back now. And we explore here. (exhaling) Connecting to all parts of the body. One moving part here as we play around, waking up the muscles, stretching it out. (breathing) Then come back to your nice, low lunge. And from here we’ll plant the palms and step the right toes
back to Downward Dog. Melt your heart back. Melt your thighs back. Breathe deeply. (breathing) Find movement that feels good here. (inhaling) And then come to a nice
place of stillness. (exhaling) Big breaths. (breathing) And then slowly lower onto the knees. And drop the belly, inhale, look forward. Exhale, rounding through the spine. Just a couple of these. Inhale, welcoming that heat to the body. Getting the juices flowing. (exhaling) Inhale, heart forward. (inhaling) Exhaling, rounding through. Great, curl the toes under. Send it back up, Down Dog. Then walk the big toes
into the center line. Drop the left heel, and
lift the right leg up high. Square the hips here. Drop the right shoulder. Breathe. Right toes down to the earth. Inhale in. As you exhale, squeeze the
nose up towards the knee. Inhale, three-legged dog. (inhaling) Exhale, nose to knee. (exhaling) Inhale, three-legged dog. (inhaling) Exhale, nose to knee. And then step it up into
your nice, low lunge. Great, inhale, look forward. Exhale, hug the inner
thighs to the midline. Connect to your center. You got this. Reach the fingertips up high, high lunge. You got this. Inhale. Exhale, ground yourself. (exhaling) We can always lower the
back knee here, no problemo. Still a very strong pose. Everyone, with the arms
reaching up and overhead, bend your left knee and
tuck the tail just a hair. Lengthen it down towards the earth so that you can stack the spine, and then send it back. (exhaling) Big breath in. (inhaling) With control, slowly, belly
to the top of the thigh. Fingertips to the mat. Plant the palms. Step the right toes back. Slowly lower all the way to the belly. (exhaling) Inhale, Cobra, press into
the tops of the feet. (inhaling) Exhale, release. Two more just like that. Inhale, Cobra, play. Wake up the spine. Exhale to come down and one more, nice and slow, mindful. And exhale, release. Good. Press up to all fours or to plank. Take a deep breath in. (inhaling) And then send it back, Down Dog. Good, walk the big toes together. Drop the right heel. Inhale, lift the left leg up high. Square the hips here. (inhaling) Left toes down. Draw your left shoulder down just a hair. (exhaling) Here we go, lifting from
the left inner thigh, inhale. Exhale, squeeze nose to knee. Cultivate strength. Inhale, three-legged dog. I am strong. Exhale, nose to knee. (exhaling) One more time, inhale. (inhaling) Exhale, nose to knee. (exhaling) And then step it up into
your nice, low lunge. Take a second here to
gather your bearings. Breathe, breathe, breathe. Then draw the inner thighs to the midline. Lengthening tailbone down
as you lift your heart up high, lunge. (exhaling) Inhale in. As you exhale, ground down
through the shoulders, knit the lower rib cage in. Again, we can come onto the knee. But if it’s lifted, bend
the right knee softly so you can lengthen the tailbone down. Head over heart, heart over pelvis. Then squeeze the inner
thighs to the midline as you straighten that back leg out. Strong, fierce pose here. Inhale, reach. (inhaling) Exhale, with control, rain it down. Belly comes to the top of the thigh, and then we plant the palms and step the left toes back. (exhaling) Move through a vinyasa here. Belly to Cobra or Chatarunga to Upward Facing Dog. Make sure you’re breathing,
not holding your breath. We’ll meet Downward Dog. Stay strong, you got it. (exhaling) Bend the knees. Big breath in as you look forward. Then exhale, hop, jump, float to the top. (breathing) Inhale, halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale, Forward Fold. (exhaling) Inhale, reach for the sky. (inhaling) Exhale, hands to heart. Take a rest. Gorgeous. Notice your breath. Relax your shoulders. (inhaling) I am strong. Say it to yourself. Say it don’t spray it. And here we go again. Soft knees, inhale, reach for the sky. Big breath. Exhale takes you down. (exhaling) Inhale lifts you up. Flat back. Exhale, Forward Fold. Inhale, step or hop it back to plank. Slowly lower to your belly
or Chatarunga to Cobra. Or excuse me, Chatarunga to Upward Dog, belly to Cobra. You know what to do. Send it back. Downward Facing Dog. (inhaling) Great, big breath in. (exhaling) Big breath out. Then walk the big toes together. Draw the left heel down. Inhale, lift the right leg up high. Cultivate strength. Right knee to right elbow to
shift your weight forward. (exhaling) Inhale, three-legged dog. Level the hips. Crossing over, right knee to left elbow. Gaze forward. Three-legged dog. Press into all ten fingerprints. One more time through the center, carve a line with your knee
all the way to your nose. And then step it up into your lunge. Again, high lunge here. Cultivate strength. Draw energy in towards the midline, and we rise up strong. Reach, reach, reach. (inhaling) Inhale, lift your heart. Exhale, grounding down. (exhaling) Inhale, lift the chin. Go for the gold here. You got it. Beautiful. Big breath in. Exhale to release with control. Belly to the top of the thigh. Fingertips back. Airplane arms. Spread the fingertips. Create space in the neck,
in the shoulders, pull back. (inhaling) And then slowly releasing,
palms to the earth. (exhaling) Taking the right toes back. Maybe keeping it lifted as
you play in your vinyasa. (breathing) Downward Facing Dog. (inhaling) Big breath in. Big breath out. Drop the right heel. Slowly slide the left leg up. Here we go, inhale. Exhale, left knee to left elbow. Nice and slow. (exhaling) Inhale, three-legged dog. Level the hips. And crossing over, left
knee to right elbow. Strong. Inhale, three-legged dog. Last one, give it your all. Nose to knee. Carve a line through the center. Then step it up. High lunge. Soften through the back knee here. Cultivate strength from
within as we rise up strong. ♫ Oooooooh ♫ Use an inhale to find expansion, to lift. Use your exhale to ground. (exhaling) Beautiful. Full embodiment here. You might lift the chin. Breathe, breathe, breathe. You might sink a little deeper. (exhaling) (inhaling) Then slowly we release. Belly to the top of the thigh. Airplane arms to the back. Spread the fingertips, create space. Strong in the legs. (exhaling) Front knee over front ankle. Breathe, breathe, breathe. (inhaling) And then slowly release, plant the palms. If you lifted the right
leg in doing this vinyasa, try doing it on the left. (exhaling) Move through your flow. (inhaling) Take it all the way to Down Dog. (exhaling) And then all the way to your knees. (exhaling) Take a rest. Send the hips back. Child’s Pose. Close your eyes. Keep breathing here. Stick with it. Keep noticing the sensations in the body. Give your thinking mind a rest. (deep breathing) Slowly coming back to all fours, sending the hips up high. Downward Dog. Slowly walking the feet
up towards the front or hop, jump, float to the top. Come to a nice Forward Fold. (breathing) On your next breath in,
inhale, halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale, fold. (exhaling) Inhale, reach for the sky. (inhaling) And exhale, hands to heart. (exhaling) Inhale, reach it up. (inhaling) Exhale, Forward Fold. (exhaling) Stick with it. Inhale, halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale, bow. (exhaling) Step the right toes back. Plant the palms. Step the left toes back. Then from here I’m
gonna take my right hand right to the center of the mat. Press away from the yoga
mat as I slowly turn onto the outer edges of my feet. Then lift the hips, and begin to open up through the left fingertips. Left fingertips all the
way towards the sky. Stay here or stack the left
foot on top of the right. Keep lifting the hips. If you want more, lift
the left leg up high. Breathe deep here, strong. Careful not to collapse in the neck. Nice and long here. I am strong. Big breath in. (inhaling) Big breath out sends you back to center. (exhaling) Take a rest if you need to here. Otherwise, straight to the other side. Here we go. Left palm. Slowly, turning onto the
outer edges of the feet, lifting the hips up. Nice and organized in the
spine here as you open up through the right wing. (inhaling) Stay here or stack the feet. (exhaling) Find a variation here that suits you. Breathe, connect to your
power, your strength. Breathe, breathe, breathe. (inhaling) Then use an exhale with
control to come back. (exhaling) Back to your plank. And we slowly lower all the
way to the belly, everyone. Come onto the tops of the feet. Inhale, Cobra. (inhaling) Exhale sends you all the
way back, Child’s Pose. (exhaling and inhaling) Nice work. (deep breathing) Inhale to come forward. Exhale, back to that Down Dog. You got it. Drop the left heel. Inhale, lift the right leg up high. Step it up into your lunge. Pivot on the back foot. And we’re just gonna pinwheel all the way open. Open up and open to a nice,
wide-legged position here. So, center yourself on the mat. And then bring the hands to the waistline. And then we’re gonna draw the
heels in and the toes out. (inhaling) Then I’m going to consider
this magical, upward current of energy through the front body. So I’m not collapsing. And this kind of grounding
support of energy in the back body. So again, lift through the front body. Grounding through the back body. Hands come to the waistline. We inhale. Connect to that energy. (inhaling) And on an exhale, bend the knees. Take a peek down. Make sure that you can see your big toes. So we’re really wanting to
draw the tops of the thighs out here as we sink the hips down low. (exhaling) Super fierce pose. We’re only gonna do it this one time so stick with me, stay committed. Welcome that heat, that energy, that prana that’s
swirling around your brow. (laughing) And your lip, your armpits. Right, connect to your power here. So, Goddess Pose or God Pose about connecting to that fierceness. Lengthen down through the back body. Lift through the front body. Hands on the waistline. Go there, sinking deep. Strong. So knees wanting to go out, not in. So opening up here. Then take the palms together. Stay here, breathing,
breathing, breathing. Pressing into all four
corners of the feet, in particular the outer edges. Those want to come up first. And if you’re feeling fierce, then open up, Cactus arms here. Spread the fingertips. If you want to do claws, go for it. Draw the shoulders down and away. I am strong. If you need more, let’s
lift the right heel. Lift, lift, lift. And lower, lift the left heel. Whoa Nelly. Keep the heart, chest open, lifted. And then stay where you
are for one more breath or if you’re feeling
adventurous, lift both heels up. (breathing) And then slowly lower. Everyone release. Hands to the waistline. And press into the feet
to straighten the legs. Awesome. (exhaling) Take a rest. (deep breathing) Bend the knees, heel-toe,
heel-toe the feet together. Or hop the feet together. (exhaling) (inhaling) Great. (exhaling) Find your breath. And when you’re ready,
inhale, reach the arms up and overhead. Exhale, down we go, Forward Fold. (exhaling) Inhale, halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale, soften and bow. Great. We’re gonna take the heels out wide. Toes spill off the mat. Bring the fingertips to the earth and slowly lower down into a nice squat. (breathing) Tt-t-t-th. Notice what this feels like today. Find support. (exhaling) Strong in your breath. Stay here for the squat or
begin to shift your weight forward onto the palms. Find a focal point out front. A strong place to rest your gaze upon. And walk the two big toes together. Knees super wide. So we’re either sticking
to this Malasana variation, the yogic squat, or we’re
coming here for a little Crow tutorial, Crow practice. So you might just stay here, planting the palms. (breathing) Or you might slowly begin
to lift the knees up towards the arches and hold
onto your focal point out front as you begin to rock front
and back, nice and slow. Connecting to your center. And then maybe you lift
the toes up one at a time, pressing into all ten fingerprints. And maybe not. So just a little playtime here. (deep breathing) And if you fall, we’ll catch ya. So just a little strong playtime here. So even if you don’t know Crow, you can definitely start
to play with the principles of spreading the palms,
looping the shoulders, connecting to that
upward current of energy. Drawing the knees up
towards the armpit chest, the armpits, walking the toes together. And just playing with this
gentle rock is a really nice way to start. Then one day, maybe one toe lifts. (breathing) Gaze is out front, because
if gaze is down here you’re gonna do a somersault, and that’s for my gymnastics series that I haven’t done
yet so don’t get ahead. Overachiever. So a couple more moments to play here. If you are over it and
you’re over the squat, then come to this fancy yoga pose here. (breathing) I love this pose. (inhaling) So we’re playing. Let’s take one more breath
or two to play here. (breathing) Rocking. Just checking in with
where you’re at today. And then everyone, use
your palms to support you to release that and come to seated. Soles of the feet are gonna come together. And hands are gonna come to the ankles just to find this nice lift so you can use this as
a little grounding point to lift up through. (breathing) Big breath in. Relax your shoulders as you exhale. Great, now keep the tops of
the thighs grounding down. Send the fingertips down, wrists forward, Thriller arms. Plug the shoulders, breathe here. (breathing) And then flip the palm, breathe here. Spread the fingers. (breathing) Then return hands slowly to
the ankles or they can begin to open up the feet,
the thumbs on the arches of the feet here. Draw the tops of the thighs down. Inhale, open the chest. Exhale, forward folding. (inhaling) Close your eyes. Begin to cool it off here. (inhaling and exhaling) Begin to cool it. Cool it now. Stay cool. (snapping) And gently release. Bring the hands behind you. Lift the knees together. Walk the feet out and just
a gentle windshield wipering of the legs. And as you do this, you get
a nice little booty massage. That’s what’s up. (laughing) I’m not just being weird. I broke my tailbone once
and so this sort of motion in the ocean is so nice
for me and my spine. But it should be for everyone. And then the cool thing
about this thing too, I like to play with this in public classes is you slowly inch your way down towards the edge of your mat. Great, let that go. What is she talking about? Hands come to the backs of the thighs. And we slowly lower down. Hug the knees into the chest. Give yourself a big hug. (exhaling and inhaling) Feel supported by the earth. (breathing) And slowly we’ll lift the knees. Stack them right over the hip points. Lift the shins parallel to the ceiling. Interlace the fingertips. Bring them behind the head. Inhale in. As you exhale, send
the right leg out long. Slowly lower it down. (exhaling) Bring the right elbow up and over towards the left knee. Inhale, bring everything back to center. Keep your gaze up. Exhale, crossing over. So really pressing out
through that left heel today as you cross over. Pause. Inhale, back to center. Crossing over. Right elbow to left knee, extend. Press through the right heel. Back to center. Over to the left, extension
through the left leg. No, over to the right, sorry. Inhale, back to center. I’m gonna shut up and just
let you move with your breath. Exhaling twist. Inhale to center. (deep breathing) Meet your edge today, keep it going. (deep breathing) Keep it going. And do one more on each side. (deep breathing) Good, inhale to center. Exhale, reclined Cobbler. Soles of the feet together, knees wide. Again, hands to the belly, give yourself a little pat. Good job, awesome work. (deep breathing) Soften through the jaw. Lick your lips. (deep breathing) Then we’ll slowly bring
the knees together. Send the fingertips out left to right. And then pressing up off the toes, bring them in up towards your heart. Inhale in. As you exhale, recline twist to the left, sending the legs heavy over
to the left as you turn your gaze gracefully
over toward the right. Find what feels good here my friends. (inhaling) Breathe deep. (exhaling and inhaling) Stay strong in your breath. Inhale. (inhaling) Exhale, melt it back. (exhaling) Inhale, scoop the tail. Exhale, legs heavy to the right. Right on my mic pack. And we find what feels good here. (breathing) Stay strong in your breath. Big inhale. (inhaling) Big exhale brings you back. (exhaling) Then send the arms all
the way up and overhead. (inhaling) Then on an exhale, bend
the elbows, Cactus arms. Feet are lifted here. Inhale in. Exhale, lowering the
feet down with at thud. So it looks like this. (thudding) Oh yeah. Lift up, try it again. (exhaling, thudding) And do one more time. Close your eyes this time. Let it go. (thudding) Oh man, that’s nice. (laughing) And then when you’re ready, sliding the legs out long, centering yourself on the mat, slowly draw the fingertips
down at your sides. Take a big breath in. And on your exhale, let
everything soften and relax. Let your breath return
back to a nice, gentle, and natural rhythm. (breathing) And we give thanks for our practice. Way to take this time,
to show up for yourself. To tend to it, to do the work so that we can cultivate our strength. I think we should all
clench the fists here and make a little strong
man or strong woman thing to finish. Just even reclined, “I Am Strong.” And then let it go. (exhaling breath) (inhaling and exhaling) Nice work my friends. (lively piano music) Pleasure, pleasure being
on this journey with you. See you tomorrow. Namaste. (lively, uplifting piano music)


  1. Just what I needed this morning. Thank you, Adrienne!

  2. does she have videos where she doesn't talk so much? just focuses on the practice? ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ

  3. I am strong, you are amazing, Im feeling marvelous, namaste x

  4. Absolutely loved today's practice. Does anyone have any tips for how to keep your grip on the mat? My hands become a little sweaty and slippy on the mat which makes things harder!

  5. Tough one. I started this 3 days, quitting after 5 minutes. Finally, done! It was the most difficult one thus far, the lunges and balancing on one wrist wasn't really happening for me, which I found quite discouraging, could not say I am strong. But I compensate with saying this affirmation with some other activities today!

  6. I've gone through 30 days of yoga twice, this is my first go round of camp. I haven't sweat this much since day 2 of 30 days of yoga. Empowering to get through this one.

  7. I had to force myself to do yoga today and I'm glad I did, this got my blood flowing. I've been mentally struggling but you always help me ๐Ÿ˜ž

  8. LOVE you, Adriene! Endless thanks to you for transforming my body and mind! You hit the spot with the mantras and the sequence of exercise

  9. OMG only 5 more days! AHHHH Adriene or any of you fine people, happen to have any prenatal yoga videos you have done or could possibly give me video suggestions? 15 weeks preggers here with my 2nd! <3
    Thank you!

  10. How tall are you Adriene ?

  11. how does "I a in control" figure in with karmic stuff, like I have to go through certain unpleasant or painful experiences?

  12. Doing yoga camp 4 months after everyone else but i'm loving it so much and this was my favourite!!! Thankyou adriene ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Thanks for being so amazing and making us love yoga!!! keep rocking ๐Ÿ™‚ loves from Turkey!

  14. OMG !! OMG!! I just did the crow prose like all properly though it didn't lasted like 2-3 minutes but i was in total control and did for a while and i am so happy i was able to do it! Thank you Adrienne and i love you ๐Ÿ˜€ <3 โ™ฅโ™ฅโ™ฅโ™ฅโ™ฅโ™ฅ

  15. love this!!! thank you!!!

  16. thank you! This practice and this day got in the right time! So grateful with you! Sorry my english. Thank You!!!

  17. Adriene,

    I've been doing yoga with you for about 6 months now. I started this past winter during a pretty awful time I was going through, riddled with anxiety and depression that had resulted in a few unhealthy addictions as well. I had never been a fan of yoga: everytime I'd tried doing it, it had left me unsatisfied & annoyed because none of the instructors I'd watched ever seemed to have much of a grasp on their audience. Everything was either way too fast, way too slow, awful at explaining things properly, unfriendly, etc. Honestly, I never thought yoga would be anything I cared about.

    Then I found you.

    When I first started doing your videos…I was crap. I couldn't breathe properly, I had to take breaks every other pose, there were MANY poses I couldn't even begin to wrap my mind around, not to mention it was all incredibly exhausting. All in all, I felt pretty hopeless as a yogi.

    And yet…I stayed. I don't know what it is about you, but YOU are one of the most genuine, beautiful, empowering, and inspiring people I have ever known.

    With your encouragement & guidance, I've gotten better. A LOT better. This journey has grown me in so many awesome ways, and helped me find strength I never even knew I had. I am also closer to God than I have ever been in my life, and with Him, and you on my side, I am cultivating more love, faith, true happiness, and inner peace than ever before. It is amazing.

    I am writing this because I didn't feel like doing yoga tonight.

    I did it anyway.

    Through strength, stability, lots of sweat, and the incredible power of the breath…I OWNED Day 25.

    And I just wanna say…

    Thank you, Adriene. You are truly a gift to this world.

  18. (: Thank you

  19. This is my favourite practice so far! I was FINALLY able to do the crow pose – YAY! Thank you! ๐Ÿ˜€

  20. I am strong! ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผโค๏ธ

  21. Thanks Adriene!

  22. I have loved all the days so far but this is really what I needed today! Lots more heat and getting energy out! Thanks!

  23. I used the mantra a lot this session! I feel great after that. I did 30 days of yoga before I started 30 days of yoga camp and I can tell a huge difference from where I was and where I am now! Thank you Adriene for helping me get stronger and be healthier.

  24. finally did my first crow today!! I did 30 days of yoga and now doing yoga camp, and that was the one pose I thought I'd never get. such a great feeling (:

  25. This was so intense but still amazing and so empowering. Thank you so much for the support through out the whole video, there were definitely a lot of times when the going got tough but i kept going because I now see that I am strong. This journey has been wonderful and it keeps on getting better with each video. Yes!!!!!!

  26. Today I held a "sort of" crow pose for a few breaths. Before I could barely get one foot off the mat. I have a long way to go with crow pose but it felt so good to realize how much stronger I've become. Thank you so much Adriene!

  27. by far the most beautiful practice yet, namaste!

  28. Loved loved loved today's yoga practice! I feel strong indeed, Thanks Adriene!

  29. This was awesome! I added it to my library. When I complete the month, I'm going back to do my favorite Yoga Camp flows again! Thank you Adriene.

  30. Loved today! Even if I totally faceplanted on my third crow attempt. Ha!

  31. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿพ

  32. Loved this so much – thank you Adriene this is an amazing yoga journey ๐Ÿ™

  33. I AM strong!!! I couldn't have done your Yoga Camp – Day 25 practice when I started this journey a couple of months ago. Thank you so much for all the work you do. I love checking in with you for my daily yoga fix!

  34. I'm fasting and this really helped thank you Adriene…<3

  35. Ooh. this was sooo good, just what I needed.

  36. can't believe the 30 days is nearly over for me! i will deffo be returning to some of the days when i need it and i can't wait to start the revoluntion 30 day yoga! x

  37. Day 25 Check. Okay so I have to vent so bear with me. I got a little f$%$ing pissed off with that squat balancing thing at 19:25. I have such terrible balance. I even fell on my face doing it (go on ahead and laugh). Any suggestions to get better at this? Also still waiting for those answers on those questions I had days ago. And Adriene, I love your sessions and I don't mean to be a jerk, but I'm kind of a little disappointed that you're still not getting back to me on these questions. I understand that you may be busy because I understand, I'm ultra busy. I barely have enough time to do my own projects on YouTube anymore, but could you at least give me quick responses? Thank you.

    I Am Strong.

  38. What a sweaty practice! Wasn't expecting that at all. ๐Ÿ˜€ But you know what, I'm feeling strong for getting a bit more outside my comfort zone. Namaste!

  39. Je suis forte! Merci! Je suis tellement bien!

  40. i need structure so i started this yoga camp 1.3.2017 ๐Ÿ˜Š. I started doing yoga with yoga revolution and ever since i have practised almost everyday :). getting stronger everyday ๐Ÿ˜†. Thank you Adriene! โค

  41. Super excited because today I finally was able to do crow pose! Only for a few seconds, but still! ๐Ÿ™‚ I did the other 30 days of yoga before this one and could never quite get it, but practice really does make perfect!

  42. ๐Ÿ’Œ

  43. Didn't felt so strong sooo I did the: "I am than I think" and it went pretty well, it's funny how it changes your mind so quickly

  44. When I started this 25 days ago I could barely pull up into down dog because I had let myself get weak through bad eating and not working out at all. Today, I was able to do all the work!!! I can't get into crow yet, but that is my next goal. Thank you Adriene for sharing this on YouTube for us to all do.

  45. i love this one! namaste

  46. pleasure is mine! thank you!

  47. I am strong! Today I did my first crow… I just leaned in and back out twice for a second or so each, but I did it!! Thank you, Adriene!

  48. I do really am strong! After the times I was trying the crow, today I was almost there without big struggling. Adriene you're amazing thanks!

  49. To the 5 people that were watching this video the same time as me, it was a pleasure doing yoga with you!:D

  50. HI Adriene…I can't THANK YOU ENOUGH For what you do and sharing it with us. I heard you talk about your allergies on a couple videos and I just recently found something that helps me and my family. So here is a link to it. I believe its main ingredient is grapefruit seed, so it is natural and you should be able to find it at most health food stores. Hope you read this and It helps, Cause God knows, you have helped me BIGGLY ! Thank you & God Bless From Staten Island NY

  51. Today I woke up with my pain body fully attached! I just didn't feel myself, so I just let it be and took it's power away by voicing to my partner that I had noticed it, my actual words were "my pain body's being a dick" lol. After that I just felt so much lighter, it couldn't create any toxic thoughts to feed on. I know that I've become so much more aware of my body over the last 25 days and today was proof that I am more aware than ever of my mind, I am strong! Thank you for guiding me to this realisation ๐Ÿ™‚ Love and light, Om shanti x x x x

  52. Whenever I finish a class at the end when I open my eyes I always see myself on the ceiling and the ceiling looks like the floor. Weird but true. Love this feeling just wish it would remain all day.

  53. I am so excited today. I have been following one of Adrienne's videos most days since October . Today I did the full crow pose . Only for few seconds but I did it !

  54. BOOM! Finally got both feet up on the crow. I held it for about 3 seconds and fell forward on my face. I never laughed so hard at myself before. So grateful I finally accomplished it!

  55. You always make me smile ๐Ÿ™‚ thank you.

  56. I managed my first crow today. I am super grateful for this practice as Iโ€™ve had some struggles over the last few years which I feeling I am really beginning to process and overcome. Thank you x

  57. Thanks Adriene!!!

  58. I've been sick with the flu the past 2 days and skipped doing this because I was intimidated by the mantra. Today I pushed myself to do it despite still being sick and having difficylty breating because of colds… but I was amazed at how strong Ive become after 55 days! (30 days + yoga camp). Namaste Adriene!

  59. ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—

  60. Hi Adrienne I find when I donโ€™t do yoga for a day or 2 my body feels crappy so Ima try to do daily yogi life ๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜€

  61. WOW today kicked my butt lol, Another one to come back to many times, thanks

  62. Day 25 – โœ”

  63. I think my favorite thing is that you never tell me when it's going to be hard, and you don't use words like "hard" and "difficult" in general, so I'm tricked into loving the routine haha

  64. Faboulous, Adriene; thank you! I loved doing the goddess pose with both ankles lifted. ๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ

  65. I don't know if it's the beer talking, but holy schmoley did I feel strong doing this practice!

  66. This was a quite intensive session (on an Easter Monday morning)! I really focused on my breathing, which gave me extra oxygen and strength.
    I started with 30 Days of Yoga, now I am heading to the 26th day of Yoga Camp. If you start to like yoga – as I do – I would suggest to immerse yourself a bit more in this physical, mental and spiritual discipline by consulting some websites and-or reading some reference book(s) about yoga practices. Reading about yoga, the beneficial effects, the energy flows, etc, rather than just doing the exercises has been a real eye-opener and extra motivation to me. I love it!

  67. Adriene, I found today so very difficult to complete! I did it after a few breaks! Enjoyed pushing myself!

  68. Awesome practice today, thank you! Ik ben sterk.

  69. I felt so strong today! Today is going to be a good day. Im finally doing better with the crow pose. Thanks!! Namaste!!

  70. Thanks adriene, make me feel stronger, I'll beat my depression ๐Ÿ˜™

  71. too much, too fast, im out

  72. June 25, 2018. Day 25. I feel sleepy! lol It's okay. Thank you!

  73. this felt so good … been vacationing and have not done yoga in 5 days … NAMASTรฉ

  74. ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ชโคโคโคโค

  75. YEAH!!! Nailed Crow like a BOSS!!! Thanks Adriene ๐Ÿ™‚

  76. Whoop Whoop! Nose to knee – anyone else can't get the step through to lunge? Loving the progress – feeling STRONG today!

  77. I LOVE your yoga videos, and I have been practicing with your videos at my home for several years. Often, I feel like I have a hard time hearing you though! If you are open to feedback, I would love for you to be louder! ๐Ÿ˜€ Thanks Adriene! Sending love from Pennsylvania

  78. This was the best day of Yoga Camp so far!

  79. Thank You ๐Ÿ˜Š

  80. I skipped a day because of time restraints and boy, was it a good decision. I was crying a few times this morning because of stress and wondering whether I have made the worst decision in my life leave in leaving an unhappy relationship to live alone. Then this video shows up and at the perfect time too. I am strong, and yes, I can do this!

  81. Loved day 25!! I am strong! And getting stronger every day!! Thank you for your focused, supportive, silly, and serious practice!

  82. Yesterday, I tried to do this practice after finishing my legs workout, but I couldn't. I was super tired and had to pause every now and then and eventually gave up without finishing it. However, I re did it today without pausing and managed to do the crow pause (for 2 seconds LOL ) I felt strong and energized.

  83. I am STRONG ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ˜Š I am strong in my recovery and accountability!! Thank you ๐Ÿ˜ŠAppreciate you๐Ÿ™

  84. Wow, I really liked this one! Great for the legs!

  85. I had so many comments, now all is bliss and I forgot. Enjoyed the flow today. Namaste

  86. One of the first Yoga With Adriene videos I tried about a year ago had a crow pose in it, and I couldn't even get one toe off the ground. I honestly felt defeated and weak, but like Adriene says; it's a practice and you have to keep returning to it. I went from doing yoga once to twice a week, to now sticking with an almost daily yoga practice since the new year. (It's okay to take breaks sometimes!) And today, finally- I held my crow pose for a whole 2 seconds! Now you may be saying "Lividplatypus, 2 seconds isn't that much!" But GIRL, I am here to tell you I have never felt more powerful and seeing and knowing that I freaking DID THAT has just been one of the amazing and unexpected joys I've had since starting this journey.

    So thank you Adriene, as cliche as it sounds, you've honestly changed my life. Watch out next year when I hold on to that crow pose for 3 seconds ๐Ÿ˜‰

  87. I am so glad I found this channel last fall! It always feels like we just started and Iโ€™m disappointed when the days practice ends…. but I am equally excited to begin the next day!๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

  88. I love picking out random days from all the great days you have given us, Adriene. Thank you so much

  89. I had an amazing experience in this practice: as I was sitting up straight , knees apart and holding to my ankles (forgot the name of the pose!) a hummingbird came really close to my face and just stayed there for a couple of seconds, me and the bird sharing this amazing peaceful moment. WOW!

  90. I'm finding its a little hard for me to keep up with you in the yoga routines and I sometimes get confused but I'm doing my best to keep up with you I really enjoy it a lotโค๐Ÿ˜Šits a nice way to work up a sweat haha๐Ÿ˜‚!

  91. Whenever I try to do crow as instructed the pressure from my knees on my triceps cause unbearable pain. Does anyone know what, if anything, I'm doing wrong? Or is this common?

  92. After practicing with you a few years I've released my mindset about not being "sporty". Today I am strong and having that as a mantra together with a regular practice makes me able to do this sequence in a way I'd never had dreamed of in the beginning. Namaste!

  93. Strong practice! Thank you ๐Ÿ™ Namaste ๐Ÿ™

  94. 'Thank you Adriene, thank you so much', as I said this at the end of the video, you said: 'Its a pleasure, pleasure being on this journey with you'. I am grateful for all that you have so far offered me and taught me, I am grateful for all people out there, being guided by you. I truly respect you for the professional work that you do (that I and so many people get to see on YouTube, available for us all. I honor the light in you, Namastรฉ.

  95. I've been attempting crow pose since I started my yoga journey about 3 months ago and nothing made me feel stronger than succeeding at it today! THANK YOU ADRIENE! <3

  96. When you had us make a fist at the end and strike a quick strong arm pose, I laughed. After 58 days straight of YWA time I would just say that am strong-ER. And Iโ€™ll take that for now. Awesome workout today, A. Even years after you made this. Thank you soooo much for all you do. โค๏ธ

  97. Today's not a good day: the weather is bad, I have tons of homework for the next days and I don't feel motivated. It was difficult to focus on the practice, but I'm feeling a little bit less sad now, thank you.

  98. Fast and furious today! #IAmStrong!โœŒ๐Ÿผโ™ฅ๏ธ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป namaste.

  99. Dang, I didn't know you broke your tailbone. I know you said you were in a car accident. I think that's what lead me to this because I cracked mine when I was younger. I couldn't run, jog, yet I could walk but with severe pain. It was like this for about six months, and then it just went away one day. I don't believe it healed correctly, as I wasn't taken to the hospital, so this sort of messed up my spine. Fast forward to about a year, and a half ago when I fell out the truck, and sliced my left outer leg open. The cut healed, but I do believe the fall jigged my bones out of whack. I was having a huge amount of pain in back, and was using ice, pain killers, resting, and it wouldn't go away. I would go to the chiropractor twice a week, and then once a month. The chiropractor even stated if I were opted for surgery he would not recommend it because my bones are all jacked up (not Arnold style). He said I have an extra vertebrae, and I have two growth points that haven't come through yet; they were white spots on the x-ray. It's weird to walk because rarely can I just walk normal. I usually walk with pain, and sometimes the sciatic nerve gives out, and I get a shock then bend the knee. Sometimes my legs just feel heavy like anvils, and it feels as if I can't pick them up to walk. My friend told me to try these videos, and I would say they are helping a bit. After the videos I usually have energy to walk around, and I have been getting toned up, and losing weight. I do still have pain, but I believe if I keep doing these videos one day it will be gone! Thank you for making these videos! Have a nice day! ๐Ÿ™‚

  100. Thank you โค

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