TRUE – Day 25 – BE AWARE | Yoga With Adriene

, , 100 Comments


– What’s up everyone
and welcome to TRUE, your 30 Day Yoga Journey. It’s day 25. Be aware! (uplifting music) Alrighty my friends,
let’s begin today in Extended Child’s Pose. Welcome back,
take the knees nice and wide, and when you’re ready,
go ahead and crawl the fingers out towards the
front edge of your mat and begin to sink your
heart down towards the earth, forehead might kiss the ground. And we’ll start to gently
open up through the shoulders and the chest. Really reach the sits bones
back towards the heels. And start to deepen your breath. Now, today’s practice, be aware. Awareness is a practice. It’s a ongoing practice that we must
continue to cultivate. Choose one thing
for today’s practice, just think of it quietly
here in your Child’s Pose, that you’d like to cultivate
more awareness around. Maybe it’s something
really specific in your asana. Maybe it’s awareness of breath. Maybe it’s a deeper
awareness and understanding of how valuable this time is. Maybe it was really hard for
you to get to the mat today. Moving with awareness of breath. With that charisma, that
energy that’s unique to you. Okay, on your next inhale,
slowly begin to look forward and exhale all the
way to Tabletop Position. Awareness of the spine as you
press away from the yoga mat, and just notice places
where you could be collapsed. Lift your front body
up to meet your back body. And today, really
check in with the neck. Is it kind of hanging low
or can you extend awareness out through the crown, creating length in the neck. And then imagine this
light rope, right, plugs in, and you just light this line
from the crown of the head to the tip of the tailbone. Take a deep breath in. And a long breath out. Then curl the toes under,
take a deep breath in. Again, press away
from your yoga mat. And then on an
exhale, lift the knees and let them hover
here in Hovering Table. We begin to create a little
bit more energy in the body, maybe shaking a little bit
here as you tug the hands back and tug the toes forward. We’re here for five, four,
three, press away from the yoga mat, two,
and lower on the one. Inhale, press into the tops
of the feet, open the chest. Cow Pose. And then exhale,
rounding through, chin to chest, really press away from the
yoga mat, feel that stretch. Inhale, drop your utters. Be aware of your utters as you drop the belly down in Cow Pose. And then on an exhale,
round through, stretch. Great, inhale, come
to a nice neutral spine. Drop the elbows
where the hands are and we’re gonna
walk the knees back, but send your tail
up towards the sky. Heart to Earth Pose
or Puppy Posture. Inhale in here. Exhale, lots of awareness
in all of the fingerprints. Take one more deep breath. And exhale, carve a line with
the nose to look forward. Shift forward. You’re gonna come all the
way through onto the belly. Press into the
tops of the feet here. Press into the pubic bone. Tuck the chin and slowly open up through the chest, Sphinx Pose. Inhale. Exhale, draw a line with your
nose past your left shoulder. Press into your right elbow. And then bring
it back to center. And then draw a
line with your nose past your right shoulder. Press into your left elbow. Nice, then we’ll
bring it back to center. You can interlace
the fingertips here, curl the toes under,
yep, you guessed it, inhale, exhale,
contract, navel to spine. Lift up, Forearm Plank. Reach the heels towards
the back edge of your mat. Reach the crown
towards the front. One nice, long piece
from the crown to the tail. So much awareness in the spine. Press away from your yoga mat. Lift your front body
up to meet your back body. Breathe in. And then breathe
out to lower the knees. Come up onto the hands. Awesome, when you’re
ready, curl the toes under and peel it on up
to Downward Facing Dog. Start to just deepen your
breath here a little more, stretch it out. Alright, from Downward Dog,
we’re gonna inhale, make it a three-legged dog as you lift the
right leg up high. Exhale, bring that
right foot all the way up into your lunge, and then slowly
lower onto your back knee. Bring the hands together,
press into your foundation. Inhale to lift up. Exhale, lots of
awareness from crown to tail. Pull your right hip crease back. Great, press into
the top of the back foot and inhale,
we sink the hips forward. Go a little deeper perhaps,
lifting the sternum. Chin up towards the sky. Beautiful, then nice and easy,
we’ll bring it back down. And from here, we’re gonna
pull the right hip crease back, find our stretch. Inhale, catch a
little wave in the spine. Look forward. And then exhale to release. Beautiful. Roll through that right foot. Big twist here left hand
comes to the earth. Inhale, back knee
can stay down as we reach high up towards the sky.
Big stretch. And then bring it back down. Gorgeous. Plant the palms. Curl the back toes under. Lift the back knee. Then you’re
gonna step it to Plank. Form here, come
onto the forearms. You can interlace the
fingertips or keep palms pressing into the earth. Now, find that
sits bone to heel connection. Reach the crown
of the head forward. Tail reaches towards the heels. Breathe here for
five, four, three, two. Lower to the knees. Come up onto the hands. And then peel your way up,
Downward Facing Dog. Pedal it out. From Downward Dog,
we’ll make it a three-leg dog. Inhale, lift the
left leg up high. Exhale, squeeze, shift forward,
step it up lightly. Lower the right knee. Bring the palms together. And then press into
your foundation to rise up. Find length
through the whole spine. Go through your checklist. Pull that left hip crease back. And then we’ll press
into the top of the back foot and maybe go a little
deeper, lifting the heart. Inhale. Lift the chin. And exhale, gently
release with control. Right hand comes to the earth. Back knee stays down. And inhale, nice and easy,
just find expansion here as you reach up towards the sky. And then exhale, bring
it back down to your lunge. Great, take your center back. Straighten the front leg. And then we’ll
catch a little wave here. Inhale, open the chest,
look forward. And exhale to soften and bow. Breathing deep. Great, then we’ll
slowly come forward. Lift the back knee. And then here we go,
plant the palms, step it back to Plank. Then slowly
lower to the forearms. And then slowly
press up to Plank. What? Slowly lower to forearms. Hold onto your focus, and then
press up to Plank, last time. Forearms, and Plank. Downward Facing Dog. You killed that. Way to keep a
sense of humor, too. It’s all good, inhale in. Exhale out. Inhale in. Big breath out. Bend the knees. Inhale to look forward. And exhale to make
your way to the top. Inhale, halfway lift,
your version. And exhale to soften and bow. Bend the knees, tuck the chin,
nice and slow, roll it up. Alright, when you
arrive in Mountain today, take a moment to of course
reconnect with your breath. But also take a
moment to really ask yourself what do you need? Do you need to do all the
things that you always need or can you just be still? And if you need
to take these things, I always say, “Take what you
need, leave what you don’t.” Just notice. Just wanna have more
awareness of all these extra movements we’re taking. Awesome. And when you’re ready, inhale, reach for the sky, here we go. Interlace the fingertips. Index fingers
pointing up towards the sky. Pull your thumbs
back in space a bit. And then dial a little
energy in towards your center. So hug the lower ribs in. And just connect to
your center, you got it. And then from there, we’re
gonna take it over to the left, bump the hips to
the right, big stretch. And then inhale, reach up. And bump the hips to the left. Tip over to
the right, big stretch. Inhale, reach up,
back to center. And exhale to release and
bring it all the way down. Now, from here, check it out. Fingertips come to the earth. You’re gonna bend your knees and you’re gonna round
forward into a little ball. So you’ve been
doin’ a lot of great work. We’re gonna stretch
through the lower back. Draw your chin in
towards your chest, nose in towards your knees,
and pause here and breathe. Notice if there are
places where you’re kinda holding tension,
soften and relax. Become more
aware with each breath of this line of the spine. And then dropping
through the heels, we’ll lift the hips up high. Straighten through the legs. Forward Fold. Inhale lifts you up halfway. And exhale to soften and bow. Inhale to reach for the sky. And exhale, release,
hands at your sides. Hands at your sides. Take what you need here,
leave what you don’t. And then keep your
chin up and your gaze out. And without looking down. A lotta you are
gonna wanna look down. ‘Cause it happens all the time
and I speak from experience. But without looking down,
see if you can bring your feet together, really together. That brings this
kind of magic to it. And you have an awareness of
where the earth is down below, so you don’t really need
to look anyway, you got it. Unless you’re practicing this
video on a hillside cliff or something, then you should
be careful of your terrain. Alright, and from here,
you’re gonna shift the weight to the right foot. And you’re gonna
peel the left heel up. And from here, we’re just
gonna slide the left toes back so you come into a nice lunge. Then you’re gonna
pivot on the back foot, draw the hands
together like Warrior I. Inhale in. Exhale, straighten
through that front leg. Then inhale in again. And exhale, send the hips back. You’re gonna start to
drape over, nice, flat back coming into our Pyramid Pose. So, fingertips will
come down eventually, or maybe to two blocks. You might need to step
your foot in just a bit, but we’ve been
practicing with the heel up. We’re gonna come to
the full posture today by bringing the heel down. Left toes point towards the
front, left corner of your mat, right toes point forward. Now we’re gonna draw energy
up from the right hip crease. So, go ahead and
bring your right thumb to your right hip crease,
pull it back if that helps just to feel that sensation. And then fingertips on the mat. Palms can come together
if you want a little more in the core, if you’ve
been in this shape before. Or reverse namaste,
or clasping the elbows behind, is also an option. Breathing deep. Ramping up the breath here. Lengthening from crown to tail. The neck is involved here. Lots of length. Gorgeous focus. Then everyone, release
the fingertips to the ground. As you bend your front
knee, you’re gonna lift your back foot up and you’re
gonna bend your back knee and just hug it in. Hug it all the way in. Bend your right knee. Everything hugs in. And then we’ll extend it out
long to a nice, low lunge. Inhale to look forward. Exhale to plant the palms. Inhale to
shift forward, look forward. Exhale to the belly. Inhale for Cobra. Nice work, and then
exhale, down you go. Inhale to all fours
or Plank Pose. And then exhale
to your Downward Dog. Inhale in here. And exhale, let everything go. Inhale. With a nice focus, look forward. Exhale to make
your way to the top. Inhale, halfway lift,
find length. Exhale to soften and fold. Inhale to reach for the sky. And exhale, fingertips
gently down at your side. Close your eyes,
observe your breath here. Take what you need. Leave what you don’t. Alright, and after
you’ve taken a moment to just simply notice, you’re
gonna bring your feet together without looking down
and slowly shift your weight to your left foot now. Peel the right heel up. Connect to your
center here, you got it. And then slowly we’re
gonna slide the right toes all the way back. Come into a nice lunge
here, front knee is bent. And then you’re gonna
pivot on the back foot. Great, draw the hands
together at your heart, inhale. Exhale,
straighten the front leg. And here we go, you can think
about lifting the lower belly up and in as you slowly
send your heart forward. So we’re keeping this
connection of front body rising up to meet the
back body, that sensation. And here we go,
we’ll find our Pyramid Pose on the other side. Maybe it’s here. Working to get
that back foot down. Maybe it’s here. This is a pose that
most people run away from. So, good one to practice
building full body awareness, breath awareness, being patient. And then once you feel like
you’ve found your foundation, you can play around with
what you do with the hands. So palms can stay together
here, elbows left to right. We can go
reverse namaste or clasp the elbows, opposite elbows. Breathing deep. Neck is nice and long. Left hip crease is
pulling up and back so that left
femur’s really hugging in. You got it, couple more breaths. Lean in. And then if your
fingers are not on the ground, go ahead and bring ’em down. We’ll bend that front knee. We’ll lift the back heel up. And we’re gonna go
ahead and lift the right toes. And then bend the
right knee, hug it in. And as you do that,
bend your standing leg and we’re gonna
hug everything in. Squeeze, look forward. Beautiful, then shoot
the right toes back out. Come to your nice, low lunge. Nice work,
inhale, open the chest. Exhale, plant the palms. Step it back. Slowly look forward. Inhale, shift forward. And then lower all the way to
the belly as you breathe out. Inhale, Cobra or Up Dog. And exhale to release. Inhale to Plank. Exhale to Downward Facing Dog. Awesome work, deep breath in. Long breath out. Great, from here,
stay where you are or slowly lower onto the elbows. If that’s in your practice,
come to Dolphin. Beautiful, everyone, inner
thighs are rotating in and out towards the back
edge of your mat. If you’re working on
maybe taking the feet up in this posture, you can
start not by taking the feet up today, but by
sending your gaze forward, drawing the shoulders
away from the ears. So lots of awareness here. And then eventually
you’ll walk it up. ‘Kay, if you’re in Downward Dog,
take one more breath. If you’re in Dolphin,
take one more breath. And then on your exhale,
slowly lower everything down, knees together,
send the hips back. Drag the fingertips all the
way back towards your toes and then melt your
forehead down, Child’s Pose. Take a deep breath in. And exhale to empty it out. Soft fingertips here. Soften through
the skin of the face. Relax through your jaw. Considering the body
as one moving part. Gently draw a line with
your nose to look forward. We’ll bring the hands back up. Take a deep breath in. Full body awareness
in this transition. Again, one moving part,
not a bunch of disjointed parts as you come all the way through. Then we’re gonna come
all the way to the back here. And when you land,
we’ll cross the right ankle over the top of the left thigh
for a little Reclined Pigeon. So you’ll thread the needle here and slowly squeeze the
legs up towards your chest. Imagine you’re
pressing your left foot in to an imaginary wall there,
so it’s not just hanging here, but the shin is
parallel to the ceiling, and then scoop your
tailbone up, squeeze. If you want, you can
straighten that leg actually if you’d like. You can also peel the
nose up towards the shin. Keep the toes alive and active and keep your breath full. It’s so good for the back. Nice, from here,
listen carefully, you’re gonna bring
the left foot down. You’re gonna
cross the right foot. Continue to cross
over kinda like we would if we were sitting in a desk. And then you’re gonna
shift your hips to the right. And then allow your legs
to slowly move to the left. And then turn
your gaze to look over your right fingertips,
right shoulder. Big stretch, inhale. Let the breath
move you here, exhale. Nice, come back to center. Unravel, and take
it to the other side. Left ankle crosses over. We thread the needle here,
Reclined One-Legged Pigeon. You can explore
some variations here for your final breaths here. And then when you’re ready,
right foot’ll come down. We’ll continue to
cross that left leg over. And then shift your
hips just a bit to the left and gently allow your
knees to fall to the right. And you’ll turn, just to look
past your left fingertips. Big breath in. Let the breath move
you here, long breath out. Good, then slowly
bring it back to center. You’ll send the legs out long. Inhale, reach the arms
all the way up and overhead. Nice full body stretch. And then exhale
to relax everything. Bring your hands down to
rest gently at your sides. Now, tuck your chin here. Get settled in. Any movement that you need,
go ahead and take it now, and then come into stillness. Close your eyes. And just notice how you feel. Get close to
whatever you’re feeling. Any sounds that you hear
around you, take it all in. And then starting at
the soles of the feet, you’re gonna
bring your awareness to the soles of your feet. And you’re just
gonna do a full body scan, whatever that means to you. Just scanning the body. Remembering
yesterday’s intention to be kind in your thoughts,
your vision of yourself, your relationship, your
conversation with yourself. And just slowly traveling up
from the soles of the feet all the way up
through the entire body. Move up past the
ankles and the shins. Then past the
knees and the thighs. Relax your glutes, sometimes
we hold there, as you travel up through the glutes
and the hips, the pelvis. And let your
breath be easy-breezy as you soften and move up
through the belly, the torso. Keep traveling up
through your heart center, your shoulders, arms, wrists, fingers, soft and relaxed. And then slowly up through your
beautiful neck, the throat. Relax your jaw as
you travel up through that third eye point. Soften through the forehead
and all the way to the crown. Give thanks for your body. For this time that
you’ve taken for yourself. Inhale lots of love in. Exhale, lots of love out. Nice work, everyone. Bring the palms together. If you’re feelin’
chill in Shavasana, you can stay there of course. I’ll see you tomorrow. I’m very much
looking forward to it. But for now, have an amazing
day or an amazing evening. Namaste. (uplifting music)

 

100 Responses

  1. Louise Bell

    March 25, 2018 10:22 pm

    I've LOVE LOVE LOVED every one of the many Adriene classes I've done, but found this one frustratingly fast-paced and instruction heavy to the point where I just about didn't remember/have a chance to breathe(!). But absolutely so grateful for you Adriene, you are a Goddess. So many hugs and kisses (and much gratitude!) from Australia. xxx

    Reply
  2. Chrissy Schebilski

    March 25, 2018 11:12 pm

    On Day 24 I went to a food & wine fest. It was difficult getting to the mat today. I’m glad I did though. I have had a ton of progress through this journey. For one, when I started I had a lot of lower back pain in Sphinx pose, but now that pain is gone. Also, I have been practicing yoga for over half of my life, but this is the first time I have done yoga consecutively for so many days & I feel amazing. I can’t wait to continue my daily practice even after True. THANK YOU ADRIENE

    Reply
  3. Christine Barnes

    March 27, 2018 3:07 am

    I felt so strong during pyramid pose!! Definitely one of the most challenging practices I've done, but su rewarding and I feel amazing!! Thanks, Adrienne <3 and thanks to the whole YWA community. Y'all are awesomeness.

    Reply
  4. jose antonio salinas vega

    March 27, 2018 1:20 pm

    After doing day 24 I felt really aware and kind with my body, I tried to accept as it is and do the asanas at my own, thanks for sharing, namaste.

    Reply
  5. Cindy Ramirez

    April 2, 2018 11:01 pm

    So relaxing 😌
    I’ve noticed that in all the poses where it’s knees/thighs to chest, I can’t breathe or it becomes very shallow and I feel like I’m choking. I feel like my chest gets in the way of being able to do those poses 😢

    Reply
  6. genericfirstname

    April 24, 2018 12:54 pm

    Today I feel strong. The first hover from all fours felt totally right, whereas it was a real struggle at the beginning of the 30 days. Thanks again!

    Reply
  7. hanover fist

    May 2, 2018 4:30 pm

    this flow felt SO #GREAT today! i missed yesterday again…same story..thought i would get it in but AM is really the #Sweet spot in time for me, right now. so i did Todays class today also….i feel so GOOD!! i am finally noticing more and more that i am not SOOOO stiff ALL the time. #REWARDS! I am being kinder…to me…to everyone…i look forward to #GROWING in this practice and see what comes through for me …it can only be good stuff!

    Reply
  8. Bryan Troxler

    May 2, 2018 6:45 pm

    Today's quote's…..so powerful.
    Googled to see if its attributed……all Google results link back to True Day 25/Day 25 Letter. Used it twice in meetings today and attributed it back to YWA.
    Thank you

    Reply
  9. Tricia Cawthon

    May 4, 2018 9:43 pm

    This what exactly what I needed. Literally had to drag myself to the mat today, and after this, I feel so grateful. Thanks, Adrienne!

    Reply
  10. Ana Clara Rodriguez

    May 23, 2018 12:36 am

    Hey Adriene, you mentioned inversion from dolphin, do yo have a practice for that? Thanks and love!

    Reply
  11. Jane

    June 8, 2018 10:03 am

    I want to be aware of my thoughts, be kinder to myself, learn to walk away and breathe. I am letting go of the negative! Take what I need and leave what you do not want!!! Yes!!! Thank you our Goddess Adriene!

    Reply
  12. Aleks Lexington

    June 29, 2018 11:21 am

    Aah I feel amazing! I had to pause the daily practice for a few days and only came back around a week ago. I've had trouble allowing myself to embrace the practice again and feel good but today is the day. I feel amazing, down dogs are becoming a resting pose, my generally unflexible legs are stretching further and further and I feel calmer. Taking on this journey has been a great decision.

    Reply
  13. Gill Smith

    July 24, 2018 7:22 am

    Back to lovely TRUE for day 24 of CENTER. Wow, this practice is everything I love about your yoga Adriene …. fun, challenging, stretchy, flexing, powerful, mindful and yummy. All of TRUE are the best. How can I return to repeat if I follow your calendars ? Anyway, this practice left me feeling tingly and satisfied, ready for my day. Bless you Adriene. See you tomorrow on the mat 🧘🏼‍♀️🧘🏻‍♀️🙏💞

    Reply
  14. frooshante

    July 30, 2018 8:31 pm

    my udders are so grateful for this chance to be noticed with love! thank you, lovely Adriene!

    Reply
  15. Erma Andrić

    August 9, 2018 2:49 pm

    Todays practice was so easy to do for me, than any practice before and when I started doing yoga with Adriene I also noticed my back pains left and I feel more at peace with myself. Namaste everyone.

    Reply
  16. Jennifer Bailey

    August 12, 2018 5:36 pm

    This was really the hardest day I've had on the mat. I guess I'm holding tension that I didn't even know about but stilling myself was a real challenge.

    Reply
  17. Madeline Prusmann

    August 13, 2018 6:00 am

    Today I was aware how tired I am but I still made it to the mat and gave it my all. Namaste xo

    Reply
  18. Kimberly Newsom

    August 26, 2018 3:16 am

    Day 25 – My legs still have a long ways to go in terms of flexibility (I swear I think I was given hamstrings that are too short for my legs lol), but I see a big difference in my child's pose from 25 days ago. Baby steps which is exactly how I like to do things. Thank you. Namaste.

    Reply
  19. Indigoivy

    August 26, 2018 8:01 pm

    Amazing as always . Im on a continuation from Revolution , so on day 56 now ! Feeling great and its never a chore to get to my mat…even if it is about 11pm in the evening sometimes 🙂 Thank you for your loveliness Adriene x

    Reply
  20. Camila Ferreira

    August 28, 2018 9:20 pm

    Hi Adriene!
    I started practicing yoga with your 30 days True….its day 25…its almost over…where do I go from here?

    Reply
  21. Denise

    September 11, 2018 8:44 pm

    I don't know what changed but the first time around I was such a mess I think I made it to day 19. This time around everything is just coming together and fits and it feels good, the practises fly by, I'm grateful for you Adriene

    Reply
  22. Noorahuda Alash

    September 21, 2018 3:50 pm

    another awesome practice! i really loved the body scan and being aware to the sounds around! thank you tons Adriene and namaste 💞

    Reply
  23. Leyla Engin

    October 8, 2018 10:23 am

    Wow did I need that! I need to come to terms with leaving my baby and going back to work soon and I feel that your yoga is the only thing that will get me through this difficult time. It's so addictive, so great for my body and mind. You are an angel on earth Adriene x

    Reply
  24. Jessea Solis

    November 14, 2018 2:53 pm

    Sooo delicious. I enjoy when we "scan" our bodies. Gives me time to thank each body part and show love to each one. My bodies flowing with good energy. Much 💙 to you all.

    Reply
  25. Dominique Noel

    November 25, 2018 6:10 pm

    If you're reading this and you've made it all the way to 25 days, GO YOU! I'm doing this in November 2018, a depressing month for many in Canada 🙂

    Reply
  26. hannah tattoo

    November 25, 2018 10:42 pm

    Must get myself a mat! I think this at the end of each video 😊

    Thank you for allowing me to be part of this. You are amazing.

    Reply
  27. Mary Blankenship

    December 5, 2018 2:46 am

    Not gonna lie, wasnt easy keeping up today. A couple of those flows were fast and a lot of my transitions are still pretty bumpy so i kept getting behind. But i did most of it. Overall, i liked today because I actually like pyramid better than a lot of other poses. I cant put my heels down for downward dog, but I can for pyramid.. lol. Would have rather had just quiet at the end instead of the guided tour up each part of my body but I didnt let it make me angry like it used to. Baby steps of progress, I guess.

    Reply
  28. Connor

    December 9, 2018 7:18 pm

    Had a really hard time getting to the mat today. Realized that I really needed this because my thoughts were not in the right place. I was getting down on myself for not being able to do certain things so I'm really glad I got on the mat today. I became aware of how my mind is working today and the fact that I need to change my thoughts to move forward in a positive way. Thank you!

    Reply
  29. cory mccormick

    January 10, 2019 6:26 pm

    According to my husband, this video helped awaken my Kundalini. I was lying there and when you said full body scan, it felt like a snake of energy crept through my entire body very slowly. And it tickled when it went past my butt lmao.

    Thank you so much for this journey Adriene. It’s been so amazing for me!

    Reply
  30. Anna Wilson Voiceover

    January 19, 2019 10:19 am

    I think I hold a lot of trauma in my body from childhood and I honestly feel this is the best thing I could be doing to release that, I shake like crazy still and still so unflexible but I feel myself becoming more still and connected within the practice and my balance has certainly improved! xx

    Reply
  31. unmana rynjah

    February 5, 2019 1:37 pm

    Hi Adrienne! I love your 30 day journeys as it makes it easier to follow rather than wondering about what type of poses to do every day. However, would you suggest that I complement these videos with some other exercises as I usually want to work out for an hour every day. Would love to hear from your audience too! Thank you!!

    Reply
  32. Arjen Sijtsma

    February 7, 2019 10:58 pm

    When I started this journey on day 1 I was a depressed man, no self love, addicted to drugs, no close relationships, no self love, my life was the same every day. Now on day 25… I'm a handsome muscled man, flexibel (like never before), my physical problems and dis-eases are gone. I'm strong, positief, energetic, I love my life now, I met very close friends and my future plans are bright and very hopeful. This is only a small part of the experience, so much things changed. I love Adriene with all my heart, she is my example and I have no words to thank her enough for what she did with me and my life. Thank you Adrien, there will come a day that I will thank you with abundance. I know I did it all myself, but you motivated me and you made this journey for me and a lot of other people. Probably you will change the future of the human race because you started the chain reaction. I'm Aryun and I live in the Netherlands.

    Reply
  33. Jenny Thorek

    March 2, 2019 10:05 pm

    That was a beautiful practice 😊 Thankyou for your time and energy and realism, you make me smile every time. Namaste🙏

    Reply
  34. Vee Hector

    April 14, 2019 6:03 pm

    Starting these videos is one of the best things I've done for my self love. I swear it feels like you're right here with me, everything you say is so in sync to what I'm going thru physically, mentally, and emotionally at that very moment. I love love love these practices. Our spirits match and I'm hooked..Thank you so much for sharing your time, your self, and your gift with us Adrienne💖 much love💫Namaste🍃

    Reply
  35. Rahul Malik

    May 5, 2019 3:39 am

    day 25 in books……love ya……it was satisfying…..it facilitate me doing my all day work…….i really love it…

    Reply
  36. Doe Savage

    May 13, 2019 4:00 pm

    Greetings Adriene 😊 self love 💖 Wishing you a blessed day!Today's mantra is ~Vratam Ahum ~ I am consciousness ~ Sending you love and gratitude Namaste 🙏💖

    Reply
  37. Adriana Montagna

    June 21, 2019 1:20 am

    Doubled up today… 24 and 25 in the books! Namaste young lady!🙏🏻♥️✌🏼💪🏼

    Reply
  38. mhelvad1

    August 18, 2019 11:29 pm

    This practice made me feel so grounded. So nice having Adriene as a constant in life guaranteed to make you feel warm and fuzzy 🙂

    Reply
  39. athira krishnan

    August 22, 2019 2:16 pm

    Thanks a lot Adriene… I'm so happy that I chose to do this whole session and that I am sticking with it… Thank you

    Reply
  40. Francesca Simonato

    August 23, 2019 9:41 pm

    I've spent a beautiful day with my family + I've studied for two hours and a half because I have an exam next Tuesday. It's 11:40pm and I'm tired, but I loved this practice. Namaste🙏🏻

    Reply
  41. Tessa Scott

    October 12, 2019 4:20 am

    Every time I think that I can’t hold a pose you say “we’re here for 5” and I know i can hold it for 5 more. Thank you for being aware of when we need a little boost. Grateful.

    Reply
  42. Nea

    October 17, 2019 4:41 pm

    I was too tired this morning, so I saved this practice for the evening. Just what I needed after a long day. Thank you A ❤️

    Reply
  43. Soraia Hus

    October 27, 2019 9:05 pm

    I could have stayed on my mat all the feeling of total relaxation a the end was amazing. Thank you dear Adriene.

    Reply
  44. Julie Thomas

    November 23, 2019 8:25 am

    I didn’t look down!! I loved the flow of today’s practice and how my body just went with it, can’t believe there’s only 5 days left! Thank you x

    Reply
  45. Libby Martin

    December 2, 2019 1:52 pm

    Didn't show up for three days. It was a difficult one to come back to, but I am so proud of myself for turning up again to complete it.

    Reply
  46. Hannah Gilbert

    January 17, 2020 2:25 am

    sending lots of love to you Adriene. I’ve been practicing with you for a little over a year now. I didn’t even break a sweat in this practice & im so proud. I’m becoming so strong in my body and mind. Doing a flow with you everyday has changed my life in so so many beneficial ways. I used to have extreme amounts of chronic pain that unintentionally leaked into my energy levels .. the amount of tension I have relieved in body and flexibility/flow I have gained through my movement and chakras is absolutely incredible. Yoga makes me so excited for change and growth everyday. You are such a beacon of light.

    Reply

Leave a Reply