Practice this Energizing Morning Yoga Sequence to get the juices flowing! This yoga practice stretches and strengthens the muscles with a strong focus on breath and body alignment. Practice this in the morning on an empty stomach and notice how it sets the tone for the day ahead. Get your workout in early, connect to your breath, be mindful and find what feels good.
2. Yoga For Weight Loss | Strengthen and Lengthen
40 min Yoga For Weight Loss series continues with this Strengthen and Lengthen sequence! Learn proper alignment and how to infuse mindful energy and awareness into you practice. Adriene offers modifications as well as inspiration to detail the practice to suit your needs and desires! Breathe deep and enjoy your at home yoga practice. This is a full body experience, work it out!
3. Yoga For Runners 2 - Cool Down Sequence
Stretch it out and cool it down after your run with this Yoga For Runners Sequence!This practice is an all level sequence that is good for keeping the muscles and joints happy and healthy. Use the tools of Yoga to compliment your running practice. Check in with your breath, stretch and strengthen the muscles and avoid unnecessary tightness, soreness and joint pain.
4. 10 Min Morning Yoga
Ready to get your morning yoga on? This is a gentle practice that will awaken your muscles and prep you for a great day. It includes not only asana (yoga poses), but pranayama (breathing practice) as well and it is suitable for all levels. Remember to move within a pain-free range.
5. 30 minute invigorating yoga practice
A 30 minute invigorating yoga practice if you need a little pick-me-up. There's a short warm up, but it may be best to do a longer warm up, so try the video suggested at the beginning if you think you might benefit from a longer warm up. Always move within a pain-free range.
6. Relaxing Yoga for Back Pain, Part 3 | Beginners Home Workout Mollie
Relaxing Yoga for Back Pain, Part 3 | Beginners Home Workout Mollie Psychetruth Austin
7. Yoga For Abs - 6 Minute Abs Workout
A quick and mindful Yoga for Abs Workout! You can do this sequence alone or before or after your regular yoga practice. Connect to your center and learn to move from the inside out! Build strength in your core, find a supportive posture and relief in your lower back!
8. Yoga for Women - Yoga For Cramps and PMS
Because you demanded it... a special LADIES ONLY video! Yoga for Cramps and PMS. This is a gentle and restorative sequence for a woman to practice before or during her cycle. Adriene shares supportive postures using items you will have around the house - such as a blanket or towel and a few pillows. (Or LOTS of pillows!) ("Those aren't pillows!!!!")This sequence invites the ladies to slow it down and support the body and its natural rhythm. It provides relief for PMS, cramps and lower back aches. It calms the nervous system and chills the energetic body leaving you feeling cool and clear. Practice to support the body and it' wisdom - leaving frustration and fussiness behind.
9. Yoga For Acid Reflux - Embrace It! - Yoga With Adriene
This gentle yoga sequence will offer anyone an opportunity to connect with their breath, relieve tension in the neck, wake up the body and find balance from within. This is a great practice for those suffering from acid reflux as it does not have any inversions or ab stimulators. It is also great for those who are in healing, wanting to relieve PMS, or just tired from a long day. A quick and valuable sequence suitable for all! In my experience with GERD or acid reflux in particular - I find that focusing on my breath has been most helpful. Also, do not let the stomach go over the esophagus during this time and go easy on any core stimulators.
10. Locust Pose- Foundations Of Yoga
Learn the Foundations of Salabhasana or Locust pose! This yoga pose is a back bend with the strong support of your foundation and the earth. It has many variations and is a great preparation for Bow Pose or deeper back bending asanas. Locust Pose is a great full body strengthener and wonderful to relieve fatigue and giving some love to the spine. Extend through the crown of your head and enjoy the balance of strength and grace in Salabhasana.