Full Body Flow | 20 Min. Yoga Practice | Yoga With Adriene



Set an intention and get ready to get the juices flowing in this fun and supportive 19 minute Full Body Yoga Flow.

Give every area of the body some love while cultivating heat to build total body strength and increase mobility.

Synchronize the breath with movement and flow with energy and ease to create a moving meditation. Welcome a feeling of vitality and balance back into your inner world.

Let me know how this practice goes for you in the comment section down below!

Namaste.

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50 comments

  1. i always come back to this video, especially after work– i feel like practices that are more than 30 minutes are a bit too much for weekdays. and this just hits the spot! sometimes i like to do this as a warmup before a workout as well.

  2. I've been doing YWA for about 3 years and just took a break a month because I have breast cancer and had a mastectomy. I missed YWA so much in that month. I'm back today, taking it easy and it feels great 👍.

  3. I had a hard time doing standing lunge in the beginning of my yoga journey. After 3 months of (almost) daily practice, I was able to do it pretty smoothly. My back leg was no longer weak and pretty firm in the position. Great video!

  4. Thank you so much for everything you teach. I’m amazing you can speak so clearly & gracefully while practicing. Also, thank you for reminding us frequently to focus in on our breathing; with extreme anxiety I often hold my breath without realizing or being mindful & in tune w my body & you have helped that so much. Your teachings are life changing. Thank you once more.

  5. This is really great practice, thank you, Adriene! I've done this few times now and I thought that it would be even better if it had a bit slower tempo.. I find it hard to get the positions right at this speed. 😀

  6. the cueing is muddled by her trying to make everything sound pretty rather than giving concise cues. She also uses this breathy bedroom voice rather than just speaking clearly. Also love how pairing it with meditation seems to be an afterthought to her when meditation is literally the point of yoga. this ain't it for me.

  7. We all have our reasons for practising, for me today that was consuming a full mug of coffee for the first time and feeling a little jittery. Thank you for this practice 🙂

  8. I wanted to like this but the awkward sequencing (“kicking” your leg up is a great way to get hurt…movements should be slow and mindful to build strength and prevent injury)…coupled with the non-yogic/ujjayi breathing (aka the instructor constantly going “phhhhhhhewww” very audibly on the outbreath) was very distracting and really broke the vibe.

  9. Day 6: Progress

    Once again, I had to insert this in the night after going out of the house. This was refreshing and kind. Once more, I admire how encouraging and welcoming these videos are. I've noticed how my balance and posture have improved. The positions become more familiar to me. Thank you so much for these. It means a lot.

  10. I have been following ywa for 5 years. I discovered this flow 3 days ago and I have been practicing it after my morning meditation. It is a great energizer and mood lifter. Thank you Adriene.

  11. Watching crafts has been building ideas of strength, women find within their own time. Building from the sutras I have noticed the eagle is a sequence that I would like to form and shape a mudra. Your vinyassa is perfect

  12. Almost skipped today's practice cause I felt that going for a long walk would be the same, look at me on the mat having finished today's practice😅. My left shoulder was giving me a hard time and I almost gave up half way but after the practice it feels amazing 🙂

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