Runner's Yoga – Yoga With Adriene

Yoga For Runner’s – or joggers, or brisk walkers. This practice offers great release and rehab after a good run or cardio. Also, a wonderful practice to repeat to up or maintain your running or cardio game.

This sequence stays low to the ground. Use the breath to stretch and soothe the muscles of the body, stabilize the joints, and Find What Feels Good. This 30 min practice uses the principles of yoga to cultivate balance and find ease. Thirty minutes of practice to allow, release, balance, and restore!

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  1. Hi Adrienne – I have practiced yoga on and off for a few years but have never really mastered sitting cross legged _ need to put my hands behind me in order to sit up straight – any hints or tips – I am a fit 63 year old – still running, doing HIIT etc but aways very tight? MANY THANKS

  2. I was really afraid of this practice when i saw "runners" in the title bcs i am not into running so much (actually, i dont like it hehehe), but it turned out to be one of my favorite videos, it was pretty relaxing.
    Thank you so much, Adrienne <3

  3. i've been having the experience lately where my body moves naturally into the next posture, without my mind hearing adriene guide us there. hope everyone's practice is beautiful and rooted in listening to your own body – the body remembers what the mind forgot. thank you

  4. I had been doing your videos everyday since the first of the year but recently fell off the wagon for some reason. I’m in the midst of doing a couch to 5K and I had my longest run ever today at 46 minutes. I thought that this video would be perfect for me to jump back on the wagon and boy was I right! This was spot-on and just what I needed, thank you! 😌❤️🏃‍♀️

  5. Ugh… This practice was so frustrating to me. First of all I want to state that I LOVE Adriene, I've been practicing with her exclusively for the last three years now, no yoga experience before that. I understand that these practices are addressed to so many people, with different needs and you cannot expect to progress the way you would do in a class. I certainly feel like I have made progress but for some reason all videos that include deep stretches get me in a really bad mindset, that I'm exactly where I were three years ago with my flexibility. It feels like my back won't stretch in seated forward falls, my legs never open wide enough, my hamstrings are tight as ever in runner's lunge and in lizard pose it is only my external forearm that can reach the ground. What's up with that? I even went to the foundations of yoga video to see if there was an answer but came up with nothing.. I realise I'm just venting here, it's probably one of those days.. Sorry to anyone who reads this.. It's just that Adriene said in the end to leave any feedback and it all came out.. Anyway, I guess I just have to try more.

  6. Practice 155/365 of 2021✅ It was more like a “Ninja” runners yoga, as I was constantly escaping my puppy ‘s kisses throughout the entire practice. I guess she was thinking I was in lots of pain, or something 😁. Good one. Thanks Adriene. Thanks everyone 🙏

  7. Today's mantra:

    "Stay lifted." – Adriene Louise Mishler

    Today's intentions:

    'Have an awesome day.' – Adriene Louise Mishler

    Leading with the heart. – (Per Adriene's alignment cue in "YOGA MORNING FRESH)."

  8. OMG that ending bonus highlight! Wunderbar! lovely to see Benji on his back for belly rub! 😉 Good flow w that ending Benji – definitely save for later (for repeat) Thank you for this practice and feeling so nice 🙂 Namaste to all practising TRUST.

  9. Thank you Adriene, I do struggle with the pigeon pose, I guess using a pillow or block will help elevate my raised hip, it is still tricky to get it on the ground. As I have said all along I will continue to persevere as I find my body is evolving everyday, my joints are easing into the stretches, slowly but surely. Love and God Bless hun, you are so very reassuring and loving nuture our bodies into reaching our full potential, that is why I love you for your expertise❤️Namaste🧘🏽‍♂️

  10. Hi Adrienne I just wanted to let you know that after this practice when my thighs have been killing me for days it disappeared and thank you so much

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