Yoga Camp – Day 17 – I Am Focused

Yoga Camp – Day 17 – I Am Focused


– Hey my friends, and welcome to 30 Days of Yoga Camp. It’s Day 17, and the mantra today is, “I am focused.” Let’s get started. (lively, uplifting piano music) All right, let’s begin in
a nice, comfortable seat. Ankles crossed. Sitting up nice and tall. As you get settled in today, we’re gonna start right
away with the mantra. So as I chat for a little bit, you can start to find
movement that feels good, whether it’s neck circles,
circles with the nose, looping the shoulders. And we begin with the mantra, “I am focused.” So you may not be focused right away, but we use the mantra and
the connect to the mind, the thought, to kind of
unite us with our energy in this moment. And so we find movement
that feels good here, and then we find breath
that feels good here. So big, nice, refreshing breath in. (inhaling) Nice, easy exhale out. (exhaling) Close your eyes. Say to yourself, “I am focused.” (breathing) And then consider this
mantra for just a moment here as you continue any organic
movement that feels good. Continue, it’s just kind of
teasing that conversation with the breath. Is there an area of your
life that could use focus? (breathing) And then back to the mantra. Say it out loud or repeat
quietly to yourself. “I am focused.” And align head over
heart, heart over pelvis. So sometimes with my eyes closed I like to just rock a
little front to back, and even left to right to
just find that center spot. And then to expand a little awareness. Then slowly bat your eyelashes open. And you can, of course,
take a look at the video to get this sequence. Some of you have done
this dance with me before. It’s actually one of my
favorite little flows because it’s like a little
shout out to my teacher. So, we’ll slowly bring the
fingertips left to right, and right away press into the pinkies, lift up through the armpit chest. So there’s this definite
dichotomy of energy as you lift, lift, lift up, and then find places to ground down. And how many times have I said, “Find places to lift and lengthen. “Find places to ground down.” So even here. And the mantra, “I am focused.” If that doesn’t resonate, I choose to focus. So marrying the breath to the movement, the movement to the breath. We inhale, spread the
fingertips super wide. Stretch through the hands, and lift the arms halfway, palms parallel to the earth. See if you can grow even taller here, as if you’re pressing the hands down on a piece of plexiglass, kind of like we do with
those airplane arms. And lengthen through the crown. Then inhale. Spread the fingertips again. Exhale, keep the heart
lifted but chin to chest here as we bring the hands behind, and then soft rounding of the spine. So palms come behind. Again, we’re just kind of, we’ll walk everyone through it, and then we’ll get our groove on. Stretching through the
back of the neck, the head, and just letting the weight of
the wrist here help stretch. No need to press or tug. Then on your next inhale, slowly begin to lift the heart. The spine nice and long
here as you continue up through the crown of the head. Fingertips reach towards the sky. And then use your exhale to
float it back down to one. (exhaling) Let’s try again. Inhale, spreading the fingertips. Reaching left to right. On the exhale, chin to chest. Keep the chest open. Gentle rounding in the spine though so we’re not totally collapsing here so it’s all in control. Palms come behind to this
little namaste shark fin here. And then empty out all the air. (exhaling) And inhale, grow tall, rolling up through the
staircase of the spine, reaching towards the heavens. And then using the
exhale to open the chest, open the shoulders. Whooo. Let’s do one more. Inhale, halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale. Chin to chest. Reach behind, palms together. (exhaling) Empty out all the air. Then inhale, reach. Lift and lengthen. (inhaling) And exhale, rain it down. (exhaling) Great, just give the
arms a little break here. Take your nose past your right shoulder. If you like that image of
maybe someone kissing you on the left side of your neck here, take it or leave it. And drop the chin to the
chest, rolling through. We take it to the other side, drawing the nose past
the left shoulder here. Receive your kiss. And then you come back to center. All right, so I am focused. Synchronizing movement to
breath, breath to movement. We inhale, send the
fingertips out left to right. (inhaling) Exhale, palms together at the heart. (exhaling) Nice and slow, chin to chest. Reach behind. Empty out all the air. (breathing) And then send it all the way up. Exhale, release. (exhaling) Keep it going. It’ll take a while to get this groove. It’s a little yoga for the brain at first. And then it’ll also take a while
to stay true to your breath so Ujjayi helps. Inhale, Ujjayi breath. (inhaling) Exhale. It’s that soft restriction
in the back of the throat. Bring the palms in. (breathing) Chin to chest. Reach behind. And then inhale, reach it up. (breathing) Exhale, rain it down and pause. (exhaling) Great, open your eyes. Take a look at the video. Now we’re gonna add an extra layer. You can take it or leave it. Just to play. So we inhale, halfway lift. Exhale, hands to heart. (exhaling) Now check it out. Here, I just emptied out all the air. I’m gonna hold the
breath, retain the breath, as I reach back, palms together. Retaining the breath,
retaining the breath. If you’re familiar with
Uddiyana Bandha here, drawing the navel in. And then inhale, fresh
breath as you reach up. (inhaling) And exhale, rinse it free. (exhaling) So basically I’m just
inviting you, if you’d like, to play with a little
breath retention here. As the palms come in,
we empty everything out. Navel draws in. And then we reach behind,
retaining the breath. And then inhale with that
nice Uddiyana Bandha, drawing the navel in. We inhale, reach up. And exhale rain it down. So we’re gonna do this
five times together. You can watch the video. And once you start getting your groove, you can maybe soften your gaze, and begin to really integrate the neck. OK. (breathing) I am focused. (exhaling) Fingertips to your sides. One free breath in. Exhale out. (exhaling) Inhale, we flow. Inhale, halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale, palms together at the heart. Namaste. (exhaling) Chin to chest. Reach behind. Retain the breath. And then inhale. Gather it up. Reach for the sky. (inhaling) Exhale, rain it down. (exhaling) Inhale, let your breath
fuel your movement. (inhaling) Exhale, hands to heart. (exhaling) Retain the breath. Chin to chest. Reach behind. Inhale, all the way up. (inhaling) Exhale, rain it down. (exhaling) Inhale, halfway lift. Stay focused. (inhaling) Exhale, hands to heart. Play with that Ujjayi. (exhaling) Hold the breath, retain. Reach behind, chin to chest. And then inhale, all the way up. (inhaling) Exhale, float it down. (exhaling) Two more. Inhale. Halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale. Palms together. (exhaling) Chin to chest. Reach behind. Inhale, all the way up. (inhaling) Exhale down. (exhaling) Last one. Move with your breath. (inhaling) Exhale. (exhaling) Chin to chest. Reach behind. Inhale, all the way up. (inhaling) Then exhale, release. (exhaling) Great, relax your shoulders. Just take a second to notice how you feel. Repeat the mantra, “I am focused.” Hmmmm. And slowly drop the chin to the chest. Bat the eyelashes open, and we’ll dive forward onto all fours. So keep breathing as you
make your transition. (breathing) We’ll take a couple Cat-Cows here. (breathing) Then we’ll make our way
to Downward Facing Dog. Stick with your breath. (breathing) Stay focused on your breath. (exhaling) (inhaling) Hmmmmmm. Then nice, slow walk up
towards the front edge. Negotiate, you got it. Each day is anew so stay present. (breathing) Forward fold. (exhaling) Bend the knees. Grab the elbows. Rock a little side to side. (breathing) Stay focused on your breath. On the sensations. (inhaling) And give the thinking mind a little break. (exhaling) Then release the arms
and slowly roll it up. Take your time. Nice, long, smooth, deep breaths. (inhaling and exhaling) Rise up strong to your Mountain. (breathing) And go through your checklist here. So drawing the shoulders
away from the ears, maybe tops of the thighs spiral in today. You lengthen the tailbone down. (exhaling) Finding that strong
base, strong foundation. So in Mountain Pose, if I were to come up and just
gently press you on the hips, you wouldn’t just fall over. You’re engaged. We’re lifting energy up from the arches. Pressing into all four
corners of the feet. (inhaling and exhaling) And then here we go. Same thing. Soft knees here, so
careful not to lock out. So you’ve gone through your checklist, you’ve done the work to make sure you have a nice, strong base here. And we return our attention
towards the vinyasa. Inhale, extend the fingertips
out left to right halfway. So you could just lift the arms or you could literally reach
way beyond your yoga mat. Beyond the physical body. Energy going out. Big breath in. Just a little review here. Exhale, palms together. Then chin to chest. Reach behind. Maybe you retain the breath here. Maybe not. And inhale, reach it all the way up. Stretch, stretch, stretch. Big full body stretch here. Again, beyond the physical body. Energy reaching up. Energy grounding down. (inhaling) So good for you. And then exhale, release
back to the Mountain. So I’ll let you decide if
it’s feet hip width apart feels more stable, secure. Or maybe you come to that
four part equal standing. Here we go. Playing with an audible
breath or that Ujjayi breath, which there’s a video for, and it takes a little bit of
practice but it’s really nice to focus the mind. That busy thinking mind. And so good for the body. Here we go. Inhale, soft knees. Inhale, extend. (inhaling) Fingertips left to right. Exhale, hands to heart. Nice and slow. (exhaling) Chin to chest. Reach behind. Inhale. Press away from the earth as you reach up. (inhaling) Exhale, float it down. Keep it going. Inhale, halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale, hands to heart. (exhaling) Chin to chest. Reach around. (inhaling) Inhale, reach it up. Then exhale, hands float down. (exhaling) So I’ll stop talking. Just get in the groove here. Inhale. (inhaling) Follow your breath. (breathing) Let’s do two more. Especially if you’ve been
doing this with me for a while, you can begin to soften
out the hard edges. (breathing) And one more. When you’ve complete your
round, we’ll pause in Mountain. (breathing) Soften the gaze or close
your eyes and just notice how you feel, what that did. Totally blitzed me out. Say no to drugs. Get high on yoga with Adriene. Yoga Camp. Drop your chin to your chest. Bat your eyelashes open. Just soft movement into
the hands and feet. So just kind of move onto the next thing. And make sure that we’re
not holding too tight. So we’re coming into Warrior One. So we’re just gonna come into it with the right foot forward
and the left foot back. Now take a second to get into the legs so you might just find a
couple bends in the knee. A little awareness in that back foot. And then when you’re
ready, we’ll reach the arms all the way up and overhead. Find your posture. Big breath in. (inhaling) And then big breath out as you
release the fingertips down. So we’re gonna move through our flow. We’re only gonna do it in
three times in Warrior One on each side. So, moving through our flow. Start with the fingertips down
and then turn your pinkies towards the front edge of your mat. So open, open through the chest. Now, the root of this pose. Strong in that back leg. Lengthen, tailbone heavy,
down to the ground. Here we go. Inhale, halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale, hands to heart. (exhaling) Play here. Chin to chest. Stay focused on the breath. Inhale, reach for the sky, Warrior One. (inhaling) Exhale, down we go. (exhaling) Inhale, halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale, hands to heart. Hug energy into the mid-line. Chin to chest. Reach behind. Strong legs here. You got it. Inhale, all the way up. Warrior One. Look to see if you’ve come
out of that front bend. Exhale. Rain it down. Just softly release. (exhaling) One more time, you got it. Inhale, halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale, stay focused. Hands to heart. (exhaling) Chin to chest, reach behind. Strong in that back leg. Inhale, Warrior One. (inhaling) And exhale, rain it down. Begin to straighten
through that front leg. We’ll slowly, slowly bring
the hands to the waistline, and begin to take the
head, the heart forward. Nice, flat back as long as you can, and then slow release down to the ground. Fingertips touch the mat. And we allow the head,
the crown to release. Big breath in here. (inhaling) Then soften through that front knee, and we power back up, Warrior One. Inhale in. Exhale, release. Hands come to the waistline, and we’ll just turn the right toes in. Send the left toes out
to do the same thing on the other side. (inhaling) So find your footing. (exhaling) We’ll come to Warrior One, reaching the arms all the
way up and over the head. Plug the shoulders down. Lift the heart up. (exhaling) (inhaling) And when you feel good and
strong, release the arms down, and we move into our flow. Big breath in to send the
fingertips out left to right. (inhaling) Big breath out. Whoa, hands to heart. (exhaling) Closed my eyes, and… Chin to chest, reach behind. Inhale, all the way up. Warrior One. (inhaling) Exhale, take it down. (exhaling) Two more. Inhale, halfway lift. (inhaling) Exhale, hands to heart. (exhaling) Chin to chest, reach behind. (inhaling) Then inhale, take it all the way up. Exhale, all the way down. (exhaling) Last time, I won’t cue it. Just move with your breath. (breathing) Great, after you release, pull the left hip crease back. Straighten through that front leg. Hands come to the waistline. And we slowly send the
head, the heart forward. Flat back position as long as you can. And stay strong in that
back leg as you release. If you need to bend this
front knee here, please do. Breathe. (exhaling) And then soften through, coming
back to your Warrior One, powering through the front leg strong. Bending that front knee. Reach, reach, reach. And then exhale, release. Hands to the waistline. We’ll turn the left toes in. And if you want to have
a little fun today, you can hop to the center. Otherwise, heel toe, heel toe. Whaaa! Mountain. Release the fingertips. Stand up nice and tall. Inhale in. (inhaling) Exhale, release. (exhaling) Then heel toe, heel toe. The feet hip width apart. We’re gonna take it back
down to the ground to relax. Open the toes. Inhale, reach up. Exhale, hands down through the mid-line as you slowly lower down. We’ll come into a yogic squat. So if the heels come up here, allow them to come up. And maybe keep the
fingertips on the earth. Otherwise, it’s right down
into this Malasana variation. Pressing the elbows into the
legs and squeezing the elbows, squeezing the legs in towards the elbows. Lift your sternum toward your thumbs. Lift through the crown. Stay here for a couple breaths. Nice, long, smooth, focused breaths. If you want to release the
palms down for a little Crow practice, Bakasana, please do. Nice, focused. Keeping that Drishti right
out in front, that focus. Good. Then we’ll slowly begin to release. Gently bring the palms back behind you. Sending your bum to the earth. We’re just gonna take a second
to windshield wiper the legs, so sending the knees
over towards one side, lifting up though the heart. And then rocking through, one
leg at a time feels best here. (exhaling) And over. Lift your heart. And one more time, each side. (breathing) And to the other side. Cool. Walking the feet back in. And coming to flat back. Interlace the fingertips. Bring them behind the head. I am focused. Let’s connect to the center. Remember your mantra. Scoop the tailbone up. Yogi bicycles today. Press up off the toes, shins parallel. This is what we’re ending
with so give it your all. Here we go. Inhale in. Exhale, peel the head, the neck, your shoulders up. Keep the elbows wide. Extend the right leg out long. Cross right elbow to left knee. Inhale, back to center. Exhale, left elbow to right knee. Extend through the left leg. Inhale, back to center. Keep it going. Keep lots of space between
the chin and the chest. Inhale, back to center. Exhale, cross it over. Now you can take away
that center and just move through the bicycles. But I think you should
still be really mindful of that lower back. Remember, I am supported. (exhaling and inhaling) Five more seconds, you got it. (breathing) Awesome, even it out. And then release. Give yourself a big hug. Point and flex the feet. And slowly release. Draw the shoulder blades underneath. And we’re gonna walk the
left foot into the center, and cross the right leg
over like eagle legs. Then send the arms out wide, Texas T. And slowly with your eagle
legs, melt towards the left. Nice and easy. So you should get a nice
massage in the left glute. And we twist. If this is too much, you
know you can always do recline twist. (breathing) And then back to center. Uncross the legs. Take the left leg over the right. Hook the ankles maybe, eagle legs. Inhale in. Exhale, gently melt
them over to the right. (exhaling) Breathe. (inhaling) Hmmmm. Carefully unravel. Come back to center. We inhale, send the legs up. Reach the fingertips towards
the outer edges of your feet. We hover here. (exhaling) You might find a little movement. You might find the pulses. You might take Simba and
reach him over the cliff. One way, and then the other. (breathing) So giving the lower back some love. Just kind of neutralizing
through the spine. One more breath here wherever you are. (breathing) And then exhale, release everything. (exhaling) Awesome. (breathing) Center yourself on your yoga mat. Or not. I am though. Send the legs out long. Find what feels good here. Get situated so that you can take a moment to be at peace. And relax. Let go. So this moment is important. This moment is about surrender. (lively piano music) Let your breath return
to its natural rhythm. Stay here as long as time allows. Otherwise, I know time is precious. Thank you for sharing your time with me. I hope you have an awesome day. Namaste. (lively, uplifting piano music)

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100 Comments

  1. Good one. I think one of my favorites during Yoga Camp. Just what I need to start the week. Relaxing. Time to focus.

  2. I am so loving you Adriene. Your wonderful and a brilliant coach and artist at helping me and others do yoga. You are awesome 🤗😍💌

  3. I really liked this one for my shoulders. I started this series sore in my lower back and shoulders. Now they are sore for a different reason. Now they are stronger. I am having fewer headaches, and can get out of bed easier in the morning. Thank you Adriene for these videos.

  4. Normally I do Yoga in the evening but today I was mega inspired to do it as soon as I got up and it was bliss! Thank you for helping me to trust in my body more! xx

  5. Wonderful. Started the day with a headache that was on its way to being a nasty migraine. Ended this feeling so much better. Love my daily yoga with Adriene.

  6. Crow – for two seconds I had it, right there, focused and calm! Best feeling after months of trying and failing, thank you so much Adriene! Lots of love from rainy Berlin

  7. Honestly I did not enjoy this practice and got frustrated when twenty minutes in I realized I had still not challenged my body in any way but only breathed. Sorry.

  8. Loved this flow. It really did focus me. When I did crow pose, I was able to just kind of glide into it and keep it without feeling like I was even supporting my weight. I usually do crow, but it always feels like I'm holding myself up. It was a different feeling doing it after the flows! Thanks!

  9. I'm 62 live in new zealand, my husband has been in hospital 6months, I started 30days yoga practice did 45 days now yoga camp, love the time for myself,teaching my husband breathing practice and talking balance with him. thanks Adriene

  10. This was so hard for me! I had to constantly remind myself to be present and FOCUS because all I wanted was to move on to something else and get into that flow where you stop thinking, but this took mental effort! I feel proud of myself now 🙂

  11. I only discovered your amazing channel recently. The last time I was on a yoga mat was 11 years ago. Today was incredible! Thank you Adrienne 🙂

  12. I forgot to comment yesterday! I found it really difficult to fall into this one because it was less of a moving practise and more breathing. Regardless, I enjoyed!

  13. Who would have ever thought that I would or could ever say that yogi bicycles were kind of easy today. Never in my 55 years has that ever been true, but today it is! I give the credit to #yoga with Adriene and I want to thank Adriene for her videos. They have changed my life! Thank you!! Oopse ……Namaste!!!!

  14. Amazing, please make more videos like this one 🙏🏻, I was really high and more focused during this one 🧘‍♀️

  15. I had tried a little meditate before yoga but could not switch off the monkey mind…. 1 round of breathing and the insistent babble in my head was GONE! Way to go Adriene – I am bookmarking this one – it is truly amazing – thank you <3

  16. Is there going to be a calendar for september as well? I have enjoyed the daily practice plan very much and would really like to keep going until Commune starts

  17. Wow, for our last day of CREATIVITY, it was back to that lovely Yoga Camp Day 17. I absolutely love this practice, focus, control, super stretchy and ending with yummy yogi bicycles. Perfect ! Looking forward to YOGA for ALL on the 10th. I am signed up ! Yey ! Thanks as always Adriene, you are awesome 🧘🏼‍♀️🧘🏻‍♀️🙏💞💞💞

  18. By the end of the session I felt I am coming home. Thank you

    PS When you say 'say no to drugs', all I hear is limitations. 🙂

    Namaste

  19. Does yoga have a relationship to Qigong ? Because the movements you did here were similar to the ones I recently did
    with Qigong , the 8 Brocades Movements. Thanks for your videos.

  20. Nice focus training class today! For me, it’s a review from YogaCamp which I did as my “Yoga Summer Camp” weekdays from late June to early August. Very useful for me as I have to hurry up and finish my AP summer work/summer reading before school starts on Thursday. And the key to getting things/responsibilities done is to really FOCUS. This is the second time at this class.

  21. So grateful to be following the Yoga calendar again. I wasn't consistent through the summer because of a new job. This was exactly what I needed.

  22. Wow, just wow. I learnt so much from this practice. In the beginning I wondered if I should switch the video to something else, something more challenging than just the small arm movement. But I sticked to it and I realized that that was my weakness, to stick to really slow movement. I also realized that my patience is something to work on. And I inhaled and exhaled to each movement! Incredible. Thank you <33
    PS. I'm doing the August 2018 creativity challenge and love it! Yoga everyday is life changing!

  23. gathering movement and breath in a package of mindfulness, this practice really gave me a good moment of calmness to focus and keep only what i need in mind, this was useful and yes incredible.
    loved it.

  24. I’m a day behind on the monthly calendar because I was sick yesterday with a cold. And truly being able to take deep breaths is something I need to appreciate daily. This video was wonderful.

  25. Yoga w Adriene has changed my life! I started in June w 30 days of Yoga then went on to True and now this. I had brain surgery that left me paralyzed on my right side. After learning to walk again I still had/have a lot of balance and strength issues. This has me balancing on one leg again! Not for long, but hey I couldn't do it before. And the mental clarity is unbelievable. I have a lot of anxiety and suffer from depression. This helps me manage it so well. Thank you for coming into my life. ❤

  26. Whaddup Adriene ! I've been following ur videos for a little while now , I started with ur 30 days of yoga and have been continuing on with ur yoga camp as well as some other videos u have . I LOVE ur bedtime sequence , seriously knocks me on my ass everytime . I feel bad I haven't commented sooner to give my thanks to u , but girl u have really saved me and turned my life around . I was addicted to heroin , meth , pills , u name it , for about 6 years . I've been recovering with u and am now 5 months clean and sober off of everything . Yoga with u has honestly healed me in more ways than I can explain . U brought me back to myself and taught me self love and acceptance .. I don't know what I would do without these mantras ! But this day 17 of camp was really something special to me . The way that it made me feel , I could swear u slipped something in my drink lmao . I feel like ur Aladin and ur showing me "a whole new world" lol . So chilled and zenned out . Say no to drugs , get high on #yogawithadriene ! Thank u , with all of my heart and soul . Ur a light in this too often dim world . U are beautiful inside and out and so loved and so appreciated . I truly can't thank u enough or even begin to put into words just how grateful I am . I love u so much . Namaste 😘✌❤ xoxoxo

  27. Wohooo! Get your Adriene Yoga Boost! Who needs drugs, if you can blow your mind and body this way. Happy-Me on grey day. !!! THX.

  28. Instead of Sunday’s new video, I swapped days and did day 12 of FOCUS. With a week away from this month’s calendar with no wifi, family crisis, I did my own Freestyle Yoga. With all your teaching Adriene, it was invaluable, lots of fun and invaluable. Your yoga kept me sane every day and saw me through my troubles. This practice was just what I needed, bless you Adriene 🧘🏼‍♀️🧘🏻‍♀️👍🏻🙏💞💞💞💞

  29. After doing TRUE back in July, my Yoga practice dropped off to just sporadic practices when I felt really bad. As of yesterday I started a combo of following your calendars, and the Blogilates beginner calendar, with some specific stretches to help me get my splits back and I'm feeling so much better already. I'm starting figure skating next year, very late as a 17 year old, and I know i'll need all the strength and flexibility as possible to help me progress quickly. Thanks so much for your videos, I loved the flow motif in this one! Much love from Australia. : )

  30. an amazing sequence to give a break to the busy mind, the gathering of the movement and the breath made me focus on what is positive and leave the negative thoughts or at least try to, this sequence came to me in the right time i will also say it is kind of healing and restorative.
    Thank you Adriene, that felt good

  31. This is a great practice to return to. I'm out of sync with the calendar as we have been away the last few days but don't want to miss anything! Thank you Adriene xx Namaste

  32. I felt so… unfocused today, like… this practise was so boring that I just couldn't focus on it… this 27 minutes felt like ages… 🙁 i love yoga and practising with Adriene but this was just not for me 🙁 see you tomorrow anyway! <3

  33. Our son was killed in a car wreck, I try so hard to focus on all we shared and not what we longer have. Stay fixed on all that is good in our lives!

  34. Oh my goodness, Adriene, the mantra worked, today was THE MOST FOCUSED I have ever been in my home practice! I loved this breathing sequence so much!! New favourite 😍😍 THANK YOU!

  35. Every time I do a class with you, I think 'this is the best yoga practice I've ever done!' and then the next day I do a new flow and I fall in love with yoga all over again. Today was the strongest I've ever felt in a warrior pose – I think it's due to the prana practice in the beginning. Thank you so much Adriene. Namaste

  36. Wow! Thank you Adriene for this movement and breath sequence. I have released stress and I am feeling centred and focused for the day ahead 😌

  37. The cat came and fell asleep on me doing those breathing exercises seated ! To start off with she was waking the video and i swear she was following my breathe !

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