Yoga For Weight Loss – Love Yoga Flow


– What’s up, everyone? Welcome to Yoga with Adriene. I’m Adriene. Today on the “Yoga for
Weight Loss” series, we are going to strengthen
and lengthen the body in a little vinyasa flow practice. I’m calling this, “Yoga Flow
for Love” or “Love Yoga Flow.” It’s really just because,
right? Self-love. Mainly, my point is, who said a workout has
to be harsh and unloving? Let’s see if we can marry our
breath and our body together in a way that feels good, but
also gets our muscles nice and toned and trim and strong. Right? Building that lean muscle
mass in the most loving way. Let’s get started. (rhythmic guitar music) – Okay, today we’re going to begin in a nice comfortable seat. And we’re just going to take a minute to check in with our breath, because we’re going to use our breath to move through the practice today. And especially when we title a
video “Yoga for Weight Loss,” we want to make sure we’re
starting with integrity, and that we’re working from a place of connectivity and listening to the body. So, we could start this
asana at the head of our mat, but we’re definitely
gonna take a second here before we get moving, to
check in with the breath. So, we’re not gonna be here long, so I’m just telling you all that, I guess, to invite you to dive in, commit to your breath in a new way. And we’re just gonna start, nothing fancy, by closing the eyes,
and inhaling in deeply as you squeeze the
shoulders up to the ears. And then exhaling, drawing
the shoulders, elbows away. Finding length in the neck. Inhale. Sit up nice and tall. Squeeze the shoulders up towards the ears. Full breath in, all the way to the top, and then use your exhale to draw the shoulders, the elbows down. And one more time, just like that. Inhale. Squeeze, squeeze, squeeze. And exhale, drawing the shoulders,
elbows down, down, down. Now close your eyes here,
and play with your breath. So if you’re familiar with ujjayi, you might begin to connect
to that audible breath here. But really, we just want to
get the juices flowing here. Get our mind to anchor on the sound of the breath. If it feels good to maybe
teeter totter the head a little, left to right, or maybe
draw a couple circles with the nose, do that. Then on your next inhale, draw the palms together at your heart. Lift your sternum up to your thumbs, and actively press the
palms together here, elbows out, left to right. Another deep, conscious breath in. Then we use the exhale out
to bring us to all fours. When you arrive, begin
to move in your cat-cow. But take this awareness of the
breath with you, my friends, as you spread the palms. And drop the belly down to
the earth as you inhale, and drawing the navel up
to the spine as you exhale. Let the breath fuel the movement. Careful not to rush here. Awesome. Then begin to
find a little movement here that feels good, maybe shaking the hips
a little left to right, maybe drawing circles with the hips. Continue with your breath. If you catch yourself
holding your breath here, then just notice that and then come back. Cool. And then after a
little movement here, we’ll make the journey
to downward facing dog, by curling the toes under. Maybe walking the palms slightly forward, drawing the shoulders away from the ears, and then lifting the hips up high. Find your breath again here. Bending the knees. Melting the heart back. Stretching through the backs of the legs. Stretching the feet. Pressing into all ten
knuckles strong here. Should start to settle
in here with the breath, start to feel good. Letting go of the day thus far, perhaps. Allowing yourself to let
go of any to-do lists or anything that you have
to do after practice. Give yourself this time on your mat to really focus on your
breath, connect to yourself. We’re gonna take it to a nice slow walk up towards the front edge of your mat. Take your time getting there. And we’ll meet in a forward
fold, toes pointing forward, knees bent as generously as you like. Take a couple moments
here with your breath. Maybe shifting your weight on your feet, front to back, side to side, really spreading awareness
through all four corners of the soles of your feet. Maybe shaking the head
a little, yes and no. Clasping the elbows like I
am here feels right for me. Take one more deep breath
here, wherever you are. And we’ll slowly begin to roll it up. Loop the shoulders, press into your feet, and find that lift up through the heart. Lengthen all the way up
through the crown of the head. And close your eyes here, and take a couple smooth
breaths here in mountain pose. Inhaling lots of love in, and exhaling lots of love out. Then inhale. Reach the fingertips
up high towards the sky. And exhale. Draw your
shoulder blades together. See if you can create more space between your shoulders
and your elbows here. Spread the fingertips super wide, and again nice, long,
smooth deep breaths here. Careful not to lock the knees.
You might find a soft bend. Notice if the tailbone
is spilling out here. See if you can allow the
tailbone to grow heavy, maybe tuck the pelvis here. Last, but not least. I know your arms might be getting tired, especially if you’re new to
the practice. Stick with it. We’re gonna hug just the lower
ribs in, just a hair here. Drawing energy in from
the arches of the feet. Take one more deep breath
in here. You got it. Then exhale. Palms come together, as we
bend our knees generously, and take it all the way down. Awesome. Inhale, halfway lift. Exhale, bow. Inhale, reach it all the way
up, spread the fingertips. Press into all four corners of the feet, and then exhale, hands to heart. All right, let’s flow. Soft knees. Move with your breath. Inhale. Reach it up. Draw the shoulders down, open your heart. Exhale. Down you go. Bend the knees. Inhale. Nice flat back position here. Extend through the crown. Exhale. Forward fold. Great. Plant the palms here and
step the feet back to plank. Take your time getting
there on this first one. Press away from your yoga mat. You can always lower the knees here. Or I’m finding a little
stretch by bending the knees back and forth, back and forth. Then slowly, we’ll lower down, hugging the elbows into the side body. Gaze is forward here, as I
lower all the way to the belly. Loop the shoulders. Press into the tops of the
feet, and inhale. Cobra. Exhale, release. Curl the toes under, and make your way to downward-facing dog. Inhale, lots of love in. Exhale, lots of love out. Melt your heart towards your toes. Hug the lower ribs in. One more breath. Inhale. And exhale. Great. Anchor through the left heel. Inhale, lift the right leg up high. Rotate the right ankle one
way and then the other. Make sure you’re not
dumping all your weight into your left shoulder. Square the shoulders here. Then we’ll squeeze the right knee all the way up and in towards your heart. See if you can touch
your nose to your knee. Great. Then step the
right foot all the way up into your lunge. Lower the back knee. Find a nice, juicy stretch here. Lifting up through the
heart, looping the shoulders. Press into the top of the back foot. Breathe deep. Awesome. Then curl the back toes under. Lift the back knee. Plant the palms, and step
the right toes back to plank. Again, feel free to
lower onto the knees here for a half-plank at any time. Inhale in. Exhale. Lower all the way to the belly. Inhale in. Cobra. Exhale. Release. Awesome. Curl your toes under. Make your
way to downward-facing dog. Big breath in. Big breath out. Great. This time anchor
through the right heel. Inhale. Lift the left leg up high. Deep breath in here.
Rotate the left ankle. Go through your checklist. Play with the shoulders here. Make sure you’re not holding
in the head, the neck. Then we’ll begin to bend the left knee. Squeeze it up and in towards the heart. Try to touch your nose to your knee. And then step your left
foot up into your lunge. Lower the back knee. Press
into the top of the back foot. Breathe deeply here as
you open your heart. So careful not to collapse, but always creating a
full-body experience here, especially when we begin to move a little faster in the flow. So, full-body awareness. Using the breath to expand that awareness, with every breath, with every move. Let it grow. Turn the back toes under.
Lift the back knee. Plant the palms. Step the left toes back. This time you might lower
chaturanga to upward-facing dog, or you can repeat the belly to cobra. Moving with the breath as you inhale. Open your heart. And exhale to down dog. Deep breath in. Deep breath out. Go for a nice slow walk again, or bend the knees generously. Look forward. Inhale in. On an exhale, hop to the top. Forward fold. Great. Inhale. Halfway lift. Nice flat back. Exhale, bow. Inhale. Sweep the fingertips
all the way up and overhead. And exhale, hands to heart. Soft knees. Inhale and reach it up. Spread your fingertips. Exhale, down through the midline. Forward fold. Inhale. Nice flat back position here. Move with your breath.
Exhale takes you down. Inhale. Plant the palms. Step or hop it back to plank. Move through your vinyasa here, hugging the elbows into the side body. Lifting to cobra or up dog. Exhaling to downward-facing dog. Moving the breath. Inhale. LIft the right leg up high. Exhale. Squeeze nose to knee. Step the right foot up into your lunge. Lower the back knee. And this time, inhale, reach the fingertips forward, up and back. Crescent moon. Squeezing the inner thighs to the midline, pressing into the top of that back foot. Super strong here. Keep breathing. Draw the
shoulders away from the ears. Spread the fingertips. Great. Inhale in. Look up. Exhale. Take the palms together. We’re gonna dial the heart over towards the right side of the mat. Squeeze the right knee
in towards the midline, and we’ll find a little twist here. Pressing the palms together to find length through the crown. Nice, long, smooth, deep
breaths here. You got it. And then slowly, we’ll release. Come back to your low lunge. Lift the back knee. Plant the palms. Step the right toes back,
and move through your flow. Lowering all the way down to the belly. Cobra or upward-facing dog. Together we’ll meet downward dog. Drop the right heel. Inhale. Lift the left leg up high. Find your strength as you squeeze
the knee in. Nose to knee. Then we’ll step the left foot
up. Lower the right knee down. Take your time. And loop the shoulders.
Find that lift in the heart. And when you’re ready, crescent moon. Reaching the fingertips
forward, up, and back. Hugging the inner thighs to the midline. Stick with your breath. Inhale in. Draw the palms together. Exhale. Pull the left hip crease back. Begin to dial your heart towards
the left side of your mat. Press the palms together. Aim to bring the palms to
the center of your sternum. And find that length through
the crown of the head. Breathing deeply here. So good for the body. Inhale in. Exhale. Gently release. Come back to your low lunge. Lift the back knee. Plant the palms. Move through a vinyasa here. This time we’ll take a little moment in extended child’s pose. So move through your heart-opener. And then exhale. Knees nice and wide. Forehead comes to the
mat. We take a break. If you don’t want to do this here, if you prefer to rest
in downward-facing dog, send the hips up high. We’ll meet you there in just a moment. Stay connected to your breath. Shift your focus to the
sensations in the body. Great. Then activate through the arms. So nice active arms here. As we draw the navel up to the spine, walk the knees back underneath the hips. Then plant the palms, curl the toes under, and stand it on up back
in downward-facing dog. Bend the knees generously. Look forward. Inhale in. Exhale. Hop to the top. Or you can repeat the slow walk. Inhale. Flat back position. Exhale. Soften and bow. Inhale. Sweep the arms all the way up. And exhale. Hands to heart. Awesome. Stick with it. Soft knees. Inhale. Reach it up.
Move with your breath. Exhale. Forward fold. Inhale. Halfway lift, your version. Long, beautiful neck here. And then exhale. Take it down. Plant the palms. This time maybe
hop the feet back to plank. Inhale. Slowly lower
down. Upward dog or cobra. Exhale to down dog. Drop the left heel. Lift
the right leg up high. Inhale in. Exhale. Squeeze nose to knee. Connect to your strength. Then step the right
foot up into your lunge. Lower the left knee down. Inhale. Sweep the arms up and overhead. Crescent moon. Inhale. Draw the palms together. Exhale. Slowly taking
it over to your right. Nice twist here. Press the palms together. Try to draw your thumbs
over towards your heart. Your heart over towards your thumbs. So nice juicy twist here. Then huge transition
here. We got this though. Strong foundation as you
squeeze the inner thighs in. Curl the left toes under. See
if you can lift the back knee. Keep breathing. Nice length
through the neck and the crown. This is an option, so you can
always pass on the options, save it for another day, by keeping the back knee lowered. If it’s lifted, spike that left heel towards the back edge of your mat. Take one more deep breath in here. And exhale. Release everything. Awesome, guys. Plant the palms. Step the right toes back, and
move through your vinyasa. Move with your breath.
Listen to your body. And we’ll meet downward dog. Same thing on the other side. Drop the right heel. Inhale.
Lift the left leg up high. Exhale. Connect to your
strength. Nose to knee. And step the left foot
up. Lower the right knee. Crescent moon. As you inhale, reach the
fingertips forward, up, and back. Strong in the back leg. Inhale. Draw the palms together. Exhale. Take it over into your twist. Palms pressed together. We try to draw the heart to the thumbs, the thumbs to the heart. Big, big breaths here. Hold on to a focus drishti here as you curl the back toes under, and lift the back knee up high. Welcome that heat, that tapas,
that transformational energy. Take one more breath. And then exhale. Release back. Awesome. Plant the palms.
Step the left toes back. Move through your vinyasa. Great. From downward dog,
bend the knees generously. Look up. Walk, step, float,
jump, dance to the top. Inhale. Halfway lift, your version. Exhale. Soften and bow. Bend the knees. Inhale. Sweep the arms all the
way up and overhead. And exhale. Anjali mudra at the heart. Pause for a breath cycle or two here. Notice how you feel. You might take a sip of water here. You might wipe the sweat off your brow. Fix your, or maybe you’re
just here, (laughs) like a good yogi. Just kidding. We’re all good yogis. And here we go. Reconnect to your breath. Find soft knees, and inhale. Sweep the arms all the
way up and overhead. Exhale. Waterfall it down. Inhale. Halfway lift. Exhale. Bow. Step or hop it back to plank. Then slowly lower down. Inhale. Chaturanga to
upward-facing dog or cobra. Exhale. Downward-facing dog. Keep exploring through the
neck, the head, the shoulders. No yoga robots here. Drop the left heel. Lift
the right leg up high. Deep breath in. Exhale. Squeeze nose to knee. Connect to your core power, your strength. Then step the right foot up. Lower the back knee, once again. Crescent moon as we inhale. Reach it up. Exhale. Right into the twist. Maybe curl the back toes
under as you inhale. Lift it up. Big breath in here. Big breath out. Another big transition here. Draw your navel to your spine. Drop the fingertips down,
as you release the twist. Come to a nice, high lunge. Reach the fingertips up. Squeeze
the inner thighs together. Pull the right hip crease back. One more breath here. You got it. Then exhale. Bend the elbows. Rain it down. Hallelujah. Plant the palms. Take a vinyasa. Stick with it guys.
We’re almost done here. Moving with your breath. Moving right onto the other side. We’ll lift the left leg high. Right heel anchors down as you
breathe in. Three-legged dog. Exhale. Nose to knee. Rounding the spine. Then step the left foot up.
Lower the right knee down. Find your alignment. Slowly, reaching all the way up. So we don’t want it to
become frantic here, even though the tempo is swift. Exhale. Move into your twist. So, nice controlled movement,
is what I’m trying to say. Curl the toes under. Lift the back knee. Breathe in. Breathe out. Then squeeze the inner
thighs in the midline. Drop the fingertips down
to come up, and inhale. Rise up strong. Super
duper strong here. Woo! High lunge. Bend the right knee, so
you can tuck that pelvis underneath you, just like
we did earlier in mountain. Inhale. Full-body experience here. Exhale. Bend the elbows. Rain it down. Take a vinyasa. Plant the palms. Move with your breath. And then take a rest. Child’s pose. This time, knees together,
fingertips behind you. Rest your forehead on the earth. Take a quick break.
Shoulders rounding forward. Awesome. Press into the tops of the feet. Slowly roll it up. Maybe take a second here
to roll through the wrists, if that feels good. And then we’ll dive back
forward to all fours. Curl the toes under, and
send it up. Down dog. Drop the left heel. Lift
the right leg up high. Step it all the way up into your lunge. Find warrior one as you
pivot on the back foot. Reach the fingertips up high. Inhale in. Widen my stance. Exhale. Warrior two. Pull the pinkies back.
Inhale. Lift your heart. Then nice and slow, I’m
gonna bring the right elbow to the top of the right thigh. Drop the left fingertips down to come up, and we come into an
extended side angle here. So remember that extension
you had in your twist here. Lengthen. If you wanna release the fingertips down, maybe play with a nice, wide T-shape here in the arms, you can. Big, big breaths. Awesome. Then power through the legs. Come all the way back to your warrior two. Turn the right toes in, left toes out. Come to warrior one. Face
the back of your mat. Inhale. Reach it up. Full breaths here. Strong warrior. Inhale in. Exhale takes
you back to warrior two. Pull the pinkies back again. Lengthen through the crown of the head. And then on an exhale, tilting forward, finding an extended side
angle on this side here. Left elbow on the top of the left thigh. Careful not to collapse your weight here. So nice and long. Find that integrity, from
the crown of the head to the tip of the tailbone,
as you open up long. Pressing into the outer
edge of that right foot. Again, we can open up here,
here, here. Lots of variations. Yoga works! My energy is going here! So we’ll harness that power, the power of the energy with the breath. Wherever you are, take
one more breath here. Then strong through the legs,
come back to that warrior two. Then we’ll straighten the left leg, turn the left toes in, and
reach the arms all the way up. Maintain nice, flat back here. Hug the lower ribs in. Send it forward. Arms are gonna reach forward.
Tail is gonna reach back. Take your gaze off the
video for a moment here, and take it down. Tuck the chin into the chest. Strong here, building strength, guys. Plug in the shoulders. Pull them back. One more deep breath in here. Press it to the knife edge of the foot, the outer edges of the feet. And then gently release. Awesome. Wide-legged forward fold. Lots of options here. You can stay on the knuckles,
on the fingertips, the palms. To go deeper, we’ll walk the hands in line with the arches of the feet. You might not do this
today but another day. If you are able to walk the hands in line with the arches of the feet, keep that integrity with
the shoulder girdle. Hug the elbow in line with the side body, and see if you can maintain
a right angle here. Squeezing the arms together. Eventually, you might be able
to bring the crown of the head to the earth. And if headstand is in your practice, you know that this is a
great place to invert. Wherever you are, take one more nice, long,
smooth, deep breath. And then we’ll release. Slowly coming out. Drawing the palms
underneath the shoulders. And then we’re gonna find soft knees as we heel-toe, heel-toe the feet underneath the hips and lower the center on down. Awesome work, everyone. Take a second here to
maybe stretch the feet out. And then we’ll come to a nice yogic squat. Grounding our energy here. Pressing the elbows into the legs. Squeezing the legs into the elbows, as you lift sternum to thumb. Press in to all four corners of the feet. And whenever I come into this shape, I just… can’t help but think of just… my roots. I know it sounds cheesy, and now I’m putting it on the internet. But it seems like a pose where
you connect to your roots. Literally, right? There are cultures that eat in this shape, give birth in this shape. Lots of other things in this shape, right? So we just get low. We get so used to sitting on
the toilet, sitting in chairs, these robotic things. Really breathe into the
outer edges of the hips. Lengthen through the crown of the head. Close your eyes. Make sure
you’re not clenching your jaw. And inhale lots of love in. Exhale lots of love out. And interlace the fingertips.
Stick with me, ya’ll. Press the palms forward and out. Press into the outer edges of the feet. So there’s a tendency the knees are gonna want to come in here. Squeezing, pressing the legs out. Drawing the tailbone down. Finding length through the
heart and the crown of the head. Lots of hard work here.
Full body integration. Draw the shoulders away from the ears. One more deep breath in. Lean back into it. And then exhale. Release everything. Awesome. Use your hands to
guide you onto your back. Take a second to extend
your legs out long, stretching through the fronts
of the hip creases here. So we’ve compressed them, and
now we’re stretching them. And then when you’re ready,
scoop the tailbone up, and we’ll hug the knees. In towards the chest. Give
yourself a little hug here. Rock gently, side to side. Cool. Then we’ll release the soles of the feet to the ground. Knees are gonna still point
up towards the sky here. I’m gonna scoot my tailbone under so that my lower back
becomes super yummy flush with the mat. Interlace the fingertips.
Bring them behind the head. Keep the elbows super wide here. You can extend the thumbs,
create a little hammock, a little comfort zone for your neck here. Sometimes it’s nice to even
give yourself a little massage. Great. Moving with the breath, just like we did in the vinyasa. Notice that the lower back
has started to come up here? Scoot the tailbone up. Nail
the navel to the spine. Here we go. Inhale in. Exhale. Keep the gaze up towards the sky. As you lift your heart. Elbows stay nice and wide. Again, gaze is staying up,
maybe even slightly back. Avoid this crunch here. Hover here. Squeeze the
knees together energetically. Press into all four corners of the feet. Elbows extending left to right. And then slowly release down. Awesome. Inhale in again here. Navel to spine. Exhale, lift. Inhale, lower. Exhale, lift. Keep it going. Hug the lower ribs in. Navel down towards the spine. Tailbone up towards the sky. So super flush on the lower back body. So we’re really finding
this awesome compression in the abdominal wall,
without crunching the neck. Careful not to rush it. Keep it nice and slow, in
control with your breath. Inhale, lower. Exhale, lift. Gaze is up and back. Chin is lifting up towards the sky. We’re gonna do five more. Two more. And last one. Awesome. Gently release. Take the hands to the belly. Give yourself a little pet here. And we’ll open the knees out wide for a nice, restorative posture to end. Here we go supta baddha konasana. Tailbone now lengthens toward
the front edge of the mat. We let gravity do the work here. Take a second to breathe in deeply here, and let the arms rest
gently at your sides. Letting it all go. Ride this wave for as
long as time allows here. So you may stay here for two minutes. Five minutes. Maybe you slide the legs out long for a more traditional savasana. Or I invite you to ask yourself what else you might need here. This is where the true yoga
comes from, I feel like, where we really unite. So if you’re feeling like you
could go for a supine twist, maybe you come here. Maybe you take a bridge
pose or a nice back bend. If you’re new to the practice, you can comb through the
“Foundations of Yoga” videos that we have, to expand your tool belt, so that you can really
play in this moment, asking yourself, “What do I need?” and “How am I going to listen to my body and take care of that?” So I have lots of options here. I’m gonna stop telling you what to do and just suggest that you ask yourself, “What do I need and what am I going to do to fulfill that in the body?” Maybe it’s a happy baby pose. Maybe it’s just rolling
around on the ground with your dog or your cat
or your child. (laughs) Maybe you’re practicing
with a loved one right now, and you can grab their hand. That’s always sweet. And if you don’t have one, don’t worry. Maybe bring your hands into a nice mudra, index finger to thumb. So I’m gonna stop talking here,
and just bid you a farewell, by saying namaste. Beautiful practice. Don’t decide where it ends. Take your yoga up off the mat
and into the rest of your day. Take care. (rhythmic guitar music)

100 Comments

  1. Fabulous thank you ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

  2. Returning and enjoying this sweet strong practice!Thank you!Take care fellow yogies!

  3. thank you, adriene

  4. I felt so connected to this session on a mind, spirit, and body level today. Thank you for your gift Adriene. Namaste.

  5. Why are you breathing out your mouth? You breathe your nose in yoga in almost every practice.

  6. Your yoga pants are very exciting! Rad class, thanks for your work. Peace, love and stretchys

  7. SO GOOD.

  8. Thank u Kayden Angel

  9. Kicked my butt! Awesome video!

  10. I came up with an energize body and confidence that am healthy … with all those cleansing breath and body movements!!! thank you Adriene YOU'RE THE ONE BEST YOGA TEACHER!

  11. You look really cute in this video!

  12. I'm so thankful for your great work on your videos!
    I just did my Yoga practice at a beautiful outdoor seating!
    Flow is just what I needed, Thanks a Million!!!

  13. Woke up early to have time to do this practice but I'm too tired I feel like I can't do it all, my hands won't bear my weight today ! And I can't breathe properly.. Been doing one practice a day for a full week after a whole year without sports and it's TOUGH. However, thanks Adriene, I hope to keep practicing with you for a long time because BEST YOGA TEACHER OF THE INTERNET !!

  14. Adrienne, can you help me find your videos that focus on very slow flow practice? I can't keep up with the faster flows like in this video. Thankyou, Anne.

  15. Hi Adrienne,
    I have been practising with you recently. Started going to yoga classes a few weeks back. Donโ€™t know how I managed without it! I love it so much. I find your sessions a really great way to practice at home. Thank you ๐Ÿ’•

  16. Thank you so much Adriene. I felt so good at the end of this that I cried a little! Taking my yoga with me into the rest of my day. โค๏ธ

  17. love this video. it's my go-to when i just need a short but sweet flow <3

  18. My arms hurt a lot . I think im doing it wrong

  19. she is so good, just wish she talks less, focuses more on the pose. that is easier to follow and less distracted

  20. i lived with self hatred,confusion and self destructive tendencies for years without realising any of it.The turning point for me started with this video,i'm not even kidding :)) what am i supposed to sat for that?thank you doesn't really seem to be enough…

  21. This was so lovely as you are <3

  22. hi Adriene thank you so much for these!! your yoga workouts give me so much energy and love:)) for some reason i couldn't stable my heel on the ground in the yoga squat, do you have any advice to eventually flatten my whole feet on the ground?:))

  23. My first yoga video and practice at home. I loved it thank you Adrienne โค๏ธ my aim is to do one everyday or every 2 days, wish me luck to keep it up ! I just want to get some me time that works and loves the body, I think I finally found something that speaks to me!

  24. Lovely practice as always. You have a very pleasant voice ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผโค๏ธ

  25. Beautiful practice. Thank you so much.

  26. Thanks to you Adriene I able to do yoga daily. I cant afford my local studios and having your videos at my finger tips is life saving. My back is slowly starting to feel better and better. My whole body feels good. Thank you so much. If you ever have a retreat I want to be the first one there!

  27. Fi

  28. I feel so good after practising it for the first time. I was feeling quite stressed. But now I'm feeling so fresh๐Ÿ’•Thanks dear ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

  29. Phew ๐Ÿ˜… that was fab thank you ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

  30. That was slightly easier ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ˜

  31. Thank you Adriene for this beautiful vinyasa yoga flow thatโ€™s full of love… and sweat ๐Ÿ˜… Namaste ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿปโœจ

  32. Thanks for the lovely sweat, you're beautiful.

  33. Love โค๏ธ video, exactly what I needed today to power through the rest of my day, thank you Adriene for always having our back through these awesome yoga videos

  34. definitely got me warmed up and raised my energy levels too, thx Adriene. B-)

  35. great job

  36. Thank you Adrienne, seriously thank you for putting your gift out there every day, I always come to you when I feel stuck energetically and I lose myself in your practices and then i leave feeling renewed and fresh. Namaste, I really want to thank you for helping me gain my own inner power. I love how I can find a routine for any problem I have. Again thank you for being of service in your best way ๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–๐Ÿ’–

  37. Wow. Another awesome workout! I got a good sweat with this one! โค๏ธ๐Ÿ˜…

  38. Namaste !! Beautiful practice , beautiful you and Beautiful me ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜˜

  39. Love this practice! I come back on a daily basis. There are days I wake very anxious and this one does the trick! Thank you Adriene!

  40. I always find myself coming back to this video! It always restores my mind and body! One of my all time faves! โค๏ธ

  41. NamastAdriene <3

  42. Day 8 – July, 2019 done! Wow todayโ€™s practice got me all sweaty, I have no regrets though haha! I almost gave up during yogic squat but I pushed through and I do feel more flexible and strong as I practice everyday. Thank you Adriene! โ™ฅ๏ธ Lots of love in and lots of love out !

  43. Love flow thank you

  44. I absolutely loved the flow and feeling of this practice! This month's calendar (July 2019 – POWER) has been tough for me as a relative newbie, but these 40 minutes made me feel strong and capable. Today's my 99th day of yoga in a row, all thanks to YWA. Can't wait to celebrate my 100th tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!!

  45. Recovering from two compressed nerves and am scheduled for an epidural injection. Obviously, Power is not a priority at the moment so I'm sticking to gentler routines.

  46. Day 8 sorted! Did this after some weight bench reps… totally helped to balance my flow and calm the muscles. It seems to have got about 20 degrees hotter in my apartment though!!

  47. This practice for Day 9 of POWER is just over my half hour but so glad I did. Proud senior yogi kept up this time. I Ujjayied my way all through and I enjoyed it more. I felt the heat building and there were some lovely transitions kind and slow, increasing strength, SO good for me. Adriene itโ€™s such a Feel Good factor, I love it. You are giving me my mojo back after a tough couple of weeks, sending love ๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿผโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿปโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’ž

  48. not gonna lie, had to pause the video and grab a muesli bar to keep my energy levels up because I was struggling at the 20-minute mark. But I returned to the video as soon as I devoured the lovely chocolate bar and boy am I glad I did. feels so good first thing in the morning ๐Ÿ™‚

  49. The gentle and slower transitions worked totally for me. Almost no sweat and I feel so much stronger and full of peace. Day 8 in the pocket! Yayyyyy!

  50. Like if you're a "good yogi" ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿง˜๐Ÿฝโ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

  51. I actually got up early before work to do this practice this morning. Iโ€™m not a morning person but Iโ€™ve been up for 2 1/2 hours already and havenโ€™t even touched my coffee yet. Thank Adriene for helping me find what feels good in a healthy and balanced way.

  52. Love love love is all we have have a blessed day

  53. After a year of practice and following yoga with adriene, im so proud of myself that I can now do headstand on my own. I feel so strong and fearless doing it. Namaste๐Ÿ™

  54. I am love, I am blissful, and I am sweating ๐Ÿ˜… Thank you so much Adriene for this love yoga flow ๐Ÿ’— Namaste ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿปโœจ

  55. This was beautiful, it was lovely, I'm also doing the Yoga for All videos, so this Love Yoga flow went really well after the befriend practice, sending you lots of love โ™ฅ๏ธ Thank you for everything ๐Ÿ™

  56. Yogic squat is a killa! As is lifting the back leg while doing that crescent into a twist. Just doing a little bit more than yesterday! Day 9 on the mat ๐Ÿค™

  57. POWER day 9

    Nice lovely twists and attention to the foundation of every pose, todayโ€™s practice is surely a powerful one.

    Namaste.

    #ywaPOWER #FWFG

  58. Challenging but doable. Thanks Adriene.

  59. Yup had to drag my butt to the mat today but this practice did not disappoint it was both energetic and gentle at the same time , loved it , i did get a little frustrated coming to the end of the practice but those little breaks helped to keep it together so thank u for a wonderful, strengthening practice, not just physically but mentally too, love yuh and Namaste Everyone ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’ž๐Ÿ’“๐Ÿ’—๐Ÿ’–โค๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ™

  60. Loved, loved, loved today's practice ๐Ÿ™‚ I started my yoga journey about 3 months ago and have been following the July calendar and I noticed today that I am much stronger than before! Thanks, Adriene, for the blessing of these free videos.

  61. Wow i feel awesome ๐Ÿ˜Š i needed that,its been a crazy wild day with my 2 kids thanks๐Ÿ’—

  62. Namaste ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ๐ŸŒŸ

  63. Yesterday I had only four hours of sleep. I was crying and super stressed. After doing this I am feeling much better than before. Thanks Adriene. Namaste ๐Ÿ™

  64. Dynamic and sweaty, love it x

  65. You killed me today๐Ÿ˜‚ Much love. Thank you. Namaste.

  66. Lovedd this practice <3

  67. Loved every challenging second today…geesh that extended yogi squat almost took me over, but I enjoyed every second.๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’ช

  68. In my 'yogic squat' I'm either A) shoulders back, heart open, heels way off the floor, or B) heels on the floor, curved round, almost on my bottom! Am I better starting in A) and lowering the heels over time? Or stay in B) with heels down and learn to open up over time? x

  69. Okay, had to haul my arse to this one and really stick with it as I was traumatised from the first time ๐Ÿ˜‚ But, surprise! This video was not as hard as before and took a break at 20 minutes when Adriene was taking a break! ๐ŸŽ‰ (it was much earlier before).

    Didnโ€™t do some vinyasas and opted to stay in plank.

    Yoga is the only exercise I can do and more importantly, want to be good at – I want to do crow and peacock some day.

    Thank you so much Adriene for putting these online for free โ™ฅ๏ธ

  70. Namaste Adriene ๐Ÿ™‚

  71. Iโ€™m new to yoga but itโ€™s slowly becoming one of the things I look forward to during my day. My husband noticed how much I started loving to practice and surprised me with a very colorful and beautiful yoga mat, my first โค๏ธ

  72. Namaste ๐Ÿ™‚

  73. Another yummy session. Thank you ๐Ÿ’œ

  74. Wow, thank you, Adriene! This was hard core, but most enjoyable and satisfying as usual. ๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ

  75. Day 189๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿพ lovely practice

  76. You should have Judith Light on to do a practice. Sheโ€™s been doing yoga for years and looking great at 70.

  77. ๐ŸŒน

  78. Feelin so lazy today for doing yoga, but glad that i made it! Thanks, Adriene! Hope you have a great day ahead, lots love from Indonesia, namaste.

  79. thankyou always! lots of love

  80. Did this outside and at the end at shavasana I was watching the clouds move and change. So peaceful and meditative…don't think I have just watched clouds moved since I was a kid. โค

  81. thank you <3

  82. I want to thank you so much ๐ŸŒน for all the help๐Ÿง˜โ€โ™€๏ธ๐Ÿ˜† Adriene YoU to Benji๐Ÿ‘ God bless dear father God blessed me as well๐Ÿ™๐ŸพLove always

  83. Eisai telia ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŒŸ๐Ÿ‘Œ

  84. Every day for the past couple of months i do one or two of your videos and Iโ€™ve noticed such a positive change! I feel more at peace with myself, more relaxed, and all around like a more positive person! Not only do i notice my lifestyle changing but my physical body is so much stronger!!! When i started your videos i used to dread going into plank and Iโ€™d immediately go to my knees, now I do it with ease along with other poses i once thought were challenging! Thank you Adriene for being a little piece of my day every day and for making my life better because of it!!โ˜บ๏ธ

  85. Ur so right. When u said feeling your roots. I saw people washing laundry in that pose for hours! And I canโ€™t hold it for few minutes. Wow!

  86. Awesome class!! Love this!! Felt sooo heavy and relaxed at the end!!! โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

  87. I love Adriene. You feel like a shining light calling me home at the edge of a dark forest. ๐Ÿ™‚ <3

  88. It was not easy but I ve survived!kisses from Croatia๐Ÿ˜ƒ

  89. I love you and your yoga ๐Ÿง˜โ€โ™€๏ธ namaste ๐Ÿ™

  90. New favorite motto: "who said a workout has to be harsh and unloving?" Amennnnnn Adriene. This has to be like my 75th time thoroughly enjoying this practice so I think it deserves a thank you! What a perfect flow ๐Ÿ™‚

  91. Revisited this practice on my bday and it gave me some much needed "Self Love"…maybe a new "Find What Feels Good" video honoring our birthdays could be in the future?

  92. I love ur yoga poses and it was so relaxing thanks and nameste

  93. Thanks for another awesome video!! ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ™

  94. Thank you Adriene๐Ÿ’–
    You lessons getting me on the mat and into my life full of energy and so much love. I always feel connected to your pure intention for people. You are absolutely amazing

  95. I love you so much it was a great yellow class I wish that I had a hand to hold. Knocking on Heaven's Door dear father God.

  96. Well, this was a bit hard, but also a lot of fun, specially considering that I kept loosing my balance during the twists and had a good laugh with it. Still, I did notice that I was getting better at it during the practice, which was really cool. Love your leggings, btw <3

  97. Does weight loss yoga exercise really helps on losing weight? Thank you

  98. I sometimes dread the weight loss series but Iโ€™m always happy I got through it feelin great. Thanks again A

  99. Any other girls have a big bust problem? I find that when I'm transitioning from downward dog to lunge, it interrupts the flow and I can't follow my breath because my knee hits my boobs and it stops the flow for a few seconds. Anyone have any tips on a different transition for that, that keeps the flow going?

  100. Thank you for this morning- you are a marvel Adriene – yes a yoga super hero!

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