Yoga For Migraines – Yoga With Adriene


– Hello my friends and
welcome to Yoga with Adriene. I’m Adriene and this is Benji. And I brought my blue
heeler to practice today ’cause we’re
gonna help you find some natural
healing for migraines. You’re gonna need a couple
items today if you have them. If you don’t have
them, it’s A-okay, we’ll just work with
the body and the breath. We have everything
we need right here, but if you’d like,
you can grab a towel or a bandana to cover the eyes. If you have a little
peppermint oil or lavender oil. I have a little
spray here of a mixture. You can bring that with you. Again, if you don’t
have it, that’s okay. Maybe next time. If you have a pillow, I literally grabbed
the pillow off my bed. You can grab that,
put a couch pillow or a folded up towel
or blanket will work. And then I’d like you to also
bring a small glass of water, a cup of water, a sip
of water if you have it. If you don’t have any of
these things, that’s A-okay. But if you have
any of these things, go ahead and pause the
video or in this little intro, you can grab those
things and then we’re gonna just hunker down old school
style and tend to it, alright? Benji, you ready? That’s a yes. Lets get started. (upbeat music) Alright, my sweet friend. Here we go. We’re gonna take
care of this together. If you haven’t already, make sure the light
in your room is soft. You can dim this
screen if it’s on the computer or phone or tablet. If it’s on the television,
know that I’m gonna use my voice to guide you, so
that you can keep a soft gaze or your eyes even closed for
the majority of this practice. We’re gonna work
through this together. I’m so sorry
you have a headache. We’re gonna take
care of this proper. First things first is getting
your mind in the right place to believe that
the natural remedies and the power of the breath
can help shift a migraine. I believe in it immensely
and I believe in the power of just balancing the
energy of the body, you know, as a way of providing a lot
of healing for many things, so just open your mind. We’re just gonna come
into a nice, comfortable seat and just open your mind with a couple full breaths and just kind of come
into the present moment and chances are, I know when
I’ve experienced headaches, migraines, I tend to
clench in the forehead a lot so just see if you can soften,
and if you need to take your fingertips to the
head here, thumb, ring finger and then your two
fingertips to the forehead, do that as a way of
just helping yourself to soften, soften, soften. There’s a lot of
emotion that can come up when we are suffering,
when we’re in pain, when we’re frustrated, so I encourage you
to really just lean in. We have a sweet,
supportive practice to help you move through this
and it can be empowering to allow for proper release. Come out fresh
on the other side. Take one more quiet
breath wherever you are, just kind of
coming into the moment and noticing places where
you can soften a little bit. And then exhale, release. Okay, soft gaze here. This first one is not
a big, fancy yoga pose. You’re gonna grab your water
and we’re gonna lift it up. Cheers to healing
from the inside out. You don’t have
to chug your water, you can just take one big sip,
but take as much as you need. And when you’re done,
put your cup or your glass or your water bottle to the side and come to stillness once again in your nice, comfortable seat. You can close your eyes. We’re gonna start with some
alternative nostril breathing, so sit up nice and tall
and then as you’re ready you’re just gonna take your
thumb to your right nostril and breathe in
through your left nostril, so seal your right
nostril with your thumb. And after you breathe
in, seal your left nostril with your index
finger or your middle finger and then breathe out
through the right nostril so you’re just
alternating back and forth. And inhale, right nostril. Pause and seal at the top and exhale out
through the left nostril. Inhale through the left
nostril, close your eyes once you get the hang of it. Seal the left nostril and
exhale out through the right. Inhale, right nostril. Pause at the top,
exhale out through the left. Inhale through the left nostril. Pause, seal and switch. Exhale out through the right. Inhale through the right. Pause, seal, switch. Exhale through the left. Inhale through the left. Switch, exhale out the right. Inhale through the right. Switch, exhale out the left. And one more round. Inhale through the left. Switch, exhale out the right. Big inhale through the right. Switch, exhale out the left. Release your right arm,
close your eyes, return to a natural breath. Drop the chin to the chest,
keep the eyes closed. Keep lifting up nice
and tall through the spine and just feel a nice, passive
stretch in the back of the neck. Hands rest gently on the knees, or you can pull them back
to the tops of the thighs, bringing your
shoulder blades together. Let the brow bones
soften and grow heavy. Let your breath
rise and fall gently. With the hands on
the thighs or the knees, navel draws back and
we round forward even more trying to draw the
nose towards the navel, crown of the head
towards the earth, so you just take
it a little further, rounding through the spine. Then press your sit
bones into the earth, ground through your booty,
and roll up through the spine. As you stack head over
heart, heart over pelvis, slowly bring your soft
fingertips to your temples. Pull the temples back
towards the back of your head and then massage them forward, soft gentle movement, and
then back and then forward. Then back and then forward. Part the lips here,
soft in the jaw, back, stretch the creases of
the eye back, then forward, and back and forward. Awesome, release the fingertips, let them come down
gently at your side. You’ll press into the left hand and just draw the left
ear over the left shoulder and then reach the
right fingertips out. For more, you can
flex the right hand here, just find a little pressing
of the base of the palm. Should feel it in the right
side, the neck particularly, right behind the ear
here and the base of the head, the neck, the atlas area,
back of the head. And then switch,
right hand comes down nice and slow, slow, slow. Right hand comes
down to the earth, right ear over right shoulder, and then slowly lift
the left fingertips up. Keep it relaxed,
and if you want, you can bring the left
fingertips up towards the sky and I need you to
bring a nice, loving, healing full tender loving care breaths. In and out, in and out. Great, bring it back to center. Nice work. And then bring the
hands and flip them up and lift the chest,
lift your heart. Deep breath in. Long breath out
through the nose. Big breath in through the nose. Long breath out
through the nose. Wonderful. From here, we’re
gonna come onto all fours really nice and slow, and you can use
the pillow here or not but we’re gonna come onto
the knees, tabletop position. You can use the
pillow the under your knees or you can even bring
the pillow onto the head. We’re gonna drop the
elbows first where the hands go and tabletop, and then you’re
gonna curl the toes under for stability and we’re
actually gonna lift the hips and instead of going
back, heart to earth, we’re gonna go crown
of the head to earth, so draw your nose
towards your navel again, crown of the head
towards the earth. Variations. If the shoulders are tight,
bring the palms together. You can even interlace. To go a little deeper
you can walk the knees a little bit closer
towards the shoulders like we do in bunny
posture and if you wanna take a bunny posture you’ll
release the fingertips back one at a time to
interlace behind the thighs. We have a foundations
of yoga on bunny posture if you wanna check it out. We have lots of
different variations here, crown of the head on the
ground, not a lot of weight in the neck and the shoulders, but definitely a
little bit of pressure on the crown here on the earth. Breathe into the
back of the neck, the back of the head. That just means breathe
deep and send your awareness, your attention to
that part of the body. Lift the navel up,
stretch the lower back. As you lift the hips, have
lots of awareness in the hips lifting up, not collapsing down. And then from here,
nice and slow, connect to your
core or your center, just so you are not
collapsing into your joints, you’re gonna walk the
knees together, press the palms so reach the fingertips
out, press into the palms, inhale and exhale,
release back, Child’s Pose. Full Balasana,
knees together, feet together. As you’re ready, paint your
yoga mat with your palms slowly and send the
fingertips all the way back. Allow the
shoulders to round forward. Allow the forehead
to press into the earth. Pull heavy and
breathe softly, sweetly. Inhale in, exhale, turn
your nose towards the left, your right ear comes
towards the yoga mat. It doesn’t have to touch. And then pull your shoulders
back away from your ears here. If you want you can bring the
hands to the small of the back just resting one hand
gently on top of the other. Breathe deep, and then slowly
come through center, turn your nose towards the
right side of your yoga mat, left ear comes
towards the ground, maybe opposite palm comes on
top, and you breathe deep here. Pull the shoulders back. And then slowly
come back to center. Reach the fingertips
forward, come all the way, slowly back up,
Tabletop Position. Wonderful. Walk the knees
as wide as the yoga mat. Inhale, keep the
gaze of the head down, pull the shoulders back,
drop the belly. Breathe in, breathe out. Again, drop the belly
but gaze stays down today. Claw onto the fingertips. Breathe in, breathe out. One more time,
breathe in, breathe out. Right hand comes underneath
the bridge of the left arm. Right ear to the earth. Breathe in, breathe out. Breathe in, breathe out. Breathe in to
come back to center. Switch, left fingertips
go underneath the bridge of the right arm, left
ear comes to the ground. Breathe in, eyes closed here,
breathe out. Breathe in, breathe out. Breathe in, breathe out,
come back to center. Walk the knees up
towards the wrists. Curl the toes, sit back on
the heels, gaze straight down. Stretch the feet, tuck
the chin into the chest, broaden through
the back of the neck. Breathe in, breathe out. Connect to the
energy of the earth here. Heal with the breathe, inhale. Just feel the power of your
breath is all I’m trying to say. And breathe out. Fabulous. Lift the hips, cross the ankles where you can swing
the legs to one side and we’re gonna
come all the way through. Send the legs out long. Inhale, breathe in. Exhale, breathe out. Inhale, breathe in, exhale, slide the fingertips
down any amount. Tuck the chin into the chest,
round the head forward. You can bend your
knees generously here. Pashcimottanasana,
forward, forwards. Seated forward. Find extension, find length. And breathe in, and breathe out. Breathe in, and breathe out. You’re doing
great, beautiful work. Inhale in, come back up. Exhale, draw the heels together. Breathe in,
sit up nice and tall. Breathe out, bowing forward. Continue breathing in and breathe out. By now, hopefully
you’re really starting to get in a little rhythm regulating the breath. Create space in
the base of the neck. Gorgeous, just stick with it. It’s not an instant thing,
it’s a process. Tuck the chin into
the chest, roll it up. Be kind to yourself,
your thoughts matter. Dig your heels
out on your yoga mat, toes up towards the sky. Use your palms to
lift the bum and the hips and come all the way down. Your head is gonna
come onto your pillow so set yourself up for greatness and then you’re gonna
grab your makeshift eye pillow, your towel or your bandana,
dirty old sock. (laughs) Just kidding, choose a
clean sock if you have it. And then,
I brought a little mist that I like from Little Moon. I’m not getting paid for this,
but if you have a little oil or a mist you could pause the
video or maybe you’re all set and you have it with you, you can spray your
towel or your thing now. I’ll post a link to
these guys because I love them. Again, I’m just using this
because I actually like it. This is not an ad. Then I’m gonna take
this and I’m gonna bring it, you guessed it,
right to my eyes, right with the mist on top. I’m gonna guide
you with my voice here, so thank you for trusting me. You’re gonna bring the
feet as wide as your yoga mat, just to the edges. Knees are bent still. Feet are on the
ground, knees are bent. Allow the knees to
fall in towards the center. The belly softens. Soften through the groin,
soften through the pelvis, and bring your hands
right to your lower belly. Feel your feet
connect to the earth, your head
cradled by your pillow. Block out the light, start to
breathe in and out once again. Maybe smelling your peppermint
oil or your lavender oil. Rosemary, eucalyptus, also good. Relax through the hips. Just see if you can really relax
your tongue and your mouth. Keep the feet where
they are and keep the hips and the pelvis
and the belly soft. You’re just gonna
bring your hands in between your pillow and your head. Thumbs are gonna extend so they’re kind of
cradling the neck and then you’re gonna use your
thumbs to just gently press into the muscles of the
neck, the base of the head, and just give
yourself a little massage here. Hands go between
your pilla and your head and you’re just gonna use
your thumbs to gently massage the base of the head,
the muscles of the neck. Think about what you’re
communicating to your body here, what the union or
the yoga really is here of the mind and the
body and your breath. It’s saying it’s okay,
I’m here to process this. Move through it and move on. Take a couple more moments here to baby yourself
with this massage. Remember, you have
everything you need. And you’re gonna stay
here as long as time allows, releasing the hands
whenever you’re ready gently to your sides. You can keep the
feet where they are. You can open the knees wide
again for a Cobbler’s Pose or just extend
the legs out long. Snuggle your shoulder blades
underneath your heart space, and again, whatever time
allows for you to breathe here with the eyes closed. In the dark. Take what you need. If you have to transition,
you’re gonna do it really slowly by coming into
fetal position first, and then making
your way up as needed. Drink lots of water today. I’ll list some other tips and
supplements and some ideas I have for you for
regular daily practice to prevent migraines and
to help you with headaches. I’ll list that in
the video description. Take a deep breath in. Long breath out. Hopefully this
will get you started on moving through your healing process. Thank you for sharing your
time and your energy with me. Take good care. Namaste. (upbeat music)


100 Responses

  1. Rachael Boyse

    June 26, 2017 7:34 pm

    Hi Adriene just wanted to say thank you so much for creating this video. I have suffered with chronic migraines for years and have recently decided to come off my medication in favour of mindfulness practice. Your videos have me cope so much better with the migraines. I tried this particular video for the first time tonight and my symptoms have drastically reduced. Thank you x

  2. Lisa Merrifield

    December 15, 2018 8:03 pm

    Thank you so much doing this video. I had a proper awful painful migraine the other day…. was in so much pain at work. I really like your videos so i thought id give this a go before knocking my self out with my migraine tablet (which it does – sends me to sleep that is). Well i did your practice from start to finish and i seriously and genuinely say that your routine worked.THANK YOU. Cosy warm wishes, blessings, vibes, positive family time for you and yours this christmas time.

  3. Anja

    December 18, 2018 8:25 pm

    12:24 pose just made my migraine worse…not sure about others but if I move my head too much during migraine, especially upside down it feels like my brain is about to fall out.

  4. Grace Law

    January 7, 2019 7:31 pm

    It's very rainy after being lovely and sunny yesterday, and I have my period. No migraine (yet), but generally right now my nervous system is fighting me, so I'm going to try this and see if I feel better.

  5. Monica B

    January 15, 2019 12:30 am

    One of my fave! Suffering thru pcos , means hormonal migraine & headaches; thank you for this special class… love & light

  6. Ani.

    January 15, 2019 6:44 am

    My mom complained of a headache 30 minutes ago so I made her sit by me and follow your instruction for a few minutes. She (aaaaaalmost) finished the video and is very thankful. Thank you so much for every single one of your videos. You are a blessing. 💕🌹

  7. Franken Storm

    January 15, 2019 3:06 pm

    Love your videos so much! I get chronic debilitating migraines, and usually don't practice yoga during an attack. I was stoked to find this one as I assumed it would be gentle (it was) and would have no poses with the head below the heart (but it did…). Just for future reference, any poses that put your head below your heart when suffering from a migraine make the pain/pressure so much worse! I have asked my friends who suffer from migraines (and my neurologist) about it, as I wanted to make sure I wasn't alone in my body's reaction, and they all seemed to agree. Love love love your at home yoga vids, Adriene! I just thought I'd point out this one thing so perhaps you can offer alternative poses if you ever do another yoga for migraine video. I still do it, adjusting that pose and it's great xo

  8. Shabnam Shaikh

    January 21, 2019 11:38 pm

    Very helpful steps for migraines…i really feeling good and painless of headache…tkank you so much

  9. Kwamel Price

    January 24, 2019 10:17 pm

    Hey yo Adriene ! Rocky voice You're truly the best. I woke up this morning with CRAZY neck pain and behind my left eye this morning (probably had my durag on too tight last night lol) but a nice hot shower followed along with this video helped me get my migraine to go away. I appreciate you and every video you come out with. Im going to discipline myself to wake up early in the mornings and dedicate some time to yoga and meditation. Once again thank you! -Kwamel 🙂

  10. Catherine Gitlin

    January 25, 2019 3:00 am

    Hi Adriene I wanted to thank you im a senior in high school whos suffered from chronic headaches and migraines for 3 years and I'm also a band kid I knew about meditation and yoga helping with migraines and headaches but never actually thought it would work I tried it for the first time tonight as a suggestion from my best friend yesterday because ive been thinking about getting a daith piercing to maybe relieve some of the chronic headaches and migraines as a suggestion from my aunt who had chronic headaches and migraines and from my personal finance teacher whos sister got a daith piercing as well I just wanted to say thank you i had given up hope that anything would give me relief from these headaches and migraines but this did and now I have to tell my best friend he was right about something even though he doesnt sufger from chronic headaches and migraines so thank you so much for everything you do

  11. tripti singh

    February 7, 2019 9:10 pm

    I have unusual kind of migraine that occur only during weather changes. I tried this yoga for 3 days, twice a day daily and the headache is literally gone! I cannot thank u enough for making these videos, love, hugs and more power to u😘

  12. Melissa Neeb

    February 11, 2019 1:14 am

    Thank you for this video, Adriene! I do several of your yoga videos a week. Today I got a migraine and your video was my go-to. It drastically reduced my symptoms and I am grateful for you! Thank you!

  13. Richard Conroy

    February 13, 2019 9:49 pm

    🙏🏻 Adriene
    Coming to this video every time I have a headache or tired aching body- it works every time , I don’t need painkillers it’s magical
    Thank you for the practice and your channel xxx

  14. Nikki6

    February 17, 2019 2:36 am

    Oh my goodness, I can't thank you enough. My head was absolutely killing me and this relieved so much of the pain. You're a natural born healer.

  15. thewinterizzy

    February 24, 2019 8:02 pm

    This is SO relaxing. I went to sleep with a terrible headache and woke up still with it in place, so I thought some yoga might help and I'm happy to report I feel a little bit better. Definitely gunna go take a hot shower with some oils and hopefully kick this headache outta sight!

  16. Animagus Eats - Paroma Bhattacharya

    February 25, 2019 9:30 am

    Thank you Adrienne/Benji for this wonderful video!✨I’ve had migraines for over a decade, but I’ve never tried yoga. Woke up with a headache today & I just tried this in the morning. I feel so much better:) Especially the part towards the end where we lie down:) I will do this whenever I can:) Thank you again:)

  17. aPaulineR

    March 3, 2019 11:04 pm

    I've been suffering from menstrual migraines for years and only found this video today… (for some reason I did Yoga for Headaches before but clearly this is a whole different story) and BOY OH BOY.
    During the neck self-massage I just felt there was something more to explore, because the thumb massaging my neck on the same side as my migraine was really picking up some weird sensations along the way. I knew I had to go back, after the video which helped me a lot without making the migraine totally disappear. I just wanted to postpone the medication. So I went back like an hour later, and really massaged that weird spot at the base of my skull. The migraine dimmed from a 7/10 to a 2/10 on the pain scale. A little tiger balm on the temples -doing the very mindful movements of the video-, and the migraine was gone. I'm not saying it's a miracle but it pretttty much looks like it. Will definitely go back to the video next month and hopefully will not have to take migraine meds anymore! Another victory for Adriene and Benji! Hurray!

  18. Dan

    March 9, 2019 11:44 am

    Firstly, it's really touching that you said "so sorry you have a headache". Its a much nicer way to approach a yoga flow than the "do this and you'll feel better" type vids that other produce. I've had a migraine for a couple days, usually I'll sleep it off by now and wake up with a weird and unpleasant lightheadedness but well enough to work etc. But on day two I decided to try this and it has really helped me, Thank you. Peace to all

  19. beefstyle1

    March 10, 2019 11:25 pm

    Idk what migraines you people are having but if you can put pressure on your neck and take your arms off the ground then you aren't in pain. that is way too advanced for a migraine.

  20. Beth Pickens

    March 20, 2019 2:53 am

    Your voice is so soothing. I would love to see a video that could be done while someone has a migraine or bad headache, in which the head did not go below the heart (which causes an incredible increased intensity of pain during a headache or migraine). Thank you!.

  21. ELF

    March 23, 2019 12:37 pm

    My nose gets really stuffy when I have a migraine so couldn't really do the alternate nostril breathing. Helped otherwise though

  22. a healthy lifestyle with Nes

    March 28, 2019 7:08 am

    I woke up with a strong headache and now after this practice it’s gone . Thanks a lot Adriene , you are the best ❤️

  23. Amila Phago

    March 31, 2019 4:56 am

    I try this 3 day
    Now I am having continuous lower back pain.. It’s been 2 day now fighting with back pain
    How can I overcome from this?? ☹️

  24. Margo Coplan

    March 31, 2019 1:59 pm

    Thank you for posting this yoga for migraine post. In the past I was discouraged with other instructors because they did not understand migraine and the classes were too difficult. I did find the windows a bit overstimulation because of the glare. I don’t know how others feel about this.

  25. jason griffin

    April 4, 2019 7:37 pm

    Did this and 7 min yoga boost instead of my daily practice today. Feel good now. Thanks. Namaste 🙏

  26. Studio Caprittarius

    April 19, 2019 8:22 pm

    I've had severe migraines all my life. Have a bad one today so I decided to try something new. Well I feel calmer…and in significantly more pain. I don't know about anyone else but the pressure on my head and having it upside down made everything so much worse.

  27. Elizabeth The Baker

    April 25, 2019 5:15 pm

    Hi There!
    I just want to say thank you so much for all the yoga videos you have created, it means so much to have someone like you offering free ways to practice yoga. I have been using your videos everyday for months now and it has been helping me feel so much happier and healthier. My favorite is the ones for anxiety and stress I sometimes get anxiety attacks and your yoga helps me calm down and doing yoga everyday has helped me tackle not just that but, depression, as well as all the back pain and any muscle pains I get from my job (I am a baker so i lift A LOT of heavy stuff).
    Thank You So Much!

  28. Mira Gupta

    April 25, 2019 7:00 pm

    I followed this last night when I was dealing with an awful migraine and I slept better than I have in months. Thank you so much for this video, definitely will be following it again and again

  29. Vicki

    May 1, 2019 3:32 pm

    Thank you I feel a little better! I like the added touches of oil and water to help in this yoga session.

  30. Christine Sabrina

    May 9, 2019 10:31 pm

    Hi Adriene, thank you hun. I suffered from panic attacks, anxiety, migraines and insomnia recently in the past five weeks, all for the first time due to stress. This clip helps me feel better. My daughter-in-law and nurse practitioner both recommended your amazing Yoga clips. Thank goodness. 🙇‍♀️🙏⚘

  31. Christine Elizabeth

    May 15, 2019 6:28 pm

    I had a terrible migraine yesterday and did this video along with the Yoga for headaches (I did the latter first) and I have to say thank you Adriene, it helped immensely! I try to avoid medicine as much as possible but your kind of medicine never ceases to amaze me. You rock!! I’ll always refer people to this channel as it as helped me so much on the inside and out. Much ❤️ to you Adriene and to the entire community!

  32. Filomena Kandola

    May 19, 2019 2:47 pm

    Lovely, thank you. My migraine is wicked today, but this routine was very healing and helpful. Peace.

  33. Ej Mitch

    June 3, 2019 9:35 pm

    Hey, I just wanted to say, I've been getting over a concussion and this video has been really good and helpful for me. I'd be super interested in more brain healing yoga practises 🙂 thank you so much

  34. Matt Pappas

    June 9, 2019 2:32 pm

    Adriene the content of this video is lovely and I thank you. Could you make a “low contrast” version? The brightness of the wall and windows behind you is painful for those of us with light sensitivity during headaches. I had to squint to view. Please consider a darker backdrop. Namaste.

  35. Kathy

    June 18, 2019 11:46 am

    Hi Adrienne, Thank you so much for the video! It is very helpful. Can you explain the daily things to try for preventing migraines and also the supplements you mentioned?

    Thanks again!

  36. Ellen Nelson

    June 23, 2019 8:56 pm

    My head has been throbbing since yesterday. The pain was an 8, I’ve been on the verge of going to the walk in clinic all day so I tried this video and my pain went down to a 1. Unbelievable. It has been an hour and still minimal pain. Thank you!

  37. Phillippa Gray

    June 25, 2019 12:04 pm

    I don't get regular migraines but I had very severe one come on today (probably because of shift work leading to poor sleep), this routine brought my pain down from an 8 out of 10 to a 1 or 2 and my nausea settled as well. truly amazing I wasn't expecting it to be so effective! Thank you so much for making this

  38. Fairouz sharif

    July 2, 2019 4:35 pm

    Much thanks to Adriene and the team <3 I wasn't a 100% sure that this would work but I was hopeful. After the practice, the symptoms lost power and the night got easier 🙂 Without this, surviving with deadly migraines would have been almost impossible! Love from the bottom of our hearts <3

  39. Afoodiefrompindi Munaza

    July 3, 2019 3:01 pm

    Adrienne i love your video's. Your anxiety yoga helped me alot and this one is just magic. Thank you so much. Please share a yoga video about restless leg syndrome yoga techniques. I really want that. Thank you and love you! Namaste!

  40. mpia ep

    July 3, 2019 10:55 pm

    Thank you dear!! ❤️ I started this session without believing that could stop my migraine (sorry >_<) BUT when the video ended the pain reduced considerably!! I will do these exercises everyday, I do really hate headaches… Thank you so much!! 😘

  41. Wendy Bendy

    July 5, 2019 4:20 pm

    😍 Benji almost lifted my headache by just being there, gorgeous. You are even talking in a low soft voice for all us headachers how thoughtful. Saving this one to my headache folder. Thank you.

  42. Lisa Ladonski

    July 5, 2019 7:00 pm

    Adriene, is it possible to make a video for asthma and allergies? My allergies trigger migraines and I’d love something to help control them!

  43. Lauren Jade

    July 9, 2019 5:00 pm

    I had a cosy blanket, my pillow lavender spray. a cooling eye mask that I had put in the fridge. The room was dark apart from my lava lamp… that was AMAZING Adrienne, what I have needed after two awful days of migraine. Thank you xx

  44. Monica B

    July 15, 2019 11:50 pm

    Perfect gentle practice; my migraine seems like it’s almost gone… yoga is everything & thank you for spreading so much light & love. Peppermint oil is so good guys if you suffer; also potassium supplements too (I suffer from hormonal migraines)

  45. Stine Munch Hansen

    July 31, 2019 7:49 am

    Hi Adriene. Thank you so much for this video! I have suffered from migraine since I was a child, and discovered your yoga channel a few years ago. Your videos has helped me with both migraine and stress. THANKS a lot <3

  46. Zen Life

    August 3, 2019 2:41 am

    I have been working through doing the Dedicate series in the morning and then intuitive video selections for my evening practice. Migraine today made me pick this one and it helped relieve the tension by the end so much I started crying with relief. Thank you so much Adriene for the compassion and care you put into your videos.

  47. Afshan Sharjeel

    August 5, 2019 12:36 pm

    Hi adriene and all people i have migraine since high school and i am now 28 years old and its intensity goes high day by day i have headache 4 times in a week plz help me.. i just want to know to all guys .do you feel headache as like me ?? Anyone tell me about how much time it triggers in a week ?? Plz reply

  48. Anjie Yang

    August 13, 2019 12:13 am

    As someone with frequent headaches, this video is one I come back to when I need a gentle way to tend to my pain by connecting to the body and breath! I was hit with a migraine while out on a trip with my family, and this loving practice, in conjunction w a short nap, has made all the difference <3 Thank you as always, Adriene, for sharing your thoughtful practices and kind soul with us through your channel~ Namaste

  49. Liz Curran

    August 13, 2019 7:56 pm

    Thank you again Adriene for this restorative practice which has made me stop & breathe & begin to recognise the root causes of today’s headache. I know this practice will help. Namaste.

  50. Erm Nettie

    August 14, 2019 10:51 am

    I loved this practice, thank you so much. I have been having migraines for weeks now and I will be adding this in to see if I can break the cycle with deep breathing and intentional movement/relaxation. Loved the eye bag and oils. Need to remember to blow my nose for the ANB! 😆💛

  51. katiealanna

    August 15, 2019 12:52 am

    Just started getting migraines for the first time in my life 2 weeks ago so I'm going to give this a shot! I LOVE your channel & always come back to your videos for a little self care and relaxation. Thanks for helping so many people out!

  52. Ebadur Rahman

    August 19, 2019 11:18 am

    I was suffering from migraine from past 6 months after trying this method it helped to relieve my migraine headache thankyou very gave me a once new life.

  53. Aoife Mae

    August 25, 2019 1:51 am

    Hi Adrienne, I'd just like to say I'm very grateful you made this video, I was woken up by a migraine tonight and couldn't get back to sleep as I was so distracted by the pain. I did this practice in bed and I felt like you were a friend supporting me through the pain. Thank you so much for practices like this, it really makes difference and I am so so grateful

  54. Andrea Dte

    August 27, 2019 7:21 am

    Thank you Adriene, you are an angel ! Your video is the only thing that help with the migraines ! It's amazing how the breath calm the pain, the stress… Thank you so much !

  55. Mulan 121

    August 27, 2019 7:18 pm

    You are magical! Your yoga is so healing and comforting: perfect for all of us who are going through sth rough (like a migraine).

  56. Danielle Smith

    August 29, 2019 12:46 am

    I started this video with horrible tension and a throbbing headache in my eyes. By the end of the video it was gone. Thank you so much.

  57. Andrea W

    September 2, 2019 1:11 am

    This helped me so much today. Moved into college for senior year and got a migraine and was in tons of pain and I finally looked up stretches to help me relax and I'm so glad I chose this one.

  58. Lisette Arévalo Gross

    September 6, 2019 7:36 pm

    I started this video with pain on my neck anda headache on the right side of my head and this helped a lot to ease the pain. Thank you!

  59. Ella G

    September 28, 2019 10:52 pm

    A factory recently burnt down near me and the fumes have been making me nauseous and triggering migraines. This was exactly what I needed Xx

  60. Anna Smith

    September 30, 2019 10:01 am

    Wish I could say this cured my migraines which nothing seems to shift. I wouldn't be able to do this practice at the height of an attack but it's a nice thing to do when it's lessened and am waiting for it to lift. Don't know if it actually helps physically, but makes me feel calm whereas I can otherwise get frustrated at the impact of the migraines on my life.


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