Home – Day 8 – Heal  |  30 Days of Yoga With Adriene

Home – Day 8 – Heal | 30 Days of Yoga With Adriene

– Hello everyone. Welcome to
Home, your 30-day yoga journey. It’s Day 8, and I’m here with
Benji to welcome you back for a special practice, one that
I really love because one, we get to get cozy, but also this is
one that just allows us a little bit of
time and space to pause, to be still,
to breathe, to meditate and remember just how
potent this practice can be. There is always an opportunity
to find a little bit of healing in small movements and small moments with
ourselves throughout the day. So that’s exactly
what this practice celebrates and reminds us. If you have
a pillow or a blanket, bring it to this session. If you don’t,
don’t worry about it. Hop into something extra
comfy and let’s get started. (upbeat gentle music) Alright, darling friends. come on down to the ground. Couple of options today that
I think you are going to love. One, you can sit up
on a blanket or a pillow. You can lay a little blanky
out if you have one or a towel. You can grab a blanket for
yourself and only to have it taken by an
animal in your house. Which I’m going to go ahead
and let him keep that for now. But it’s Day 8. This is a day where we usually say, “Day 8, don’t hate,
meditate, feel great.” So if you’re
new to this journey, I would just like to extend
that little mantra to you. Day 8, meditate.
Don’t hate, feel great. And the idea is that this
year, this session is really an invitation to be open, to heal whatever ails you. This can be like just a feeling you have from a stressful conversation
with someone or it can be something deeper. So my loving advice is to
just enjoy this practice and not really worry about the outcome
but I think that it’s worth considering all of
this as we set ourselves up so sit up tall on something. If you’re a little bit chilly,
pause the video, go grab a sweater. You can wear socks for
this session if you like. I’m gonna let Benji stay on
the blanket since he’s so cozy but my plan was to have
you wrap up in it like a you know,
I don’t know, like this. And so you can get
really cozy with it. The at-home yoga practice is
beautiful in that way that we can really listen and respond. We can do that in
other settings as well but there’s
nothing like this setting. So take a second pause
the video if you need to. Let’s get a little bit
cozy and we’ll meet in a nice, comfortable seat of your choice. Let’s start together
with a little reverent bow, so just bow your
head in gently tuck the chin. Then drop your gaze. Maybe close your eyes. Whilst I could go on and on about all the ways in which I believe this practice of
yoga and its philosophy to be healing, how about we just open ourselves to the
possibility together? Open our hearts and our minds to
experiencing it for ourselves. So best you can and I want to
acknowledge that I know it’s difficult, particularly if
you’re sneaking in this practice because you want
to get your Day 8 in, I know how the
day to day can be. But to the best of your ability,
let’s just see if we can kind of offer ourselves a flash of
surrender just where we drop the day thus far,
we drop everything, all the narratives. And for this moment
and this moment only, it’s you and I and the sound of our breath. Inhale in. Exhale out. Inhale in. Long breath out. Then one more,
big full breath in. And this time, as you exhale,
relax the shoulders. Empty, empty,
empty, empty, empty. Awesome. Bat the eyelashes open,
it’s amazing what just three breaths will do,
I already feel like, whoa, okay, I have to remember
that I’m leading the practice. You’re gonna place a little
charcoal pencil, with the kids I say little marker you to pick
your color and we’re just gonna draw small circles
with the nose one way, keep it small. Like a little saucer plate. And then keep going
in the same direction. Allow the circle to
grow to like a salad plate. The perfect size
plate for your croissant. Your toast. Your concha. And now big, big plate.
Full size. Breathe, listen to
the little soundtrack your neck (chuckles)
has to share with you. Alright, and then reverse it, starting with
the full size plate. Soften through the jaw,
part the lips. If you’re
collapsing the spine here maybe sit up on a little blanky. Here we go, now to
the the mama bear plate. Relax your shoulders and now to
that small saucer sized plate. And back to one, back to center. Head over heart,
heart over pelvis. Take a deep breath in.
Inhale, fill up. Listen carefully. At the top pause, hold. Retain the breath. Capture it.
Hold your breath. And now empty it out. Empty, empty,
empty, empty, empty, empty, empty,
empty, empty, empty. We’ll continue
with this technique. Nice and easy, big inhale. Breathe in. At the fullest heighth
of your breath, pause. Retain the breath. Try to soften
through the shoulders, the skin of the face,
sit up nice and tall. Hold it. Good and empty,
empty, empty, empty it out. Empty, emtpy, empty
it out to its fullest. Empty, empty,
empty, empty, empty. And here we go, big inhale. Pause, retain the breath. Keep the shoulders relaxed. And release, exhale. Empty it out,
empty, empty, empty, empty, empty, empty,
empty, empty, empty. At the bottom of that exhale,
big breath in. And pause, retain the breath. Lengthen up through the crown. And release,
slow and with control, long exhalation.
You got this. Slow and steady. Empty, empty,
empty, empty, empty, empty, empty. At the bottom of that exhale,
big buoyant, beautiful inhale in.
Here we go. Pause, retain the breath. And release, empty it out. Slow and with control. Nice, long exhalation here. Empty, empty, empty, empty. For this next round, please soften your
gaze or close your eyes. I’ll guide you.
Here we go. Big inhale. At the top, pause,
retain the breath. Nice work.
Empty it out. Keep going, keep going,
just keep going, going, going, going. Big inhale.
Here we go. Fill it up, fill it up,
fill it up, fill it up, fill it up,
pause retain. Stay calm. And release slow and
with control and make it long, make it smooth. Enjoy. Exhale, exhale, exhale, exhale. And one more time, breathe wide. Think a big, full lateral breath
you’re breathing in to all four sides of the torso.
Inhale, inhale, inhale. You know what to do. Gracefully pause,
capture the magic, the spirit, the breath, retain. And empty it out. Slow and with
control, empty, empty, empty, empty, empty, empty,
everything out. Awesome work. From here, please lean back. Gently, bring
the knees together. Send your legs
out long in front. If you’re lifted up on the
hips, you can stay lifted here. It might be quite nice. We’re gonna bring the
hands back to support us. Little stretch for
the palms and the wrists. Point the toes,
breathe in, lift the chest. Flex the toes up
towards the face, flex your feet and
exhale, breathe out. Aw, little Benji’s
enjoying the Day 8 practice. Inhale, point the toes,
lift your chest. And exhale, flexing the feet. Toes towards your face. Excellent.
Press up on the fingertips. Sit up nice and tall. I’m wanting to create a nice
straight line or the sensation of a straight line from the base of the spine
all the way to the crown. So just do your best. And then we’re gonna
pick the right knee up. We’re gonna place the
right foot on the ground. You’re gonna give yourself
about a hand’s width of space between your left inner
thigh and your right heel. So no need to zip it up
all tight and pretzel like. Give yourself some space. Yes. And then big inhale. We’re gonna take the
left fingertips up high. You know what to do
here but I’ll remind you. Use this action to
find length, find space. Spaciousness is
what I was gonna say. Inhale, keep that space,
that lift as you breathe in. As you hook the left
elbow to the right knee. Right fingertips come behind.
Peek at me if you need to. Sweet, and then inhale. Lift with the inhale. Exhale, twist. If you’re used to
doing this really tight, I lovingly challenge you to keep
that width so you can create
more of a twist in the spine. The mid back in particular. And you can turn to gently look
past your right shoulder if it feels right. Inhale in.
Breathe into your belly. Pause, retain at
the top if you like, and then use that same slow
and controlled exhale out here. You got it. Nice and active
in the left foot. One more breath in. And use your exhale to slowly
release and come back to center. Send the right leg out.
We’re going to switch sides. Peel the left foot up. Again, give yourself
about a hand’s width here. So this femurs,
just a little nerd moment, this femur, this hip socket
dropping down in to socket. If I’m here and
kind of zipping in, trying to get this
like picture book pose, kinda missing out on
some of the good nerdy stuff, the magic.
So give yourself some space. Let this drop down into socket. Yes, and then
flex your right foot. Reach your right
fingertips up high. Lift your heart and
then exhale, find your twist. Hooking the right
elbow to the left knee or just right hand here. This is a great
little modification here. Left fingertips come behind. Left hip is still dropping down. I’m flexing my right
toes and we’ll find it here. Breathing deeply
down into the belly. Using that inhale to find length and the exhale to
explore the twist. So these twists,
I’m sure you know this, but just a little
reminder so healing, potentially healing for
the body and for the systems. It’s like the image I love is of
taking kind of a dirty rag and dipping it in the water and
gently wringing it out and just all of that
excess stuff all, you know, that which you no
longer need washing away. Take one more big inhale here. Replenishing the body
and the energetic body. Use your exhale to
come all the way back. Okay, send the legs out long. If you brought
a pillow to class, you’re gonna
grab your pillow now. Bring it right on
top of the thighs. Take the hands move the fleshy
part of the buttocks aside. Sit up nice and tall.
Big inhale to reach of the sky. Exhale, yep, you guessed it. Think up and over. You’re gonna drape
your body over the pillow. Feel free to bend the knees. You can just allow the hands
to be soft as you Forward Fold. Or if you want
to take a bind here. Use your peace fingers bring
them in-between your big toe and your second toe here
or whatever works for you and use that to kind of tug in
as you melt the belly down. Take three to five breaths here. Enjoy. Feel the skin of your
back stretch as you breathe in. Softening as you breathe out. Calming the nervous system. Gently release. Slow rise up,
soften through the feet here. Wiggle the toes. Inhale in. And exhale, just sigh it out. (sighs) Come on now, don’t be shy,
if I’m doing this on YouTube, you can do it
wherever you are, I’m sure. Here we go, big inhale. Sigh it out. Let go something that’s
just no longer serving you. Just let it go. (sighs) And one more time, here we go. Let Benji and I
hear you all the way here in my home state of Texas. Big inhale. Sigh it out. (sighs) A little sound,
a little healing vibration. Alright, watch this cool move. Take the hands, use them to
support you as you lift your bum, draw it forward,
knees come up. Then take your pillow. Bring it up and behind,
(mimicks triumphant trumpets), come onto your back. So this is where we take the
blanket and we’re gonna wrap up like a little tacquito or a
little burrito but I feel like it would be animal cruelty
for me to take Benji up off this blanket right now. So I’m not gonna do it. Okay, guys, I’m just not. But I would love for you,
my darling friends, to get your blanket and bring
it on top of your body here. Let’s actually take a second
before you get legs extended to hug the knees in. Sorry, I got
distracted with the blanket. And then let’s wrap up in
the blanket if you have it. If you don’t have it,
you can be like me. And we’re coming essentially
in to a Shavasana here. So get cozy. You definitely want
to get to a place where you’re not holding anything. So if your back is fussy and
you want to bring the knees up, wonderful, great,
great listening. Great of you to listen. But let’s find a place where
we’re not holding ourselves up so you can bring the feet wide. You can bring
the knees together. Definitely want to get to a
place where you can relax the weight of your body completely
and fully into the earth. Awesome. Then here we go, inhale,
send the fingertips up high. Big stretch. Exhale, right arm over the left. You’re gonna give
yourself a big hug. Now close your eyes here. You can really walk your
fingertips underneath your shoulder blades. And with the eyes closed,
feel your breath move you here,
feel your own embrace. We’re signaling in
the brain that I am held. I am safe. And if you guys think I’m
crazy this is like now proven, you know, scientific research is
now proving that these types of gestures, holding your
own hand, finding an embrace, many of the things we do in yoga they change our
chemical makeup or they can. Okay, inhale, reach of the sky. Hang with me, nice
little shoulder opener here. Gentle shoulder opener
here at the very least. Left arm crosses over the right.
Give yourself a big hug. Start to relax
through the low back, the hips, the thighs. Let your knee joints
just be heavy and loose here. Calves heavy,
ankles, feet, toes softening, letting go. And then inhale,
reach for the sky. Exhale, allow the hands
to rest gently at your sides. Palms face up. Tuck your chin
slightly to lengthen through the back of the neck. Close your eyes. Whether you grabbed a blanket or
you sacrificed it to a literal angel, furry angel or maybe something else. Basically, whether you have
a blanket or not, my darling, blanket yourself in love. If someone asked you to
blanket yourself in love, which someone is,
that someone’s me, how do you want to respond? What does that make you feel? And does it change the
quality of your breath? And if not, that’s cool. Together, let’s
find a full breath in. Here we go.
Inhale lots of love in. The deepest, fullest, most
loving breath you’ve taken all day, all week,
all month, all year. And exhale, lots of love out. Using this exhale to find once
again that flash of surrender. Finding stillness. Relaxing the weight
of the body completely and fully into the earth,
softening through the belly. Letting the rib cage get heavy. Letting your heart soften. The shoulders relax. Let the arms, the wrists, the fingers be soft and easy. Relax the throat. Take a second to swallow and then consciously relax the tongue here in the mouth. Notice if you’re
holding in the jaw, soften. Then bring your awareness
between your two brows to the forehead, soften. And the weight of the head
and the skull now softening. A total surrender to
that which is so much bigger than us. And it’s beautiful because
from the yogic perspective, as we surrender to that
which is bigger than us, there’s also this beautiful
opportunity to recognize the surrender as actually a unity. This idea that we are part of that
which is bigger than us. Went deep. Okay, take a couple
of quiet breaths here. I love you. Give yourself permission
here to do absolutely nothing. We’re not going to be
here long, stick with it. Be still. Nice and slow bring your thumb
to your index finger. Let them kiss together and then
start to move your thumb on your other fingerprints back and forth, back and forth. Begin to gently deepen
the breath once again. Think inhale lots of love in. Exhale, lots of love out. Continue that cycle as
you bring some movement or energy to the toes,
to the feet. And notice how you feel. If time allows, you might
stay here a little longer. Just pausing the video. You might rise up and find you have
one minute to write down in your journal, or on a
napkin how you’re feeling. And maybe it’s off to
the races for the rest of your day or your evening. Wherever you are,
I hope this practice has helped you feel the love that you deserve. And may it remind us all
that a little goes a long way in the healing process. Just get up and
start again each day. I have your back.
Let’s bring the palms together. Benji does too,
my prince (chuckles). Thumbs are gonna come
right up to that third point. I truly believe
that the more people, more of us doing yoga together the better position we are to find healing and to live in a kinder world.
So thank you so much. I mean it for practicing
with me and for showing up. I show up because you show up. So on that note,
take a deep breath in. And we’ll finish
by whispering Namaste. (upbeat gentle music)

100 thoughts on “Home – Day 8 – Heal | 30 Days of Yoga With Adriene”

  1. When Adriene was like, hop into something EXTRA cosy, I was like yeah girl and ran to find my most cosy sweater. This practice was just beautiful, I'm definitely going to start hugging myself more, haha.

  2. That was simply beautiful and calming. Thank you Adriene.
    I feel so calm and mindful.
    Have a lovely day. 🌞💞

  3. After my third tour in iraq I really felt like something was wrong with me. It's taken years to heal. It's painful recovering from the stressors of constant combat. You are always so hypervigilant.I dont think I loved my self for a long time. I enjoy taking the 30 minutes a day for yoga think it helps with the healing process. We all need to hug our selves sometimes. I think the many of us practicing yoga together can send healing energy!!!

  4. I feel serene! Thank you so much for this Home yoga journey. It`s so perfect for me as I am home from work this month to make a safe and loving home for a little girl who just moved in with us 🦄💕 Namaste from Norway 🙏

  5. This was exactly what I needed today, thank you! I was feeling dizzy while making the circles with my nose, but that must be because my neck is very stiff. I loved everything about this. And when you said “I love you”, it felt so real. ♥️ Thank you again, namaste. 🙏🏼

  6. Feel yummy all over, love how yoga makes you feel. Loving our 30 Day Yoga journey. See you tomorrow for DAY 9. A big hug to you Adriene. x

  7. i needed this practice today. this evening before i made it to the mat i exited my house to find the smoke had rolled back into the coastal Victorian town of Geelong where i live. a harsh reminder that my country is on fire and that i have friends in other areas who are in much more danger than me. day 8 could not have come at a better time for helping me deal with that stress and worry for my friends and loved ones living in New South Wales and Queensland in areas near where there currently are, or have been wild fires. thank you.

  8. Wow Adriene!! did this in the early morning after practicing Heart 2 from Empower series! (membership ❤️). It was exactly what I needed!! I felt so relaxed after the empower work out!! I've been practicing with you six years now! Every single morning. Your yoga teaching style has changed my whole life. Practicing with you makes me feel happy and healthy from the inside out. You are the best of the best. You are such an inspiration! You are such a great teacher and the most important thing is that you are a great person. I have been practicing with you since 2013 and I feel honored to be a part of the community! I am your biggest fan! ❤️I am from Greece! Please come to Greece!! Can I ask you something? What is the best thickness for a yoga mat? I have a 4mm one. Do you think is better to practice on a thicker one like a 5 or 6mm? Thank you ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  9. Today's practice brought warmth into heart, thank you Adriene for this lovely one, Day 8 we're doing it guys, see you tomorrow, don't miss it.
    Namaste everyone 🙏

  10. Wow. I had an emotional experience during the hug moment that I didnt expect. It was powerful and I needed ! Beautiful practice, from a wonderful teacher. Thank you. Day 8 going strong 🙏

  11. Wow! That was so refreshing and wonderful. I know I will be doing that one more often to help calm and destress! Thank you Adrienne!!!! 💚💚💚

  12. This was just lovely! Got super emotional towards the end, I obviously needed to show myself some love. Thank you as ever ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  13. when Adriene said "what does it mean to you, cover yourself with a blanket of love?" I flashbacked in a very good memory, we were all at my firend's house and he was hosting us for the nights. He came very sweetly and covered myself with a cover while I was already in bed, and I remembered thinking something like "another typical thing by x (my friend's name)". And after 2-3 years from this memory, I was invaded by appreciation for his kindness and his attention, which was already one of his characteristics but I never appreciated it while we were together as I should. Now he's in another country and I thought: " how many acts of love I didn't let feel in my heart, how I close my heart to one of the most beautiful things on this planet…. random kidness. This is the intention of the year for me. To open this heart, beacuse its has been closed for so so long, it is going to become too blind. Oh my God. Thank you, Adriene <3

  14. When you sent love, I felt it! Ah, it was so comforting! Thank you, Adriene. I'm sending much love to you, Benji and to all of the people following the 30 days. See you tomorrow.

  15. In a way, I found this the most difficult practice so far. I realised it's hard for me to love myself, to hug myself, to accept love. from others. For the first time I can see those critical negative voices that cause me to build walls are inside me. "blanket yourself in love" I will try. Thank you Adrien x

  16. It's the first time since I started to follow you that I have the chance to do this 30 day's journey while your doing it. Honestly it's really amazing to feel the energy that not only you, but every single person practising brings and spreads to everyone else! So, thank you Adriene, but thank you all of you practising and vibrating love around the world ❤️. This Namastê today made me cry a little bit, but of joy! All the love to you guys! 🙏

  17. 5,000 people practicing with me this morning! What a relaxing and restorative practice. Perfect reminder that there are things that are bigger than ourselves, so not to worry about the stresses the day will bring. Thank you Adriene for this practice.

  18. Aww! I call my pup my prince, too! I started each day feeling super low, unsure if I have it in me to get through the practice or the day in any meaningful way. Each time by the end I feel so lifted. Thank you so much for this project! Your hard work is greatly appreciated!!!

  19. Thank you for this amazing session! In 8 days I have went from having zero yoga-experience, to feeling a little bit sad thinking about when this 30 days is going to end because I am enjoying it so much 🙁 Thank you <3

  20. Very much needed time to pause and breathe to connect with myself and help me heal. Thanks, Adriene. From Puerto Rico, Namaste. 🙏🏼

  21. Started back to work after Christmas break this week (public school teacher) and I needed this – i am balanced and feeling a deep love and peace – also happy to say my “prince” a medium terrier poo has taken my blanket too 💕😃🐶🐾💚💕

  22. Been here since day one but watching on Roku so I have not written. This practice was perfect as I am in a hotel today and love not having to do too much in a small space (NYC) so I did this on the bed. Love anything not using wrists too, selfishly. Namaste.

  23. Blanket yourself in love…
    And I saw myself falling backwards into a giant marshmallow…
    Pink..fluffy and a sweet smell..
    There is space for all of you to lay on my marshmallow to..so hop onboard into the marshmallow of love… 🌸❤

  24. Thank you Adriene for being you and sharing your energy through these videos. This has been one of the most powerful practices I’ve ever done, when I hugged myself I started tearing up. I felt so loved and connected. Namaste ❤️

  25. Thank you Adriene! A beautiful practice today in the midst of cosmic craziness 🙂 we are changing the world one vibe at a time. ♡ from Australia

  26. ''Went deep, okay, love you'' that's everything <3 I noticed breath work makes me yawn a lot, anyone else experiencing this? I want to keep breathing smoothly but then I can't. Should I just let myself yawn? How do you all handle this?

  27. Loved this. Woke up feeling frustrated with myself for silly reasons and this practice reminded me to let go of those, show myself forgiveness, and go forward with love in everything I do. Sending love out to everyone, wherever you are!

  28. This is day 12 for me doing Yoga in a row and after doing my first mixed martial arts session on Tuesday I feel like I over did it on my pushups so my chest feels sore , this yoga session came at the right time and really helped

  29. Super session this a.m. l Just wanted to stay on the mat this morning, so on to a 19 minute yoga flow!! Everyday with Adriene and Benji! ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  30. Well that hit the preverbal spot. Been pushing my mind hard this week, so having several moments to just breathe and slow down was a blessing. Thank you for what you do.

  31. Today the practice was everything I didn't know I needed. I thought you asking us to blanket ourselves with love was especially powerful, and hopefully I'll get to a place soon where I'll actually be able to do so completely, but I think each I day I do this practice I'm getting closer and closer. Every morning I struggle to get out of bed, but somehow manage to convince myself the practice is worth it, and every day I'm so so thankful I did. It's like the whole world disappears for a brief moment when I'm on the mat.

  32. I missed yesterday because I was in hospital, and I didn't think I'd be able for today's practice until I saw the name 'heal' is perfect, thank you x

  33. Okayyyyyyyyyy how healing was this??? 💚💚💚💚💚💚💚I felt my own embrace my warmth my LOVE wowwwwww Adrienne 💚💚💚💚

  34. Loved today’s practice! Meditation is one of those focuses I always need to do but life and work gets in the way and it often gets put off 😬. This was much needed! I love the balance you offer in your practice ! Thank you ♥️

  35. I adored this practice. It was just what my body was needing today. Lovely day from Mexico. 💜

  36. If any of you were looking for just a little bit more self love and healing watch Adriene‘s session on self discipline just watch and listen to this amazing young lady she is so so wise. Namaste 🙏

  37. The 30 days yoga journey has been the most refreshing start to the year. Breaking the chains of addiction, apathy, and self loathing-this is the TLC I needed to give myself in a long time. It's an absolute priviledge to practice with all the people around the world and tap into the endless love and humanity. Can't thank you enough and immensely grateful for able to heal and grow spiritually and trust the journey.

  38. It's been a while since I've fallen asleep during shavasana. I woke up 30 minutes later thinking wait was I asleep?! ❤️❤️❤️

  39. Raise your hand if you were so comfy cozy under your blankie at the end you couldn’t get up ✋🏽 thank you Adriene!

  40. This is the first one I've done before work in the morning and when I saw it was a comfy one I immediately thought it was going to be a bit of a waste, winding down before I had even fully woken up. But it actually ended up being an enlightening practice, and one of the hardest for me so far, in that it's so much easier for me to be moving and doing and "accomplishing." I had the time set aside regardless and so to spend it breathing and meditating instead of toning and strengthening worked out alright after all. (Plus it was actually kind of healing after a night filled with nightmares.) And it a great reminder of what this is all about. Thanks Adriene!

  41. After the core yoga… Yesterday and today are just blessing!! Feeling so so good…
    Thanks Benji… Adrienne and the whole team…

  42. Thank you very much, Adriene, I’m showing up everyday. Happy and grateful. Sending you lots of love! ❤️🥰🙏🌟🔥

  43. I didn’t know hugging myself can feel so good. Really felt your ‘I love you’ – there were tears right away. It’s a beautiful journey. ❤️❤️❤️

  44. This one was so relaxed that I forgot to like the video this morning. My focus and breathing occupied me so much that my brain seemed to be turned off. I still thought I didn't remember anything at all about what was said, I was completely gone.

  45. Words like "don't" and "hate" don't resonant with me so I changed today's mantra in: "Believe in eight, meditate, feel great." ♾🕉️💃

  46. Thank you, I really need this and I'm definitely going to try it tonight. I haven't been feeling too great lately with everything that's happening in the world (thanks eco anxiety) and I find it hard to live my normal life or care about mundane things… sometimes I care too much about an issue and I need to distance myself from it, for my mental health. This is going to be emotional lol but it's important to release these emotions. If you're a climate change warrior and your heart is hurting too, don't forget to take care of yourself, we need you !! We'll get through this together

  47. This is such an amazing practice, so comforting and so good for the energetic body. I was finding it tough to focus yesterday but this practice got me back in the game! Thank you so much Adriene ♥️

  48. Tough day yesterday with work drama. Today’s practice was just what I needed to let it go and heal. Thank you for always bringing just what I need. 💚

  49. I teach my students to meditate every week, and do many "mini" mindful steps outs daily! But adding this beautiful daily yoga practice has opened up a whole new calm and focus and self acceptance that I could not have predicted. THANK YOU so much! I SO needed the tender security of that self hug today! I am grateful.

  50. I felt so blissfully zen during those deep breaths. I want to go back to sleep, but alas, I have to finish getting ready for work. Thank you, Adriene.

  51. 19k when I started the video and 21,000 when I was done. I hope you all enjoyed the practice as much as I did today. I needed a good loving rest. I went to bed last night at 7:00pm!!! I’m usually in bed at 11:00. I need some extra rest for this full moon tomorrow. ✌🏼👽

  52. Today I had to come home from work because I suffered from hypothermia, so I was bundled up and under the down comforter trying to recover when I saw the name of the new video: Heal. It was just what I needed! The breathing really helped me, especially to relieve the tension in my tummy. At the end I felt relaxed, an finally warm ❤️

  53. This was a beautiful calming practice. As an Australian, I want to thank everyone around the world, for your solidarity, and kind words. 🙏🦘🌏💖

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