Yoga For Beginners – A Little Goes a Long Way

– Hey, everyone! Welcome to Yoga with Adrian. I’m Adrian, and today we have, A
Little Goes a Long Way yoga practice for you. If you’re new to yoga
this might be a great practice for you to delve in and just kind of get a foundation for focusing on sensation over shape, which is important. If you are a regular member
of the yoga datering community then chances are you’ve
heard me say it before, a little goes a long way. And if you’ve practiced
even just a little bit I’m sure you’ll agree. So let’s hop on the mat, check in with where we’re at today. Let’s get started. (gentle acoustic music) Alrighty. Let’s begin in a nice comfortable seat. Depending on where you’re at today you could even start this part on your couch or in a chair. So truly find a place where you can get comfortable. Because we’re gonna start
with some pranayama. Some breath work, breath practice. And this can be a little tricky, especially if you’re new to the practice. Because I think a lot of times people don’t consider or know, haven’t experienced the breath practice is as challenging sometimes
as the asana practice. They are part of one physical practice, the physical branch of yoga. So if it’s hard for you to settle in, I guess I’m just saying you’re not alone, let’s give it a try. Because with the breath we can really change our game. So the theme of today is, a little goes a long way. And just taking, you know, we know this, right? Intrinsically, intuitively. Taking one deep breath at a certain point in your day, whether it’s in traffic or when you’re dealing with someone, or, you know. Can absolutely support you in that moment, can totally be a game changer. So that said, come into your comfy seat and sit up nice and tall. And then just allow your
energy to kind of land here and maybe put the hands
wherever feels good. So be very mindful about where
you are placing the hands, just as a way of spreading
a little awareness out. Spread awareness out to
all parts of the body, sit up nice and tall. And we’re not going to do
anything in particular today, so nothing fancy, just a couple moments of
deep breathing, alright? So, no fancy pranayam. Just really conscious, full, deep breaths. So we’ll do about 10 of them, but don’t worry about the number count. Just close your eyes, I’ll breath with you. Keep lifting up through
the crown of the head, sit up nice and tall. And then after about 10
or so breaths I’ll que es. So you can kind of trust the video, trust me, trust yourself,
and close your eyes. Here we go. Sit up nice and tall and we’ll begin to deepen the breath. (deep breathing) So big conscious breathe in, (inhaling) mindful reslease as you exhale out. (exhaling) And see if you can slow
your breath down a bit, make the inhalations a little
bit longer and smoother, and same for the exhalations. (deep breathing) And then notice where
your thoughts have gone, where the mind goes. And just notice that, acknowledge that, and then come on back
to the breath practice. We’re breathing deep here, deep breathing. (deep breathing) And on your next inhale imagine the breath coming
in through the nose and travelling down. So the direction of the breath is down as you inhale, (inhaling) and then it does this kind of sweet little somersault and then
comes up as you exhale. (exhaling) Let’s try that one more time. Inhale, breathing down. (inhaling) And then exhale. (exhaling) Breathe travels up and
out through the nose. (exhaling) Great. Bat the eyelashes open, loop the shoulders, and we’ll let that go. So it doesn’t mean we’re gonna stop the conscious breathing, but we’re gonna kind of let the movement and the breath become one. ♫ When two become one ♫ Is that Spice Girls? So big looping of the shoulders. If you are on your couch
or in your chair now go ahead and come on to the ground. Maybe you have a yoga mat, maybe just on to the floor. (exhaling) We’ll come into a nice comfortable seat. So keep conscious breath going, whatever that means to you, keep coming back to your nice deep inhale, nice long exhale whenever you can. Little goes a long way there. Sit up nice and tall. We’ll take the left hand,
just spread it super wide, rotate the left wrist. And then go ahead and place
it on the ground and inhale. Reach the right finger tips up and overhead. Side body stretch, so good. A little goes a long way here, so find a little movement. Whether it’s gentle pulsing, maybe it’s opening the
chest up towards the sky and then rounding it down to the ground, checking in with the shoulder. Find your deep breath here (inhaling) and then come back to center. Ooh! I do declare! And then right hand. Spread the palm super
wide, rotate the wrist. So this is great if you sit at a desk. Just kind of opening up
through the hands, the wrists, and then side body uncrumbling. Great for lower back pain, too. Rermember, it’s all connected. Find movement that feels good here. See if you can keep up
with the conscious breath. (deep breathing) Great. Then come back to center
and send your legs out long. Hm, I’m a little sore. Firming down through
the tops of the thighs, nothing fancy here. Reach the fingertips up as you breath in and then forward fold as you breath out. So even if you only land here you’re great. Way to be where you’re at today. You need to breath into the back body, stretch, stretch, stretch. Okay, so don’t feel like you need to push it to any certain shape here, focus on the sensation over the shape. So find your version of this here and then connect to your breath. So this is also a good standing. If this is too tricky you can do a standing forward fold instead of a seated forward fold. And that one you can do anytime, anywhere. Just be careful when
you do it in the shower so you don’t slip. (deep breathing) Wherever you are with your
singiter standing here, forward to fold. Allow the weight of the head
to relax and release down. This is an awesome pose to check in with daily. Not just for the muscles of the body, but for the nervous system, for the mental aspect to your practice. Then connect to your sitting
bones if you’re seated. If you’re standing connect to the soles of your feet, all four corners. And everyone tuck the chin into the chest and roll it up. Great. Just in case you took
me up on the standing, come on back down to seated. And just nice and easy we’re going to take the right foot into the left palm. So start here. Be super mindful here, especially in these little yoga breaks, you can never be too mindful ’cause it’s always in
those unthoughtful moments that you end up kind
of tweaking something, or anything, if ever. So it’s usually not in
the actual yoga practice, at least with my community of friends, where people get injured, it’s always kind of in
the moments in between, so stay present. And we’re gonna come to a little rocking of the cradle. (laughing) Of the leg and the foot. Okay, sorry. Right hand comes to the
outer edge of the right knee. And this will be a little
different for everyone. If you’re like, “I can’t grab my foot”, no worries. Just grab your calf here. And so what, again, we’re focusing on is the sensation over the shape. So unfortunately, I mean I
don’t want to be negative, but unfortunately we
see a lot of instructors just kind of slamming into the shape ’cause it’s in their body and then it’s hard to decipher what it is for us. So it could be this for you, it may not be this. Okay, on the same token, if you need a deeper
stretch go ahead and bring that right foot right into
the crease of the elbow, the left arm, and you can come here. So we’re here, or we’re here, or we’re here. (laughing) And we’re imagining the ball and socket joint here on the right in the right hip and we’re breathing and we’re doing our best
to it up nice and tall. So all of these things are great things we can do as a sequence or great things that we can do on their own. For instance, this is a great thing to do. All of these things actually, so far are really great to do while you’re watching T.V. So after this video, if you’re watching this
on your big screen, you can pop on an
episode of your favorite. See, if I had a T.V. show I could send you to my T.V. show right now. Just kidding. Girlsy! We’re working on a T.V. show, that’d be fun. But I want all the community to be in it. Travel around and visit the community. Uh, yes. Take your right foot, cross
it over, nice twist here. We’re gonna hug the right knee with the left elbow, roll up through the spine, swim the right fingertips behind, and boom. Find what feels good here, maybe point and flex
through the extended leg. So I wanted to mention, it can be this twist or
it could be any twist. A little goes a long way with the twist. Recline twist. You always want to find
that deep breath in a twist to get the full benefits. (deep breathing) And then we’ll release and switch on the other side. Switch to the other side. Bend the left knee, rock the cradle. So it’s a practice, you know? Yoga asana, we’re taught shapes, and that’s the physical practice. So take it upon yourself with your home practice, and I think that’s what cool
about Yoga with Adrian, too. ‘Cause this will just help you when you go to your public class to focus on sensation over shape. And then you’ll want to
come back to your mat, you’re gonna want to take these
little yoga breaks everyday. (deep breathing) And then you stop comparing yourself to other people, too. At least I have, or I try. Because I’m like, “You know, yeah.” When you really focus on what feels good for you it kind of doesn’t really matter what other people are doing. I mean, you can be
inspired by someone, but. This video turned into
yoga lecture by Adrian. Haha, okay. (deep breathing) So after you’ve moved
around a little bit here go ahead and cross it
over into your twist. (deep breathing) Notice if you’re kind
of leaning back here, notice if you’ve lost
connection between your feet. Reconnect. Great. And then we release. Cross the ankles, come to all fours. We have two more things to do. So you know your cat-cows, we’re not gonna do that
one because I feel like everyone really knows that anyway, and you can insert that
here as a freestyle. We’re gonna bring the knees super wide, big toes that touch. If you come to my public classes, I rarely do not do this next little ditty because I feel like we’re
constantly here with the head, neck forward here, here all the time. So this is a great little neck and upper back body hygiene. Here we go. Inhale, reach the right
fingertips forward, find that length, that
stretch in the right side body and then try to maintain that
as you thread the needle. So, right fingertips in and underneath the bridge of the left arm. And we come to rest on the right ear, outer edge of the right shoulder. Keep a connection with your big toes. And the knees are wide so that we can find this awesome rock in the pelvis here. And then breath into the upper back body and stay connected through your hands. So you can really use this left hand to press away from the earth here either by bending the elbow or finding extention. You might also like to bring it all the way up or even around. Hand on the sacrum or to twist. You know what to do here,
listen to your body. Big, deep, conscious breaths. (deep breathing) Play with that directional breath. Inhale, it travels down into the belly, and exhale up and out. (exhaling) And slowly release, pressing your foundation
to come back again, pay attention to the
mindful moments in between. And the same thing on the other side. Left fingertip stretch, try to maintain. So sometimes we just
come into it from here, I have all this collapse on the side body. And so this little bit
of consciousness in the side body goes a long way as we thread the needle. Left fingertips underneath the bridge of the right arm. And same thing, try to stay
connected to your toes. Find what feels good with the right arm and breath. (deep breathing) If it’s too much, don’t worry about it, but otherwise maybe you play
with that directional breath. Inhaling, filling the belly with air, (inhaling) and then exhaling, imagining the breath traveling up and out
the nose or the mouth. Sweet! One more breath. (inhaling) And beautiful release. I always love my view from here. Like, depends where I’m at and which day, but today’s really pretty. Okay. Coming back to seated, you can also do this one standing. If you’ve done a Yoga with Adrian video you’ve probably done this before. I’m actually gonna come to my knees. Neck circles. Not 1980’s neck circles, as fun as they were, are. (laughing) Okay. We’re putting, this is what we say in kid’s yoga, but it works. We’re putting a little marker here, you can choose your color. Or if you’re sophisticated and modern you can put a little charcoal pencil, haha, on the tip of the nose. And we’re starting with
small circles today. So small, tiny, tiny, circles. Head over heart, heart over pelvis. So sit up tall or stand tall. And then allow your
circles to grow larger. And you really need to kind of
drop what you look like here and really focus on the sensation here to find that yummy spot. I’m a great example of that, sometime I’m just like in public like, “Oh!” (laughing) And then allow the circles to grow larger. So we start at like button size and then we move to like full dinner plate size. You can move through like, saucer, salad plate, dinner plate. And then reverse your circle. Check in with your breath. And then if you find a catch you might rock a little bit in that place. You might notice that the shoulders have started to creep up out of just our habitual self, and so relax your shoulders. And then bring it back to center. (exhaling) Draw the palms together. Big breath in, big breath out. (exhaling) Okey doke, my friends. So that was, A Little Goes a Long Way. I encourage you, a little
friendly invitation, to try this once a day for a week. And then I think the big idea here is that you make sure to
take time for yourself and that you don’t always need a big, fancy, sweaty, yoga practice to do that. Someitmes just a little
bit goes a long way. So it’s just doing one pose or one little ditty from this practice, or returning to this video everyday for seven days. I encourage you, schedule
it in your planner, whatever you need to do. Just like you would schedule anything. You wouldn’t skip eating, you wouldn’t skip a shower. See if you can touch
on a little bit of this everyday for a week and let me know how it goes, okay? I know it’s a challenge, so handing you a friendly challenge. See if you can schedule
time for seven days to drop the pin and find what feels good. Alright? I love you guys. Leave questions, comments below. Share this practice with your friends, this would be a good one to share with someone who’s new to the practice, and I’ll see you next time. Free yoga videos every Wednesday. Take good care. Namaste. (gentle acoustic music)


  1. I absolutely loved this class! This was the first time I did yoga ins 12 years and I am recovering from several injuries. Today I did it in the morning, late afternoon and now, late evening, which was when I finished work. It helped so much with my pain, thank you so much! ❤️

  2. Some nights when l have been extra busy l think l'll give yoga a miss tonight Adriene won't mind. Then l have this battle of consciences and feel guilty. Then l have the lightbulb go on and think well a little goes a long way so l end up doing this video so l don't feel l have cheated you or myself. 😀❤️😀❤️😀

  3. i'm a new subscriber and i love your channel, you really cater very well for beginners so many other channels do yoga workouts for beginners but they are anything but that so thank you

  4. Another great flow !!
    Thanks Adriene !

  5. Thank you so much for this video! I feel like I've been in the beginner stage for too long but, when I struggle with dark clouds in my head or I'm physically askew from my job (farm work) this is my go-to yoga session, to help me get back on track feeling more positive and less wrung out in my muscles 🙏🏼

  6. I am on day 2 of watching your videos. I’m taking your challenge of doing this video for 7 days. My friend Angel told me about you and it is so awesome! I’ve wanting to get into yoga and really understand it and how yoga can help my mind, body and spirit. Thank you so much for sharing!

  7. I really love these videos! I've been doing your beginner videos every morning for about 5 days now and I feel like it really starts me off on a productive path (Especially as somebody who struggles with mental illness). I really appreciate that you put all the focus on doing what's best for you rather than trying to fit a previous ideal of what yoga should be. I'm excited to improve and try harder videos!

  8. Day 24 of March

  9. This was my 1st try on yoga ever. I must say you really are good. Many put beginners on there video and its certainly not. So thank you. I noticed I'm stiff.

  10. Loved this! I’m still clearing out a lot of built up “sludge” from a practice gap, but it is clearing out indeed because I woke up feeling lighter. I gotta keep going because my body feels so much better when I’m practicing, and it’s like I have “stuck energy” in little pockets all over the place now (that’s gotta go). I’ll be patient because I remember it never took long to clear out the YEARS of sludge that my body developed when I first started practicing, and each time I gained a new ability, it was so exciting. Namaste 🙏🏾

  11. This is the first video of yours I've watched and I am so excited to start practicing with you! Also, love the fact you starting singing the spice girls. Definitely have that song stuck in my head! 😋 Thanks for a great session.

  12. I heard of yogis talking about nose inhale / mouth exhale. Any thoughts on that ?

  13. day 3 of my tradeshow and so glad I manage to make it to the mat first thing in the AM…! Light, lite, lite, indeed needed today… ;o)

  14. I really appreciate your use of metaphors. They make the practice come alive. Like when you talked about breathing in, letting the breath do a somersault, and then breathe out. I also like how in doing the circles with your nose, you eventually got to dinner plate size, now salad plate too. The imagery is so evocative and helpful in knowing what to do. Thanks Adriene.

  15. I have a hard timer sitting on my knees, what can I do?

  16. I've tried yoga multiple times before but I always quit because even the beginner stuff would still be too hard for me to be able to do. I found your channel though, and I'm going to try to stick with it starting with that 7 day challenge so that I can improve myself overall.

  17. Thank you for this yoga goodness!

  18. A little goes a long way is so true… You have a video that is just six minutes long that is called Yoga at your desk I think? If I don't have time with anything else that day, I'll just follow along to that short little video. It still helps so much. Thank you for putting up all of this for free!

  19. Thank you for instructing my on what I am looking for in the poses and the purpose instead of aiming for the shape of the pose. This practice has changed my life, going from hardly able to walk to being able to jump over equipment at work. Thank you so much.

  20. @12:50 it seems that I get a little bit more out of it when I hold my right hand exactly like you but spread my fingers and tilt my hand like I'm trying to point away from me. Gives a little extra in the back 🙂

  21. Thank you 💖 I’m a beginner and this was so helpful

  22. Hi Adrienne
    Thank you so much for your wonderful videos, I love the Yoga and the lovely music you play at the start and end is so calming and happy. What is it?

  23. Im new to yoga and this is my first day, first video. It was amazing. The video ended and I was like nooooo. So I'll be back for the next six days and watch more video. I'm so thankful I found your channel Adriene.

  24. Tried this and it’s great for a beginner like me

  25. My girlfriend recommended your profile to me earlier today, your videos are very special to her and I can see why. You are very humble, reassuring, and give great direction. This was my first yoga sesh, thank you for your guidance!

  26. Just what I needed this morning! Thank you Adriene, Namaste

  27. I'm so glad I found you. You're making my days count all the more. Thank you for your sweet self and for sharing your immense knowledge. I look forward to watching these videos over and over again.

  28. Open up and a little goes a long way <3 2 of May 2019,

  29. Oh how much we have grown over the years. 😊 ♥ 😘 Love you all!

  30. Namaste from Turkey on the second day if OPEN 💕

  31. Thank you! #fwaopen

  32. Rainbow coloured pencil 🙂
    Happy 2nd day of OPEN!
    Namasté <3

  33. I loved this practice when it was new and it's great to return to it this morning. Thank you Adriene xx Namaste 💟💟

  34. Oh my Adriene, for Day 2 of OPEN, we return to one of my very first practices 3 years ago when I discovered and fell in love with yoga and you. You invited me to a seven day challenge to be on the mat and learn to breathe deep and find what feels good. I have never looked back and practiced with you every day and grown strong. Now at 72 I know it’s never too late to start. You have changed my life. I thank you from the bottom of my heart again and always 🧘🏼‍♀️🧘🏻‍♀️🙏💞

  35. after a week in bed with a bad flu, the first 2 days of Open are just perfect. thank you

  36. Thank you x

  37. after a week in school and bad feelings the first two days of open are just perfect. thank you.

  38. Good morning! i just finished the video right now and im feeling a good sensation! I will try to do it 7 days! Yhank you Adriene!

  39. Just complete it in France, out on the grass…..thank you, really thank you!

  40. May ‘19 OPEN is perfect! ♥️

  41. Namaste 🙂

  42. It is always great to slow down and get back to basics 🙂

  43. Thank you Adriene. You always find a way to combine yoga with laughter. Your humility is something to look up to. I do declare! ♡ OPEN 2019

  44. Hey guys! 🦄

    Day 2: So this morning as I said earlier (on day 1's video) I was still a bit confused about yesterdays video. But I again, just decided to start the video and figure everything out after, just like most days. I figure things will be clearer after yoga, and most of the time I am absolutely right!

    Today's video not only gave my body what it needed, but it also answered questions from yesterdays past. The thing I love about Adriene is her ability to speak directly to me. Yes, the yoga is amazing, but the commentary is what gets me through. So first thing that made this video great: the commentary! Seriously if you don't feel like doing the video, lay down and just listen to what she says, it may be what you needed. Today I followed along with about 90 percent of the instruction, it felt good to linger in my tight spots. So the second thing that made this video great was the stretching. It felt good to release some of the tension I was walking around with. Also, she is right, it isn't about the poses. Eventually they will come. (Haha, at least that's what I keep telling myself!)

    I'm posting for me. I'm posting for accountability. If you want to read my ramblings about more than just YWA follow me on IG. @rainbow_picket_fence

    Stay positive my dudes! Good luck! 🌞😍🦄❤️🌻

  45. a little truly does go a long way!
    Thank you so much. Endless love and gratitude <3

  46. Good morning everyone, I had fun in this practice today, thanks Adriene, hope everyone had a lovely practice, love you guys Namaste Everyone 💕💞💗💓❤🙏

  47. Day 2, OPEN! Amazing practice, showed me how much I've grown with myself and my practice. 🙂 Thank you Adriene, as always! NAMASTE <3

  48. Thank you.

  49. I decided to make yoga part of my daily routine in 2019. I've been doing your videos every day since January 2nd. Sometimes it's 40 minute practices, sometimes it's just a 6 or 7-minute video before bed. It's truly been a game changer for my flexibility, my weight, and my overall health. It's so true that a little goes a LONG way. Thank you!

  50. Thanks, Adriene. I'm getting back into yoga, and also introducing my husband to it, so I'm looking forward to this workout!

  51. I really love this video! Thank you so much, Adriene😊. One I will return to often. Namaste🙏

  52. This is exactly what I needed after today. Thank you! 🤗

  53. 2nd day of Open and it feels good =) Thank you, Adriene <3 Namaste

  54. OPEN day 2

    “A little goes a long way”

    That’s exactly my motto when I first decided to do daily home practice yoga.


    #ywaOPEN #FWFG

  55. I'm going to try to remember to do this every day for a week to keep myself in the mindset of finding my own movements and body needs ♥ I'm also supposed to be going to my first live class in a long time this weekend so… Wish me luck!

  56. 2nd of may, will admit that I completed 30 days of yoga after doing it every day for one month. Then suddenly I went a bit sluggish again for a few weeks and it’s been hard to demotivate me back into another 30 days of yoga, I’m hoping the May schedule will help me get back again. I did notice I’ve started to remember how hard yoga was. Throughout the 30 days I felt like I was so used to it after around 20 days, after taking a few weeks not doing it and suddenly going back I feel like my body has gone back to its old self. But one of my heels can reach the floor now, so I definitely made some progress in 30 days. My anxiety and aches have also improved ♥️♥️ thank you Adrienne.

  57. Just perfect!!!! Great for beginners. Namaste 💗

  58. Excited for this practice on my 28th birthday 🎂💃

  59. A little goes a long way! Thanks!#ywaopen

  60. This one was so good for self love. Thank you.

  61. This one felt sooooo good after a run. And I literally LOL’d twice. “I do declare!” 🤣🤣

  62. It's funny you mentioned to be careful doing forward fold in the shower because I so often do that and aaalways end up with water up my nose haha! Thanks for an awesome practice Adriene! ❤️

  63. Day 121 done!

  64. Doing this one day later on Open 2019 May Calendar. My mantra is I choose to release what no longer serves me.

    Thank you <3
    Namaste <3

  65. It was as a long pause very good to do. Restful and a recuperative experience. I feel most in tune. I'm going to do this challenge for 7 days. I'll feel even better. Namaste.

  66. I started doing yoga two years ago. And this video was the first one ever. At first, I could only do it for 14 minutes, then I had to stop. Then I challenged myself and did the video. Then Adriene challenged me to do this video for seven days. I took the challenge and focused on the breath. After seven days I could do the entire video without forgetting about my breath and ever since I did yoga every day (to the best of my abilities). Two years later I can still focus on my breath, in this video even more, than in the other videos.

  67. I do declare…you always make me laugh. Yoga for the heart and soul. Thank you x

  68. First time I have done this one…a sweet evening practice for this evening before dinner 😊 Thank you 😘

  69. So peaceful. A very calm practice. 💜

  70. Wow Adrienne! This was surreal ❤

  71. Day 1 for me was great. Looking forward to day 2. I use to do the sweaty yoga classes, not any more. Thanks Yoga with Adrienne!

  72. If you plan a yoga tour your welcome to Israel. I practice with you almost every morning so thank you . Namaste

  73. once a day everyday? i'll try!

  74. You have changed my life , I never thought I would be able to do this with all the damage I have accumulated over the years of a misguided life style! Thank you!

  75. LOL. I have tried forward fold in the shower and I just send up with water going up my nose XD Thank you for this Adriene <3

  76. Just to say I finished the challenge. I took a great pleasure to do it and it's strange because everythime it's like I had discovered something new. And you're fun. So It even more better. Namaste again.

  77. I am SO glad I found this!
    I have been trying to get into Yoga off and on for a long time, but like you said, a lot of teachers just jump into full poses and I would really struggle and end up quitting…but, this video HELPED and I will try to continue getting up earlier every day this week and do this
    ~ Thank you 🙂

  78. Love this thankyou 💜

  79. It was nice! I am so tired today,I havent strenght for anything else!It was gentle!thank you

  80. Loved this one, sweet and yummy for the soul and body, perfect treat to open up to in my day! Sending peace and light your way!

  81. Thanks a ton ,,,

  82. Thanks Adriene!

  83. Take time and make it happen ☺️✨ Thank you so much Adriene 😊 Namaste 🙏🏻

  84. Day 121❤️🙏🏾❤️

  85. Thank you. This is great for a newb like me.

  86. Thank you for this practice. No matter how bad I feel, I can usually get through this one and feel a bit stronger. I appreciate you taking the time to film this for people like me to enjoy at home.

  87. Great video as always. This practice was new to me. I always get strange whole body cramps or Charlie Horses before my period and this worked out some of the kinks with out over extended my muscles!

  88. Hello sister thank you for video but I have a suggestion for you that create a playlist for beginners with serial number

  89. Instead of neck circles, what would you suggest for those of us with fused necks? It would feel so good to be able to move like that, however, the titanium in my neck prevents me from being able to move in that way. My surgeon doesn't want me to have any neck movement, but we all know how that goes when you drop something and have to look down to find it lol.

  90. Thank you for making me laugh at least 4 times throughout this practice!

  91. Aww, challenge accepted! Wow best video I have found so far. I was worried it wasn't much work. But right after I feel great! Day 1 for me and I feel amazing, and found some places on my body that definitely needed some stretching. Thank you!

  92. thank you. what would be a good video to follow up with after 7 days for a beginner?

  93. OMG, thank you for this perfect thing! Biz event last night flipping into another event this morning means I need my yoga but don’t have time! This was perfect to get me revved up and body movin. Love your show, Adriene!

  94. Namaste from egypt day 2 of open😍

  95. I mentioned before that our Yoga videos have been helping me manage cancer pain and treatment nausea and discomforts. My doctors have asked me where I am learning Yoga and of course, I told them Yoga with Adrienne on YouTube! My doctors are pleased with the results I am having with your instruction. Thank you!

  96. After being off the mat for very long, coming back to the basics here,
    and to you, Adriene, truly felt good. By the end, I even found myself
    crying… just so grateful for finding what feels so, so good. Thank

  97. I feel like I have a yoga high now. Girl you have a new subbie, and I don't say that❤️

  98. Today was my first time ever doing yoga.. I'm really going to try and do this every day after work. Thank you

  99. Yoga a little goes a long way

  100. The kid in me always comes out when we put an imaginary pen on our nose…I always go for the Hot Pink Crayola Marker ✌🏻😎✌🏻

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