I'm on day 2 of doing this in the morning and today I could feel my body realigning! I am also feeling agitated right now (2 hours later) and I know I just released some stuff around my pelvis. I breathed into a tightness there. Thank you. :)
A muchhhh appreciated routine this early morning as I had a lovely challenging exercise day of Yoga and a whole body workout in the evening...was INCREDIBLE!!! I just knew that today would be Tightttt so merciii for opening up/ stretching/ releasing etc...Feeling READY for a long day today !!! A good day just a lot happening with KIDS!
I rarely leave comments on videos, but I just wanna say I found this routine a year ago, and started doing it daily or every other day. I startes out really stiff as I haven't done any form of stretching or yoga before my entire life, but now my flexibility has really improved and I could reach down lower and stretch all the way. Regularly doing this has gotten rid of my period cramps as well, and body pain that I get from active days out. It's been a year now and I still keep doing this routine, among others. Just don't stretch as far out as the instructor when you're starting out, but keep at it and you'll definitelt see improvements!
When I was a beginner this is what I followed. This is one of the best videos you will find out there for beginners. You don't need to feel discouraged just because you can't do everything the way the instructor does it. As a beginner the poses won't look the same, it will feel tight and even painful. If you use pillows and blocks it will help to get into poses, and you need to keep working at it. If you keep following along, you will notice your results.
The exercises were great--however, I never felt that I could fully embrace each one and relax in the moment because the instructor was constantly talking and giggling, even after she had given the instruction. At one point I had to mute. I hope I don't sound super rude, but it did take away from the relaxation factor of the video.
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that move at 13:36 is great for my knee. The muscles in my upper leg pull up on my kneecap, and that really helps stretch out that tension. I can definitely tell the difference when I don't do it before doing other exercise like running.
I follow Yoga with Adriene with a passion but always revert back to this video and have for years, it is the best for an all over stretch out in the morning or before or after a full work out. Thank you Cindy!
I have ADHD, and the medicine I take makes me a hyper-focused wreck. I end up sitting in the same terrible position for hours on end and I can feel my muscles getting tighter, but I feel like I have to keep working until the medicine runs out. I knew exactly what I wanted when I went looking for yoga stretches, and I found it. I know you have to be super flexible for a lot of yoga poses, so I was hoping to find some that stretched my calfs, knees, and ankles to relieve some of the tension because it was making me irritable. The instructor was welcoming and kind and really reinforced the "work at your own pace" aspect of yoga that I feel often gets thrown away in favor of the instructor showing off. A lot of yoga videos, even the ones assigned by my cyber school years ago, made it seem like you could either do yoga or you couldn't and there was no way to improve. This proves otherwise :)
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