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5-Pose Yoga Fix: Netflix Binge 1. STAFF POSE. This pose might not look like much, but it strengthens the core and the back, stretches the hamstrings 2. BOUND ANGLE. Also known as butterfly or cobbler pose, bound angle stretches the inner thighs, groin. 5-Pose Yoga Fix: Long Trip. Travel takes a toll on the body — even if it’s a vacation to recharge.

Long flights, train rides and road trips mean sitting in small spaces for hours and leave our bodies tight and stiff. Practice this five-pose yoga session before and after your journey to lengthen and stretch the body. Hold each pose for 5–10 breaths to help ease yesterday’s excess. 1. EASY SEATED POSE WITH A TWIST. Adding a twist to this posture increases spinal rotation, strength and flexibility.

Alternating between compressing and stretching the torso. READ MORE > FIVE-POSE YOGA FIX: NETFLIX BINGE. 5. MODIFIED DOWN DOG.

This modification of down dog stretches the arms, shoulders and back and creates length and space in the spine, which can get compressed with too much sitting. Tags 5 Pose Yoga Fix creating healthy habits stress-busting yoga. Five-Pose Yoga Fix: Netflix Binge Binge-watching an entire series has become the new normal, but slumping on the couch for a marathon “House of Cards” session can seriously throw off your posture and strain the shoulders, back and hips. This five-pose yoga session stretches those muscles and is the perfect couch-potato antidote.

READ MORE 5-POSE YOGA FIX > STRETCHES FOR CYCLISTS > HOW TO FLUSH OUT THE TOXINS > NETFLIX BINGE. 5. FISH. This backbend is great for the respiratory system because it opens the chest, lungs and throat.

It also stimulates the thymus gland, which helps. Watching Netflix shouldn’t feel like work, but it also shouldn’t leave you feeling miserable the next day, which is what’s bound to happen if you’re not aligning your body. I’m a yoga therapist and an alignment specialist with BodyFix Method, so I’m especially aware that how you sit affects how you feel. The move: From easy pose, inhale and sweep your arms overhead.

Exhale and twist to the right, resting your left hand on the outside of the right thigh. Take five breaths here, sitting taller with each inhale and twisting a little deeper with each exhale. Repeat on the other side.

26. 5-Pose Yoga Fix: Netflix Binge. myfitnesspal. 27. Yoga Poses For Tight, Rounded Shoulders. peanutbutterrunner.

28. Yoga Sequence For Hips and Hamstrings. yogabycandace. 29. Beginner Yoga: 4 Simple Steps to Start Your Journey. yogiapproved.

30. Yoga Booty Workout. liveanddiet. 31. 3 Yoga Poses To Ease Your Hangover. rodalesorganiclife. Netflix has done so much for nudity.

By Amanda Mitchell. lots of sexy times and nudity—this is literally the perfect fix if you’re ever feeling Game.

List of related literature:

The Yoga of 12-Step Recovery (Y12SR) (y12sr.com) Nikki Myers’ Yoga of 12-Step Recovery combines the practice of yoga with the 12 Steps.

“RECOVERY 2.0” by Tommy Rosen
from RECOVERY 2.0
by Tommy Rosen
Hay House, 2014

The second yoga sequence consists predominantly of standing postures with a mix of floor exercises.

“Pain Management E-Book” by Steven D. Waldman
from Pain Management E-Book
by Steven D. Waldman
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

Not only can you access my video-based companion to this program, but you’ll find all kinds of on-demand and live workouts from cardio to barre to yoga.

“Sugar Free 3: The Simple 3-Week Plan for More Energy, Better Sleep & Surprisingly Easy Weight Loss!” by Michele Promaulayko
from Sugar Free 3: The Simple 3-Week Plan for More Energy, Better Sleep & Surprisingly Easy Weight Loss!
by Michele Promaulayko
Galvanized Media, 2019

I started doing the poses each morning, along with some specific exercises my physical therapist had given me.

“Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth” by Boston Women's Health Book Collective, Judy Norsigian
from Our Bodies, Ourselves: Pregnancy and Birth
by Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, Judy Norsigian
Atria Books, 2008

I do yoga when I’m at home, so I started to find yoga studios when I traveled, too, or if I couldn’t find one, I would do some of the poses in my hotel room using an app on my phone.

“3D Team Leadership: A New Approach for Complex Teams” by Bradley L. Kirkman, T. Brad Harris
from 3D Team Leadership: A New Approach for Complex Teams
by Bradley L. Kirkman, T. Brad Harris
Stanford University Press, 2017

So be forewarned, yoga can be addictive.

“Yoga for the Young at Heart: Accessible Yoga for Every Body” by Susan Winter Ward, John Sirois
from Yoga for the Young at Heart: Accessible Yoga for Every Body
by Susan Winter Ward, John Sirois
New World Library, 2002

While I’m not suggesting Yoga Nidra as a sole treatment for addiction, it is a powerful adjunct to any addiction treatment.

“Yoga Nidra: The Art of Transformational Sleep” by Kamini Desai
from Yoga Nidra: The Art of Transformational Sleep
by Kamini Desai
Lotus Press, 2017

B. G. Berger and D. R. Owen, “Stress Reduction and Mood Enhancement in Four Exercise Modes: Swimming, Body Conditioning, Hatha Yoga, and Fencing,” Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport 59, no.

“Heal Your Drained Brain: Naturally Relieve Anxiety, Combat Insomnia, and Balance Your Brain in Just 14 Days” by Dr. Mike Dow
from Heal Your Drained Brain: Naturally Relieve Anxiety, Combat Insomnia, and Balance Your Brain in Just 14 Days
by Dr. Mike Dow
Hay House, 2018

Bikram yoga goes through a series of 26 poses in a very hot room so beware.

“Melanin Guide to Spiritual Awakening” by J.A.H. Diouck
from Melanin Guide to Spiritual Awakening
by J.A.H. Diouck

This short daily routine was enough to spread the benefits of yoga throughout the week.

“Yoga for Pain Relief: Simple Practices to Calm Your Mind and Heal Your Chronic Pain” by Timothy McCall, Kelly McGonigal
from Yoga for Pain Relief: Simple Practices to Calm Your Mind and Heal Your Chronic Pain
by Timothy McCall, Kelly McGonigal
New Harbinger Publications, 2009

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  • I have tried this and it works!! Drinking coffee and tea with empty stomach in the morning was a bad idea for me as they caused gastric irritation, hence I enjoyed fasting by drinking plenty of water instead of breakfast,. I have completely stopped sugar.

  • She moved around alot, I got dizzy. She didn’t say if it was one day a week or every day of the week. I have done it a couple of days when I know that I wouldn’t be working out. IT works and you don’t miss it after you get use to it. I give this talk a “C” grade.

  • When does the 16 hour start? When you wake up? How in the world am I going to get through my hour of cardio at the gym my lunch 2 to 3 mile walk and my weight lifting on an empty stomach? Not sure how that would work. I exercise for stress relief and strength and could certainly not do it on an empty stomach. So how does that work?

  • I have recently started following your videos. They are really nice and helpful. Thanks a lot.
    I have a questionhow many repititions need to be done of these poses per day.

  • I started with keto, got less hungry, switched to OMAD and eventually now I comfortably fast 2-3 days a week with OMAD the other days. And my fasted days are the ones I feel the healthiest!

    It’s been 3 months and I’m 35lbs now. Only 15 more to reach my goal weight. I never expected to find such an easy sustainable solution!

  • It is a lifestyle change thats amazing. Lost 20 lbs in this past year. Break my fast noon with oatmeal most days. Eat healthy and plan your meals. Be flexible if your family and friends have different schedules. I am never hungry during the 8 hours. Add flax/chia/hemp and berries along with Spoon mct oil.

  • You could adjust the hours to fit your schedule so as long as it fits the 8 hours window. For example, from the time you wake up and 8 hours after you wake up fast the rest of the time. However she is wrong about breakfast, it is the most important especially if you’re body building.

  • I switched to a paleo diet 6 days ago and intermittent fasting around 3 days ago. I used to eat a LOT and today I only ate between 12:30 and 4pm. Woke up feeling great and did exercise. It’s now 9pm and I’m not hungry. It’s so weird.

  • What if I told you, that there are ways of recording video that don’t have egregious frame loss? Ok, that was a little too snarky:-P I like the video tho

  • I have been doing intermittent fasting for four months and it has become a lifestyle. I have so much energy during the day and I am better able to focus and remember information faster. Intermittent fasting is AWESOME.

  • Swati you are so good and clean person I would always love to watch your videos your softness and your holistic approach pl keep posting videos

  • Breakfast Break + fast. + As no one is told u, that u should break fast at the morning, so
    Shift the timing of break fast to 3-4 pm.+ Skip dinner.

  • I did this for 5 days.blended my breakfast all greens. Blended veg soup and patatoe for thickness to feel fuller.no bread all liquids no caffeine wow was hard. Only drank water or herbal tea. I felt amazing after. Flat tummy. Skin glowing and energy to die for and so damn fresh minded. I felt fantastic. Must do it on a regular basis it’s been too long.

  • Intermittent fasting is actually very helpful I have lost 12 kgs post pregnancy with intermittent fasting
    Visit my channel and see how I lost it

  • Intermittent fasting is dangerous in long term, it can down and fall of insulin, leading to severe hypoglycemia.This repetitive high and low can either cause damage to pancreas or to body cells or any other organs.

  • I’ve done a 35 day water fast and a 40 day water fast and both were good experiences but intermittent fasting is more practical. I gain back weight quickly after a long fast but intermittent fasting can go on forever.

  • Sounds like Solid advice, shame she addresses Only American’s as American’s always do.Probably though because obesity is way more of a problem in the US than most other places in the world. Having said all that, she is a Hot middle aged woman, and I always take advice from Hot middle aged women:-)

  • I’ve only just started fasting and my energy levels feel amazing I’m working out better then before my mental health is amazing I love fasting.

  • As a kid in the 70’s we had 2 meals a day, lunch and dinner. I didn’t eat breakfast and nor did I miss it. Never wanted to eat in the morning as a kid anyway. In the evening mom had to make me come in and eat dinner. There were no snacks in the pantry with the exception of popcorn you had to make on the stove.

  • am so sick and tiered of these dieting fads. when people ate three meals a day they were told not to and eat small meals a day every few hours. The theory was fasting reduces your metabolic rate. After a couple of years reports start saying that was wrong, go ahead and fast. rolls eyes Intermittent fasting can reduce the health of your organs and take away from your bones if done wrong. don’t do it frequently.

  • I’d like to get your opinion on this. I just found out I’m pregnant (I mean JUST found out) Could I continue with my regular yoga practice, or should I go ahead and switch over to prenatal?

  • I think I have binge eating disorder. I tried to intermittent fasting from time to time, in 3 months I’d lost 10 kilos, then my weight loss stall, then I give up and back to binge eating. Now I wanna try intermittent fasting cz it’s the fastest, easy, and simple. But if it’s not the best method for those who has eating disorder, what is?:(

  • Is funny how in spanish breakfast means DESAYUNO, desis a suffix that means like “disabling” or “contrary”, AYUNO means fast. = disabling fast?

  • I am having so many aches and pains and it’s only my first trimester!! My hips and back are aching all the time. Im hoping some gentle yoga will help.

  • I’ve been doing it for 7 months now and have lost 30 lbs so far! It’s easy, flexible and works! I can see this as a long term relationship!

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  • Hindus have been fasting as a way of life for hundreds of years. When I was 9yrs I started intermittent fasting as part of my spiritual practice. Good to see the rest of the world catching up.

  • I am 42yrs, an anesthetist by profession, have been doing 16:8 intermittent fasting for 5 mo and its really flexible, free and simple. I have lost 7kg and i feel so good about it. I will be doing this until i develop other health issues like gastritis or GERD but so far so good����❤

  • If you try prophet Mohamed fasting twice a week (Monday & Thursday) your whole life, you will feel great. Fasting is cleansing our body. But you have to be careful when you break your fast, because it doesn’t mean that you can eat any and everything because you were fasting. There is no wrong with the Islamic fasting, it is about Howe break it.

  • My perso experience early on and way back when.. was a diet of mostly pasta, veggies, occassional meat n eggs and lots of crystalized sugar. I was slim, healthy, strong and happy! I used 1/3 cup of sugar in a cup of tea/coffee. Rarely if ever craved bread,pies, cakes, cola, chocolate or chips. I always intuitively felt that the sugar kept my hunger at bay. I ate mostly breakfast and dinner. Stayed slim well into my mid 40’s upon taking fertitlity drugs. Having a child made me eat more variety…and leas sugar. The cravings for bread cakes etc took hold mostyl because of kids snacktime. I have been overweight ever since. Surely the fertility treatment helped pack on the weight and the fact that I now eat 3’meals a day. P.s. I never eat cristalized sugar since pregnancy arrived. But always ready and willing to eat cake, pie etc (wth!?) My child is 21 now:-)

  • I lost 9 Kg in 2015 from 83 to 74 and 7 Kg in 2020 from 80 to 73 after practicing intermittent fasting (IF) during Holy month of Ramadan (29 or 30 days) without any side effect. I gained weight later because of some personal reasons specially due to my tight PhD schedule. Since we have to fast during the day from dawn to dusk while no compromise on job, first couple of days are really hard but later it comes into routine. It is important to break fast with lighter and less spicy stuff to protect your vital organs. Also, it is recommended to open fast again with non-spicy stuffs to avoid thirst during the day because we are not supposed to even drink during the day even if the temperature is above 45, as in India. I am not propagating my religion here but sharing my experience. Unfortunately, most Muslims end up eating too much and a spicy food at the break that works totally opposite. I preferred breaking it with water and fruits (+dates) and later after half an hour with some food (mostly meat or vegetables, or whatever my mum cooks). It is difficult to eat excessively after breaking fast with fruits and water inside an hour. Fasting is also helpful in digestion and I feel really really good during Ramadan. It also helps in a good and deep sleep, which I never have outside IF. It also helps in building stamina if one is looking for exercise. We shouldn’t eat excessive food to get things going but just enough to satisfy our desires. As per Prophet saying, stomach should be such that it is filled with one-third food, 1/3rd water, and the rest empty. So, all those who are looking for IF, go ahead. It will be tough for couple of days but if you are determined, the rest of the days will be easy and like regular. All the best.

  • OK, what if I told you I was hungry? I understand your point, but some people must eat. Bilirubin in my blood soars and I get dizzy and almost faint, if I do not eat. Or there are people who have a lot of stomach acid. They need to snack nuts, or chocolate.

  • you have saved my life I’m black i had cov19 in march and God and yoga saved my life. now I’m pregnant and God and your videos is saving my life i have to share it with my peers thank you god bless

  • Hi Adriene and Hilah! Loved this. I clicked the link to to your website for more prenatal yoga and I didn’t get anything besides comments? How do I get more prenatal yoga from you guys? Thank you so much!

  • If you’re looking for a yoga flow, this video is not that. It’s more like Yin yoga. I probably should have noticed that as there’s 34 minutes with only 5 poses.

  • So I’m one of those people whose knees touch the ground when sitting/laying with feet together. So that means I have pretty open hips? That’s ironic to me because I have hip problems & extreme hamstring tightness. I stink at downward facing dog & any kind of straight leg forward bend.

  • I don’t think yoga is safe for first trimester as it can cause miscarriage…maybe it’s safe at 3rd trimester not recommended though

  • Hi Adriene, I have already done C-section 5years ago, now I m pregnant second one 12weeks, and I have high BP 140/90,, can I do this yoga… It will be useful for me..

  • Oh Adriene, it’s always such a pleasure to hear you, your funny jokes etc. This video was so sweet to see the sisterly love you gave to mommy. Thank you, I feel some of the love crossing through time and space and right to my own livingroom.

  • Haha, when she mentioned her boobs being in the way for the twist, I was like YEEESSS!! That’s exactly what I was thinking during that pose! Someone to relate to, finally ♡

  • This was so helpful. Thank you so much!! I’m 38 weeks and feeling ready for birth, so the hip opening exercises are really helpful

  • You should do more of these. I have a friend who recently found out she is expecting and thought what an idea to do for those expecting September babies.

  • Il stick to my morning healthy breakfast… I can skip any meal but not breakfast. Unless I had a late dinner �� our metabolism are different. I think we need to personalize… When I feel like eating light for a week, getting more energy, I do it.

  • I discovered this form of “ fasting” and started it about two and a half weeks ago. What amazed me was that I don’t feel hungry and cravings are rare.Thanks for this presentation it’s good re-inforcement.

  • For anyone trying to find the prenatal series you can download it here for $27.99 https://fwfg.com/collections/online-yoga-classes/products/prenatal or subscribe to her Find What Feels Good membership for $9.99 a month here https://yogawithadriene.vhx.tv/

  • Adriene, we love you! We have completed a few of your 30-day series together as a couple and now that we’re expecting (our first!) we’d love to see more prenatal yoga videos from you. Maybe even a 30-day prenatal yoga series??! Many thanks for the humor and down to earth instruction in all of your yoga videos. <3

  • I don’t receive phone books, but my grandparents still do lol. The only free service for info that exists in today’s age. Yelp was almost on the telephone book hype

  • Adrienne I am looking. Do you have any videos for after menstruation to clear things out and prepare for ovulation/increase fertility?

  • Hi Adrienne! I’ve done 3 of your 30 day yoga challenges and i recently found out i am pregnant. I found one prenatal yoga episode on your channel, it would be amazing if you could upload more. I just love doing yoga with you an i would love to continue doing it with you through my pregnancy. Thanks so much for all you do for all of us aspiring yogis! You’re truly amazing

  • Hi Adriene! I have been watching you for years, and love you btw…. But I just found out I’m pregnant and I’m wondering when I should transition from “normal” yoga into exclusively “prenatal” yoga. I’m only like 4 weeks along.

  • Hey Name-partner in crime! I’m yoga with Adriënne in Holland and also a certified (prenatale) yoga teacher. If you like I could share some tips for prenatale yoga. Love your vids! Keep up the good work of sharing Inner peace and Happiness. Namasté, Adriënne

  • I decided I would do every video by YogawithAdriene. As a 28 year old male I don’t think I will ever get pregnant, but these poses are good to know just in case.

  • I love that you say “Head over heart, heart over pelvis” �� i used to get so much pain in my back when I tried to make it straight. Come to find out I was hyperextended my spine, thinking I was straight. After hearing your cues, I’m so much better at picturing a straight spine.

  • I’ll be 30 on the 29th and I used to practice yoga when I was 11-13, but I stopped because of life events that sent me into a depression and I’ve also developed anxiety. I’ve been trying to develop a yoga routine (I have three children and we live with my fiancé…who can be another child) to help with my anxiety but foe some reason this upload is raising my anxiety and I feel a panic attack coming. This is so frustrating.

  • Please do more prenatals, Adriene! I’ve tried others but they’re just not you. (Was so excited when you mentioned in one of your more recent videos maybe during Revolution? that you were going to do some kid yoga videos, too. Perfect timing. I’m due in July and I’ll want my kid learning from the best.) Been following you for years THANK YOU!

  • I’m so happy Adriene.. that you made prenatal video. I used to follow you with 30 days yoga challenge but then life and work took priority. I always loved yoga and was checking out if any prenatal yoga practice is there for soft moves and connecting with self. When I saw your video.. it was a relief. Love your practice. Thanks

  • For warrior one, back lag feet position is not correct. It should make a 45 angle. Also the hip position is not correct for warrior 2 pose. It should be open and parallel to front leg.

  • We’re not disabled we’re pregnant! Weak sauce, but I cheated and went ahead and counted this for my Friday yoga.
    I agree Hila is stunning and an inspiration for a girl baby name!

  • Hi Adriene! Do you have any plans to make another prenatal video that is a bit more active and core-strengthening? I’ve been searching for others, but I can’t find anyone who is as fantastic as you!

  • I feel the “last” pose with the hands on the ankles and around the feet was kinda terrible towards those of us with short arms and big boobs, scolding for dipping in our shoulders isn’t fair… I can’t sit up straight no matter how hard I try, I’ve never been able to. I’m 25 weeks and have been looking for some work outs to help my body stretch out more, but unfortunately I’m going to have to take this off my list because of the extra troubles.

  • So glad to see prenatal yoga with Adrienne. Would LOVE some more videos, or maybe just during a regular video, make a comment on how to adapt a pose if pregnant (eg. twist the opposite way, spread the feet a little more, etc.) In my experience, many poses require no modification and the others are simple to adapt usually…

  • I recently started running end up with knee pain and stiffness on hamstring I’m 49 help me out with some stretching exercises to help me out and recover..gracias!

  • I thought I’d do yoga since I heard it’s good. This video reminded me why I didn’t take it up pre-pregnancy. It didn’t calm me, too much chit chat got a bit annoying when you’re waiting for the next step. I won’t give up, I’m sure there’s a better video out there hopefully.

  • I am so SO glad you dd a prenatal yoga Adriene. I was doing your yoga videos before I found out I was pregnant. I love your style. You always manage to make me laugh and feel at ease. I was worried about finding a new routine due to my pregnancy, and in fact was just telling my husband last night that I wished I could find a workout like yours because I adore your personality.
    This makes me so happy. <3 Thanks for enlisting your friend to help you. I'm such a fan.

  • Sorry for writing this, but you´re talking and talking and talking…it´s hard to calm down and relax…:-( Sometimes less is definitely more:-)

  • Hi lovely Adriene! I do your different yoga sequences like four times a week and is now pregnant is devastated that I might not be able to continue with this smorgasbord of fun. Can you recommend any other of your videos that might be suitable to do (I’m not even fat yet, but don’t wanna do anything stupid) or some that is definitely not suitable to do? I know that there are millions of pregnant yoga videos on youtube, but I only like your show!:)

  • Organic protein plain coffee or tea wild fish avocado coconut oil nuts unprocessed food Quantity. Sweet potato limit sugar and alcohol
    Drink a lot of water
    8 hour windows eating
    16 hour no food but drinking water plain tea or plain coffee no milk

  • My daughter and I loved this video while we were preparing for her to be born. Now she’s three months, healthy and happy. She gets to watch me while I do your 30 Day Yoga Challenge. Thank you!

  • Thank you thank you thank youuuu! I’ve been searching for some kind of activity that wouldn’t be a problem for me since I feel bad during pregnancy and can’t go swimming or walk a lot and this is perfect!

  • I know I’m a bit late, but any chance I can convince you to make a postpartum yoga video within the next couple of weeks??? I’m due November 8th and my body is going to need some healthful TLC after this little one arrives! THANKS!!!!

  • I am in the middle of my 30 day yoga practice with yoga with adriene when I found out that I’m pregnant. now I’m so happy to know that adriene has an episode for pregnant women. I stopped my 30 day yoga practice for now.:D

  • Honestly, I’ve watched A LOT of videos demonstrating the crow pose and non of them worked for me. Yours was just the video I needed. Apparently, it turned out quite easy. Thank you so much for taking the time to benefit us with the tiniest details to reach and learn this pose. You’re the best. Thanks again xo.

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  • currently pregnant first trimester last baby. I’ve had c sections with all and will with this one. does it matter or no? will this help with all the anxiety I have?

  • What do you do if you LOVE LOVE LOVE pasta?I could eat it every day twice a day, which of course I don’t but I know for a fact that I eat too much of it. I am in Italian who I was raised having pasta at every dinner time meal regardless of what the main course was. ��

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  • Your postures are incorrect, Hills were not touching the ground.. Pull your feets little forward 1.11. At 2.24, Fornt leg should make 90degree. Lot of correction and some more work is needed. You made a big mistake in the beginning of the video. Real name of the asana is Veer bhadraasana, and to make pronauncition easier, people call it Warriror posture in English. Please don’t say in samskrit it is called “Veer Bhadrasana.:-) Overalll great job in promoting Yoga, Goodluck..

  • Bit disappointed she didn’t mention foot position. I feelawful strain on back for. So just going to have v to check b someone else’s video for clarification

  • First time doing yoga warrior I’m lazy but this i heard improved stamina what I need and surprisingly it feels great can’t discribe it but you guys need to do it too it will come in handy one day trust me I’m able to run long then I do last time

  • Would love to see some more prenatal videos! I’m currently 15 weeks and would love to see some more prenatal flows like in the prenatal package so I can switch them up. I tried doing some prenatal videos with other instructors here on youtube, not the same as with you adriene!

  • Dear, Narmatstay’ mam this yoga vedio are for my daily life style strength. thanks you so much for mom by giving taking mindset cleaning and good physical and mantally for my alives with my meditation all of religions. deep respects, keep in touch.

  • Please can you release a fertility yoga video, I’m having to go to other youtube yoga teachers for this which is so not cool, yours are the best.

  • Thank you so much Swati. Amongst all others I find your videos most informative and easy to follow. Can you suggest a short workout for people with slipped discs?

  • Hi Svati… thankyou for such great videos. I practice these poses on the daily basis and I am witnessing the result as well. Can you please upload videos with respect to removing back fat/underarm bulges/sagging arms… I shall be very grateful to you. Thankyou…. ��

  • mam Thankyou so much for helping us…..I have very weak arms n have sensory neuropathy in all my limbs pliz do help with arm strengthening exercise plus for cervical spondylitis

  • This explained so much that I was missing in how to get my knees as high into my armpits as possible! Thank you for the great video!

  • I tried it but it just hurts to much when I try to lift my legs.. like the legs put to much weight on my arms and the touch of it burns.

  • Really helpful tips. Thank you. I particularly found it helpful to learn that core and legs are involved. I stand on two yoga blocks in order to get my knees closer to my armpits.

  • I was always interested in yoga but always difficult frm where to start after searching for a week…i found this very helpful and good thanks a lot…manflow yoga guru..

  • Crow pose explanation was really helpful, especially the focus on the use of the core and legs in addition to the upper body strength required.

  • Awesome hack…
    Thanks bro…
    I tried last week and i failed, was not able to do for half sec…
    But today i i did ur trick and done 1 sec stand…
    I will practice more on my mind muscle control…

  • This video is a game changer. I’ve been working on crow but it never felt right the back of my arms really hurt, my chest felt crushed. I was never able to balance. After this video I finally saw the full potential of the pose and was able to hold it for a few seconds

  • after watching this video, I tried the crow pose again. I’m proud to say I got to hold it for more than 30 seconds to my newest record!! The biggest thing that helped me was when you said to look forward instead of looking down. But one question: Are your triceps really supposed to hurt that much from your knees pressing down on it? Is that normal?? Cause they burn so much. Anyway, Thanks, man!

  • this is BRILLIANT! Definitely to the point and so direct I LOVE it to the person who said he didn’t ramble about some ridiculous personal story ty xo xo xo

  • Thanks, this was an awesome tutorial! The knees to armpits really helped as well as the bit about keeping your arms under your shoulders. Great video:)

  • Intermittent fasting definitely works for me, doing around 1 year ago, I’m 24 now.
    -3 days a week ( Tue, Thurs and Sat)
    -17/7 window.
    Set your own schedule, what better works for you!

  • hello mam�� your videos are knowledgeable and easy to follow. Can you please make a video in regards to few yoga postures which can help in reducing belly fat.

  • My favourite part of this video is it didn’t start with an 8 minute intro of “hey you guys so today I’m going to” followed by some story of personal life difficulty and how this pose helped. To the point and efficient!

  • The best tip you gave that worked for me was Lengthening the spine as soon as the feet leave the ground and looking ahead!! That helped me stay up for the first time ever! Thanks man

  • Oh my god. 3:27 Your video was the first that explained this clearly and easily. It’s amazing how helpful that one piece of advice was. I went from only being able to hold the pose for 5 seconds to holding it for 20 seconds easily. Why does this help the pressure on the wrist so much? I noticed the difference immediately.