Hands Free Yoga Workout – Yoga With Adriene
Hands Free Yoga Workout – Yoga With Adriene

– Hey everyone, welcome
to Yoga with Adriene, I’m Adrian, and today we
have an awesome no hands yoga practice for you. It’s fiery, it’s full of integrity, and it’s sure to feel
good. Let’s get started. (gentle guitar music) Alright, today we’re gonna
begin standing with the feet hip width apart. And in general for
today’s practice, we’re gonna be working,
kind of hip width apart, working on these
two parallel lines. You’ll hear it mentioned
in yoga from time to time, these, railroad tracks,
this idea of two skis rather than a tight rope. So that’s how we’re gonna play. Homie play like that today. So take a second to lengthen
the tailbone down, it’s dumb, and lift up through
the arches of the feet, and just find your footing. You can take a
look down, lift the toes, start to engage
through the legs, then when you’re ready, all the way up through
the torso, the spine, finding a little awareness
through the shoulders, and the neck. And finding a
little lift up through the very top of the head. So for a moment here
we’ll close the eyes, and just open the palms,
soft and easy, in the hands. Begin to notice your breath. And choose to commit to
the duration of this video, take this time for you,
check in with your body. This hands free practice
is just really great for anyone who’s wanting
to nurture the body, do a little energetic hygiene. Begin to deepen your breath. Notice if you’re
locking in the knees. See if you can find
a little softness, a little buoyancy there. (breathes heavily) And then use the breath
to kind of drop a pin, you know on like Google
Maps, you can drop the pin? Just drop the pin right here. Our practice is not long
today, so we’re gonna make the most of it, working to stay present. Moment to moment. With the body,
and with the breath. (breathes deeply) Awesome, then take one
deep breath in here, and then on an exhale,
open the eyes, and on your next big breath in, we’re gonna reach the arms
all the way to the sky, just taking a big
full body stretch here. Stay here for a couple breaths. Notice what’s going
on with the rib cage, with the shoulders,
with your feet. Maybe open the palms, notice
if your feet have moved. Breathe deep. Then wiggle the fingers,
take one more deep breath in, stand up as tall as you can, then bend the knees, and
take it all the way down. Forward fold, feel the blood
rush opposite direction, and bend the knees as
generously as you need to here, find what feels good. Notice if the feet have moved. Toes still pointing forward. You might find stillness here, and just use the power of
the breath to move you. Or you might want to
improvise a little here, freestyle, grabbing the
wrists, excuse me, the elbows, rocking a little, side to side. Shaking the head. (deep breathing) Breath and tuck the
chin into the chest, and bend the knees even more. Begin to roll it all the way
back up to your mountain pose. Pressing all four corners of
the feet firmly into the Earth. Drawing energy up, up, up. Great, find that lift through the sternum. And on your next inhale, we’re
gonna send the fingertips out left to right, palms
facing down here to start. Pull the pinkies back, kind of like, Kate Winslet here, Titanic. And then just shifting
a little front to back, toes to heels. And then, come to stillness, head over heart, heart over pelvis. And we’re gonna open the
palms, open the chest, total Kate Winslet as you
lift the chest, big breath in, exhale hands to heart. So that’s our flow
here for a second. Inhale, fingertips reach
out, palms face down. Exhale, pull the pinkies back. Inhale, rotate in the
shoulders, open the hands, open the heart, lift, lift,
lift, and then release. Exhale, hands to heart, namaste. Great, one more time, inhale,
spreading the fingertips, reaching left to right. Exhale, pull the pinkies back. Inhale, open the chest,
lift your heart, open the palms forward. And then exhale,
hands together, namaste. And it’s crazy, just that
awareness in working with integrity kind of brings a
little warmth to the body, really awesome, so nice. Okay, so soft knees here, you’re
gonna want to zip the legs together as you’re normally
used to doing them, so today I’d like you to
keep the two parallel lines as you take the right foot
forward and the left foot back. Left heel is lifted, and
we’re just warming up the legs here, so bend that
left knee so you can find a little length down
through the tailbone. We’re definitely firing up
the muscles of the legs, so, breathe deep. Find that energetic lift
up from the pelvic floor. Okay, if this is too much
for you, you can lower that back knee, all the
way down, ah, so nice. Breathing deep. Great, spike the left heel towards the back edge of your mat. Pull the right hip crease
back as well, and again, lifting up from the pelvic floor. The thumbs, the hands are here,
so you can lift the sternum to the thumbs, little reminder,
so we’re not collapsed. Breathing deep, you might
even find active arms. Whatever feels good. (deep breathing) Inhale in. Long exhale out. Beautiful, inhale in. Long, even exhale out. Beautiful, then we’re gonna
straighten the right leg, pivot on the back foot, and then just take a
second to adjust the feet so that the left toes are pointing in, and the right toes
are pointing towards the front edge of your mat. Great, beautiful here,
we’re gonna inhale, reach the fingertips
all the way up. And then exhale,
left fingertips back, right fingertips forward. Pull the pinkies back
just like you did before, and remember that
lift in the heart. Triangle pose, inhale in,
as you exhale, send the hips back as you reach the
right fingertips forward. Keep that length in
the right side body, as you send it all the way down. So, our core workout
today is triangle. So careful not to
crash into your shin, you can use the fingertips
to guide you on a block or on the leg here, but don’t collapse. Really tap into that
fire in the belly here, as you breathe deep,
open up through the chest. Left hand can be on the
waistline too, here. No need to crank in the neck,
so maybe keep the gaze down, or take it straight out, if
you’re wanting to take the left arm all the way up, find
length through the crown. Big breaths here. Great, one more big inhale. And then exhale, root
down through the feet, lift your heart, find that
lift up from the pelvic floor. Beautiful, let’s bring the
hands to the waistline. We’re gonna pivot back to
that nice low lunge here. Or high lunge, rather. Big breath in. Big breath out. You’re gonna step the back
foot up to meet the front, feet hip width apart, inhale in, exhale, connect to your center,
find that Uddiyana Bandha, draw the navel inward and
upward as you step up. Beautiful. Big inhale in, big exhale,
hands come to heart. Great, nothing fancy here,
feel free to look down. Stepping the right toes back,
front knee over front ankle. Make sure you’re not on a
tightrope, two parallel lines here, bend the right knee, find length, all the way up through the torso. Again, we can lower the right
knee down here, no prob. Breathing deep. So you’re not waiting
here, you’re refining. Building strength,
using the breath. Inner thighs kind of hugging
to the mid-line here, we lift up from the pelvic floor. (deep breathing) Great, then take one
more deep breath in here, and then use your exhale to
straighten that front leg, pivot on the back foot. Check your foundation, the
rotation of this back leg’s super important, right toes
pointing towards the front right corner of your yoga mat. Left toes pointing forward. Lengthen tailbone down,
and when you’re ready, go ahead and take the
arms all the way out. Lift the heart. I think I did the arms
different but that’s okay, it’s really about the legs here. Lifting up. Find your breath. And on an exhale, triangle, reaching left
fingertips forward, sending the hips back, trying to maintain this
length in the left side body, as your pose unfolds. Again, this is our
core workout today, so hug the low ribs in. Open the chest up towards the
sky, find length in the neck, breathe deep. Welcome that heat. One more breath here, you got it. Beautiful, we’ll press into
the Earth, lift the heart, come all the way back up. Go ahead and bring the
hands to the heart here, we’ll bend the front
knee, dial it forward. Strong legs. Stepping the back foot
up to meet the front, nice and slow and in control, see if you can find that lift
up from the pelvic floor. Big breath in, big breath out. Awesome, so feet are
hip width apart here. Toes pointing forward,
palms still together. Inhale in, as you exhale, sit back. Utkatasana, I said that
really weird, Utkatasana. Utkatasana with the feet wide, so we’re just sitting back here, the fingertips are
gonna come forward as a little counter balance. And we just find baby pulses. We’re trying to get the
knees over the heels. We’re trying to hug
the lower ribs in, keep the shoulders relaxed,
baby pulsing. You got it, five more. Five more breaths, sorry. Almost done, stay focused on
the breath, calm in the face, working the legs. Great, and then press
into the feet and release. Fingertips come down,
we take a deep breath in through the nose, and exhale, let it go out through
the mouth, shake it off. Great, close your eyes,
notice how you feel. Draw the palms
together at the heart. Awesome work everyone,
okay, here we go, stepping the right foot
forward, left foot back, come back to your lunge. So draw the navel
inward and upward. Remember this energetic lift
here, slow mindful movement. Inhale in, exhale step to the
top, soft bend in the knees. Inhale in, exhale, step
the right foot back. Inhale, step to the top. Exhale, step it back,
moving with the breath. Inhale, exhale. So you can take a breath
in between here if you need to move slower, otherwise,
moving with your breath, back and forth, keeping that
front knee over front ankle. And really, rather than
coming into this big lunge each time, we’re working
to keep this lift up through the pelvic
floor, sternum to thumbs. So getting our heart
rate going a little bit. (deep breathing) Knees bent. Great, keep it going. Great, one more on each side. Back to center. Inhale, reach the
arms all the way up, exhale, forward fold,
all the way down. Let it go, start to cool it off. (gentle sigh) Bend the knees, tuck
the chin to the chest, and begin to roll it up, all the way. Smile, relax your shoulders. We’re gonna reach the
fingertips around to interlace behind, opening the chest. Lifting the heart. Knuckles draw
down and away here, we rinse the upper back body,
lift the heart, lift the chin. Nice big confidence boosting
post here, inhale in. And then exhale, let it go, break free. Palms come together one last time. Awesome work my friends,
beautiful, beautiful. We’ll take one more
deep breath in together. And this time, as you
exhale, bow head to heart, chin to chest. We’re done. Alrighty my friends,
awesome work, great job, be sure to drink lots of water today. Supplement this practice
with your other practices if you’re attending
to sore wrists. Also check out our Yoga
for Healthy Wrists videos, a lot of times problems
with the hands and forearms and wrists can be
tended to with body work and with mindfulness. So check those out if you’re interested. Questions and comments
always welcome below. Subscribe to the channel
if you haven’t already, and share this video with your
friends and your loved ones. And your enemies. Alright, take good care, namaste. (gentle guitar music)

100 thoughts on “Hands Free Yoga Workout – Yoga With Adriene”

  1. SCNSarahM says:

    I recently fractured my hand and my cast has prevented me from most forms of exercise. I am an active person, so it has been hard for me to cut back on physical activity. I cannot express enough how grateful I am for this video! Thank you Adriene!

  2. Diane Severson Mori says:

    Great for me as I have osteo-arthritis in both my thumbs and can’t flatten my hands. I will be looking into the healthy wrist sessions too! Thank you!

  3. ShaJreen shaikh says:

    Thank You ♥️

  4. Mia Harms says:

    I searched for a wrist free class since I can't bear weight on my right shoulder and then the intro I was like waiiiit that's Austin!!! I'm a Native haha. Makes me love this even more.

  5. Trine Rein Official says:

    I just discovered these yoga no arms, no wrists, no pressure videos, and I'm so cheered up! I managed to injure my arm a few weeks ago, and the recovery is taking so long for someone as impatient as me. This enables me to practice yoga in the meantime! Yay!! Thank you so much! Namaste!

  6. jess6040 says:

    This is a great set for pregnancy. I can't do fluid floor movements and my wrists are sore from carpal tunnel symptoms. I've been doing yoga roughly once a week throughout. At 38 weeks, This got my heart rate going just perfectly. 😊

  7. Sharrit says:

    I got an immunisation yesterday and I'm finding my upper arm muscle is still too sore to do much in the way of weight bearing. So glad this practice exists! I was able to keep my "Dedicate" groove going while still fully participating in this practice.

  8. Sofia Milas says:

    It would be great if you expanded more hands free sessions. I have chronic tendonitis in both wrists and now have carpal tunnel syndrome.

  9. Darcy M says:

    Loved this! I messed up my shoulder at work and so this was much appreciated. Would love a longer version of this type of class!

  10. Janine Ripper says:

    Wow I didn't know what to expect from not using my hands and wrists in this workout however it was quite a little yoga workout which did create some fire!

  11. Noorahuda Alash says:

    I love you adriene! you always bring out the best of me ❤❤

  12. Janet deCardenas says:

    Thanks for this video! I can't use my wrists due to osteoarthritis during yoga. This fits the bill!

  13. Sarah Daraban says:

    This was awesome!!

  14. Elena Douvanis Irwin says:

    I am so grateful for what you do! I’ve been avoiding my yoga practice due to wrist pain and found your videos for a hands free practice as well as yoga for healthy wrists and hands. I know it may take a while to work through the pain and regain my strength, but THANK YOU for giving me somewhere safe to start. 🙏🏼💜

  15. Petra Vanáková says:

    Thank you so much for this video! I fell down on my knees during the weekend (thanks to my own clumsiness really :D) anyway I can't really kneel down, but I cannot imagine my day without yoga practice anymore (thanks to you Adriene ) so this video was absolutely perfect 🙂 Thank you once again! 🙂

  16. Gill Smith says:

    Wow, this little diddy has a bit of everything ! Yummy hands free for me 😊 mostly very slow and controlled, lovely focus, power moves, a little core, a little cardio … I enjoyed that. 2 more to the end of CARE, Spring is almost here ! See you tomorrow on the mat 🧘🏼‍♀️🧘🏻‍♀️🙏💞

  17. Liz Beardmore says:

    I returned to swimming yesterday after a three month break. The stretches in this practice were a perfect follow on. The joy of body restoration! Thank you Adriene xx Namaste 💟💟

  18. Anne Stephenson says:

    Just downloaded March's RESET calendar. So looking forward to March 20th (if I can resist jumping ahead)

  19. Angelina f says:

    I'm sweating, I didn't expect that. A pleasant surprise though I feel light and strong <3 Thank you, Namaste 🙂

  20. Jo spice Blackwood says:

    This was Absolutely amazing…timely. horay for the yes allowing

  21. Thiago Messias says:

    Gratitude 🙏🏾

  22. judith martinez says:

    Namaste 🙂

  23. Carly Reil says:

    "With each step I am more certain – everything will turn out fine.
    I have confidence, the world can all be mine! They'll have to agree
    I have confidence in me." (I've been told my life is a musical) thanks for a great confidence boost, Adriene 🙏 namaste

  24. Sylvain CLEMENT says:

    very good practice! Thank you!

  25. SOMEBROAD1 Limited says:

    Nice punch! Enjoyed this practice a lot! Dusted the bicycle off yesterday and road through the neighborhood omg my legs were on fire 🔥 and I was breathing like I was making an obscene phone call 😂 I totally thought I was gonna die in today’s practice and I didn’t!! Woo hoo. ✌️❤️

  26. El Nene .Galan says:

    Hola Adriene, me gusto la práctica Care d hoy, no 🚲, porque esta 🌬🌧en el Bay Area…

  27. Sarina Reuben says:

    Lovely thanks x

  28. D a w s a c says:

    CARE day 26

    Nice refreshing session today, the lunges have put my balance and footing to a test!



  29. jupiter is a bean says:

    I started this practice with a massive headache and now I feel so much better !!!

  30. Gary Vigor says:

    wow that was so quick thanks

  31. Vanessa Morris says:

    I was low on energy today but this practice got me energized and ready to keep in sync with my breath and not as much complaining from my mind so I feel great thank u Adriene , hope everyone had a wonderful practice, Namaste Everyone 💞💕💖💗🙏🙏

  32. Laura Hart says:


  33. Anvah AH says:

    Great practice! It makes me so happy to feel how much stronger my thighs are since I've started. Building that strong foundation! Been doing YWA since the end of last year and only missed 5 days so far this year. I feel great 🙂

  34. IrishAisling says:

    Day 58 done !
    I did yoga everyday of January and February 2019. It feels great, I’m proud of myself and thankful to you adriene for gifting us these videos 😊
    These videos are my daily me time.
    🙏🏻 namaste

  35. Hilary Thomson says:

    Great wee session x

  36. Annie Z says:

    Really enjoyed this and so happy to still be able to do Yoga whilst waiting for wrist surgery. Thank you adrienne!

  37. Jessica Decker says:

    Yesterday I think I over extended my shoulder trying to attempt "crow" pose. This morning i could barely move my left arm without shooting pain. eeek Since Jan 1st i haven't missed a day of yoga yet. Was worried that today would break that streak, til i remember this video from last months calendar….. Yeaha! Perfection!! Daily yoga streak continued. Thanks Adriene. Namaste!

  38. Daree Grier says:

    Recovering from Bilateral Carpal tunnel and trigger releases. Just what I needed to stay in practice. Thank you Adriene

  39. aladdin 1 says:

    Day 56🔥🖤🔥 you’re for real everyone’s virtual best friend 😂you make me laugh even when I don’t feel like it 🙏🏾

  40. Nicole Carvalho says:

    <3 Great practice to focus on core and leg strength! Nearrrrr, farrrrrr, wherevvvvverrrrr you are….. Thanks Adriene!

  41. thomassmyth65 says:

    energetic hygiene…loved this term, only two days left in care for me! amazing month, im a bit behind but started late in the year! loving it so far

  42. RENAVIE SANEZ says:

    I really burp 🙂 🙂 And it feels so goooood and i sweat with those conscious breath. Thank you Adriene! I am your follower from the Philippines.

  43. Ellen Maher says:

    Found this practice as I injured my wrist this was perfect for me today. Namaste!

  44. courtney hafner says:

    As someone who has experienced many upper body injuries let me just say thank you for allowing me to continue my yoga practice even with these injuries. I used to be so bummed out when I screwed up my shoulder and I couldn't do regular yoga. This was a workout saver!

  45. Jacob says:

    This is the best workout ever! Namaste!

  46. Amber .F says:

    Thank you! I just completed this practice on my parent's veranda, on the beautiful island of Anguilla. The night breeze was the perfect complement to the breath. Namaste.

  47. Dawn Miller says:

    loved this with a left wrist fracture.:)

  48. Татьяна Мануковская says:

    It's just a fantastic set! Something incredible! It's a kinnd of innovative, excellent for your heart, pelvic floor and energy flow! And easy to follow! Adriene is the unique trainer on line! you just feel yhe warmth of her heart and generosity of her nature. Many, Many Thanks! Tatiana, Russia

  49. Eleanor Molnar says:

    I had a PRP injection in my left shoulder yesterday and have been ITCHING to work out today, but can’t bear weight with that arm. This was the perfect, warm little practice to work on shoulder mobility and safely give my legs and core a little love! Being unable to use that arm made this my best triangle pose ever! My glutes and abdominals were super tuned in to compensate 🙌🏼🙌🏼

  50. Emily says:

    just got an injury to the hand recently and the first thing I thought of was its interference with my yoga practice. luckily, I knew I could count on you having an awesome hands free practice. you are truly the best, Adriene!

  51. Emu Kato says:

    Thank you so much

  52. Yvonne Lipson says:

    Injured my hand pretty badly last week. So so grateful for this channel. Because of it, I was able to focus on my breathing and remain calm during the ordeal. Thank you so much Adrian! This practice was awesome!

  53. Linh Đặng says:

    Day 19 of June 2019 <3

  54. cabananabana says:

    day 19 June. I loved this practice, short but so energetic

  55. Carly Reil says:

    Yep. You see me. Just what this sister needed ❤

  56. NevJamGal Brit says:

    thank you

  57. Liz Beardmore says:

    Great practice to focus on both upper and lower body separately. Thank you Adriene xx Namaste 💟💟

  58. Vanessa Morris says:

    I have a question, Adriene said one that our feet changes through our practices right and I've always had a fallen arch which I've been working on trying to get it lifted but I've been practicing for 6 months every day and my feet has changed a lot for the better but lately my arch seems to be causing ma a lot of pain recently, and in this practice I really felt it , what sort of postures will help me strengthen my arches were they don't affect my yoga practices or if anyone has experience with this same issue please let me know what u did to fix it , thank you guys.
    I enjoyed today's practice even through the arch cramps, thank u Adriene for this one and love yuh and Namaste Everyone 💕💞💓💖❤🙏🙏

  59. Sharlon Mcsheen says:

    Positive vibes 💫 Day 20 of June 2019 ~ Embrace 🙏🏾

  60. Dulma Yapa says:

    Day 25. My shoulders feel amazing afterwards and so did my legs. Super simple and fast workout but hours later my shoulders are still feeling rather good.

  61. D a w s a c says:

    EMBRACE day 20

    I love this different prospective today, all the work is on the feet. A nice refreshing change needed every once in a while.



  62. jason griffin says:

    This was a good one❤

  63. Heather Gerrard says:

    thank you

  64. Cherryl Thomas says:


  65. Sarah Allen says:

    Great video! I cut my hand and got stitches and this is just what I needed to get back into yoga without bothering my injury!

  66. jad5eswonderland says:

    This practice was so great! I was trying to find a class without inversions as I've just had dental surgery and wanted to keep my head above my shoulders. Apart from the forward folds (which I modified to half forward folds), this class was fantastic. I've had some soreness from lying down a lot from my recovery and feel much warmer and expanded now. Thanks Adrienne!

  67. aladdin 1 says:

    Day 170🙌🏾✨🙌🏾

  68. Mary Girard says:

    Love this one!

  69. Dulma Yapa says:

    Day 53. ❤ it was nice give the wrists a break for this practise

  70. Sal Gordillo says:

    Thank you so much for the great classs Love always💍🌹 you’re alwaysAnd my heart to Benji

  71. Celine B says:

    I used this video after cutting my hand badly enough for stitches. I was so sad that I wouldn’t be able to do yoga for a while but knew I could always count on you, Adriene. ❤️

  72. Jelena Nedeljkovic says:

    Namaste <3

  73. Nicolette Spykerman says:

    August 2019 Challenge Day 6: Making self-care cool again. Looking forward to the home retreat this weekend! I'm from South Africa and wouldn't be able to access this in person – thank you so much for the effort you put into making YWA and FWFG accessible to everyone! <3

  74. Ella Warnberg says:

    Today I must have been really present, because I really felt the 'a little goes a long way'. My whole being feels just as good as after a full hour practise, in just 15 min. Amazing! Also the rain started pouring outside my window just when I pressed play, a beautiful contrast to the fire lit within. Thank you!

  75. NevJamGal Brit says:

    thank you

  76. Daphne Troost says:

    I love that idea; dropping in with a pin like on Googlemaps 🙂
    Thank you for this practice, Adriene! Namasté <3

  77. Gill Smith says:

    Thank you for this hands free practice, so welcome after yesterday’s challenging workout 🧘🏼‍♀️🧘🏻‍♀️🙏💞

  78. Janeile Harrison says:

    This session was amazing! Effortless movements throughout. No tension, just ease. Many thanks Adriene! Excited for Day 7🤗

  79. Afra Gulener says:

    I love this practice. Day 6 on REUNITE. Namaste 🙏

  80. Αννα Μαθοπούλου says:

    I haven't had yoga for some time and this practice was a nice and easy quick boost for my energy!

  81. Marie C says:

    So smooth and simple. Well, I don't think I would have say this 6 months ago, but, it's how we can see how much we have progressed! It's amazing! Namaste

  82. Jennifer Hill says:

    That. Was. Fantastic. Thank you!! Day 6.. can't wait to see what tomorrow brings!!

  83. Angela Canonico says:

    Loved this practice this morning and so far I'm loving this month's reunite challenge!

  84. Vanessa Morris says:

    My heels well the nerve connected to my heel on the left foot was feeling this practice but I think I needed to stretch it so this was a great practice for that, thank u Adriene for this wonderful practice, much love, Namaste 💕💞💓💗💖❤🙏

  85. NerdyMusicks says:

    You can't spell "full of integrity" without fiery!

  86. Tammerra Murray says:

    Woot woot firery love 💕 it

  87. Rio Mae Blanco says:

    Get reunited with your mind and body without the thought of working out tough just to get a toned legs or booty ☺️✨ Here’s a practice you can enjoy yet gives you a challenge to balance mindfully and strengthen the body as a whole 💗 Thank you so much Adriene and namaste 🙏🏻✨

  88. Tova Vikström says:

    Day 6 August 2019! I don't know what others think, but when you said (what I assume is) chair pose, you sounded Swedish =D (contrary to unpopular belief, I am not Swedish, but I do speak the language)

  89. D a w s a c says:

    REUNITE day 6

    This is my second shot with the hands-free yoga, and I must admit I enjoyed it. I still consider myself as an amateur in the world of yoga, so my wrist isn’t properly “seasoned” and tends to hurt sometimes during practice. Therefore, this session is highly appreciated!



  90. Eric Allison says:

    Fun wobbly high lunges today

  91. Jessica Jacobs says:

    Pelvic floor for hysterectomy strengthening?

  92. Swarnali Poddar says:

    Hi Adriene and everyone from the community who's reading this. Hope you're having a great day. I just wanted to share a great news. I adopted a dog yesterday, she's a 1 year old pug her name is Ollie and she was sitting beside me while I was doing yoga and that reminded me of Benji and I just wanted to share it with everyone. Ollie has a heart condition and the doctors said she'll hardly live 5 years and we're gonna make these years a party for her. So say hi to Ollie 🐶

  93. Layla Darby says:

    Wow loved this, thank you Adriene.💜

  94. Deb Jacobson says:

    Thank you Adriene🧘🏼‍♀️

  95. Helen Putsman says:

    Perfect little workout for sore wrists, thank you.

  96. shinystar 1 says:

    haha ootkatasin- so valley girl 😆👍

  97. Fanfan MentalistFictions says:

    Very good for legs. For booty is also pretty good. Ha! You can do many things with free hands. It improves balance and it lifts the mind and boost the body. I liked very much. Namaste.

  98. TheGraziella1987 says:

    Thank you Adriene.
    Have lots of catching up to do.
    This was Great.
    A lil unsteady on part of it but then got steadier.😊
    May have been getting up at 430 instead of 530.
    Now more yoga please.
    Love You.

  99. Mona Stukonis says:

    Loved this work out – can’t believe I missed this one before. As always – thank you Adriene! Namaste

  100. Katrina Calice says:

    Just the right time for me today. Feeling low on energy so this little one was perfect. Will now relax with some deeply restorative yoga. Blessings to you!

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