Yoga For Your Butt and Thighs

Yoga For Your Butt and Thighs


What’s up everyone? Welcome to Yoga with Adriene.
Today we are in the park and we have a salacious, a salacious? I didn’t
mean to say that, I meant sizzling but I’m keep it. We have a salacious and sizzling, strengthening
practice for you. You asked for it. This is focusing on the lower body
today. We got yoga for your butt and yoga for your thighs. That’s right boys
and girls. You want it. You got it. You want it. So now we’re in the park
and you’re going to get it. Yoga for your butt and your thighs today. Let’s
hop on the mat and get moving. [music] All- righty my friends. Today we’re going
to begin at the head of our mat. Let’s bring feet hip width apart, toes pointing
forward and just nice and easy breezy, soft knees. We’re going to inhale.
Reach with the finger tips all the way up and overhead stretching through
the front body, stretching through the side body, stretching through
the back body, the finger tips can kiss here like so. And we reach, reach, reach and then exhale.
Keep the heart, torso lifting as we float the finger tips down. Same thing,
just like that. Inhale. Reach it up. Fingertips kiss overhead. We keep reaching.
Maybe climb a little through the side body here. Take a deep breath
in and then exhale. Float the finger tips away. One more time
just like that. Soft knees. Inhale. We come into our bodies. We come to
check in with our breath and this time we’re going to interlace the finger
tips. Palms come together here and just check in with the side body. So just take it one way first and then through
center and the opposite direction. Oh yeah, baby. Stretching through
the side body. One more time, one each side, taking it side to side. Maybe
this time opening the chest, the heart up towards the ceiling or the sky
in my case, looking at a cloud that looks like a sea horse or a baby dragon. Should give a shout out to Mark here in the
[inaudible 00:02:10] program. Every time I think of dragons, I think of
“Game of Thrones” now, Mother of Dragons. Anyway, and back to center we go.
Inhale. Reach it up and exhale floating the finger tips down and away. Great. Take a second here to loop the shoulders forward,
up and back and then we’ll come into a nice open palm tadasana
here. Take a second to close your eyes. Maybe shift your weight front and back,
side to side on the feet. We’ll come into a place where we’ll feel like
we’re spreading the weight equally through the ball joint of the big
toe, that big toe mound, the ball toe of the pinky toe and the back two corners
of the heels. Stack your head over your heart, heart over your pelvis and
let’s take three nice long, smooth deep breaths here. Engaging the thighs, drawing energy up from
the arches of the feet. One more breath. Great. Then bend the knees. Soft
knees here as once again we inhale, reach it all the way up. Finger tips
kiss up and overhead and this time we bow forward. Coming into forward full
fold, uttanasana. Take a second to grab the elbows here. Rock
a little side to side. Bend the knees as generously as feels good. Feel the
skin at the back. Stretch the muscles. Lengthen. We allow the weight of
the head and torso to just fall over here and again we can check in with our
weight distribution on the feet, rocking little front to back, side to
side and then spreading awareness through all four corners. Keep deepening your breath. Then on an exhale,
release the finger tips and we’ll inhale, lift halfway. So coming to a
flat back position, finger tips are either on the mat, palms on the shin,
four palms all the way up on the thighs as we loop the shoulders and pull those
elbows back. Great. Draw the lower belly in. Find that [inaudible
00:04:25] connection here. Imagine a long, beautiful neck here, as we
extend the crown of the head forward and extend the tail towards the back
edge of your mat. Take a deep breath in here, inflate. Sweet. And then exhale.
Follow your breath down. Great. Tuck the chin into the chest. Swiftly roll
it up coming back to that open palm Tadasana. We take a deep breath in. Then
exhale. Blow it out through the lips. Sweet. Here we go again. Inhale.
Reach it all the way up. Exhale diving forward. Follow your breath. As you inhale lift to flat back position.
Inflate and follow your exhale down. Awesome. Finger tips come to the mat. Here we’re going
to slide the right toes back into a low lunge or runner’s lunge here. Stack
the front knee over the front ankle and let’s just give it a little
moment. So to each his own here. Find a little organic movement as you
maybe move the hips. Maybe walk that left foot out a little bit so you’re
not on a tight rope. Make sure you’re not crashing down into your fingers
or your knuckles. So engage your core and then everyone loop
your shoulders, shine your heart forward. Inhale in spiking that right heel
back and then plant the palms step it back to downward facing dog. Pedal
it out. Tops of the shoulders draw away from the ears. Tops of the thighs
spiral in and out towards the back edge of your mat. Take two more deep
breaths here. Sweet. Then step the right foot up into your lunge
and same thing on the other side. Little fancy free here. So just checking
it out. Wiggling one way and then the other. You can always lower that
back knee here if that feels more supportive today. And then after a little movement on your own,
together, let’s take a nice deep breath in. Let our hearts shine forward.
Find extension through the crown of your head as you spike that left
heel back. So really engaging that back leg here. Take a deep breath in and this time on the
exhale plant your palms and step that right foot back to plank. Top of a push-up
here as we rock front and back engaging the backs of the legs, hugging
the inner thighs together. Now careful not to just clench through the buttocks
here. So find that sit bone to heel connection, press away from the earth. All right, one last breath here as we draw
the navel up towards the spine, press away from the earth and on your exhale
slowly lower the knees down. Lift the toes and we’ll practise Chaturanga,
little strength building in the arms here in the core as we look forward
inhale and exhale. Slowly, lower down. Keep the elbows hugging into the
side body my friends. Nice and slow. Nice and slow ,and then we’ll release
all the way to the belly. I’m going to move this out of the way because
apparently it looks weird, Chris tells me. I’m going to move it all the
way over there. Okay. And then the palms underneath the shoulders here. We
loop the shoulders back. Shoulder blades glide down the back body as
we press through the pubic bone pressing the pelvis and nice and easy inhale.
Lift up baby cobra. Let’s go hands free here. Careful not to clench
in the buttocks here but press down through the tops of the feet. Press
into the pubic bone here as we open the palms. Pull the elbows back. Extension
through the crown of the head. If you feel any fussiness in the lower
back body, go for length rather than lift. So maybe tuck your chin into your chest and
we take one more breath here, hang with me and then we exhale, release palms
come back underneath the shoulders and we press up to table top position.
Great. Wrists underneath the shoulders. Knees directly
underneath the hips. We take a second here to press away from the
mat. Find integrity from the crown of the head to the tip of the tail bone.
Draw that lower belly in. Keep the neck nice and long. All right you
with me? Here we go. Inhale. Send the right toes out
long. Turn the right toes towards the left side of the mat. So we’re
leveling the tip here. So we’re going from here to levelling out engaging
lower belly, hugging the inner thighs towards the midline as we inhale left
finger tips reach forward. Now plug that left shoulder blade in and again,
keep those hips leveled here. Breathe into the back body. Inhale and exhale,
slowly, rounding everything forward. Nose to knee. Navel draws up. Hold
here for two rep cycles. Pressing into the top of that back foot for
stability and press away from the mat with that right palm. One more breath
here, and then we release. Jumping right into the other side. Left toes
extend out. We level the hips here. You might play with this little trick
of just turning the left toes towards the right side of your mat. Again,
just so you can see I am going from stacking the hips here, to really leveling
them or at least trying, as I draw the shoulders away from the ears. Whenever you’re ready, right finger tips reach
forward. Lower belly draws in. Great. Plug that right shoulder in. Keep
the gaze down. Of course if you have to look at the video, take a look,
see and then come back to your alignment. Breathe in, and on an exhale, nice
and slow, carve a line in towards the center, nose to knee. We use the
top of that right foot for stability here. We press away from the earth
with the left palm and two breaths
and gently release. Awesome. Take a second to rest in Child’s Pose. Forehead
to the mat. Deepening the breath. Great. Then we’ll draw the navel to
the spine to activate your center energetically here as we transition
back up to all fours. Walk the palms out. I’m going to return my water bottle. And when you’re ready, curl the toes under,
ascended up downwards facing dog. Smile. Take a deep breath in and on your
exhale let it out through the mouth. Again, just like that. Surprise yourself.
Inhale in through the nose and make some noise. Awesome. We’re going to slide the sole of the right
foot up now. Anchor through that left heel. So three-legged dog here. Take
a second to point and flex that right foot. Rotate that right ankle. Now,
level the hips here. Press away from the palms. Normally we don’t stay here too long. So we’re
going to stay here for a couple of breaths here today. So keep that
right foot active. You might flex it. You might point it. Again, hugging
the inner thighs to the midline. One more breath here. Then we’ll bend that right knee. Draw a line
with the right knee all the way up and over to kiss the right elbow. Take
one breath here. Then we’ll step that right foot up into our lunge and
send the finger tips back as we lift. So high lunge here, really squeezing
the inner thighs towards the midline but also tugging back with that right
hip crease. So almost as if we were trying to pull the
front of the mat and the back of the mat together here. So nice and strong.
Now find that sit bone to heel connection in that left leg and if you’re
new to the practice and you’re just going for gold here in this video, you
might bring the hands to the waistline for a little more stability just
to go around the body as we work these lower body muscles. Otherwise you can experiment with sending
the finger tips all the way up. Finger tips with kiss up and overhead and
we breathe here. Again, strong sit bone to heel connection in the back leg.
We sink a little deeper to that front leg. Stack that front knee with
a front ankle. Breathe here. One more breath. Great. Then inhale. If you’re feeling adventurous
look up and exhale. Float the finger tips down and away. Belly comes to
the top of the thigh. Finger tips reach back. Imagine we’re pressing away from
the earth here as we send that left heel all the way back. Peel the right
hip crease. Take nice long, smooth deep breaths. Then inhale. Look forward. Smile. Engage lower
belly as you exhale release, palms come to the mat and we step into plank
for a vinyasa. So you can do a full vinyasa here if you like.
Chaturanga to upward dog or you can do what we did before, lowering the
knees practising, building that strength as you hug the elbows into the side
body and then lift up to cobra. So we have a couple of options here [together
we’ll meet back], downward facing dog. Other side. Dropping the right
heel, slide the sole of the left leg up. Take a deep breath in and then level
those hips out. Three nice long smooth deep breaths here. Hug the inner
thighs together. Engaging the glutes here as we anchor down through that
right heel. Keep going through your check list. Notice
if you’re waiting. See if you can stay curious in each posture. Stay curious
with each breath. In and out. Great. Bend that left knee. Draw a line
with it all the way up and over. Left knee kisses left elbow as we look
forward. Hover here for one breath. Great. And then step it up into your lunge. Finger
tips reach back as we find strong legs. Strong inner thighs and we either
bring hands to the waistline here. Going through our checklist here or
we send the finger tips all the way up. Fingertips kiss up and overhead from my experiment
with pulling the thumbs back here. And again, strong sit bone to heel
connection here. Breathe. One more breath. Great. Keep the inner thighs hugging towards the
midline as we release fingertips back belly comes to hover above that thigh.
Press the palms into an imaginary glass surface here. So imaging the
earth has maybe risen up to your palms here. So find a little traction
there, a little resistance. Strong back leg. Breathe. Long beautiful neck.
Great. Inhale. Look forward. Smile. Exhale. Release
finger tips come to the mat. We’re going to step that back foot up to meet
the front. Forward fold. Great. Let the weight of the head hang over.
Inhale. Halfway lift. Flat back position. Ardha Uttanasana and then exhale
fold. Follow your breath. Cool. From here we’re going to bring finger tips
to the earth and heel to heel to the feet so that the feet are together say
for about a thumb print of space between the heels. Now bend the knees generously.
Belly comes to the tops of the thighs here. Let your sit bones get down nice and low my
friends. Let’s be adventurous. Sending the finger tips forward, up and back
we come into chair pose, Utkatasana. So here we can imaging the sit
bones just hovering above the heels. So get down nice and low. Hug the inner
thighs together. Maybe lift the toes once again. Remember how we spread awareness through all
four corners of the feet. This might be a great pose to you know practice
that awareness here. So lifting the toes sometimes helps. If the shoulders feel tight we can bend the
elbows or we can also bring the palms together here at the heart. Okay. We’re
here for three more breaths. Don’t give up. Lower belly draws in. We sink
a little lower, breathing deep. Gaze is just down in front. Nice long,
beautiful neck. Two more breaths. Last breath. Inhale in. Enjoy this next move as we exhale. Press through
all four corners of the feet. Stand up nice and tall. Volcano and
then exhale release. Awesome everyone. Take a second. Bring your palms
together at the heart and just notice your breath. Great. Open your eyes. Soften the knees and inhale.
Reach it up. Fingertips kiss up and overhead. Exhale diving forward. Follow
your breath. Inhale halfway lift. Long, beautiful neck and exhale slide
it down. Great. Plant the palms. Stepper, hopper back to plank.
Top of a pushup or you can lower the knees to half of a push-up here
as we inhale. Send the gaze forward. Hug the elbows into the side body.
Engage the inner thighs and slowly lower down all the way to the belly
or Chaturanga to upward facing dog. Take a deep breath in. On your exhale, anchor navel to spine and
we send it back up, downward facing dog. Follow me here, my friends. Inhale.
Slide the right leg up. Exhale. Bend that right knee. Bring it all
the way through into center. Once again, high lunge. We hug the inner thighs
together. Reach the finger tips all the way up. Strong
inner thighs. Pull that right hip crease back. Fingertips kiss up and overhead
but again, if the shoulders feel tight, you can always keep
the elbows nice and bent or even palms at the heart or hands on the waist.
So find what feels good. Here we are. High lunge. Great. Take a deep
breath in. If you’re feeling adventurous you might find a little back bend
here as you send that tail bone and really engage left sit bone to left
heel engaging that glute. Great. Then press into that front big toe mound.
Stack head over heart. Heart over pelvis. Release the fingertips back once again
and this time so you can come to where we were before. Otherwise, we’re
going to do a little airplane. So we’re going to hop that back foot up half
way by softening that left knee and stepping it up halfway. Find a Drishti
or a nice focal point in front and soft knees here. I inhale and exhale.
Lift the back foot up. So again, I’m hugging inner thighs towards
the midline. I’m engaging my core kind of spiraling that lower rib cage
in. Press away. Use your palms to press away, engage. Shoulders draw away
from the ears and we can play here. Finding balance. Using the muscles.
The awareness to wrap around the joints. Creating a full body experience is what I’m
trying to say here as we level the hips and then send it to warrior, three
fingertips reaching forward. Right hip crease peels back. Shoulders plug
in. Breathe here and the mother of all poses here as we shine our hearts forward,
nice and wide in the chest. One more breath and then exhale send
it all the way back to your high lunge. Inhale in and exhale. Release it all down.
Great. Take a vinyasa here or we’ll meet in Child’s Pose and if I do a Vinyasa
I will kill this little beetle. So here we go. I’ve a ‘no kill’ policy
on the show and in life. Navel draws up and back and then we all take
a rest and extend a Child’s pose or a Dhild’s pose. So I should say, if
downward dog is your resting pose today, rock out that downward facing
dog. We’ll take three breaths here. In and out. Find your breath. Now’s
a good time to really drop into that sweet, sweet breath. Great. Slowly draw a line with your nose. Look forward.
Spread the fingertips or find some claws here, some nice articulation
in the palms as we come back through to all fours. Walk the knees underneath
the hips. Send her up. Downward facing dog. All right. We’re almost
there my friends. This time we are going to step the left foot
up into our lunge. Find your footing first. Take your time. Then when you’re
ready send the fingertips all the way up high lunge. Going through your
checklist here. Strong legs. Tail bone lengthening down. This time, really
strong sit bone to heel connection in that right leg. Sorry. It’s
the heat. It’s getting to me. Fingertips kiss together. We take a deep breath
in. Then exhale. Float the fingertips down and away. Soften that back
knee. Pop it halfway. Again, if we’re not quite doing airplane or warrior
3, we can just practice here just where we were before spiraling the inner thighs
in towards each other hugging towards the midline. If you are feeling adventurous and ready to
take it a step further, inhale in, soft buoyancy here and exhale with thigh.
Now, we work to level the hips. Find that upward current of energy.
So good for the glutes, good for the thighs. Also really great for the core
here, as we open the chest and use the palms to press away and find length
as we build strength. Great. Flex that foot. Bring it into that right glute
and we can stay here or we can reach the fingertips forward, warrior
3. Careful not to lock that standing leg. Create a full body experience.
Open the chest and heart. One more breath here. Lift that right thigh up
and then exhale all the way back to that high lunge. Inhale in and this time exhale and release
the fingertips behind the tail bone. Soften that back knee and then step,
hop or slide that right foot back up to Tadasana. Great. Inhale. Open the chest so you can bring the
palms together here or keep the hands nice and square. You decide. Take a
deep breath in bending the knee as we come to Utkatasana variation. Bend the
knees generously. Open your chest and heart. Inhale and exhale. Break
free. Titanic. Bring the palms together. Great. Inhale in, exhale coming into a twist to finish
it off here. Outer edge of that left arms comes to the outer edge of
that right thigh. Press the palms together. Find extension through the crown.
Bend deeply here bringing it into that lower body, my friends. A little
two-for-one here. Lower body strength, core strength and some detox as
we find space between the crown of the head and the tail. One more breath
and exhale. Keep the knees bent. We’re challenging ourselves
today. Lower body come back to center. Lift the sternum to the thumbs
and take it to the other side right away. We got this. See if you can
bring the knees together here. So that might require pulling the left hip
crease back. Again, extend crown of the head forward, tail
bone towards the back. Sit a little deeper. Sink a little deeper. One more
breath. Then without strings or legs come back to center. One more breath
here. Lift your heart and then forward fold. Great. Fingertips come to the mat here and we step
or hop it back to the plank. You can squeeze in one last vinyasa here,
and then we’ll bring the knees wide and send it back. Extended Child’s pose.
Take a nice deep breath in and on an exhale, let it out through the mouth.
Nice work, everyone. Slowly withdraw the chin into the chest. Come
back to all fours. Walk the knees underneath the hip points. Wrist underneath
the shoulders. Here we go. Final thing. We send the right toes out
just like we did before and this time, we’re going to bend that right
knee and carve a line with it up and over, almost as if we were a puppy dog
at a fire hydrant here. We’re going to press up and out of the palms
here and then you can stay here lifting the outer edge of that right
leg towards the sky or the ceiling or you can add the left arm in. So
we’ll reach left fingertips forward and then bending at that left elbow. So same thing we did before here, although
we’re taking our straight lines and now we’re carving them out left to right
bending at the elbow, bending at the knee. We breathe here. Final stretch.
Home stretch here. Point and flex that right foot. Spread the
left palm and on an exhale, release. Great. Here we go. Other side and
then we’re done. Sending left toes out. So we can always just
start with the lower body. Bending the left knee. You can stay here or
if you’re feeling frisking or maybe this is not your first time with this
video and now you’re trying it maybe for a second, third, fourth time, you
might reach the right arm forward and again, bending at the joints now. Breathe here. Don’t give up. Welcome that
heat, that Prana, that shake. Good energetic cleanse here. Good for our
cellular body, not just our muscles, not just our booties and our thighs
and our core but our cellular being here. One more breath brought in through
the back of the neck, and exhale release. Awesome. Bring the knees together. Swim the fingertips
forward, up and back and come to rest on one ear, Child’s pose. Take a couple
of nice long relaxing breaths here. Letting your heart rate return
back to a softer beat. And turning onto the opposite ear here, again,
just nice, calm, smooth breaths. And then, we’ll bring that forehead
back to center. Tuck the chin into the chest and slowly begin to roll it
up. Bring the palms together at the heart. Nice work, my friends. All right my friends, wonderful work. If you’re
like me right now, you’re probably a little hot. Duh, just kidding.
So drink lots of water after this practice. I’ll return to the practice over
and over again to build strength. And remember to always find what feels good,
which is what I’m about to go do. Hey-yo. Crackle. It’s Austin Texas, here
in the park. So let’s go find what feels good. Have a great rest of your
day. Let’s go see what these guys are up to over
here. Hey little fellows! Namaste. How goes it? Oh shit. Oh shit. Ahh.
That was sweet. Namaste. Friends. He’s got a big third eye there. Oh
Gosh! They really do. They all have big third eyes.

100 comments

  • Chopper Ducky

    i was shaking towards the end of most of these poses but finishing them made me feel so strong!! also the last few minutes were so funny, love your sense of humor πŸ˜€ mahalo & namaste!

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  • Luemun

    Doing the September calendar and feeling super strong today! Thank you Adriene, with all I have, for helping me through this year – and not only surviving it, but growing, feeling good, forgiving myself and others… It's been such a journey since I started doing yoga regularly with this community. I can't thank you all enough.

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  • Marcella Mello

    You are wonderful

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  • HailieSue Gonzales

    I'm really sick and stuff. I thought it would be easy but i passed out during it lol. Ive been sick for a year now. lost a ton of weight. im trying to atleast gain some muscle but its to hard for me cus im weak

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  • Cortney Gray

    "They have huge third eyes" πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I'll never look at geese the same!!

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  • Lily Green

    I swear yoga is better than any booty workout!!

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  • Tara Lord

    I love it, she's my friend , i love yoga and i love it more because of her.

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  • Weeknd

    Love you and ur butt and ur thighs !! Much love baby girl!

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  • Jilian Ryan

    woo! warrior 3 rocked my world today. so much energy and blood flowing in that pose. thank you!

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  • BANTERsaurus RANDUMZZ

    How on earth can you talk with ease during the one legged stands, you are insanely fit. What exercise do you do outside of yoga?

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  • Mj

    You make the best yoga videos! Just love your sense of humor:::))Thnak you!

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  • Angelina

    Does this help in slimming legs and lifting butt? Someone answer me pleaseee

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  • Marina Naumova

    Awesome, thanks!πŸ™πŸ»

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  • Sofiia Kosovan

    thank you

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  • Caitlin Kornilov

    I can’t get enough of your channel! You are the reason I have cultivated a daily practice! πŸ™‚ thank you for your positive and funny personality!

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  • Mariaan Claassen

    LOOOOL! Love your sense of humor

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  • Mighty Itauma Itauma

    Thanks so much my friend! 😊😊😊 This really helped! I highly recommend this video to anyone who sits a lot.

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  • tzk121

    Way harder than it seems when you watch through it and then go back and actually do it. Kicked my butt…pun intended lol!

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  • Rachel Hough

    I did this for my rest day today because my routine yesterday was more about building arm strength, but wow, this was way harder than I thought, felt like my butt and legs were going to roast off. I'm glad though, this video made me realize that I hadn't been challenging myself with yoga recently, I just found a comfortable place and wanted to stay there. This lesson also applies to my life, LOL!

    Thank you for keeping me grounded Adrienne, you rock so hard!

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  • Ann Roberts

    i wish you did more like this. its nice to target sometimes

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  • frankie burns

    i know this is an old video, but it's my absolute fave of all your videos! much more to the point with less rambling (although i do love your more thoughtful ramblings sometimes lol) but i do this one so often, would love another yoga booty video, maybe a full length one. a lot of your videos are too easy for me, but great for days when i need something more mindful, but i really love your style when you do more intermediate stuff like this. the compassion core vinyasa is another one i enjoy a lot. you're one of my fave yoga teachers but the lack of full-length/intermediate stuff often has me straying to other channels and it's a shame bc you make yoga so much fun. but yes, please more booty videos!! all the booty videos please!! LOL

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  • Stephanie Kane Gordon

    This is great, thank you! And omg the sunglasses, you are The. Best. xoxo

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  • hajlana

    Got that trembeling fun…I asked for it!Thank you!Enjoy dear yogie fellows!

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  • Anna Strom

    So find what feels good, heah? HEAH?!

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  • Gemma Henderson

    thank you πŸ™πŸ» loved this one πŸ¦†

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  • Sabah Siddique

    that intro tho

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  • may yoe

    OmG, I sweat like piggg 😁😁😁

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  • Daniela Saa

    you are sooo cool!!!

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  • Celeste Everitt

    It’s been a while since I’ve done one of the older videos… LOVED!!! I’m dying and vibrating all over but it feels good!

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  • iwasacloud

    I love it that even though I am shaking, standing on one leg or doing some really challenging pose, that despite this I still like you and can't be mad at all! Namaste. You are best !

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  • Maheen Shaiq

    Aaawww!! They responded with namaste!!

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  • InigaZebra

    Here for the July 2019 calendar and this is an older one I had never done before! I love these outdoors intermediate-level videos from back in the day. I did laugh at 2014 Adriene talking about dragons and Game of Thrones. If only she knew…

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  • unvernunft

    Such a beautiful practice. It was hard, but I fully enjoyed every minute of it.

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  • theRAYsa yt

    This Power Yoga Month is killing me! (In a good way) NEVER GIVE UP! πŸ’ͺ🏼

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  • Ren Elyn

    Adriene, how can you still talk while doing the very hard (at least for me) poses. I was shaking most of the time lol

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  • NevJamGal Brit

    Thank you…

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  • Beth Harper

    Feeling good this morning before I head to work! Thanks for waking my legs up!

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  • Gill Smith

    Another scorching day here in England, so hot yoga today and this practice got the heat and heart racing. There was a bit of trembling there at the end but this senior yogi made it ! See you tomorrow for Day 4 of POWER πŸ§˜πŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸ§˜πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ™πŸ’ž

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  • Isis Santos Costa

    Namaste πŸ˜ŠπŸ™β€οΈπŸŒŸ

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  • Sarah Greene

    Such a good practice! Can't believe that was only 29 minutes! Thanks for making me giggle at the beginning ND end of this video!!!

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  • Tammerra Murray

    Happy hump day

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  • Razieh Hashemi

    Love love love plus heat 😍

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  • electronicpen

    Knocked it out of the park again! Your gift is changing lives, don't ever doubt it!! Thank you so much xx

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  • Bonnie Houpt

    The end with the ducks was perfect after a challenging but fulfilling workout! Haha

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  • Rio Mae Blanco

    Hello booty! 😹 Thank you so much Adriene for this awesome yoga practice! It really hits the sweet spot down there πŸ‘ Namaste πŸ™πŸ»βœ¨

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  • Vanessa D'silva

    Day 3 – July 2019 done it! Struggled a little bit towards the end with all the shaking but did it! Wow Power Yoga πŸ§˜β€β™€οΈ

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  • becky leverette

    Power day 3. Wow, my legs hurt…but in a good way. I'm so happy to be doing this 30 day practice with all of you. Thanks, Adriene πŸ™‚

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  • Jessica Decker

    Power Day #3 Bring on the heat, YEAHA!!! I called you a tyrant and a beast the other day on my facebook fitness group, I meant it in the most loving way LOL! I started my yoga journey with you back in January with Dedicate and have followed YWA ever since. July's calendar is showing me just how far I've come. I'm really not sure how your page ended up on mine but I'm sure grateful it did. You and this community are the answer to the prayer I didn't even know I needed to pray for. Thank you! xoxo! Namaste

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  • Vanessa Morris

    πŸ˜‚ the end of this practice made my who practice today worth it, my energy was low today so I felt really grumpy through this practice that is until the end and my entire mood change thank u for that Adriene, all in all it was a wonderful practice, I hope everyone is as sweaty as me lols, love you guys Namaste Everyone πŸ’•πŸ’žπŸ’“πŸ’—πŸ’–β€πŸ™πŸ’ͺπŸ™

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  • Jessica Stucki

    THOSE GEESE! πŸ˜† thanks for a big laugh after a big practice!

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  • Adonia Diakoumi

    Big third eyes. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ Thanks for lightning up my day.

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  • Terje

    My Yoga-Journey started 01.01.19.- You Keep Me Hanging On πŸ™‚ – Namaste

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  • lmatsueda

    LOL, Adriene! Geese can be mean, and they will bite, especially like to bite our butts as we retreat from them!

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  • nicsummer66

    I am loving these power practices; sweat pouring down my face. Thank you.

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  • Vicky Rose

    I couldn't finish, I swear my legs were on fire. I'll be back tomorrow!

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  • Emma Schultz

    had to stop in the middle of this video because the first batches of cassettes of my EP arrived!!! it comes out in 2 days and i'm so excited and nervous, but doing yoga every day is really helping me stay grounded and present, and not freak out too much

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  • Sarah Kilgallon

    Haha! Day 3 phew! Omg. The geese third eye πŸ˜‚

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  • D a w s a c

    POWER day 3

    If I were you I’d namaSTAYED away from those geese. Have you ever seen their teeth? Nightmare fuel…

    Namaste.

    #ywaPOWER #FWFG

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  • Rebecca Cole

    No one:

    Literally No One:

    Adrien:
    Wow, that's a big third eye! πŸ™‚ <3
    Namaste @Yoga With Adriene

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  • Heather Motta

    These ones in the parks really make me want to visit Austin. Thank you.

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  • Sarina Reuben

    Hot and sweaty x

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  • Susie Fricker

    Happy 4th of July!! I started this and thought it was one I had never done. It was sooo good and then, cue the geese. I remembered the geese unless you have other videos with them, lol. So funny and as always you are truly a breath of fresh air. Thank you and Namaste.

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  • Cheshire Cat

    All hail Adriene! Mother of Downward facing Dogs!

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  • Hayley Goodwein

    The end of the video made the intensity of this practice so worth it! Thanks for always making us smile!

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  • Rosa Encarnaion

    Awesome practice! It was challenging! I was able to do it. Thanks and Happy 4th!

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  • jason griffin

    The end was tough which means it's a good one. Thanks Adriene. Until tomorrow. NamsteπŸ™

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  • Sharlon Solome

    Great sequence Adriene πŸ™πŸΎ

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  • Deb Jacobson

    Thank you Adriene πŸ¦†

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  • Valerie Martillini

    A few days late, but trying to get through knee pain. I love that I laugh with your yoga videos. Thank you 😊

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  • Christine T

    '' they really do…they all have big third eyes…'' lol…

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  • Rebecca Blunden

    Love the yoga, but love the animals even more… Always a bad idea to leave the movie theatre early; shame to miss the funny bits at the end. Thanks Adriene for making me laugh and giving me lovely yoga. πŸ™‚

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  • Samantha Armbruster

    Yea, was JUST reading about my cellular body in Eddie Stern book, I am SO grateful for these videos.

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  • Jillian E.

    I've been following your videos for 3 years and have never done this one. The end of this video had me laughing so hard lol.

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  • judith martinez

    Namaste πŸ˜€

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  • Michelle Campas

    salacious!

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  • Rebecca Parsons

    This video outside in 90 degree weather πŸ₯΅πŸ”₯ thanks for another awesome video!!

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  • Ciara Mc Hugh

    I really enjoyed those high lunges but GIRL… Warrior three and then chair again?? After the first two days of July's playlist, my glutes and hips were like "nope, see ya later" πŸ˜‚
    In fairness what did I expect after that warning at the start πŸ˜… Thank you for putting together these playlists and providing all these videos. It really means the world πŸ’›

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  • Emily Morgan Ellis

    Today, I found I was lost in the poses, I had lost control of my breath and integrity. I’m usually strong and flexible enough that I can do the full expression, but I’ve been out of practice, and was struggling. I’m very self-conscious, but today, alone in my yoga room, I ripped off my shirt as I was sweating in high lunge, and my hands against my naked body, my belly and ribs, helped me remember my foundation, my core, and why I do yoga. I just breathed. It was a very nice experience, and I think I will try it again, and use it to build a better relationship with my body. I always come away from Adriene’s practices having learned something, and in this I learned that backing off to focus on the integrity is everything.
    You are my hero, Adriene. Even from way back when, you’ve worked so hard to present us with the tools to help ourselves. Thank you, love always from Michigan.
    Namaste

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  • Joni Holland

    Love your personality!

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  • Sophia Marie

    I love this video! I've done it several times now and I love how awesome (and sore!) I feel afterward! Yay!

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  • aladdin 1

    Day 183✨

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  • Angel Jones

    I love coming back to this practise. And Adriene is on point in this video haha. Love!!!

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  • Tohar Larea

    Thank you so much dear Adriene!πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

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  • Gio DiMarco

    I love you

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  • jupiter is a bean

    those ducks are so cuteee

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  • Kim Vaes

    My legs start to tingle like they are 'asleep' when i do these poses… it happens with other poses as well. Has anyone experienced the same or knows whats up?

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  • Bravespirit

    The coolest thing about Adriene is when she does weird out of the box stuff πŸ˜€

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  • Oskar winters

    I'm glad she didn't mention cells and detox in the 30days of yoga, it's not proven scientifically to do anything to the cells. The research exists yes but it's very very shaky and flooded with bias and just bad understanding of what research methodology should be. (In 2014 the research was even worse.)

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  • kristina zagode

    It was challenging!But the end was funny,ducks are the best!!

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  • CB

    ily! you look like a gorgeous green peacock at the end πŸ˜‰

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  • Mr. corrin Miscellaneous

    I can tell why most people clicked on this video

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  • Sophie Williams

    Thank you for the half-way posse like the halfway to airplane one. guess I'll keep working up

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  • Happy Chappy

    I've been doing your videos for 12 months now and combined with running and light weights my body is so much more toned, strong and I feel so healthy. Thanks Adrienne x

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  • Madaline Olson

    Whoa.. my booty and thighs and all of it! Thank you as always for a wonderful challenging practice. "They all have huge 3rd eyes" haha!!

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  • Melodye Buskin

    Gosh, you make me giggle all the time! You have a good singing voice too! Take it from a singer! Singing yoga next! 😜

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  • Vanessa Haas

    Dayum that was a hard one!

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  • Andrew Jacobson

    So about 30 minutes after shavasana…..I just realized how good this made me feel

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  • Madisyn Michele Schuldt

    Love this for butt and thighs. Glad I found this!! I use so many of your videos to help relax but this is the only one I use so far that helps me get the same thrill as a workout. πŸ‘ ❀ Thanks!!

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  • Mariana Frangela

    πŸ’™

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  • Mehrnaz Owrak

    Loved this video! Visited it again today. My left knee needs more support from the surrounding muscles. It’s what I feel. I had a little pain in my knee last week when I was running but did all your videos for runners and the run after felt great. Thanks again Adrien! πŸ™

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