Yoga For Digestion Flow


Hey everyone. Welcome to Yoga with Adriene.
I’m Adriene and today we have a digestive flow sequence to make you glow. This is the
perfect pick me up if you’ve been taking it easy, or you just got done with a big event,
or perhaps during the holiday season you’ve been taking good care and nurturing your body,
eating nice yummy heavy foods, and you’re craving a little kick back into a workout
routine or a yoga practice. This is the perfect sequence for you. It’s going to massage the
internal organs, and get those digestive enzymes moving and flowing, and overall just bring
a little heat to the body during these cold winter months. So, even if it’s hot outside,
this will be a nice sequence to make you sweat. So, get in something comfy, and hop on the
mat, and giddy-up. Let’s go. All right, let’s begin in extended child’s
pose, taking a deep breath in and finding a long exhale out. And we’ll spread the palms
and in your own time rise up to all fours, drawing the knees underneath the hips and
the wrist underneath the shoulders. Inhale, dropping the belly. Exhale, curling the tailbone
under, relaxing the crown of the head. Cat-cow, moving with your breath. Take a moment to
close the eyes here. Press up and out of the earth, and really connect to this line from
the crown of the head to the tip of the tailbone, and everything in between. Commit to your
breath for this practice. As you curl the toes under, walk the palms out, and take the
deepest breath in as you send the sit bones up and back. Exhale, downward facing dog. Take a moment here to dance a little. Check
it out. Paddle the feet. Find movement. Connect to the energy of your practice today. So,
we are doing more than just a yoga workout, but really exploring the practice, and whatever
it plans to serve up today. When you’re ready, bend the knees softly and we’re going to walk
up towards the front edge of the mat, settling in to Uttanasana here. This is a great opportunity
to let go of the day thus far, and again drop into the practice. Find what feels good here.
You can clasp the elbows. Rock a little side to side. Relax the head. And then whenever
you’re ready press into your feet, and on an inhale, we’re going to lift up to a nice
flat back position, just halfway here. Deep breath in. On an exhale, float it down.
Then bend your knees softly, tuck your chin into your chest and begin to roll it up into
mountain pose. Take a moment here to loop the shoulders, check in with the neck. Let
go of any tension here as you breathe deep and stay connected with your feet. Work it
out. Draw your palms to your heart now, coming into mountain pose or Tadasana, with mindfulness,
a sense of you. And we’ll begin to move. Inhale, reaching the fingertips up overhead. Exhale,
down through the mid-line we flow. Inhale, halfway lift. Exhale, soften and bow. Inhale,
reach it all the way back up. Deep breath in. Breathe, breathe, breathe. And exhale,
hands to heart. Awesome. Inhale, reach it up. Full breath in. Exhale, soft knees as
you forward fold. Inhale, halfway lift. Exhale, bow. Now, step or hop the feet back to plank. Don’t
panic. Find a little movement here and then slowly we’ll lower all the way down to the
belly. On a deep breath in, open your heart, your chest cobra. And then exhale, we release.
Curling the toes under and sending it up and back. Down-dog. Deep breath in. Long breath
out. And then on an inhale we step, float, or hop towards the front edge of our mat.
Forward fold. Inhale. Halfway lift. Move with your breath. Exhale, bow. Inhale, reach it
all the way up. Spread your fingertips and exhale to the heart. Sweet. Inhale, reach
it up. Exhale, forward fold. Inhale, halfway lift. Long neck. Exhale. Step, float, or hop
the feet back. Plank. Now, we can lower down to cobra or Chaturanga
to up-dog. Find softness in your Vinyasa here. Together we’ll meet. Downward facing dog.
This time inhale. Send the right leg up. Exhale all the way up and into your lunge. From the
low lunge, we’ll take a deep breath in and on an exhale let the heart open. Radiate forward.
Plant the left palm next to the right foot and deep breath in, we reach the right fingertips
up towards the sky. Twist. Lower that back knee if you need to. Breathe deep. Inhale
in and exhale. Melt it back to center. Step the right foot back and we Vinyasa. Moving
with the breath. Cobra or up-dog. Together we meet, down-dog. Inhale, left leg lifts
high. Step it up into your low lunge. Take a moment to get settled in. Open your heart.
And this time we’ll plant the right hand next to the left foot and on a deep breath in,
lift the left fingertips up to the sky. Find your breath. Straight line from the crown
of the head to the tip of the tailbone. On an exhale, melt it back and we’ll step the
back foot up to meet the front. Forward fold. Inhale, halfway lift. Exhale, soften and bow.
Inhale, reach it all the way up and exhale right back down. Forward fold. Inhale, flat
back. Exhale, bow. Inhale, step, or hop the feet back to plank. Choose your Vinyasa. Enjoy
your practice. Sending it back to downward facing dog. We’ll anchor through the left
heel and inhale, slide the right leg up. This time squeeze your right knee up and in towards
your heart. Take a deep breath in and on an exhale step the right foot up. Low lunge.
Same thing as before. We plant the left palm and inhale, breathe into the lower belly as
you find your twist. We can always have that back knee lowered
or the right hand on the waistline. Make it your own. Find your breath. On an exhale we
come back to center. Lower the left knee. Send the hips back. Forward fold here as we
breathe into the legs, breathe into the back body and flex the right toes up towards the
sky. Nice stretch here in the left foot as well as we relax the shoulders down for one
more breath cycle. In and out, and then slowly rolling through that right foot, we come back
to our lunge. Strong legs here as we lift the back knee and inhale, reach the fingertips
up. Hug the inner things towards the mid-line, really squeezing that right knee towards the
center as you find a strong high lunge. And then we gently release. Awesome. Find your Vinyasa here. Mix and match.
Play with strength and grace. And we’ll meet downward facing dog. Inhale, lift the left
leg high. Exhale, squeezing left knee up and in towards your heart. Strong body here, press
away from the earth. Stepping the left foot up into your lunge, we find our twist. Inhale,
really reaching up towards the sky. Or again, bringing that left hand to the waistline for
more stability. Inhale in. Exhale, melt it back to center. Lower the right knee and send
it on back. Flexing through the left foot this time, relaxing the weight of the head
down. You might find a little wave in the spine here, a little movement. Breathe into
that left hammy. And then again, rather than just shifting forward to the next thing, really
roll through that left foot. Enjoy each transition here as we lift up strong, high lunge. Really
hugging the legs in towards the mid-line, lengthening the tailbone down. Deep breath
in. And exhale we release. Awesome, and Vinyasa. Make it your own. Move
with your breath. I love this music here. All my friends who are a part of the Empower
Program will recognize this. It’s beautiful. So ride the wave. And once again we’ll meet
up in downward facing dog. Deep breath in through the nose. Long exhale out through
the mouth. Bend your knees. Hop the feet up towards the front edge. And inhale, halfway
lift. Exhale bow. Inhale, reach it all the way up, spread the palms. Exhale, Anjali Mudra
at the heart. Now take a moment here to perhaps close your eyes. Notice how you feel. Notice
the sensations in the body. Make some observations. Reconnect with your breath. And then when
you’re ready we’ll inhale, reach it up once again. Exhale, forward fold. Inhale, halfway
lift. Exhale, bow. And stepping or hopping the feet back to plank. Choose your own Vinyasa, cobra or up-dog.
Exhale, downward facing dog. Inhale, lift the right leg high. Exhale, squeezing that
knee up towards your heart. Inhale, find your twist. Exhale, back to center. This time we’re
going to pivot on the back foot and inhale. Rise up to settle in Warrior II. Reaching
the right fingertips forward up and back, we find peaceful warrior, a reverse warrior.
Deep breath in. Exhale. Back to Warrior II. Now softening the right elbow on top of the
right thigh we find extended side angle. Press into the outer edge of that back foot. Take
a deep breath in, and on your exhale send it all the way back, reverse warrior. Inhale
in. Exhale back to your lunge. Vinyasa. Moving with your breath. Finding strength. Downward
facing dog. Inhale, lift the left leg high. Exhale, squeeze that left knee in and up into
your lunge. Inhale, left fingertips reach up. Twist. Exhale, back to center. Pivoting on that back foot we rise up, Warrior
II. Move with your breath. Sink into that front knee as you reach the left fingertips
forward, up and back, peaceful warrior. Extension through the crown. Back to Warrior II. And
then softening through that left elbow we find extended side angle. Open your heart
towards the sky. Deep breath in. Exhale, peaceful warrior. Move with your breath. All the way
back into your lunge. This time we’re going to step the back foot up to meet the front.
Forward fold. Inhale, halfway lift. Exhale, bow. Inhale, reach it all the way up and exhale
to your heart. Right back in we go. Inhale, reaching it up. Exhale, fold. Inhale, halfway
lift. Exhale, bow. Inhale, step or hop the feet back to plank. Hug the elbows into the side body and inhale,
lift-up cobra or up dog. Exhale, downward facing dog. Inhale, right leg high. Exhale,
squeeze the right knee up in towards your heart. Stepping up into your lunge, we explore
a little deeper, bringing the palms together at the heart, hugging that right knee in towards
the center as you find your twist. Palms together and Namaste. Can always lower that left knee
or repeat the twist that we’ve been doing before. Strong legs as you really spike that
left heel towards the back edge of your mat and then on an exhale, release back to center.
Now again we open up Warrior II. Then peaceful warrior. Move with your breath to extended
side angle. Back to peaceful warrior. And then all the way back down to your lunge. So there’s no right or wrong with the breath
here, just move with nice long smooth deep breaths. After your Vinyasa, we’ll take it
to down dog and inhale, lift the left leg high. Exhale, squeeze that left knee up in
towards your heart. And we’ll step it up in towards your lunge. Palms come together and
we find that deep juicy twist on the other side. Pulling the left hip crease back. Modifying
up or down as needed. Make it your own. Strong alignment. Good energy. As we melt it back
to center and lift it up, Warrior II. Peaceful warrior. Extended side angle. Back to peaceful
warrior. Reverse it. Beautiful. And all the way back down to your lunge. Step the left
toes back, Chaturanga practice. And downward facing dog. Awesome, my friends. Deep breath
in through the nose. Cleansing breath out through the mouth. Then bend the knees generously and we’ll step
or hop it up towards the front edge. Inhale, halfway lift. Long beautiful neck. Exhale,
bow. Now bend your knees generously and send your sit bones back. Utkatasana, chair pose,
with a twist. Palms come together at the heart and we move towards the left outer edge of
the right arm to the outer edge of the left leg. Find spaciousness. Open your heart, your
chest. Draw the knees together or try pulling the left hip crease back as you breathe in.
And on an exhale, gently release it back to center. Nice work. Straight legs as we inhale,
lift up, halfway. Exhale, soften and bow. Then we’ll bend the knees. Drop the sit bones
and try again on the other side. Stick with it. You got this. Breathing nice long smooth deep breaths. Strong
transformative soulful breaths. In and out. Drop the sit bones, take a deep breath in.
And exhale, release. Awesome job. Inhale, halfway lift. Exhale, bow. Step or hop the
toes back. Slowly lower down. Inhale, cobra or upward facing dog. And exhale a very well
deserved rest. Bring the two big toes together, heels left to right. Pillow the head. Shake
the hips. Notice your breath. Then when you’re ready we’re going to transition all the way
onto our backs. Nice and slow, for a little core strengthening practice. Take your time
getting there. And when you do, we’re going to interlace the fingertips behind the head,
elbows nice and wide. Then lifting the shins up parallel to the ceiling and lifting the
head and the neck and the shoulders up, we draw right elbow to left knee. Straighten
the right leg out long. Then switch. Left elbow to right knee. Back and forth.
Yogi bicycles. Finding a rhythm with the breath. Moving from left to center. Right to center.
Careful not to crunch the neck. Keep the gaze up or a spaciousness between the chin and
the chest. Stick with this rhythm or begin to speed it up, scooping the tailbone up,
drawing the navel down. Focus on your breath. Make it your own. If you like, when you get
bored, you can bring that Simba into your hands and bring Simba up and over. Back and
forth. Back and forth. Deep breath in. Smile. Exhale, release. Hug the knees into the chest.
Awesome. Then we’ll cross the right ankle over the
left. Grab the outer edges of the feet and shake it off with a little playful rocking,
back and forth, back and forth. Until you’re ready to come back to all fours. Curl the
toes under. Send the sit bones up. Downward facing dog. This time we’re going to walk
the toes up, just a hair. And reach the right arm to clasp either the outer edge of that
left ankle, left shin or calf, even the back of the knee or the thigh. This is a challenging
twist here that requires nice deep full breaths. Careful to not clench in the face or in the
shoulders. And then we’ll slowly release back to center and experiment with this downward
dog twist on the other side. No toxic thoughts if you’re not there yet. It gives you something
to work towards, something to look forward to. Deep breath in as we look underneath the
right armpit, chest. And exhale, release back to center. Awesome job. Final Vinyasa here.
You can skip it if you like. Cobra or upward facing dog. And exhale. Balasana. Bring the
palms together, up and over head. Find a little sway. Then slowly we’ll rise up, for a little
playtime. So this isn’t just for advanced yogis or people
wanting to deepen their practice. This is really what yoga home practice is all about.
So you can go into a pigeon here as I’m demonstrating or if you’re not really feeling the hip opener
but you’ve been working on crow pose, you might take this moment now to practice Bakasana.
So this is essentially a free style moment for you to really ask yourself what do I need
and how can I play with that. For me this is the real yoga. This is what home practice
is all about. Empowering yourself to just play on the mat. I just tried a side arm balance.
Maybe it’s straight to Shavasana for you here or maybe you turn your perspective on its
side for a side plank. You can do as much or as little as you like here. Maybe just
coming to a nice comfortable seat, a meditation pose or bow pose. Take a couple moments here
to play. Again, remember this is your practice, your
moment. My best advice to you in this moment is don’t decide where it ends. Enjoy. Take
your time and when you’re ready we’ll meet in a flat back position. Slowing it down,
hugging the knees into the chest, maybe taking a reclined twist or two. We’re moving straight
into a reclined cobbler’s pose. Stabilizing through the sacrum and the spine, allowing
the skin or the face to soften and relax. Notice how you feel. And eventually take a
moment to just be still in corpse pose. If you want to skip the outro of this video you
can sit up now and just go ahead and pause, maybe resting a little longer in Shavasana
today. Rock on. All right my friends, excellent work. Good
job. If this was challenging for you, don’t worry, it’s a challenging sequence. It’s definitely
a more intermediate flow variations there for you. But something everyone can benefit
from if they want to deepen their practice. This is also very similar to my Reboot Program
and my Empower Program, which is my version of Power Yoga. Reboot is a 29-day yoga experience
to totally reboot the system and just lifestyle. It’s great after a breakup or like I said,
a big event or the holidays when you’re looking for that perfect pick me up. So, if you like
this style and you’re hungry for more, go to FindWhatFeelsGood.com and check out Reboot
and Empower there. I always love your feedback. Return to the practice. See how it grows and
evolves, and I look forward to hearing from you. Have a lovely rest of your day. Drink
lots of water. Namaste.

100 Comments

  1. ร…h yeahhh..feels good to return here !Thank you!Enjoy dear fellow yogies!

  2. Wow, this was challenging, but I did it and my stomach feels better than it did when I woke up! Namaste

  3. Wow what a difference from the current day videos, you've grown so much since 2014, you deffo need to know your stuff before you try this video out.

  4. Thank you!

  5. This was too fast! I couldn't follow half the poses ๐Ÿ˜ž may be I should get back to dedicate program only

  6. I'm not a complete novice and love your videos. This is the first one I have struggled with, it seemed a very fast pace, always felt like I was playing catch-up.. also prefer it when you are chatting to the camera rather than a voice over.

  7. 1) this was such a fast pace it was hard to keep up
    2) can you make another video for when you're constipated? (woah there, that's personal but I came here looking to get some relief, if you feel me)
    3) I love you Adriene <3

  8. Well it works!!!! ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ’ฉ

  9. I really love this sequence, your voice & music really soothing my soul, thanks Adriene

  10. Just amazing… Didn't expect it to be this challenging but loved it

  11. Just what I needed today! 20th Day for May 2019 ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. OMG! I think I'm still alive!

  13. It's a year since I last did this practice. My energy levels have obviously picked up after the chest infection – don't think I could have managed it even a week ago. Apart from a couple of missed vinyasas towards the end, I kept flowing. Thank you Adriene xx Namaste ๐Ÿ’Ÿ๐Ÿ’Ÿ

  14. Loved this practice!!! It made me feel great! This is the right way to kick start my morning ๐Ÿ™‚ <3

  15. Back to this intermediate practice for Day 24 of OPEN. ๐Ÿ˜… phew I felt the heat with this speedy flow ! I just about managed to keep up towards the end but then you rewarded me with that little favourite shark fin before moving on. So many vinyasas in this one. I couldnโ€™t quite manage that last downward dog challenge, my arms wouldnโ€™t let me but I know my limitations and had to be mindful. See you tomorrow on the mat ๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿผโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ™

  16. May, Open day 24: the kind of practice I love!

  17. I loved it!! Thank youuuu sweetheart โค๏ธ

  18. This was really great, I felt challenged and I loved it !

  19. #ywaopen Day 24: I find the flows with the voiceover too fast and challenging for me. I was able to complete it but I went to child's pose a couple of times. That won't stop me. It will motivate me to keep growing within this journey.

  20. So yummy x

  21. I was happy when this one was over! I made it through! But it was challenging to keep up but I was able to push myself through it!

  22. May 2019 – OPEN – my fav theme so far ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

  23. Ooo I really liked that one! Thanks @yogawithadrienne โค๏ธ

  24. What a fast practice! So different from the style Adriene has been guiding us with these last two years. Thanks for making me sweat and providing a challenge!

  25. What a fast practice! So different from the style Adriene has been guiding us with these last two years. Thanks for making me sweat and providing a challenge!

  26. I went to a concert last night and to have this practice this morning was both challenging and revitalizing. Thank you!

  27. Namaste ๐Ÿ™‚

  28. Got my sweat on!!! YEAHA TGIF! have a wonderful weekend. Namaste!

  29. Absolutely loved this practice!!! Side arm balance…not a chance! This old back does't bend sideways at all!

  30. Wow! I feel good about how much I was able to do. Thanks.

  31. I really like this practise and the poses. I feel so much better now <3. Although it was a bit challenging, not because of the poses, but it was hard to follow. Sometimes it was a little bit fast, so I felt rushed.

    Nevertheless, Adriene, you changed my life by sending so much love through your practises. Thank you so much! <3

  32. thank you!!! this was amazing โค๏ธ the kind of practice I love ๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ finally I think I really enjoy doing downward facing dog, thanks to you adriene!!

  33. Whew!! My 54th day of yoga in a row now, and this was a super challenge to show me both how far I've come (uh, I never could have come CLOSE to keeping up with this back on April 1st) and also to show me how much growth I have to look forward to. Awesome!!!

  34. Have I been spoiled at the slower pace or what is this. I canโ€™t even get my full breath before youโ€™re two poses ahead of me. Iโ€™ve been doing your yoga everyday for 3.5 months now and this was the angriest Iโ€™ve ever been during or after. Having the voiceover really speeds things up like Iโ€™m not used to and makes me feel disconnected from Adriene and the practice. Iโ€™m also lost during โ€œplay timeโ€ and too frustrated to wanna do anything besides swear. Iโ€™m glad Adriene doesnโ€™t normally do voiceover cuz that once took all fun out of it for me. Sorry for being negative, looks like I need another yoga session. See you tomorrow

  35. โค๏ธ

  36. Had a bit of a sour stomach today, and this definitely helped out!

  37. That kicked my a**!! ๐Ÿ˜‚ It was on a bad IBS day, but still… I need to go back to a slower pace, ha. TY Adriene… Something to aspire to.

  38. I would add – great for when you are annoyed by no particular outside reason but simply driven by the inner army of hormones too. If sometimes happens that you can't help your face muscles get out of the shape 'hey, you look like you wanna bite, is everything alright?' or 'mhm, you look pretty mad, is there something I can do…', this yoga session will do. It helped me in that effort today. It was so transformative… What a relief <3 Namaste ๐Ÿ™‚

  39. OPEN day 24

    When I read its for โ€œdigestive flowโ€ I expected it to be a gentle session, boy was I wrong lol! It felt like the last day of a 30 day challenge, where we do whatever pose we want. I usually end up doing a bit of every pose! Its a more intermediate level yoga and fast paced, definitely warms the body.

    Namaste.

    #ywaOPEN #FWFG

  40. Sweaty practice today, yup I need to clean my mat it's all sweaty now lols but I feel great even though I wanted to quit and give up cause I was getting my butt kicked by this practice, I stuck with it and now I know it was worth it thanks for this one Adriene , hope you're well and Namaste ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’“โค๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

  41. It was amazing… thank you,๐Ÿ™

  42. I love the end of this video. Lots of options suggested ๐Ÿ˜Š

  43. This is one gem of a class! Thanks for making the calendar, otherwise I would not discover it! It would be amazing if you could make more classes like this. With gentle music and minimal cues… They are the best! Very relaxing despite of the fast pace. I also love the "silent" classes after the challenges, but I always strain my neck, trying to peek too much on the screen.. Minimal cues is an amazing middle ground and the music you chose, pure bliss! Thank you Adriene! ๐Ÿ™โœจโค๏ธ

  44. Phew! Iโ€™m so used to your current style that this one took me by surprise. My flow was slow, so had to speed up and look at the video! No lazy yoga today! Haha

  45. I love it ! I just started yoga

  46. That was exactly what the doctor ordered! Feeling energised, calm and ready for more! See you tomorrow!

  47. #ywaopen may 2019. Flow challenging- as I wanted to keep up with both voice and movement- but it didn't function as well as I wanted. Routine itself good – I LOVE the warrior positions!

  48. No sweat but I loved the fast pace! So different, what a throwback Adriene! Loved it ๐Ÿ’–

  49. Loved the pace and rising body temp of this practice. Been through several dozen of Adrienne's practices and this is a favorite. Will keep this one in a permanent rotation. Hope for more intermediate to difficult videos in the future. Awesome stuff. Thanks Adrienne.

  50. This is my least favourite of all your sequences Adriene, I felt so rushed and unable to feel my way through the flow. It was like going through the motions but without really experiencing each one. The play section at the end was frustrating too, to much choice and no time to recognise what my body really needed. I appreciate the sense of 'play' but it felt more like a 'free for all' and I lost my way. I am def much happier with the approach you use in all your more recent practices.B-(

  51. Challenging, but doable. l really worked up some heat since I did this practice post-Run.

  52. That one made me sweat! And that was awesome.

  53. I am just in love with you sweet girl .. and that helped m alot … Namaste

  54. Iโ€™m really glad you give breathing cues, if it were up to me Iโ€™d be panting like a dog

  55. Quite challenging yet I place trust into my practice as well as myself. I also try to connect with my breath mindfully while having fun at the end of the practice โ˜บ๏ธ Thank you so much Adriene and namaste ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿปโœจ

  56. My favourite way to start the day ๐Ÿคฉ

  57. Wow! I was sweating bullets. Was that supposed to be the case? You didnโ€™t seem to be. Maybe I just have more to clean on the inside? I enjoyed it!

  58. Day 143โค๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพโค๏ธ if this was intermediate then I made it ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿพ

  59. You are so beautiful

  60. Damn that was different but absolutely loved it. I did not look at the video but followed your voice. I was feeling really zen, although I have to say – I AM SWEATING. Thank you so much for everything, Adriene! Loads of love from Iceland <3

  61. I am not even in the intermediate level but I was surprised that I was able to follow and keep up with your pace! I did sweat… a lot! I'm proud of myself for being able to do this. I did not expect this! Nice session! โค๏ธ Thanks Adriene! Much love from Philippines. ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ

  62. I have done this video thousands of times. I keep coming back to it. It is one of my favorites! I wish you would do more with the voiceover style with the music. Something about it really allows me to flow and clear my mind. ๐Ÿ™‚

  63. Woow god bless you! I was in so much pain due to hemoroids ..you saved me .. thank you Adrienne !!

  64. Just discovered it now… lying down in my parents basement on a little trip to home… watching rupaul when my parents are up in bed and doing this to digest all the goodies my mom got for me. #oldiesbutgoldies – really love the sequence and grateful for the algorithm that suggested it to me

  65. I have a bit depressed lately. I was scared of working out cos my anxiety make me believe that I will hurt myself. And I m challenge myself of coming back into it now cos I think itโ€™s the best for me after all. I thought doing a chill practice and ending up sweating and out of breath but I finished it and kept going and push myself. Thank you so much ๐Ÿ˜Š
    I m happy ๐Ÿ˜‰

  66. Wow, this one is a bit fast, but I like that the vinyasas are repetitive and build on each other. I decided to do 15 mins today and then do the whole vid again tomorrow just so I know what I'm getting into lol ๐Ÿ™‚

  67. Thank you!! It was challenging in the best way possible! Sending you a big hug

  68. I've been practicing yoga on and off for 4 years now. This was hard for me! Faster pace than usual compared to your other videos. Thank you Adtienne. I now know I needed it this morning. ๐Ÿ‘

  69. I love the part at the end about not deciding where it ends. I did pause it and stayed in Savasana until it suddenly felt right to move. Wonderful advice. I do prefer to remain in warrior poses, and those poses in the standing flow parts, for a few breaths, rather than a breath or two (or none). I don't care for such transition speed (but I know other people love it like that), and sometimes wish for a little more space in general with how most people conduct yoga practices, as the best live teacher I'd ever had would have us hold every pose for 5 breaths (which sometimes became 8 or 9) and her classes were so transformative, meditative, and healing, but I overall did enjoy the content of this sequence.

  70. This was too fast for me…

  71. Madam,I have stomach problems like bloating,gas.I couldnโ€™t able to clear my stomach in the morning.May I do headstand yoga ???

  72. Love you Adriene โค๏ธ

  73. WOW! I loved this practice, I have been feeling a little sluggish lately and this has really given me the 'boot' that I needed. I am certainly going to check out the other programs, thank you.

  74. Wow holy cow I can now hold crow pose for 2 long breath cycles when did this happen Iโ€™m so happy ahahahahah

  75. Dear Adriene I thank you for all your videos theyโ€™re all so super great And I love knocking on heavens door every time I watch the videos and I see you I see the light s Chinatown so beautiful love always and my buddy Benji๐ŸŒน๐Ÿ’–

  76. I can hardly catch up with this video because I searched for "digestion" yoga. Until nearly the end I hear you say this is for advanced yogi …
    Thanks for this anyway. It was fast, but I can do variations since I've watched you before. Thank you Adriene. Keep it up for more videos.ย 
    Love from Vietnam.

  77. This practice was amazing! I love the fast-paced nature of it, I really was able to move along with my breaths. I also felt extremely less bloated afterwards. Definitely doing this one again!

  78. I prefer the one where sheโ€™s talking through them not pre recorded

  79. Guys IT'S my first day of period and I have cramps and am severely bloated so I thought of doing this yoga and I am instantly debloated and my cramps are much better now ๐Ÿ˜ of course I had to modified the jumping one I just stepped in instead of jumping in โค Worth giving it a try
    Tips : Drink water pls It HELPS!!!!!

  80. Coming back to some old specials, needing that digestive flow to support and feel good! Blessings my friend!

  81. I feel really good while doing this. Thank you

  82. Thank you FWFG Community feeeeels, still rocking those โ€œtrue self groovesโ€, and Shakey grooves blessings ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ’ hehe! Digestive Flow worked on all levels xoxox bahahahaha! Honour the light in me and the light in you all ways! Namaskar my yoga friends ๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’“

  83. Love ๐Ÿ’• this one โ˜๏ธ

  84. This post is going to be a little bit longer but it's worth reading it. I have been suffering from anxiety and panic attacks since I was 14 (I am 29 now). I never found out what the cause was but finally I think I found.

    When I was at the local bookstore today I found by coincidence a book about panic attacks. I flipped the book open at a random page and found a line where several causes for panic attacks where listed. Amongst them there was also a syndrome called Roemheld syndrome. It wasn't explained in the book so I looked it up on the internet at home. To make it short: the Roemheld syndrome is essentially caused by trapped gas in digestive tract which causes a pressure on the diaphragm. And this causes symptomes like anxiety, shortage of breath, dizziness, arrhythmia and so on. These were exactly the symtpomes I had. Recommended treatments are fennel or anis tea or to take some medication that reduces the gas in the digestive tract.

    This was when I noticed that I can go on doing yoga videos for anxiety, fear, depression without getting any improvement. So that was what lead me to this practice.

    Thank you Adriene, thank you Yoga and thank you community!

    (I hope this comment gets many likes unlike my other comments.)

  85. I usually love hearing you "live" and enjoying the lightness of it, but today I felt like I really needed to drop in, and not feel like I need to look at the video and this provided just that. Thanks, Adriene!

  86. Hey dear adriene thkd a lot for the videos its always great!
    I cannot get my legs straight always a little curl in the knees ..how can I stretch to get them straight please ?
    Love from morocco :*

  87. Good example of how only a few moves can make you feel the fire

  88. I really like this practice, though I was wondering… i suffer from gas and bloating?! Any thoughts on that?!

  89. This is one of my favorite sessions. And I'm glad I can finally keep up with the pace!!

  90. dear friend that was a beautiful workout thanks look forward for more yoga from your goodselves

  91. I wouldn't say this practice is for digestion but it's a good practice in general

  92. I have been doing your yoga videos since 2017, and this one is my all time favorite, I swear.

  93. That was bada$$ needed that A rocks

  94. Thank you <3

  95. Perfect!

  96. day 133th in books

  97. Thank you very much Adriene going with the flow of the video I appreciate it thanks again

  98. Thank you this was so perfect! I had a IBS flare and I am finally feeling better. Changing my diet again per doctor recommendation and this was the perfect intro again to exercise. I was doing yoga daily when I got sick so I plan on getting back at it again! Love your videos! They are the only ones I watch!

  99. Too fast for me.

  100. Awesome video, thank you Adriene ๐Ÿ™‚

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