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Yoga Morning Fresh | Yoga With Adriene

– What's up, everyone?
Good morning and welcome to Yoga with Adriene.
I'm Adriene and this is Benji
and we're wishing you a very good morning.
We have a yoga practice
to help you feel fresh and awesome for your day
so hop into something comfy and let's get started.
(upbeat music)
Alright, good morning my friends.
Let's begin sitting up nice and tall
in a nice cross-legged seat.
We're gonna ease in and wake up together.
Take your time as you get into place.
Find length through the spine.
We're gonna just start with soft, easy movement
with the head and neck as we connect with the breaths.
No need to force anything or push.
Just begin nice and easy with soft, easy movement,
maybe nodding the head yes and then no.
Maybe drawing circles with the nose.
You can close your eyes here now that you have your task
and begin to deepen your breath.
One of the awesome things
about practicing yoga in the morning
is it's the beginning of the day, right?
You have an opportunity to start fresh,
to let go of anything that's happened before
and to begin anew.
You don't have all the information of the day
and the hip happenings of the day.
They haven't occurred yet so you get to design,
or attempt to design,
the way you feel today.
Maybe letting go of any baggage from the previous day.
I'm just really seeing this as an opportunity
to start again,
begin again.
There's no time like the present.
Bring the head back over the heart.
We'll bring the hands together.
Prayer Position.
And if Prayer Position feels really revenant and awesome
really close your eyes and feel it.
Drop your thumbs to your heart.
If that's not your style then no prob.
Press the palms together
and start to open up through the shoulders,
elbows left to right,
and just create a little resistance here,
a little sensation.
The way I like to approach yoga is very personal,
it's very individual.
That's perfect for our morning practice, right,
where you're really taking this time for yourself
whether you're practicing alone
or with someone.
Wherever you are in mind and body
just take a second
to set an intention.
It can just simply be to wake up.
Take a deep breath in.
And exhale to release the hands to the legs.
Open your eyes.
Smile just a little.
We're gonna bring the legs one foot in front of the other
so let's start with the left heel in
and the right foot in front.
If it's beginning to be a little bit tricky
to sit up tall here, you can lift your bum up on a blanket
or a block or a rolled up towel,
even a couch cushion's awesome.
Then here we go, a nice good morning stretch.
Spread your hands, your fingers, super wide
so you really feel the skin in between your fingers
stretch really wide
and then just reach up really naturally from here.
You don't have to come into a perfect shape
or worry about rotation.
Just reach up in a way that feels good.
We create length through the side body.
You might close your eyes here again.
Now that you know what you're doing you can close your eyes
and feel it out.
Think about lifting not just through the side body
but through the front body and the back body, as well.
Then like a little monkey or something
you're reaching up and imagine you're now hanging
from a tree branch or something here
so you might even claw the fingers or take fists.
(deep breathing)
Begin to deepen your breath.
Longer, louder, fuller breaths.
We're just feeling the energy and the blood rush
and you might be tired here so you might take a big yawn.
Then here we go, wiggle the fingertips actively.
Wiggle the fingertips and rain it down nice and slow.
Great, then you're gonna take the fingertips out
all the way in front
and then continue to reach your heart forward,
palms come to the earth.
You should start to feel this in the outer right hip.
Breathe deep.
Then turn your elbow creases towards the front
and from here reach your heart forward
and slowly melt it down, forehead to earth.
I should say forehead toward earth
because the forehead's not gonna come to the ground.
If you have a block in your home practice
you can actually bring the block to your forehead here.
Otherwise just let the weight of the head
hang kind of loose.
Close your eyes once again, deepen your breath.
You might rock gently side to side,
feeling the sensation in the outer hip
but we're also starting to create space in the lower back.
Again, elbow creases are forward here
so we're not clenching or we're rounding
but we're rotating the shoulders out, elbows forward.
Excuse me, elbow creases forward.
Soft, easy movement as you sway like a branch in the breeze
back and forth, back and forth.
(deep breathing)
Great, then root down through your bum.
Hips grow heavy here.
We're gonna slowly roll it up.
Tuck the chin into the chest, nose toward the navel.
We round forward, shoulders forward.
This is my favorite Mister Burns moment, you know.
Then from here we plant the seed,
roll all the way down at the coccyx
and then slowly grow awareness
all the way up through the spine,
all the way up, up, up.
Chin stays tucked 'til the last possible minute
all the way up.
We rise head over heart, heart over pelvis.
Let's switch the legs nice and easy.
Right heel comes in.
Left leg comes out.
Siddhasana is this shape.
Once again, this time a little faster
we spread the fingertips, inhale, reach to the sky.
Lift and lengthen through all four sides of the torso.
Maybe you take a big yawn here.
Maybe a lion's breath.
Rotate the wrists.
Then send the fingertips forward.
Wiggle the fingertips, rain it down,
and send it all the way forward.
Keep your heart open, chest open,
elbow creases towards the front
and you're gonna come into your fold here.
Really feeling a nuance, what's going on in that left hip.
Then same thing, you'll close your eyes
or soften your gaze
and start to rock gently back and forth
like a branch swaying in the breeze.
Relax your shoulders, relax your neck.
Move how you wanna move throughout your day.
Move like that on your mat.
Nobody wants to be a basket case
rushing from one thing to the next,
feeling late and unprepared and grasping or pushing
or trying to catch up.
Set the tone for your day
by paying attention to the quality of movement on your mat.
Just allowing sensation to occur, not forcing it.
This is that Sukha, that ease.
And it takes practice.
Take one more cycle of breath here.
Then again, plant a seed right at the tailbone.
So root down, thigh bones heavy,
tuck the chin, and slow this one down a lot.
Slow, slow, slow.
Rolling up.
That seed at the base of the spine starts to grow taller.
The chin stays tucked as long as possible
as you roll up super slow,
feeling your way all the way up through the spinal column.
The neck nice and long.
The posture grows tall.
Eventually the third eye and the crown lift up.
Head over heart, heart over pelvis.
Alright, a little rinse.
Squeeze shoulders up to the ears as you breathe in.
Take a deep breath in here then pause,
hold the breath at the top.
If you want you can come into a little mudra here,
index finger and thumb.
Retaining the breath at the top.
Squeeze and lift, squeeze and lift,
squeeze and lift, squeeze and lift.
Then exhale with a big sigh.
Drop the shoulders.
Let's do that two more times.
Squeeze and lift.
Shoulders rise with mindfulness
all the way up to the earlobes.
Then soften the skin of the face.
Maybe you take the mudra here.
Retain the breath.
Squeeze and lift.
Actively lifting, lifting, lifting.
Then here we go.
Exhale to drop.
And one more time.
Squeeze and lift.
Inhale, hold or retain the breath at the top.
Pause, hold it, you got it.
Find the ease in the jaw and the skin of the forehead.
Here we go.
Drop and release.
Allow your hands to rest gently on the tops of the thighs
and keep the mudra if you like.
Relax the shoulders completely down, down, down
and just notice how you feel.
Take a little moment of meditation here
to just close the eyes and notice.
Then draw the palms together at your heart.
Once again, Anjali mudra.
Take a deep breath in.
Then exhale.
Release the palms, come forward.
We're gonna go all the way onto all fours
so take your time getting there.
Keep a little smile on your face
or just a little softness in the face.
If you woke up on the wrong side of the bed
just start to soften.
It happens.
You wake up grouchy, God knows why.
Just notice where you are and
pay attention
to the things you can do to alter how you move
and how you feel.
You're gonna go right into Cat-Cow
so you'll drop the belly and open the chest.
Then you'll round through spinal flexion, chin to chest,
navel draws up.
Then moving in your own time
at a pace that feels awesome for you this morning.
Again, if you feel sore or a little rickety, it's all good.
That's why we're here.
If you feel weak or tired or sad, accept that
and let's see if we can just use this practice
to create shift, to feel fresh.
Take a moment or two to bump the hips
to one side and then the other.
Maybe draw circles with the ribcage.
Get a little weird.
Get weird.
(deep breathing)
Then we'll continue to explore body and space
and wake up not just the physical body
but the emotional body, mental, your mind, as well,
by bringing our head below our heart,
curling the toes under
and peeling the tail up for Downward Dog.
Pedaling it out.
Nice and easy.
Setting yourself up for greatness
by really clawing into the fingertips,
taking any pressure out of the wrist
and then keep that rotation that we had in Siddhasana,
Forward Fold, earlier with elbow creases reaching forward.
Rotating forward.
Yup, then take a deep breath in, still the body,
and exhale everything out.
Again, deep breath in.
Body's in stillness, you got it.
Nice cleansing breath out through the mouth.
And one more. Claw through the fingertips.
You can bend the knees as generously as you need here.
And empty it out.
Baby steps to the top of the mat.
Really feel the nuance as you step baby steps to the top.
Waking up through the feet is so important
before we put our shoes on for the day.
Stretching through the Achilles.
No metaphor there.
Through the calve.
And finally up to Forward Fold.
Feet hip width apart
where we really wake up the backs of the legs,
bend the knees to, once again,
send some love to the lower back body.
Allow the weight of the head to round forward
so you feel the stretch through the whole back,
shoulders relaxing down.
And again, this one's for our mental health.
Calming the mind, bringing the head down, shaking it loose
and adding that layer of breath
to really bring a freshness
to our cellular body.
Take one more cycle of breath here to do whatever you want.
Keep the feet nice and planted firmly rooted,
grounding for the day.
Then release the arms and then slowly roll it up.
As you roll up, once again, put a little awareness.
If you like the metaphor of the seed
or maybe a little white light, whatever works for you,
put it at the base of the spine
and grow awareness energy
all the way up through the spinal column
as you rise up tall,
keeping the chin tucked as long as you can,
and then lengthening up through the crown.
These types of awareness practices, they're just tenfold
any sort of muscular thing you could do
even though of course we wanna build muscles
to support the spine for good posture.
But just taking some time in the morning to build awareness
and tend to the energy that runs up and down the spine
is so good for maintaining healthy posture
throughout the day.
Lift up through the front body.
Think of this whoosh of energy
kind of lifting your heart up,
maybe lifting the chin slightly.
Then it's all about balance, baby,
so ground the tailbone down,
lift up through the inner thighs,
and hopefully you all are doing these videos
wherever they are every week
and you did our healthy knee video.
You can engage the inner thigh and even the quad
to lift the kneecaps up a bit here and play with that.
Then nice and easy you're gonna take your hands
and you're gonna bring 'em to the left side
to look behind you as if you were going,
"Right this way."
Then you're gonna swing 'em to the front
and take it to the other side.
Then you're just gonna speed up that action
and do a little wake up call.
I like to call this knocking at heaven's door.
I feel like I read that in a Kundalini book
back when we had our nose in the books, man.
This is a little great good morning thing.
The key is to
not get in your head,
to keep length up through the crown,
to keep a soft bend in the knees
and that's why I said to engage your inner thigh and
the quads to protect the knees.
Keep your feet firmly rooted on the ground.
Keep it going.
It's okay to smile if you feel a little silly.
Then the last, the best part
is when you just give yourself a little
And then allow your breath to be a part of this.
Again, the morning practice is so great
because you're not carrying the baggage of the day.
But if you have any grogginess here,
just give a little (exhaling).
Whatever feels awesome.
Then speed it up like kind of an awkward amount of speed.
(rapidly breathing)
You're gonna come back to Mountain Pose.
Here we go.
Open the palms out wide, lift the chest, and be still.
Close your eyes.
Bend the knees.
Fingertips are gonna go down to come up.
Inhale, reach for the sky.
Big stretch.
Exhale, rain it down.
Move the fingertips, wiggle the toes or lift the toes.
Forward Fold.
Then you're gonna step just the left foot back.
Left foot steps back here and we lower the knee down.
Then inhale to look forward.
You're gonna think about your heart really reaching forward
and tug your right hip crease back.
Great. Big breath in.
Exhale to lift the back knee.
This is an option, of course.
You can keep it nice and low
if your energy level's still kind of low and soft.
Then from here plant the left palm.
Reach up towards the sky
and as you do that lift the hips, inhale.
Just a bit.
Front knee stays bent. Then exhale, bring it down.
Awesome. Back foot up.
Back foot comes up to meet the front.
I'm human, okay?
Then inhale, Halfway Lift.
When you do this we're gonna take airplane arms
so open the shoulders.
When you feel like you have that length,
send the fingertips out behind you,
palms pressing into an imaginary surface.
Now we're building strength.
Front body meeting the back body for good posture all day.
One more breath.
Maybe lift up through the triceps a little.
Then exhale to release.
(exhaling) Forward Fold.
Awesome, step the right toes back this time.
Lower the right knee.
Then loop the shoulder and inhale.
Really send your heart, chest forward.
Just check to make sure this front knee
is not going super far beyond the toes
or far beyond the ankle really.
Then pull that left hip crease back just a bit.
Then exhale.
Keep the heart opening forward
as you maybe use that exhale to bring the back knee up.
Really lift the back of that knee towards the ceiling.
Then right hand will come to the earth
and we revolve, open the heart, the chest forward
as you bring the left fingertips up.
Big twist.
Waking up the digestive organs.
All of the internal organs.
Really breathing deep
and then using an exhale to guide it back down.
This time we'll step the back foot,
excuse me, the front foot back.
Hello, good morning, Adriene.
You're coming into a Plank Pose.
You can lower to the knees here.
You just wanna find nice, long extension in the neck.
If you're in Plank, rock front to rock back.
Create one nice long line of awareness from crown to tail.
If you're on the knees
see if you can rotate the shoulders away
and again find that length from crown to tail.
Three, two, take it to Downward Dog, one.
Awesome work.
Feel it out.
Inhale deeply.
(exhaling) Everything.
Drop the left heel down here and inhale.
Lift the right leg up high.
Exhale, step it all the way up and through.
Pivot on the back foot.
Slowly roll up Warrior I but take your time.
Tend to the lower body first
and then reach the fingertips up high to the sky.
One more breath, inhale.
Then exhale.
Keep long through all four sides of the torso
as you open up Warrior II to the left.
Send your gaze past your right fingertips.
Everything that you've kind of cultivated
in your practice so far, embody it here.
Go through your checklist.
Exhale. Peaceful Warrior.
Reach the right fingertips all the way up and back.
Front knee stays over the front ankle
or reaching forward, shin bone reaching forward.
Inhale in.
Exhale, Extended Side Angle.
Right elbow to the top of the right thigh.
Left fingertips to the sky.
You can also take the right fingertips down
and that top hand forward depending on where you are
in your body today.
Here we go, inhale.
And exhale, navel draws in for support.
Here we go.
Peaceful, not Peaceful Warrior, Reverse Triangle.
Straighten through the front leg
and send your right fingertips all the way up and back.
Big breath, big stretch.
Should feel awesome.
Then here we go.
Triangle Pose.
You're gonna keep the front leg straight
as you reach the right fingertips forward.
Keep that length in all four sides that we've been doing
and then here we go.
Left fingertips up.
Right fingertips down.
See if you can get a little core activation here
rather than collapsing down.
Warrior II. Bend that front knee.
Gaze forward.
Awesome work.
Deep breath in.
Long breath out.
Peaceful Warrior just for a breath.
Hey, Benji!
Exhale to cartwheel all the way down.
Plant the palms, step the right toes back.
Big breath.
Exhale, lower all the way to the belly
or, if you're ready, Chaturanga to Up Dog.
You're gonna use a breath to open the chest, open the heart.
You might be in a nice low Cobra here.
Then send the hips up and back for Downward Dog.
An option is to also come to all fours first
and then peel up from there.
Be kind to your body, be gentle.
From Down Dog we'll anchor the right heel this time
and inhale, lift the left leg up high.
Exhale, step it all the way up and through.
There's no rush.
Pivot on the back foot.
Find your footing first.
Then wake up the spine
by tucking the chin and rolling it up from here
so you're not leading with the arms.
Then again, tend to the lower body first.
Then reach the fingertips high to the sky.
Virabhadrasana One from there.
Strong legs.
Breathing deep.
(deep breathing)
Press into the outer edge of that back foot.
Engage the right inner thigh.
Slow exhale.
Open to Warrior II on the right.
Deep bend in that front knee.
Drop your center, wake up the core,
gaze over the left fingertips.
Warrior II, Virabhadrasana Two.
Drop your center a little more.
You got it.
Here we go.
Peaceful Warrior, left fingertips
reach forward up and back.
Create space.
Set the tone for your day.
If you're struggling,
see if you can meet it with a softness,
with a fierce breath and a strong connection to your core,
your center.
Then exhale, again, from your center.
Navel draws in.
Extended Side Angle.
Take up space here, lots of space.
Strong body.
Starting to wake up, create a little heat.
Navel to spine.
Then big inhale.
And exhale, here we go all the way back.
This time Reverse Triangle so straighten that front leg.
Reach the left fingertips back.
Notice if the ribs are coming out here.
See if you can dial it in just a bit.
Hug the front body to meet the back.
Big stretch, big breath,
relax the shoulders away from the ears.
Inhale. Keep lifting up from the pelvic floor.
Then exhale.
Trikonasana, Triangle.
Reach the left fingertips forward.
Maintain that length.
Then here we go, tipping our teacup down
and revolving the heart open.
(deep breathing)
Breathing deep.
Pulling that left hip crease back.
Right inner thigh is nice and engaged.
Take one more big breath here.
And exhale, navel to spine.
Then here we go all the way back up nice and slow.
Warrior II. Pull the pinkies back.
Nice work, here we go.
Peaceful Warrior just for one breath.
Inhale, reach it back.
It'd be cool if Benji came back right here again
but he's gone.
Exhale, cartwheel all the way back.
He's fired.
Plant the palms, step the left toes back to Plank.
Just kidding, he's never fired.
Here we go.
Mindful Mountain Climbers just for about 10 seconds here.
So you can do whatever pace feels good.
It can be really fast or it can be really slow.
Mindful Mountain Climbers for five,
keep going, neck nice and long,
four, keep going,
you got it, three,
maybe cross it over, maybe speed it up, two,
and one.
Lower all the way to the belly.
Awesome work.
Swim the fingertips around to interlace behind the tail.
Press into the tops of the feet
and keep the heels hip width apart.
Then loop the shoulders back away from the ears.
Engage the upper back body.
Then tuck the chin into the chest and slowly roll it up.
Keep the neck nice and long.
You can close your eyes and gaze right at your third eye.
Inhale in.
Exhale, stay lifted.
Inhale in.
Exhale, stay lifted.
Then maybe a mantra for your day.
Inhale in.
Stay lifted, my friend.
Here you go. Release everything, awesome.
Press away from the earth.
Come back to all fours.
Walk the knees into center.
Child's Pose.
Fingertips all the way back towards the toes
as you round the forehead down.
Take a nice, fresh breath in here.
Exhale to empty it out.
Press into the tops of the feet.
Slowly, again, tuck in the chin to the chest.
Roll it up.
If this is not available to you in the knees
you can just come to a nice cross legged position
or comfortable seated position of your choice
and we'll roll all the way up.
Hands can come to the tops of the thighs.
Let me come all the way up,
lengthening through the crown.
Keep the lift.
If you're feeling sensation in your feet, that's the point.
We're gonna take a little twist to the left,
we're not gonna be here long.
Feet might be starting to wake up, tingle.
Quote me on that one, please.
Then back through center.
Gentle twist to the right.
Hug everything to the midline.
Protect this lower back and this SI.
This is gonna feel great.
Come back to center.
I promise, guys.
Palms come together.
We're gonna push 'em out to come forward.
Then you're gonna swing the legs to one side
and then send them all the way out long
and feel the sensation in your legs, the blood,
might even see the color in your feet.
Whew, Dandasana.
Hands are gonna come to the tops of the thighs here
or at your sides and you're gonna breathe deep
and just feel the sensation in your feet.
Now hug the left knee in.
Once again, hug the left knee in
and just a gentle twist to the left.
Then this time turn your gaze towards the front
and you're just gonna nod front, I mean up and down.
Really we're wanting to find this juicy action of the down,
the chin to the chest.
You should feel it in the left trap.
No tension or stress in the neck and shoulders today.
Connecting the lower body intelligence
with the higher self, the upper body intelligence.
It all collects in the neck, at least for me.
Alright, after one more delicious chin to chest here,
left elbow really hugging in
so you could feel that deep stretch, then you'll release.
We're gonna do a quick Baddha Konasana in between.
Bring the soles of the feet together.
You can massage the arches and inhale, lift your chest.
Exhale, ground down through the thighs.
Inhale, lift your chest more.
Exhale, ground down through the thighs.
Maybe a little Butterfly today.
Why not? Gentle.
♫ Memory
It's the one of maybe three songs I can play on the piano.
If you know it tell me down below.
Down below in the comments, jeez.
Squeeze your right knee to the chest.
Send your left leg out long.
Give it a big hug and a nice gentle,
so no pushing, no cranking, twist to the right.
When you feel like you have that,
maintain that in the spine and then look forward again.
And here we go.
Nodding the head up and down.
To really find the stretch that I'm inviting you to find
you wanna spiral your elbow in.
That's why we've been working
with elbow crease shining forward
so you really get that rotation of the shoulder
wrapping around and down.
Just play with that a little bit here.
Make sure you're breathing deep.
If you lost the breath, nice, conscious breath,
come back to it now.
Close your eyes and get all zeny a little bit here.
Relax your jaw.
You're gonna have an awesome day, man.
You're gonna have a great day.
Even if challenge strikes, which it does,
you're gonna be present, centered,
ready for anything.
Take one more chin to chest.
Maybe lean your heart forward a bit.
Come all the way back.
Soles of the feet come together.
Inhale in.
This time send your heart up and then forward.
Really drive your heart forward.
Maybe grab the toes or the ankles here
and one last Forward Fold.
Feel that deep stretch through the inner groin.
(deep breathing)
Take some super loving breaths here,
some super power breaths in and out.
Baby pulse if it feels good but be really mindful.
Keep your elbows in here.
Then one last time, plant that seed in the tailbone area,
the base of the spine, tuck your chin into the chest
and slowly roll it up.
As you roll up, you're gonna bring the knees together.
You're gonna sit back, way back,
and maybe the shins and the knees come up here
and we wake up, put a little fire in the belly.
Maybe take the fingertips out.
This is the last bit so hang with me.
Maybe you take palms to the left
and extend the right leg out long.
Give it a try.
Maybe you take palms namaste to the right,
extend the left leg out long.
Give it a try.
And back to center, here we go.
Let's just burst a big burst of fresh breath
and fresh energy.
Squeeze everything in, in, in.
Peek at me if you need to.
Then exhale, navel to spine for stability.
Send it all the way out and up.
Fingertips, toes up.
♫ Navasana
Awesome, and then release.
Close your eyes, get still for just one moment.
I choose to have an awesome day.
Clean slate.
Inviting a freshness into the body and the mind.
Throw the hands to the heart.
Hats off to you.
Thank you so much
for spending a little time with me this morning
and hundreds, millions, actually,
of people around the world.
We take time to fill our cup
we can then allow it to overflow
so we can help others
find a meaningful contribution to humanity.
But there's no pressure to do that in a day.
So just do your best and find what feels good.
Deep breath in.
Long breath out.
If this video helped you, share it with someone you know
to help them spread the love.
We'll finish by bringing the thumbs up to the third eye
and bowing to the awesome within
and recognizing that in all beings.
Have a kick butt day!
(upbeat music)

Yoga For Writers | Yoga With Adriene

– Hi everyone, welcome to Yoga With Adriene.
I'm Adriene, and I'm here with my muse, Benji,
and today we have a big request.
It's yoga for writers.
So hop into something comfy, and let's get started.
(upbeat music)
Alright, my friend,
let's begin in a comfortable seat today.
Come on down to the ground.
Thank you so much for selecting this video.
I hope it serves you well.
You know, the hardest part is showing up.
We know that as writers,
or people who are wanting to practice
sitting down to write regularly.
So let this be a beautiful step in the right direction,
something that supports you in your practice.
For today, if you want,
to get a little blanket or pillow to sit up on.
We're gonna begin in a cross-legged seat,
or any comfortable seat of your choice,
where you can get the spine nice and long and tall.
So I'll give you a second to get settled in here,
and let's approach this just kind of soft and easy,
so if you're feeling really cramped up today
or you're feeling frustrated,
that's all good, just come as you are,
and we're gonna ease into the practice
with some slow breaths,
some mindful breathing.
As you're ready, sit up nice and tall,
relax your shoulders,
again, working toward sitting up nice and tall.
If it's not happening today, it's okay.
It's the working toward that goal that that really matters.
Sitting up on something does help.
Take a second to just allow your energy
to drop into this moment.
Carve a little path inward,
and work to
slowly let the day thus far,
your thinking mind, your to-do list,
let it go for now.
And let's take a deep breath in together.
And as you exhale,
just place the hands mindfully
on the knees or the thighs, or even in your lap,
but just a mindful placement, with that breath out.
And then on your next breath in,
let this inhale be longer, smoother,
deeper, fuller, here we go.
And then exhale everything out,
letting go of the thinking mind.
And finally, if you haven't already,
close your eyes or soften your gaze,
gently down past your nose,
and this time, we're gonna take a big breath in together.
Here we go, inhale.
Fill it up. Sit up nice and tall.
And at the top of the breath,
we're gonna pause and hold the breath.
Hold it, hold it, hold it.
And empty it out.
Great, repeat. Here we go.
Big inhale.
Fill it up, fill it up, fill it up, fill it up. Pause.
Retain the breath at the top,
relax the shoulders.
Keep the skin in the face relaxed as well.
And empty it out.
Let everything go.
Again, big inhale, in through the nose.
Think of this being a lateral breath,
breathing in all four sides of the torso,
fill it up, fill it up, fill it up, fill it up.
Capture the magic, pause. Hold the energy.
Hold the breath at the top.
Good, now let everything go.
Maybe this one is out through the mouth.
Alright, inhale in again.
Breathe in, breathe in, breathe in, breathe in, pause.
Hold at the top, relax the shoulders.
Relax the skin of the face. Relax your jaw.
And empty it out.
Last one. Here we go, big inhale.
Big, full, lateral breath.
Feeling all four sides of the torso expand
as you breathe in, sitting up nice and tall,
maybe finding a gentle lift in your heart space
for this one. Pause, hold,
retain at the top. Keep it soft and easy.
relaxed in the body, capture the magic,
For three, hold it for two,
and one, empty everything out.
Nice and easy, we're gonna drop the chin to the chest.
Pause here.
You can bat the eyelashes open here.
And use the, or listen to the sound of my voice
to guide you so you can keep your gaze down.
Let the hips be heavy.
Imagine you're pinching a pencil
between your two shoulder blades.
So you're gonna draw the scaps together,
and then once they kiss together,
you're holding that pencil, take it down.
Let the shoulder blades melt down the back body.
So we're coming in and together.
You will feel an adjustment in your hands and your arms.
In and together, and then down the back body.
Now, breathe deeply here.
Again, feeling the lungs, the ribcage,
expand as you breathe in.
And then soften as you breathe out.
And then relax the skin of the forehead,
close your eyes if you need to
to help initiate this action
as you create a big passive stretch
in the back of the neck.
Then slow tick-tocks,
drawing the left ear towards
the front of the left shoulder,
and then the right ear
towards the front of the right shoulder,
so chin stays down and you're tick-tocking here.
You should feel this great stretch
from the base of the neck
to the trapezius,
that big ol' trapezius muscle.
Maybe pause on one side, take a cycle of breath.
And then take it to the opposite side, same thing.
Oh, yeah.
And bring it back to center when you feel ready.
And slowly carve a line with the nose to sit back up.
Try to align head over heart,
heart over pelvis here.
Inhale, send the fingertips forward.
Exhale, cross one arm over the other,
give yourself a big hug.
Inhale in deeply.
Exhale, completely draw the shoulders down.
Beautiful, from here,
keep the hips heavy, sits bones rooted to the ground.
You're gonna tick-tock from one side to the other.
Getting a little gentle stretch in the side body
and the low back, so nice and easy back and forth.
So try to keep the hips really heavy here.
Excellent. Then slowly release the arms,
opposite arm on top, same thing, tick-tock back and forth,
maybe a little deeper this time.
Think of the side body as a stick of taffy,
and each time you gently come to one side
you're giving it a little bit more bend.
A little bit of stretch.
All the while, connecting to center.
Elongating your inhales. Extending your exhales.
Great, then we'll come back to center.
Release the arms, bring the palms to the knees,
take a deep breath in
as you shrug your shoulders up to your ears.
Squeeze, squeeze, squeeze and lift
and then exhale, drop it down.
Good, twice more like that.
Inhale, squeeze and lift.
Exhale, shoulder blades down the back-body as you drop.
And one more, take it away.
Awesome. Left hand to right knee cap.
Sit up nice and tall.
Inhale, lift your heart,
lift the crown of the head. Exhale, twist.
So stimulating the energetic body here,
the digestive organs too,
but really working to create
a healthy flow of energy that runs up and down the spine.
Get the creative juices flowing.
You can nod the head a little,
yes here, maybe no. Keep breathing deep.
Good, then take it through center
and to the other side.
Resist the urge to rock back here.
Work to gently stimulate the muscles of your core
to sit up nice and tall.
And these things take practice
so just do your best,
using an inhale to lengthen up through the heart,
up through the crown.
Using an exhale to maybe look past your left shoulder.
And any soft, easy movement in the head or neck
that feels good, take it here.
Awesome. Then we'll bring it back to center.
We're gonna come through to all fours.
If you need a little padding for the knees,
you can use your yoga mat if you have one
to double up like so and place the knees here.
Easy, simple trick.
You can also use your blanket or towel of course.
We're gonna come to a little Tabletop Position.
Bring your wrists right underneath the shoulders,
your knees right underneath your hip points.
And then once you have this nice neutral spine,
I'm gonna invite you to walk your hands out
just a little bit wider than your shoulder.
Alright, Cat-Cow. Nice and slow here to start.
Press into the tops of the feet.
Press into your index finger and thumb.
And then press into all of your knuckles.
Good, here we go, inhale, drop the belly.
Open the chest, again, slow to start here,
open the heart, the chest.
Hang out here for a couple breathes.
Close your eyes.
Notice, notice, notice.
Notice if you feel a trembling, even here right away.
And then from a place of connect,
whatever that means to you,
claw through the fingertips, press into the toes,
hug the low ribs in, we're gonna arch the spine,
arc the spine, excuse me,
chin to chest, crown of the head goes down.
Again, slow to start here.
Creating a lot of space in the upper back body.
Imagine lengthening, so rather than tucking,
just think about lengthening the tailbone down
towards the earth.
Take a couple more breathes here, to notice.
And now let's move with the breath.
Inhale, drop the belly, open the chest.
Really, really press into the feet today.
And then exhale, claw through the fingertips,
round the spine, really, really, really claw
into those first knuckles.
Just claw into all of your knuckles, actually.
Inhale, drop the belly.
Open the chest, look forward.
Exhale, grounding through all of your fingers and knuckles,
round through the spine, chin to chest,
draw the navel up, up, up.
Moving with your breath, inhale, Cow Pose.
Exhale, Cat Pose.
Now take one more round
just with the sound of your breath.
So find an audible breath and move with that.
Come back to nice neutral spine,
big toes to touch, knees nice and wide.
Send the hips back, Child's Pose,
Extended Child's Pose.
But today you're gonna send the hips back,
walk the fingertips forward,
stay here, or there's an option
to bring the palms up behind the nape of the neck here.
If that feels good, walk the elbows forward.
Start to get a deeper, deeper stretch
through the shoulder girdle, and the chest.
And now, my darling friend, close your eyes.
Keep up with your nice audible breath,
let it be your soundtrack.
Notice the quality of air in the room,
any sounds that might be around you.
And then keep returning to the sound of your breath
and the sensation in your body.
Even the sticky sensations, the fussy ones.
Pay attention.
Excellent, then slowly we'll release.
We're gonna come all the way through,
back to all fours.
Walk the knees back underneath the hips,
and then walk 'em back,
and you're gonna slowly bend your elbows
and come onto your belly.
From here, center yourself on the mat,
press into the tops of the feet,
slowly draw your hands in line with your ribcage.
Squeeze your elbows into your side body,
and inhale, lift up slowly, Bhujangasana.
Keep it nice and low here to start
as you hug the elbows in like little grasshopper legs.
Exhale to release, press back up to all fours.
You got this.
Find that Tabletop Position.
Then take the hands a little wider.
Pinkies towards the edge of your mat.
Index fingers pointing forward.
Then here we go, curl the toes under,
take a deep breath in.
Exhale, upper arm bones rotate out,
and we peel the tailbone up towards the sky,
Downward Facing Dog.
So getting a little healthy, fresh blood flow to the brain.
Getting the heart above the head.
You can pedal the feet out here, bend the knees.
And if this is not a great shape for you,
you can just come into Extended Child's Pose.
Keep rooting through those knuckles,
keep pressing into the fingertips.
Upper arm bones rotate out
as your heart melts through
and towards your kneecaps.
Then for a second here, find stillness.
Capture the magic, the energy.
Soften your gaze.
Think long, beautiful neck.
Inner thighs rotating in towards each other.
Nice inner spiral.
Find stillness.
If you're wearing a baggy shirt like me
you can go into your own little private love cave,
little cave of ideas and wonder.
Take it where you can get it, right?
Big inhale.
Exhale, slow release of the knees to the earth.
From here, bring the tops of the feet to the ground.
We're gonna walk the hands
all the way up to the thighs,
and we're gonna come to a kneeling position.
If this is not great for you,
you can do it on the belly,
and that's where we're headed after this,
so we'll meet you there.
Alright, roll your sleeves up if you got 'em.
Here we go, lengthen tailbone down.
Lift heart up.
Swim the fingertips around, spread the fingertips,
and you're gonna interlace them behind your back.
Knuckles drawn down towards the backs of the knees.
Start to open up through the chest.
Again, imagine you're pinching that pencil
between your two scaps, your shoulder blades.
And then open up through the chest here
as you draw the knuckles towards your heels.
Close your eyes, relax your jaw.
Maybe soft, easy movement here in the head and neck.
We'll listen to your body and respond,
sweetly, generously, kindly.
Stay grounded by pressing into the tops of the feet.
For one more breath, maybe you take your sternum up,
your chest up, maybe you take your chin up,
and then gaze back, just for a hair.
And then exhale to release everything, awesome.
Shake the hands a little,
maybe rotate the wrists one way and then the other.
We're gonna come onto the belly now,
so come back to the hands, hands kiss the earth.
We walk the knees back, just like we did before,
and we're gonna lower onto the belly.
This time we'll swim the fingertips around here,
for Shalabhasana, opposite them on top,
if you interlaced before.
Knuckles are gonna draw towards the heels,
and when you're ready, inhale in.
Exhale, press in your foundation
to lift up nice and low.
So I'm not really coming to my max here
and I'm keeping my feet on the ground.
Press the pubic bone down into the earth.
Lengthen the neck by tucking the chin slightly.
Breathe here, feel your breath move in you,
that rise and fall.
Good, and then slowly, on an exhale,
release with control.
Press back up to all fours,
and bring the knees wide once again.
On your next inhale, open up through the chest,
send your right fingertips up towards the sky.
Lean back, way back,
and then on your exhale, thread the needle,
right arm underneath the bridge of the left arm.
You're gonna really come, or work to come onto
the right ear, the right shoulder here.
So you're wanting to feel a big stretch
in the upper back body,
and then a beautiful twist
in the mid and lower back, nice and easy.
Legs are still firmly planted on the earth.
If you wanna take a little bind here
by bringing the left hand to the low back,
or the front of the right hip crease, you can.
Otherwise, keep the left elbow bent.
Inhale in deeply here.
Exhale, let everything go. Empty, empty, empty.
One more time, inhale.
Good, on your exhale this time,
come back through to center,
and we'll take it to the other side.
So big stretch of the left arm up and overhead,
spread the left fingertips.
And then exhale, thread the needle.
Listen to your body as you move through the shape.
So don't wait to listen 'til once you've landed.
Connect the dots.
Connect the brain with the body.
Find a version here that suits you.
Maybe you take the bind.
Think about spiraling your heart up towards the sky.
Think about turning your left low ribs
up towards the sky.
Inhale in deeply here, breathe.
Exhale, empty it out,
listen to the sound of your breath.
Good, inhale in.
And exhale to slowly come
all the way back through to center, awesome.
Walk the knees in towards each other.
We're gonna slowly swing the legs to one side, any side.
And then send your legs out long in front of you.
You can bend the knees as generously as you like here.
I encourage it.
Inhale to reach all the way up towards the sky.
And exhale to think up and over
as you dive into a Seated Forward Fold.
Maybe start with the knees bent.
Feel free to lift your hips up if you like.
And when you're ready, rounding the head
gently forward, a reverent bow.
Bowing the mind intelligence
in towards the body intelligence.
And as always, I just like to remind everyone,
if that resonates, great. If it doesn't,
just leave it behind, and take charge of your practice.
Breathe deep, breathe full, slow breaths.
Pay attention to the sensations.
Maybe we work to straighten the legs in time.
Maybe we can feel our body talking to us,
and so we'll respond with more breath,
more loving awareness.
If you can, try to let the weight of your head go here.
See if you can feel the skin of your back
stretch as you breathe in.
And then gently, softly retract as you breathe out.
Again, big expansion as you breathe in.
Good, and then softening as you breathe out.
Take one more on your own here.
And then slowly release.
Awesome work.
We're gonna bring the knees up, feet come to the mat.
Bring your bum closer towards your heels.
Take a deep breath in.
As you exhale, slowly bring the knees to one side
and then the other, and then you're just gonna
use this little windshield wiper effect
to come all the way down to your back.
So that's gonna give you a little scooch
of the bum down, when your ready,
come onto your back.
We'll hug both knees into the chest when you get there,
and take the deepest breath you've taken in all day.
Little lower back love.
You can draw circles with the knees.
You can rock gently side to side,
or if you're enjoying
kind of residing in the stillness today,
with just some deep, full breathing, do that.
Listen, find what feels good.
Good, then bring your left leg to the ground.
Cross your right ankle over your left.
Go ahead and thread the needle here,
and we're gonna open up the hips
by just taking a gentle Reclined Pigeon.
Keep the feet active.
Again, extend the left leg, if you like.
Otherwise, keep it bent
at a nice 90 degree angle.
Breathing deep. Using this time
to check in with some loving, active breaths.
Move the energy.
Calm the nervous system.
Focus the brain and body inward,
so that you can perform, create, be your best.
Alright, let the left leg go down.
Continue to bring the right toes
over towards the front left corner of your mat.
And then we're gonna shift the hips
to the right side of the mat,
so peek at me here if you need to.
And then just allow the knees
to fall gently to the left.
You can open the arms out, cactus arms,
or maybe a W shape here.
W, for the writers.
Just kidding, super nerdy (chuckles).
Take a deep breath in.
And exhale to come back, right?
You gotta say the bad ideas too.
You gotta just get 'em all out.
And second side,
cross the left ankle over the right leg.
Thread the needle here.
Find soft, easy movement, if it feels good.
Extend the leg, bend the knee.
Inhale in.
Exhale, right foot comes to the earth.
We continue to cross the left leg over
as if you're sitting cross-legged at a desk,
and then we're gonna bring the hips over
towards the left side of the mat.
Peek at me if you need to.
And then allow the knees to fall over.
Alright, maybe a W here,
with bent elbows, maybe cactus arms.
Close your eyes.
As you breathe, think down,
downward directional breath
as you breathe in, into the belly.
Right to that root chakra, the base of the spine,
and then as you breathe out,
let it travel up and out
through the nose or mouth.
Good, inhale in.
Exhale slowly, unravel everything back to center.
From here, you're gonna bring the feet to the ground,
bring your hands underneath your bum.
Walk the elbows in,
so your bum should be on your wrists,
spread your palms wide.
Then extend the legs out long.
This is good for the wrists, the forearms, the hands.
If you're wanting to just do the more therapeutic version,
walk the heels together
and just stay on your hands here.
If you wanna add a little level of core,
we're gonna inhale just one leg up here.
Exhale, switch, scissoring the legs.
Keep it going.
Keep rooting through your knuckles.
Pressing into the fingerprints.
Nice and easy.
One leg up, one leg down.
And then if you wanna challenge yourself,
bring both legs low,
and for this last bit, we'll kick the legs,
kick, kick, kick, low scissors, for five.
You got this, four. Claw through the fingertips,
three, two, you're doing awesome.
On the one, hug the knees in,
release the arms, bring them to the shins,
squeeze everything in, in, in.
And exhale, let it go,
bring the feet as wide as your yoga mat,
knees come in towards each other,
to rest together.
Ending in this constructive resting posture
where we will close our eyes,
let the hands rest gently wherever feels good.
Should feel a nice little compression in the sacrum.
Everything is relaxed.
You're not holding anything.
So if your knees are not touching,
bring them together here.
Alright, close your eyes.
And quietly,
if you're willing,
quietly repeat this
affirmation to yourself.
Keep breathing.
Repeat after me.
When I sit down.
When I sit down.
Ideas flow freely.
Ideas flow freely.
Keep breathing.
Repeat after me.
When I sit down.
My ideas flow freely.
Inhale to bring palms together.
Go ahead and draw your thumbs up to the third eye.
Exhale here.
Thank you for joining me for this practice.
Let me know how it goes for you,
in the comment section down below.
Sit down, write us a little note,
and together we can share and cheerlead each other.
Have each other's back.
One final breath in.
And we'll close this practice by whispering
(upbeat music)

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truke yoga power neckband earphone and truke Fit 1 tws true earbuds

Here are two new products that was recently launched in India, on amazon the truke yoga power neckband magnetic earphone and truke Fit 1 TWS true bluetooth wireless earbuds. Both these devices are powered by Bluetooth 5.0.

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On a full charge you will get up to 20 hours of non-stop usage. These are
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truke Fit 1, true wireless headsets designed to deliver crystal clear sound with true bass on Single Press. Also using Bluetooth Ver. 5.0. These wireless headsets can provide up to 12 hrs. of music playback with 300mAh charging case.

Battery life of tws earbuds is about 3 to 4 hours.

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Yoga tras las rejas: reclusos argentinos practican la milenaria técnica

Una agrupación llamada Moksha lleva la práctica del yoga al interior de los centros penitenciarios argentinos, para ayudar a los reclusos a lidiar con su encierro y mejorar su convivencia.

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Yoga para Principiantes | 15 Minutos Yoga para Perder Peso

Con esta clase de yoga para principiantes en español podrás perder peso entre otros beneficios. Además, con esta práctica de 15 minutos, podrás adelgazar y tonificar el abdomen.

Esta milenaria disciplina es uno de los mejores sistemas del cuidado integral que existen. En el yoga, cuerpo, mente y espíritu se fortalecen con la práctica de las asanas, la respiración y la meditación.

Espero que lo disfrutéis… Me gustaría hacer más pero quiero saber lo que pensáis y si os gustaría ver más prácticas como esta. Por favor, dejad debajo vuestras ideas. ¡Me ayudará a saber mejor que nuevas cosas hacer para vosotras!

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