Shakti Power Flow – Yoga With Adriene

Shakti Power Flow – Yoga With Adriene


– What’s up everyone? Welcome to Yoga with Adriene. I am Adriene, and today on the channel we have a fierce practice, Shakti flow. This is a vinyasa that’s gonna help you get into your body, step into your power, and find what feels good. So hop into something comfy,
and let’s get started. (pleasant instrumental music) All right, if you are ready, I am ready. Let’s begin in a nice comfortable seat about in the middle of your mat. Take a second to get settled in here. Sit up nice and tall,
and when you’re ready, close your eyes and lift your heart. Begin to notice how you
feel in this moment. Now that you have started the video, you’ve rolled out your
mat, now that you’re here to take some time for
yourself, how do you feel? You might gently rock your
heart forward and back, forward and back, or find
a gentle sway side to side. A little soft movement
here as you begin to, again, settle in and allow
the day thus far to melt away, and any task or to do list
that you have post practice, allow it to be very
politely put on the shelf. So we’re gonna work to stay present here. Again, any little movement
here that feels good. Eventually coming to a place of stillness with the head stacked over the heart, and the heart stacked over the pelvis. Sitting up as tall as you
can, closing the eyes, relaxing the shoulders. Simply tuning in to what’s going on today. Notice how you feel. Then when you’re ready,
take a deep breath in. Exhale to release. Big breath in through the nose. And perhaps finding a
little ujjayi breath here. (deep breathing) Together, let’s choose,
stick with our breath, move with the breath today, so that we can very kindly,
gently, and effectively move the energy around in the body. Opening our minds, our hearts,
and through our practice, our body to the true
Shakti, or empowerment. All right, one more big breath in here, and we’ll use the exhale to gently bow the chin to the chest. Hands together at the heart. Choose to stick with your breath. Open your mind, your body, your heart, to your true Shakti, your true power. And if there’s anything else
you want to add on here, create a little intention for
yourself or your practice, go ahead and do so. Palms together at the
heart, head bowing forward. If I’ve lost you here, at the very least, I always say this in my
classes, you’re getting a grand neck stretch, shoulder
blades drawing together. So take what works for you. Leave what doesn’t. Repeat your intention if you set one here, honoring the power of word
and the power of thought. And then take a deep breath in, the deepest breath you’ve taken all day. (inhaling) And use your exhale to
open hands, open your eyes, lift the chin parallel to the sky, and let’s rock and roll. All right, taking it
forward onto all fours. Take your time getting there. If you’re tired, your body’s heavy, maybe you’ve had a long
day, or your heart’s a little tender, I got you. Don’t worry. Just try to stay present,
and we’ll work again with a focus on the breaths. So right away, big inhale as you come into tabletop position. Big exhale out. Keep that going as you work
through your alignment. So today’s practice is swift and fun. So if you’re new to
the practice or perhaps you’re tending to something in your body, be super mindful. Take breaks as you need, remember. You’re trying to come into your power. You’re working to come into your power, so that’s unique and
special and beautiful. So tend to that, right? Take good care. We’re coming into tabletop
here, hugging the lower ribs in, sending the gaze straight down. I guess I was about to
go off on a rant and say, not just the physical modifications, but the mental and emotional too. Take care of your energy, right? Your energy today. Curl the toes under if you need to here, just for a couple
breaths, and if the wrists are already starting to talk to you, press away from your yoga mat. Hollow through the upper back body. Send the tailbone out
long, crown of the head towards the front edge of your mat. Gaze straight down. When you’re ready, press
into the tops of the feet. So uncurl the toes, knees
underneath the hips, wrists underneath the shoulders, and we’re gonna press
away from the yoga mat and let the knees hover for five seconds, just waking up this line
from the crown to the tail. You might start to shake here or tremble. It’s prana moving throughout the body. And gently release the
knees, and move into Cat-Cow. Spinal flex. Inhale. You drop the belly, heart opens forward. And exhale. We curl the tail under,
rounding through nice and slow here at first. Chin to chest. Inhale, drop the belly. Tailbone towards the sky,
open through the heart. Exhale, rounding through. Tailbone lengthens down. Navel draws up. Chin to chest. Keep it going here. Move with your breath. (deep breathing) And then careful that you’re
not locked in the elbows, but a soft bend here. We can begin to send the hips to one side, and then the other. Crown of the head counters the tailbone, and any other movement
that feels good here. So you might just stay within
the structure of Cat-Cow, or you might start to veer
off the railroad tracks. Check in with where the body’s at today. So warming it up before
we roll it up to standing. Take a moment here. You might come all the
way to Child’s Pose. And you might come all the way
forward, little Baby Cobra. Maybe sending the hips left to right or some circles in the hips. And then take this soft movement that you’ve created on your mat. Go for the gold, checking in, shining a little light in the
dark places, as I like to say, and when you’re ready, take this movement up with you and choreograph your way to Downward-Facing Dog,
sending your center all the way up in space, hips up high. And then the heart melts back. Press into both palms evenly. Hug the lower ribs in just a hair so we’re not splaying
out here in the ribs, but drawing them in, finding
a containment, if you will, in the torso. If you haven’t already, take
your dog for a little walk, stretching out through the legs, again, pressing evenly through both palms. Then how’s your breath? Return to the breath. ♫ Return to the breath ♫ (laughs) I keep making that joke. It’s bad. If you don’t know Return of the Mack, then you won’t get that
joke, but that’s okay. It’s probably for the best. Here we go, big breath in. Big breath out to look forward. We’re going to go for a nice slow walk. Draw the navel in and up. Uddiyana Bandha, so
control through your center as you walk slowly towards
the front edge of your mat. So there will come a point on this journey that you have to negotiate,
and that’s what it’s all about, negotiating things on the mat, mindfully. We come into a forward fold. Feet hip width apart or flush together, it doesn’t matter to me. Just find nice, conscious footing. And when you arrive here, see if you can find something new, really
using today’s practice to work on being present,
present in the sensation, present with your breath, and present in the challenging moments as well. Then I’d like for you to release
the arms if you had a bind and just find a soft sway. So focusing on the
softness, even like a little feminine quality here, and
that’s for all men and women and children, and animals and pets. When I say feminine energy,
I’m not just talking about like, “Hey girl, hey.” I’m talking about softness, right? Just an energy, right? We’re talking about Shakti
today, so we have to kind of address the feminine energy, and that exists in both man and woman as does the masculine
energy, so take a second to find that softness here. Then bend the knees, quite generously if you haven’t already. Just give the lower back some extra TLC. And then plant your feet strong, super mindful through the feet today. Really find that connection to the earth, that pada bandha as you
press into all four corners of the feet. Draw energy up from the arches, and when you’re ready, slowly roll up. How slow can you go today? Eventually the heart lifts up so high, crown of the head towards the sky, and we press into the feet. Lengthen the tailbone
down, and we come into our first beautiful
Mountain Pose, or Tadasana. Go ahead and open the palms today. Draw the shoulder blades
together really really firmly. So really activating the
upper back body here. Hug the lower ribs in,
and see what happens if, without looking down, you lift the toes. Engage the quads, so kind
of lift the kneecaps here. That helps. And then release the toes
back down to the earth, and on a big inhale, reach for the sky. Draw energy up from your arches. Big stretch here, Volcano Pose. On an exhale, ground down
through the shoulders. Once again, see if you can
activate the upper back body. For me it helps to take a
big beach ball overhead here, rather than being really narrow. Inhale in. Exhale, bend the elbows. Lift your heart. Soft knees here. Slight back bend as you
open through the chest. Look up, then inhale. Find that containment in the torso again as you reach up volcano. Exhale, palms come together. Soft bend in the knees. Bend at the waist and
take it all the way down. Slow to start here, so nice and easy. Move with your breath. Inhale, halfway lift. Your version, so palms
on the tops of the thighs I recommend, or the shins,
or fingertips on the mat. Enjoy your practice. Inhale, find length. Long, beautiful neck. Remember that hovering
move we did on all fours. Pull the elbows back and once again, activate the upper back body. On your next exhale, slide it down. Reach for the sky. Press into all four corners of the feet. Spread the fingertips super wide, hands like starfish here
as we reach for the sky. Lift the toes, maybe activate. Awesome, and then exhale. Hands to the heart. Great. I’m gonna bring my feet together now, but you can keep yours hip width apart. Yogi’s choice. Listen to your body. Listen to your heart. Inhale. Exhale, relax the shoulders down. Inhale, reach for the sky. Exhale, bend the elbows, thumbs back, pinkies forward, soft bend in the knees as we open through the chest. Lift the chin. Inhale, back to center. Hug the lower ribs in. Exhale, down we go. Forward fold. Inhale, halfway lift. Go through your checklist, and then exhale all the way down. This time, plant the
palms, bend the knees. We’re gonna slide the right
toes back, followed by the left. Come into our first plank pose together. Don’t panic. Spread the palms super wide. Move through your action points,
hugging the lower ribs in, spiking the heels towards the back. Hips aren’t sinking down, but really, we’re trying to create
one nice, long piece from the crown to the tail,
and from the hips to the heels. One more breath here, you’ve got it. And then on an exhale,
slowly lower the knees. Cross the ankles. Hug the elbows into the
side body and gaze forward. Hug the lower belly in
as you slowly lower down all the way to the belly, and inhale, lift up, Baby Cobra. So take a second here
to pull the elbows back. Press into your foundation. And if you’re looking
at the video, no prob, but go ahead and take your gaze forward when you’re ready, and just notice if you’re kind of clenching
in the back of the neck. So tuck the chin, or send
your gaze down a little bit, and find length through
the back of the neck. Warming up the muscles of the back body, big breath in. Big breath out. One more big breath in here. And then use your exhale
to slowly release. Curl the toes under. Press all the way back up to plank. You can also come to all fours here and lift up from the tail. Otherwise if you’re in
plank, hug the low ribs in. Send the hips up high, and we’ll meet in Downward-Facing Dog. Inhale in. Exhale out. Drive the heels towards the earth. They don’t have to come
anywhere close to touching, just that action. Great. Drop the left heel when you’re ready. Inhale, lift the left leg up high. Exhale, nose to knee, rounding forward. Then step it up into a lunge. Lower the back knee. Take your time. Make sure you’re not on a
tightrope, but two skis here, and then front knee over front ankle. Just take a second here
to stretch, to breathe. Relax the shoulders, and then notice if you’re kind of rounding here or crouching over in the upper back body. Find length. Activate the upper back body once again. If you need a little more,
walk the left knee back. If you need a little less, walk it up. Big breaths. If you need a little extra padding here, you can double up on the mat or always use a blanket or a towel. Now, connect to your center. Light a little fire in
your belly, and release the fingertips and
bring them up to the top of that right thigh. Come out of the pose a little bit, and then find nice support here, hugging the inner thighs to the mid line, and breathing deep. Great. Back toes stay curled under if you want. I recommend undoing them
so I can find a nice strong root here, because I’m gonna send the fingertips forward, up, and back. Maybe you sink a little deeper, tug back through the right hip crease. Lengthen tailbone down. Big beach ball overhead,
activate the upper back body. Then right hand’s gonna
grab the left wrist. Think up and over. Squeeze the inner thighs to the mid line as you send your left
fingertips to the right. Try to draw your right shoulder towards your front knee
and smile and breathe. Big stretch here. Inhale. Lift the chin slightly. Exhale. Back to center. We’re gonna open the
heart up towards the left almost like Warrior II, and
then I’m gonna take this action and keep turning as I bring my left toes to the right side of the mat. You can also do this with
fingertips on the ground for more stability. And I’m moving into a
Gate Pose variation here. So sending my left hand down to a block or to the earth. Straightening through the front leg, and then when you’re ready, opening up through the right arm. Now remember that extension,
that fire that we lit from the crown to the tail, so my neck is not hanging
here, but I’m nice and long, shoulders tugging away. Breathe deep here. (deep breathing) Last but not least, we can
take the right fingertips and bring them all the way up and forward, or towards what was the
back edge of your mat here. Big breath. To come out of the posture,
we’ll round through, drawing navel to spine,
so connect to your center. Rounding through, using
the fingertips like spiders to crawl all the way back to the front. Can you tell I used to teach kids yoga? It was like spider fingers all the time. Back to your nice low lunge. Great. Inhale, look forward. Exhale, plant the palms. Step it back. Come back to that plank
pose, nice and strong. This time, we’re gonna
keep the knees lifted, but you know that’s always an option that you can lower them. We’re gonna shift forward. Hug the elbows into the side body. Come all the way down to Cobra, or hover here, Chaturanga. Lifting up, inhale. Upward-Facing Dog, or
again, you have your Cobra. On an exhale, we meet Downward-Facing Dog. Always an option to pause
and stop on all fours, or send it straight up from
Down Dog from your plank. You got it. So lots of options in the
vinyasa here for you today. All right, here we go. Dropping the right heel down, inhale, lift the left leg up high. Exhale, nose to knee, rounding through. Cultivate strength. Step it up into your lunge, and then lower the right knee down. Front knee over front ankle. You’ve got this. Notice if you’re putting a ton of weight under your fingertips right away. See if you can start to
activate, engage that energy from the pelvic floor all
the way up through the spine. Stretch here, breathe. If you need more, walk
that right knee back. If you need less, walk it up. Check front knee over front ankle. Open your heart. Breathe breathe breathe. (deep breathing) Then when you’re ready,
find a nice grounding sensation in the back foot. So you can keep the toes curled under. I’ve received feedback that sometimes this is more stable for others, but this is more stable for me. Foot down. When you’re ready, reach
the arms all the way up and overhead. Go ahead and come up out of the pose, especially if you’re
super flexible and bendy. Go ahead and come out so that you can find that connect of pulling
left hip crease back. Stacking it up, finding your containment, your support, and then reaching fingertips up and overhead. Big breathes here, maybe
big beach ball overhead. Then hug the inner thighs to the mid line. Really squeeze, almost as
if you’re trying to lift up from center. Scissoring effect with the legs, and then we’ll take the
left hand this time, grab the right wrist, think up and over. Hug the lower ribs in and create space as you tilt to the left. Left shoulder slides forward. Open your heart. Lift your chin and keep breathing. (deep breathing) Beautiful. One more breath here, you got it. And then slowly we’ll
bring the heart back up, and we’re just gonna open soft fingertips towards the right. Okay, you can use
fingertips on the earth here for more support, and slowly we’ll swing the right toes towards the left side of the mat and make our way to the back edge. Right palm comes to the earth right underneath that shoulder. We straighten through the front leg and when you’re ready, open it up. Big breaths. Staying connected through the feet. And when you’re ready,
you might just stay here, or we’ll take the left fingertips all the way up and overhead. Keep this left shoulder plugging in. Remember, upper back body
nice and activated today throughout our practice. (deep breathing) Big breath in, and listen to my voice. If you can’t see the video, I got you. Draw the navel in. Hug the lower ribs in. Begin to soften through both knees. Left hand comes to the
ground and we walk our hands, or those spider fingers, all
the way back to the front. Find your nice little lunge stretch. Inhale, smile. Exhale, release. Palms come to the mat. Walk the left knee back
in line with the right. Maybe you stay on the knees here, or maybe you curl the toes under and come back up to your plank. More through a vinyasa
that feels good for you. You can always skip the vinyasa. Moving with your breath. Inhale, Upward-Facing Dog or Cobra. And then exhale, Downward-Facing Dog. So now the body is starting
to get a little warm. We can find a little extra
movement here in Dog Down. We can also find a grand stillness, so it’s just whatever your
body is needing today. Play mix and match. Stick with your breath. Inhale, look forward. Exhale, bend the knees. Hop, float, jump to
the top, or simply step one foot behind the hand. Rag Doll. Inhale, halfway lift. Nice flat back. Exhale, soften and bow. Inhale, bend the knees. Reach for the sky, big
full body stretch here, and exhale, hands to heart. Close your eyes. Take a second to observe the breath. Here we go. Soft knees, inhale, reach for the sky. Exhale, forward fold. Inhale, halfway lift. Stick with me. Exhale, bow. Bend the knees. Step or hop it back. Plank. More through vinyasa belly to Cobra or Chaturanga, to Upward-Facing Dog. Take your time. No rush. We meet in Downward-Facing
Dog, hips up high. Pressing into the fleshy
part between the index finger and the thumb, drawing the
shoulders away from the ears. Turn the two big toes in slightly, just to find that inner thigh rotation spiraling out towards the
back edge of your mat. Sitz bones, sitz bones. Shining left to right. Shake the head a little yes, a little no, and then when you’re
ready, drag the left heel down towards the earth. Bend the right knee in towards center. Here we go. Big inhale. Straighten the right leg. Lift it up. Keep the hips level, and
then nose to knee once again, rounding through on your exhale. Great, step it up. This time, high lunge. So we find nice grounding
through our feet, so find your footing
before you roll it up. is what I’m trying to say. Front knee over front
ankle, and then connect to your center. Roll it up, nice high lunge. So sometimes we rush it. We get up here and then we’re
trying to find our footing, and it’s like, oh. So find your footing first,
and then roll it up strong. Big breath in. Reach up, big beach ball overhead. Squeeze the inner thighs together. On an exhale, we’re gonna
take it to the right. Right fingertips are gonna go behind us. We twist to the right. Right hip crease is pulling back gently and lengthening the tailbone down. You can always lower on
your back knee for this and it looks like this. Big breath in. Big breath out. Turn the right thumb and inhale. Send the right fingertips right thumb down towards the earth, left
fingertips up high. You might grab the outer
edge of your leg here. Front knee over front ankle. Inhale in. Exhale. Pivot on the back foot. We’re gonna open up,
Warrior II, to the left. Find strong Warrior II legs here. Front heel in line with the back arch, and lengthen tailbone down. Deep stretch in the legs. Go for the gold here. Strong alignment, strong action. Strong focus on your breath. Flip the right palm. Inhale, deep into that front
knee as you reach forward, up, and back. Peaceful Warrior. And then all the way to
Extended Side Angle here, nice and slow. Right elbow on the top of the right thigh. Left fingertips all the
way up towards the sky. You might take right
fingertips all the way down. Find a little leverage here. Connect to your core. So don’t collapse into the earth here, but really work to integrate belly. Inhale in. Exhale all the way back
to Peaceful Warrior. Find something new. And then all the way back to your lunge, cartwheeling all the way back. Plant the palms, pivot on the feet, and we’ll slide the
right toes back to plank. Move through a vinyasa. Move with your breath. Find what feels good. (deep breathing) From Down Dog, we’ll take a big inhale in, and a big exhale out through the mouth. Let it go. Great, drop the right heel this time. Bend the left knee in towards center. Press into both palms evenly,
and when you’re ready, straightening through
the left leg, inhale. Lift it up. Exhale, nose to knee. Connect to your power, your Shakti. Step it up, nice and light. Beautiful, and high
lunge on the other side. Take your time. Plant your feet. Gather your energy. And then drawing energy
up from the earth here, high lunge. Send the fingertips up high. Remember we can always
lower that back knee here. Big beach ball up and overhead. Breathe deep. Inhale, lift your heart. Think up and over. Exhale. Send it to the left, left
fingertips back, we twist. Breathe into your belly. Relax your shoulders down. And then turn the left thumb
down, just temporarily, and send the right fingertips
all the way up and overhead. Left thumb continues down,
and we find big stretch here. Inhale, lift the heart. Beautiful, beautiful. Here we go, Warrior II. Inhale. Exhale. Slowly unravel. Pivot on the back foot. Stay connected to your center,
and we open up to the right. Awesome work everyone. Sink deep in, and when
you’re ready, smile. Flip the left palm up. Inhale. Reach forward, up and back. Peaceful Warrior. And Extended Side Angle, nice and slow. Stay connected to your belly. So draw the navel in, hug the
lower ribs in, and open up. Right fingertips to the sky. Shoulder blades are drawing together here, really activating through
the upper back body. Feel free to release left
fingertips to the ground. Big breath. And back to Peaceful Warrior here. Front knee over front ankle. Reach. Then cartwheeling all the way back down. Awesome work. Plant the palms. Move through your vinyasa,
nice and slow and steady with the breath. Hips up high, heart melts back. Inhale, look forward. Exhale, walk, hop, or jump to the top. Inhale, halfway lift. Exhale, soften and bow. Inhale, reach for the sky. Press into your feet. Exhale, hands to heart. Take a hot second here. Close your eyes. Life is good. Listen to your body. Notice how you feel. Remember your intention. Remember what called
you to your mat today. Stay open. Soft knees. Open the eyes. Inhale, reach for the sky. Exhale, down you go. Take up space this time. Inhale, halfway lift, long beautiful neck. Exhale, soften and bow. Bend the knees. Plant the palms. Maybe this time you hop
the back, Chaturanga. Lowering belly to Cobra, or Up Dog. We’ll meet in Downward-Facing Dog. Just have fun, giving
yourself options to play. Be soft in your body. Here we go. Dropping the left heel, inhale,
lift the right leg up high. Soften the skin of the
face as you take right knee to right elbow. Try to touch it here. Upper body is in plank. Inhale, Three-Legged Dog. Cross it over. So no tension in the face here. Soft and easy, kissing
right knee to left elbow. Inhale, lift it up. Nose to knee, carving through. And step it up into your lunge. Once again, high lunge
here, big breath in. Moving with the breath, inhale. Big exhale takes you to the right. Big twist. Inhale. Reach left fingertips up and overhead. And exhale. Open, Warrior II. Inhale, Peaceful Warrior. Reach forward, up, and back. And exhale, Extended Side Angle. Inhale, Peaceful Warrior. Exhale all the way back to your lunge. Take your time. Plant the palms. Slide the right toes back,
and move through your flow. From Downward-Facing
Dog, take a deep inhale in through the nose. Big lion’s breath, tongue out. (exhaling) Drop the right heel. Keep the skin of the face
soft and easy as you inhale. Lift the left leg up high. Bend the left knee. Left knee to left elbow. Here we go. Cultivate strength. Connect to your power. Gaze straight down. Inhale, Three-Legged Dog. Exhale, left knee to right elbow. Inhale, Three-Legged Dog. Press into the index finger. Now carve a line through center. Navel draws up, nose to knee. Hollow through the upper back body. Then step it up. High lunge on a big inhale. Find your foundation. Inhale. Exhale, twist to the left. Pull the left hip crease back. Keep it soft. Inhale, right fingertips
reach up and back. And exhale, Warrior II to the right. Beautiful. Here we go, Peaceful Warrior. Inhale, reaching forward, up, and back. Move with your breath. Exhale, Extended Side Angle. Inhale, Peaceful Warrior. And exhale, all the way
back down to your lunge. Plant the palms. Step the left toes back. Move through a vinyasa. You can always skip it. You can always take Child’s Pose. We meet in Downward-Facing Dog. (breathing) Beautiful. Inhale, look forward. Bend the knees. Lift the heels. Find a little buoyancy. Inhale in. Exhale, hop to the top, or step right up. Take a forward fold here,
and we’re gonna be here for three breaths. So it’s yogi’s choice here. You can really interlace the fingertips behind the calves, bend
the elbows left to right, and activate, or you can use
this as a soft resting posture. Soften the fingers. Make sure you’re not holding
onto the head or neck. Beautiful. Then everyone, bend your knees. Bend your knees so that
your knees are stacked over the ankles, or that’s the intention, and send your hips back. And swing the fingertips back, and then forward as you inhale. Lift, hey plant, lift
the heart, Utkatasana. So release any gripping
in the neck, the face. Try to keep it soft. You might even open the
palms a little bit here. Send the hips back even more. Beautiful. Sternum lifts to the thumbs. We inhale. And exhale, Prayer Twist, Seated Prayer Twist, or
Utkatasana Prayer Twist. (laughs) Outer edge of the left
arm to the right knee, or right thigh. Sink deep here. Strong breath. Then find length, as you maybe
open up to the right side. Breathing deep. And then on an exhale, your
exhale, release back to center. Straighten the legs. Inhale. Halfway lift. And exhale, soften and bow. Again on the other side. Once again, take your time. I’m gonna give you a
little second to breathe. Whenever you’re ready, bending the knees, sending the hips back. Take your time today. Soft and easy. Swing the fingertips back,
and then with control forward as we open the heart. Big breath in. What’s up, plant? Open the chest. Palms come together,
Anjali Mudra at the heart. We lift sternum to thumbs. And then think up and over, as you take your Prayer Twist on the other side. So take your belly with you. Draw it up. Open the heart towards the left, and sink a little bit deeper. Soft and easy in the
sensory organs and muscles. Soft, no gripping. Breathing deep. And then on an exhale,
be true to your breath, take it back, forward fold. Gosh, my legs are tired from other yogas. So be kind of yourself. When you’re ready, inhale, halfway lift. Exhale, soften and bow. Tuck the chin into the chest,
and Rag Doll once again all the way up. Take your time. As the heart lifts, loop the
shoulders a couple times. And draw big circles with the nose, one way and then the other. And then when you’re
ready, we’ll come to stand in the center of your mat. So hands come to the waistline here. We sit up nice and tall,
little super hero posture here as you open through the chest. Now would be a great time to take a little sip of water if you want, or wipe thy sweat off thy brow. And then we’ll meet with
the legs nice and wide, so just take a second
to catch your breath, and then we’ll meet here in a nice wide-legged standing posture. Taking the big toes in,
and really activating through the outer edges
of the feet super strong. Hands are still at the waistline. We lift up from the pelvic floor. So we’re not just hanging
out here in our joints, but we’re really drawing energy up, hugging the muscle to the bone. Lengthen tailbone down. Think upward current of
energy through the front body, and nice grounding energy
through the back body. Then once again, activate
the upper back body, those muscles. Draw the shoulder blades together. Lift your chest even more. Then slowly, we’ll send
the tail towards the back, crown of the head towards the front. Hug the lower ribs in. Keep this knitted together, strong, as you come to a nice flat back. You might have to adjust your feet. Tuck the chin into the chest. Take one deep breath here. Elbows, try to draw
back towards each other, and then slowly but surely
we’ll release the fingertips, either to a block, a
chair, or to the earth. Big breath in. Big breath out. Walk the left fingertips to the center, right below your chin,
maybe left palm, and inhale. Pull an imaginary bow and arrow all the way up towards the sky. Open your heart towards the right. Inhale, reach up. Exhale, slow and steady here. Right hand replaces the left. And same thing, pulling up
through your bow and arrow all the way up towards the sky. Big stretch, inhale. And exhale, release. Awesome. Walk the palms back
underneath the shoulders, and you either stay
here for three breaths, or you walk the palms, slowly moving into the full posture,
Wide-Legged Forward Fold. You walk the palms in line
with the arches of the feet. Draw energy up through the
inseam here of your leg. And maybe in time, we can
get the crown of the head coming down towards a
block or towards the earth. Take a moment to reconnect
with your breath here. We have a Foundations of
Yoga for this posture. I highly recommend it. (deep breathing) Connect to your center. Uddiyana Bandha, draw the navel in and up. From there, we’ll press into
the outer edges of the feet and slowly begin to make our way back. Fingertips back underneath the shoulders, soft bend in the knees. And then here we go. Send one hand to the
waistline, then the other, and slowly we roll up. Sweet. Hands are on the waistline. One leg at a time, I’m
gonna draw the heel in. Bring the heel in, then toe, and this is that very fancy yoga term called heel toe heel toe. You might hear it sometimes. I’m just gonna draw my
legs in just a little bit, so they’re not right
underneath the shoulders but just a little bit wider. Toes pointing out, heels pointing in. Big breath in. Again, think upward current of energy through the front body,
grounding through the back as you bend your knees. Now, knees are gonna want to splay in, so I’m gonna ground through
all four corners of the feet. Tops of the thighs roll out and down. So you can even use your hands to kind of play with the pelvis here,
lengthening the tailbone down. So I try to not say
tuck the pelvis anymore because I would do that
and tighten my glutes. So see if you can just
lengthen the tailbone down and keep it soft. Maybe even a little sway here. It’s a little dorky but, getting that Shakti going on here. And definitely a powerful
heating pose here as we prepare for Goddess Pose. Sometimes it’s called Horse Pose. Also a really great
Foundations of Yoga video, that posture is, so go check it out. Okay, and then hands
can sit on the waistline or we’ll draw the palms
together at the heart, active elbows. So instead of being here, really pressing the palms together, active
elbows, left to right. Wah wah wah! Shakti. Sink a little lower if
you’re feeling brave. Make sure you can see your front big toes. As opposed to your back big toes? (laughs) Inhale, lift your sternum to your thumbs. Legs are working hard. We’re not gonna be here for long. Head over heart, heart over pelvis. Breathing deep. Maybe even you soften your
gaze or close your eyes here for a second. Then interlace the fingertips. Press the palms forward, up and back, and sink a little lower
here as you inhale in. Exhale, bend at the elbows. Cactus arms, Goddess Pose here. Press back with your palms. Lift your heart. Inhale in. And exhale, straighten the legs. Awesome work. Take a second to find a nice long exhale. If you’re feeling brave, a
lion’s breath. (exhaling) Once again, fancy move, whoa. Whoa. Heel toe heel toe. That’s why you should do it one at a time, and not together like I just did. Heel toe heel toe the feet back together, or you can also hop back to center. We’ll find a nice Samasthiti here, so feet really really together. Lift the toes. Ground down. And after this beautiful leg work, just draw energy up here, and come into a nice still Mountain Pose. Yogi’s choice, what do you
want to do with the hands? So, on the belly, on the heart. Namaste. Make a choice, right? And see what feels good here. And when you have made a choice, close your eyes and soften
the skin of the face. Notice how you feel. Then nice and slow, feet
stay exactly where they are. You don’t even have to
open your eyes for this. We’ll inhale, reach for
the sky, all the way up. Bend the elbows and exhale. Float down, soft and easy. Inhale, to lift up halfway. And exhale, melting it down. Beautiful. From here, we’re gonna bring
the fingertips to the mat, and bend the knees generously, slowly coming into a little bowl here, rounding through the spine. We’re just kind of
neutralizing through the spine. Bending at the knee, chin to chest. (deep breathing) And then using the fingertips,
we’ll slowly bring it back. Come to seated, nice and slow. Soles of the feet will come
together, knees nice and wide. Hands to the ankles, and we loop the shoulders,
sit up nice and tall, Cobber’s Pose, Baddha Konasana. So allow the shape to just kind of reside in the gravity,
but allow your energy to be what’s really precious here, drawing energy up through
that center channel, the palm line, grounding energy down through the tops of the thighs. And then when you’re
ready, you’re gonna release the hands, and draw them underneath the calf or the ankle here. Inhale in, connect to your core, and on an exhale, we’re
just gonna rock back just a little bit and lift the legs. Arms are gonna come underneath here. So first variation is
to bring index finger and thumb together. Keep the chest lifting, so
heart is really lifting up towards the sky. That’s why we need our energy up through that center line. And then the heels can come together here, and we’re gonna spread the toes out wide. So instead of doing the vasana today, we’re just doing a little
more of a creative version of core strengthener,
lifting up through the chest. If this is not available
to you, you can work here. Here. So, a little Lotus Core
here, looping the shoulders, lifting the heart. Breathing deep. Lift the toes a little bit higher. Lift your heart a little bit more. Beautiful. And then slow, controlled
movement to release. So first, the hands are gonna release, palms together, at the heart. Namaste. Knees come together. Inhale. Exhale, send the right leg out. Right elbow to left knee. Keep your heart lifted, soft and easy. Think goddess, or god in the front body. And then back to center. Inhale. And exhale, crossing over. And that’s it. Back to center, nice and slow. Take the hands behind the legs here. Cross the ankles. Sit up nice and tall. Inhale, lift your heart. Exhale, twist to the left. Inhale, lift and lengthen. Exhale, twist. One more time. Soften your gaze or close your eyes. Inhale, lift and lengthen. And exhale, twist. Great, unravel back to center. Big breath in. Exhale, twist to the right. Don’t crank. Inhale, lift and lengthen. Exhale, explore the twist. And one more. Light in the back fingertips. Inhale. Beautiful. Unravel it back. Send the legs out long, and slowly come onto your back, nice and slow. When you get there, take
a big full body stretch. Should feel awesome. Spread the fingertips. Spread the toes. And then on an exhale,
fingertips come down. We’ll plant the palms,
and we’re gonna slide the left leg up, so the left
knee’s up towards the sky, and just a little Figure Four here, a little reclined One-Legged Pigeon. So send the right leg up high. Cross right ankle over the left. Thread the needle here,
lifting the legs up, and today we’re gonna press the left foot firmly into an imaginary wall here as you squeeze the legs
up towards your chest. Commission your right elbow if it’s there to help, pressing that thigh out. And then soften the skin of the face. Close your eyes and breathe deeply. (sigh) Great. Inhale. Ground the shoulders down. Exhale, lift the nose
up towards your shin. Inhale, release. Exhale, letting go. We’ll switch to the other side. Take your time. (deep breathing) Whenever you’re ready, left leg up high. Cross left ankle over the
top of the right thigh. Thread the needle here. Left fingertips go through the hole, and we find that flexion
in the right foot here as we squeeze legs up towards the heart. Close your eyes and enjoy. And then inhale. Relax your shoulders down. Exhale. Peel the nose up. Inhale. Head back down. And exhale, release. Unravel the legs here. Take a second to just open the arms wide, big T shape here. And we’re just gonna
windshield wiper the legs to one side and then the other, so get a nice little
massage in the glutes. Also nice opening through the hip crease. Just take it to the left. Let it relax there for a couple breaths. If you want, you can take the left ankle, cross it over the top of the right thigh. If it feels okay, not
directly on the knee, but on the thigh, and
give it a little more. There. Mindful of the knee, so
brighten your right foot as you release. Come back through center. And then, windshield wiper
to the opposite side. Close your eyes. Start to cool it down. Give thanks for this moment, thanks for your body. We don’t have much longer left on the mat, so I advise you, encourage you, invite you to stick with your
breath, your life force. Definitely cleaning out some of the old, stagnant energy with today’s practice. So filling up with fresh air, and using the exhale to wash away anything that is not serving
you, any stagnant energy. Slowly releasing back to center. Walk the heels up towards the sitz bones, and bring the hands
back down at your side. Palms press into the earth. Inhale. Exhale, ground through the feet. Inhale, lifting up from the tail, press into all four corners of the feet. Try to send your sitz bones
towards the backs of your knees. So forward towards the
backs of your knees, rather than up towards the sky. Bridge Pose. Snuggle the shoulder blades
underneath the heart space. Interlace the fingertips
super strong, my friends, and breathe deep. Squeezing your thighs towards each other, imagine you have a block
between your inner thighs. Again, tailbone towards
the backs of the knees, and then lift your chest to your chin, and then lift your chin towards the sky. It should feel awesome in the upper back. Lift your chest to the chin,
your chin towards the sky. One more big breath in here. Press your pinkies down. And then exhale, releasing
the fingertips with control, and slowly lowering down one
single vertebrae at a time. Once the hips land, I
pass the baton to you. Find what feels good here,
maybe taking the palms to the knees, and then
taking the knees out long. Maybe you take a Happy Baby here. Recline to Cobbler’s Pose. Or if Wheel is in your practice,
you might come into Wheel, back bent. Plow Pose, another 15 seconds of core, maybe with some yogi bicycle. So take one last moment to
ask yourself what you need to fulfill that in body. And then we will meet in our final and most precious posture, Shavasana, legs extended out long, arms resting gently at your sides. So take your time getting there. No rush at all. So I’m just suggesting
things here for your ending. On VHX we have extended endings, so a lot of people request that, and that’s nice just to kind of guide you and help keep you grounded so that you are restoring after your practice. Take a second to close your eyes and allow for this moment of stillness. It’s very easy to skip this part, so I invite you to take this and enjoy it. Relish in it. Allow your breath to return
back to its natural rhythm. So you no longer have to
put any force or action behind your breath. Just let it flow. If you can, spend a
little bit of time here allowing the nutrients of your practice to settle in, to seep in. Allowing the body to grow soft and heavy. And the meridians, the energy in the body we call the noddies in yoga. Not naughties, but noddies. Allowing them to find a balance, this energy. Thank you so much for sharing your time and your energy and your practice with me, and with the rest of the
Yoga with Adriene community. If you made it this far
through this practice, you are my hero. From my heart to yours, take good care. Namaste. (upbeat music)

100 thoughts on “Shakti Power Flow – Yoga With Adriene”

  1. I was going to opt for an easier one tonight but so glad I stuck with the reset sequence. Wow. Feel amazing. Thank you Adriene. 🙏🏻 😊

  2. It tooks me all my courage to start this looong practice. But now that i'm done… I mean , WOW 😍 THANKS Adriene

  3. I absolutely loved this practice – made me realise that I have been doing too many 30 minute or less practices (more longer sessions please!) and that it's time to extend the duration and increase my stamina. I'm now refreshed and revitalised and ready for the day! Thank you Adriene x

  4. “When I say feminine energy, I’m not just talking about like, ‘Hey girl, hey!’” Brilliant! Loved this longer practice! ✌️

  5. What a beautiful day to be introduced to my cosmic energy – International Day of Happiness. The joy in me shines to the joy in all of you! Have a happy day 🙏

  6. Dear Adrienne, I just wanted to reach out and thank you for providing this free yoga practice. I have been following you yoga calendars since the beginning of 2019 and I have never felt better about my own body and my mindset. I have already lost some weight, which is really secondary to my all over health, but I would never have imagined that I could land in such a state of mind.
    I would never be able to afford full yoga classes in the quality that you offer and I am so grateful for your energy in my life. Thank you again for being a great teacher of self love. Namaste!

  7. Okay I have not done this yet and I am kinda scared since "Power Flow" sounds hella demanding and exhausting and it's pretty long but I decided to just try and start and if I really can't get through this, I can still do a shorter one. I'll just try before I decide I can't do it.
    Update: I made it through but with a nap in the middle, I'm so incredibly low on energy at the moment. 😪

  8. This was tough on me, especially because of the length and how I’m not good at long term focus. But still powered through.

  9. I just LOVED this! I am realizing that flows are among my favourite classes 🙂 I am feeling my body doing things that I did not think it would be able to do until just a few months ago. Thank you!

  10. Wow, Adriene…this one had me sweating! It's amazing seeing how your body and stamina develops when you perform longer more powerful practices like this one. When I saw it was 56 mins long, I was reluctant to press play, but now I've finished it, I feel amazing! Thank you again for the reset! Namaste – Beth xoxo

  11. I did this practice from the March calendar today. It was a goodie. Powerful. Strong. At almost 60, I did it. But it was challenging. 🙏

  12. Wow what a sweaty practice, every time I was shaking I used my breath to help me out 🙂 I feel rejuvenated, after a tiring day I found a pool of energy I didn't believe was here. I'm so happy, thank you so so so much !!!! <3 Namaste, love

  13. Guys I got my butt kicked ten different ways today like my mind was stoked but my body gave out and I had to keep fighting with my thoughts and body to keep going, I got frustrated then tired and weak the angry but I finished it and I didn't quit so here's to sticking with it thank you Adriene for challenging and encouraging us daily love yuh and Namaste Everyone 💗💕💞💖🙏🙏

  14. Hola Adriene, como estás? Hoy Marzo 20, 2019 empieza Primavera!! Esta práctica fue dura pero me gusto!…No 🚲 hoy creo que 1 hora de Yoga es suficiente. Si Beto gana la Presidencia…ME MUEVO A AUSTIN!!! En serio..😆

  15. My shaky legs thank you for this empowering practice! As it was getting late in the day, I was reluctant to start such a long video but I am so glad I did ❤️ Continuing strong with March Reset!

  16. Hey! Don’t be dissing on Return of The Mack my friend! Another great practice, Adriene. I’m loving following your calendar and I will certainly credit you when I make name for myself in martial arts and fitness. You’re a huge part of my training and growth.

  17. I was about to skip today's session after seeing the time. But I noticed that anxious feeling that I usually feel when I do things carelessly creeping. So I pressed play and I sweated and took deep breaths and that feeling is gone. And the time is too. Thank you!

  18. Wow, I was tired and reluctant but it did the trick…I am full of energy now and proper powered up. Day 30 of Dedicate was yesterday for me so thankyou for this….Im in, you got me…and wearing my new Benji Tee all the way from Texas to celebrate!!

  19. Dear Adriene, I wanted to say thanks to you for such a long time now. I guess two years ago I did Yoga with you for the first time and quite irregulary I came back to it and you always were kind of the guide to my true self when I needed it. In January I did the Dedicate Practice with you and many others and it changed my life in a very decent beautiful way to be with myself, because I take time to truly listen. Sometimes. And sometimes not and that is okay 🙂
    Now I find my way back to the matt almost every day and I found a way of healing parts of deep depression in me while I found a beautiful way of giving myself massage and to be my breath.
    You inspire me in so many ways. To my sister I call you my Yogaangel.
    May the longtime sun shine upon you. All love surround you. And the pure light within you guide your way on. <3

  20. I actually didn’t have time yesterday to do this routine because I’ve been run down and had a little time to spare before work so I did Salud from last March plan. I’ll have to do this one sometime too. I’ve never tried it.

  21. Gosh this practice made my legs wobble & definitely warmed me up. Thanks Adriene for this challenge – I enjoyed the build up, the twists, the intensity & the warm down. Very satisfying sense of achievement on completion! xx

  22. Totally felt this my legs were wobbly. Note to self don’t walk 3 miles before 56 minute practice 😂

  23. I did this one today and oh dear what a practice it was… I could feel my heart rate go up at times and it had me sweating 😍
    That bit: right leg in front and twisting to the right was confusing. I had to check twice to be sure that I was twisting correctly and oh dear it was hard…but it got better 💓
    Thank you Adriene and team 😘

  24. Oh, man. Was this a hard one for me to even start. I had been avoiding it like the plague since I saw it come up on the Reset calendar for last Wednesday’s practice. The runtime got in my head, and I had a hard time letting go. Even when I started it today, I wanted to turn it off. Not sure why I responded this way. I’m so glad I stuck with it, though. Such a powerful practice. Thank you, Adriene, for giving me just what my body needed, even though my mind was trying to sabotage it. Lol! ❤️

  25. This is the longest practice I've ever done, at home, and I'm so proud of myself for sticking through it. I sometimes had the thought of "taking a break", but I felt it wasn't necessary, that my doubts were tryings to convince me to "give up". But I'm so glad I didn't. I didn't push my body too far, I listened to it, and even though it was tiring, I feel so energised and alive. Thank you, so much, Adriene ! I can't wait to try my hands at new challenges ~

  26. Greetings Queen. This was like a spine spa treatment. Body is overflowing with soothing prana. PLEASE do more shakti power flows for us, weary adjuncts, bogged down in ungraded papers and anxious students lol THANK YOU, and may God continue to strengthen, bless and keep you.

  27. Feeling so good after this practice! 🙂 Today I realized that I should try longer video practices, thank you Adriene! Looking forward to a new calendar for April! NAMASTE <3

  28. Wow. This is only the second time in almost two years of daily practice that ive completed a practice of this length and im proud of myself. Its also the first time i managed to touch knee to elbow when we were flowing in 3 legged dog! Thanks Adriene, namaste 😊

  29. Hey Adriene, first off, thank you for re-introducing me to yoga and changing my negative mindset towards what yoga is about.
    I'm naturally fairly flexible, however following an ACL reconstructive surgery (in mid rehab stage) I'm struggling with weighted knee flexion (ie Yogi squat, child's pose, cobblers) on the left. Do you have any advice/sequences that could help me return to being able to complete these poses? Thank you (:

  30. You are my hero Adrienne!! .I have had so much self anger and sadness lately.The best revenge for people that have hurt me emotionally,Is The Power of Yoga!..Thank you,Namaste and Peace.

  31. Mama say mama say your story says it all Adriene and Benji you both are the cool🌹🌹🧘‍♂️Love always

  32. Omg I miss this video!!!! I miss you doing longer yoga videos like this! I have been doing your more recent ones and doing 2 or 3 in a row to try to get a good workout and it is not the same! I’m going to have to hit up the couple a years ago videos because I was in better shape then… Please do a yoga throwback like this one GIRL!!! FULL BEACH BALL!!! ✌🏼🏖 tell Benji I said aloha 🏄🏽‍♀️

  33. How can anyone thumb down this video?

    I just did this in out on the back deck of my boat and the sun came out..

    Thank you Adriene you rock 🙂

  34. Thank you for your emphasis on foundations and form. It’s easy to do it quickly without doing it correctly, and I’m trying to remind myself that form is most important

  35. Hi mate. Bonjour! I’m From New Caledonia so we’re neighboors. I reckon you are really made for yoga and to pass it on. Namaskar! I love to see your peacefull dog on the video, so zen. If you organize some training in Aussie, please let me know. I’m on messenger and my name is Karine Tisiot. Merci beaucoup!

  36. Switched this sequence with tomorow bc of a heat wave (would have been way too sweaty tomorow) and it was till hard with these hot temperatures, even at 8 am. BUT, I'm so glad I did it and not skip these few days of toasting! HARD BUT GOOD with a sense of relief. Namaste

  37. today i had to take a little break after 30 minutes – an improvement on last week when i would take a little break at 20 mins in, and then before that (a few years ago now) when i took breaks after 10 mins! thank you for this month's calendar. i was a bit intimidated at first and i haven't done every single day because of travelling and hormonal stuff BUT i still feel SO MUCH STRONGER. i've realised that i would so often say to myself 'i want to feel stronger', but then this month has made me realise it's not that hard, that i CAN do the more "challenging" yoga (not just restorative all the time).i used to find aerobic activity difficult because it reminded me of a panic attack and then i would just get anxious, but i am getting past that now! i look forward to being out of breath and sweaty almost every day!!!

  38. Question for Adriene or anyone! If you deem yourself fit without any pain or injury, does hopping it back to plank create any risk in hurting yourself? i.e. ankles/toes/feet landing the wrong way? Thanks in advance for any insight!

  39. This practice was a m a z i n g! I was feeling so joyful, present and mindful throughout every minute of it and now I'm feeling so refreshed. Thank you so much Adriene!

  40. An hour long yoga on England's hottest day of the year? Yes please! Definitely got my sweat on this in one!

  41. July 2019 Power day 25! Thank you Miss Adriene, Benji and everyone here with me. I look forward to coming here everyday. See y'all tomorrow! Namaste!

  42. Now this practice is my favorite! 😍 Definitely a must try to repeat over and over again! 💗 You start mindful and finish strong 🤩 Thank you so much Adriene and namaste 🙏🏻✨

  43. Really nice glow from the flow today. Winding down on the July 2019 playlist! This is a new record for consecutive days of yoga ✌️

  44. This was my second time doing this video and it is one of my favorite longer flows by YWA. Thanks for a great practice 🙂

  45. Honestly today I taught I would struggle but I didn't, not to say there were not challenging moments but in ever practice there will be challenging parts even if it's big or small, my energy and mind was a little more in tune with what I needed to practice today and I'm so grateful so here's to finding ease in the form and sticking with it.
    Guys is anyone's arch killing them cause mine is dying but it's usually dying 😉🤣, anyways hope everyone had a great practice or at least got through it and learned something new, thank u Adriene for this wonderful practice and making me smile at the end of this practice, much love to yuh and Namaste Everyone 💕💞💓💗💖❤💪🙏

  46. Thank you for providing such amazing practices over and over…you dear sweet Adriene are my hero, Namaste.

  47. What a fantastic practice! Thank you for raising my heart rate, stretching my muscles, and centering me for the day. I feel strong and ready to take on the day. Those that say yoga isn't exercise – I say it is so much more!!! Thank you for sharing your authentic self with all of us. Namaste.

  48. This was soooooo yummy !
    To be honest, I was a bit reluctant at first because of the length and power title (I really struggled through the empowerment one 😅) but this was PERFECT !
    It has become one of my favorites !
    Thank you so much Adriene. I say it every time but you can’t even start to imagine how grateful I am for what you do and give us.
    I always think of that butterfly effect. You know, YOU are making a big change in/to the world. Through us all who, maybe instead of being in a bad mood and carry some bad juju, will be happy and calm to deal with whatever comes our way. Then the person on the receiving end will be happy instead of stressed out and the snowball will keep rolling. I’m an incurable optimist. So thank you so much for making those tools available to us. And your smile and Benji’s are the beautiful cherries on top. And so much more !
    Namaste 🙏🏻💕

  49. I was intimidated by this long session but so glad I DID IT! After a frustrating day it was exactly what I needed to "melt away the day thus far". Thank you Adriene ❤🙏♎

  50. My ADD usually kicks in after a few youtube yoga videos then I move on to the next thing until i return within 6 months.. adriene changed this! I keep returning to her videos because she is authentic, homey and i get a great workout everytime. #uttanasanyyaaaaaaaaaaa

  51. Day 205 🤛🏾 This practice really gave me so much energy in this lazy Sunday and after seeing the insta stories from Red rocks gave me more motivation to attend future events hopefully 🙏🏾

  52. I was telling myself " will take it easy today with yoga practice " found this and my brain immediately went to " never mind lets have lots of fun ! " THANK YOU! I needed this after a long day, now i will sleep like a baby, ❤ Adriene you are the best !!!!

  53. I love power flows and this became my favorite flow video. Definitely will practice again. I love your videos Adriene, the longer ones especially. You really have a great energy and your guidance is really so good. Thank you, you are amazing.

  54. This is a wonderful practice now that I just got out of beginner phase. Thank you so much for helping me get into yoga this year. Did not realize how little strength I had until I built some muscle over the course of a few months with your yoga practice. Hands over heart, heart over pelvis is my mantra now when standing anywhere.

  55. AWESOME. I have been tired and sick for a few days, so wanted something to kickstart me back into my energy, and this practice was just the thing. Thoroughly enjoyable, another brilliantly constructed practice. Feeling my power again. Thank you.

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