15 Min Yoga For When You Are Stuck | Yoga With Adriene

15 Min Yoga For When You Are Stuck  |  Yoga With Adriene


– Howdy everyone,
welcome to Yoga With Adriene. I’m Adriene and
this is sweet Benji and hey it happens,
we get stuck. So yoga, particularly at home,
is the perfect opportunity to just make forward
movement one breath at a time. So this little diddy is designed
to help you get unstuck, to help bring some gentle energy
back to the body so that you can get moving in a
direction that feels good. Hop into something
comfy and let’s get started. (gentle music) Okay pals, we are going
to begin standing today. So stand up tall. Take a moment to go,
“You know what? “I’m gonna give this my
all because my goal is “to move my energy
in a way that serves. “My goal is to get out
of maybe a yucky feeling “or a situation where
you just feel tired.” That kind of heavy, you know,
low energy feeling. So wherever you are meeting
yourself today just come as you are and then let’s
give it our best shot, right? Let’s have some fun. Okay, there’s your pep talk.
(chuckles) We’re gonna start
with the feet really wide. So go ahead and step the
feet as wide as your yoga mat. You don’t even
really need a yoga mat for this practice today. But you want to make sure that
you feel grounded in your feet here so if you’re not on a mat
or say you’re on carpet and you don’t feel grounded,
just half your stance. You know you don’t
have to go so wide, ’cause you want
to be able to feel nice and grounded
in the legs. Okay? And the feet are gonna
be parallel for this one. And then super
nice and slow, okay? So super easy is
what I was gonna say. You’re gonna send the
fingertips out left to right. Inhale. Pause. Keep inhaling as you reach
fingertips towards the sky. And then you’re just gonna
let it all down with control. So again, you may not
get this on the first time so I’ll just talk
you through it. You’re gonna inhale, halfway. Stand up tall. Pause, retain the breath. And then from here, keep inhaling all
the way up more air in. And then exhale
to let it all go. Okay? So once you start to catch on
you can give it your best shot. Inhaling halfway. Pause, retain. And then continue inhaling,
sipping air all the way in as you reach up and then
exhaling to let it go. So you may not be on my rhythm
so I’m going to let you give it a couple goes on your own. And you can play with how long
you retain that breath both at the halfway mark and at the top
once you start to get the hang of what you’re doing. Okay? Keep going. And wherever you are,
do one more. And when you do that final
exhale just imagine letting go of any stagnant energy. Anything that’s not serving you. Awesome and when you’re
done, we’re gonna meet here in a little superhero posture,
hands on the waist. So if you are a little tired
and that’s why you selected this video ground through
the feet even more. It seems a little
counterintuitive to put more energy into it when you’re
already low on energy but you want to set yourself up for
greatness and kind of tell the body and the brain that we’re
gonna move things along, right? If you’re feeling stuck, really
this is the best way to gently, and I do mean gently,
move forward. So start to activate
firmly through the legs. Draw energy up
through the arches. Take a deep breath in here and
exhale draw the elbows back. Twice more, inhale,
lift the chest. Exhale, draw the elbows back. Ooh, yeah. And one
more time, big breath in. Exhale, draw the elbows back. Great, pause here. Breathe in deeply. And exhale completely. Cool, from here try
to keep this retraction, your shoulder blades coming
together as you release the fingertips and
interlace behind your tail. Knuckles draw down and away and we keep that connection
through the legs. Imagine lifting up a bit in your
kneecaps so that your quadriceps are kind of active and toned. Cool then here comes a big
move so breathe deep and stay grounded through your feet. Again, nice action in the
legs as you lift your chest. Maybe send your gaze up towards
the sky or the third eye. And then slowly, you’re gonna
hinge at the hips nice and slow. Reaching forward,
sits bones reach back, heart reaches forward. Halfway. Long, beautiful neck here
and then slowly rise back up. Woo! Twice more. Inhale. Exhale. Heart reaches forward.
We go halfway. And then release. One more time, big inhale. Exhale, halfway and then this
time you’re gonna release the arms and allow them
to come to the earth. If you can’t get to the
earth you can grab a surface, maybe a couch or a table. Or you can just work on core
activation by bringing the palms together at your heart. Obviously, this
is your practice, your journey to finding what
feels good so you can take variations here of a twist. Maybe bringing
one hand to the earth and taking one up to the sky. You can also take
one hand to opposite leg and the other
hand to opposite leg. And then if you can see if you
can eventually allow the head to come down below
the heart as you ground through the feet
and breathe deep. Just getting a good flush here. Soft bend in the knees. You’re here for one more breath. You got it wherever you are. Even it out. And then ground
through the feet. Bring the hands back to the
waistline and with control slowly come up through
that flat back position and then all the way back. Whoa, and then just allow your
hands to come to your sides with a mindfulness and
feel that flush of energy. Cool, so from here you’re
gonna turn the right heel in. Should feel really good.
(sighs) And you’re gonna
turn the left heel in. Feet are strongly
planted to the earth still. Good, then you’re gonna inhale, send your fingertips
out left to right. And exhale,
bend your right knee. You can widen your
stance here if you need but it’s not necessary. Just find what feels good. Front knee not going
beyond that front ankle though. Okay, so now we’re
in a Warrior II or a version of Warrior II.
Pull the pinkies back. Inhale in. Exhale,
straighten the front leg, reach for the sky.
Palms kiss together. And again,
you can widen your stance to a full Warrior if you want. Inhale, Warrior II. Exhale, all the way up, reach. Once more, Warrior II. Keep breathing. Reaching up towards the sky. Now turn the right toes in. Left toes out. Take it to the other side. Warrior II and then reaching up. And I’ll let you actually
sync up with the breath whichever way that feels good. Point being that you
don’t have to be exact today, you just want to move your body
and kind of make it your own. So move with your breath. Expressing yourself is an
amazing way to get unstuck. So putting on some music, dancing while you
make your breakfast. Putting on some music
when you’re in the shower. And then the next time you
have straight legs and you’re reaching up you’re
gonna turn the left toes in, keep the right toes turned in. Just reconnect feet, reset. So both toes are turned in just
a bit and you’re gonna inhale in and then exhale,
rain the fingertips down so wiggle the fingertips. You’re gonna interlace and
then here’s a big power pose. Knuckles draw down and away as you lift your chest
up towards the sky. Inhale in. And then exhale to release
and you’re gonna walk to just a little bit wider
than hip width apart here. Then you knew it
was coming, right? We’re gonna do a variation
of Knocking on Heaven’s Door. So Knocking on Heaven’s Door,
soft bend in the knees and you’re just gonna start
to swing back and forth. Kind of slapping your
own (clicks tongue) booty. You can really
get into that too. Maybe this will
help you get unstuck. Just smack that… Butt. But then we’re gonna
take it one step further. Okay? Again, finding a
little self expression. I know this is like the most
annoying thing in the world. To some, not to all! Some people are like,
“Yes, let’s do it!” But this is gonna
help you get unstuck. I have no doubt. So you’re gonna
take this action here, again remember softness in the
knees and the same connection, awareness in the
feet you’ve had already. You’re gonna keep going.
We’re getting the blood flowing. We’re getting out of
our heads and in to my car. No, and into our bodies. Getting unstuck
and then here you go. You’re just gonna freeform here. So you might feel like a
fool and that’s the point. You’re gonna
move back and forth. Hear the music in your mind. Let it flow, let it be lyrical. Don’t worry about
what you’re doing. Just be mindful of your joints. Find your breath. If you want to take
a circle, a spin, one way and then
the other, you can. And then slowly
wind it back down. Come back to where you started. And notice how you feel. That wasn’t so scary, was it? Maybe. You’re doing great. From here bring
your hands to your sides, walk the feet together,
really together. Zip up tight through
the legs, inhale in. Exhale, you’re gonna
bend the knees. Send the
fingertips out in front. You’re gonna bring your
right arm underneath your left. Palms come together or maybe
pinky to thumb or you can just take it to a cool
yoga ninja posture. From here, sink a little
lower, lift the right leg up, cross it over the left. You can stay here or if you
want wrap the right foot behind, Eagle Posture. Inhale, lift your elbows up. Find your focus as you exhale. Sink a little deeper.
Focus down and in front. Keep breathing here. Eagle Pose. A variation is to just do the
arms and maybe bend the knees or you can even keep the legs
straight and just do the arms. Inhale in. Exhale, release,
hold on to your focus. Inhale, reach for the sky. Exhale, release it down,
Mountain Pose. Bend the knees,
drop your center down. So now you know
where we’re headed so find your Drishti,
your focus. Beautiful. Then arms first, let’s
go left arm underneath. Sink deep. You can stay here or
left leg crosses up and over. Maybe wraps around. There’s no need, no real necessity to copy me, to emulate a posture
that you think is Eagle Pose. Just make it your own. You know your body. Listen and hold on to a
nice focus out in front as you breathe deep. Great. Inhale in. Exhale to unravel. Awesome, inhale, reach
the arms all the way up. And exhale, release
the fingertips down. Beautiful, bring the
hands to the heart. Anjuli Mudra. Interlace the fingertips. Inhale, send the index finger,
the steeple grip, all the way out. Inhale, rise up. Exhale, hands in
line with the heart. With your breath,
inhale, rise up. Exhale, hands in
line with the heart. Keep going. In this repetition,
each time see if you can find something new. Maybe feeling that
corset of the ribs. That loop of energy that
we’re always speaking about here in the community. Lifting up
through the front body. Grounding through the back body. As you inhale, you can
think of your belly long. And as you exhale,
you can think of the navel drawing back in
toward the spine. Let’s do three more. And after your three, release
your hands gently to your sides. Inhale, squeeze the
shoulders up to the earlobes and exhale, Tadasana. Just take a moment
to notice how you feel. Close your eyes. And then bring the
hands together at the heart, open the eyes. So if you need more,
you can rinse and repeat. You can repeat this sequence or
you can find another video that might feel good but I definitely
think that this is the beginning of something awesome
just doing this little bit. So take advantage
if you’re feeling it. Follow your heart. If you’re not already
subscribed to the Yoga With Adriene YouTube
channel, please subscribe. It’s the best way to support
the channel and share this one, this video with someone
who you think might benefit. Love you guys so much. Tell us how it went in the
comment section down below. From my heart to yours, Namaste. (gentle music)

100 Comments

  • Susana Chavez says:

    The Best. <3

  • Moonfire Official says:

    Great and inspirational!!😊

  • Sarah Curtis says:

    Thank you so much for reintroducing me to yoga, I started the year with Dedicate and now I'm working through the Calendar for February and the True 30 days. Every day I look forward to my yoga time! Thank you so much πŸ™‚

  • J J says:

    This was point in for me. Your work has been a great source of physical & emotional release & relief. Thank you. ✨

  • Lem Monster Gaming says:

    you are all rockstars, thanks!

  • Love Brenda Denise says:

    Thank youπŸ’œπŸŒ»

  • Carlos Ferrer says:

    Thanks so much

  • Lisa Connally says:

    This IS the beginning of something awesome, Adriene! Thank you for getting me out of my rut!

  • J D says:

    Wonderful Adriene, just what I needed today. Thank you! <3

  • Aleksandra Syrenka says:

    Love!!!!!

  • Eva Lawrence- Scholefield says:

    This was so helpful, I was getting really stressed for exams and big to do lists, it helped me loosen up ! Thanks so muchπŸ™‚

  • aladdin 1 says:

    πŸ–€Day✨34πŸ–€ πŸ™πŸΎ β€œStuck in the middle of somewhere,where somewhere is nowhere and nowhere is everywhere to be seen β€œ

  • thomassmyth65 says:

    day 34 – nice little practice felt good to not have to move around to much, ive been just exhausted this week, this helped me gain some mental focus and shed some of that brain fog

  • James Elden says:

    You are so flippin’ cute and adorable. Celebrity crush rekindled. (It was never extinguished, for the record). This session was just another reason what keeps me coming back. Love your continuing positive and loving energy. Anytime you’re ready to run away and get married, let me know. πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜‰ #celebritycrush #soinlove #yogawithadriene

  • Wong Hin Tak says:

    Dear Adriene, your yoga videos had been a great support to me during stressful and difficult times, keep me energized when i am feeling low. Big thank you and please keep doing what you are doing.

    A small request: Could you do more videos on practicing mindfulness and staying center please?

  • glossmoon says:

    I really needed this adriene, I've been so exhausted and fatigued from poor sleep and adjusting to medication. thank you for always teaching us to be kind to ourselves ❀️

  • SOUL MUZINGS says:

    Great video!! found you through suggested videos. I just started a Youtube Channel not long ago and very interested in the human evolution and spirituality topic. Keep following your passion and creating great content. Sending you good vibes and lots of love πŸ’–

  • ** Dreamer ** says:

    'So you might feel like a fool and that's the point' Quote of the year πŸ˜‚ Love you adriene❀❀

  • Justin Waygood says:

    You are amazing Adriene. I’m just starting out at yoga and had your YouTube channel recommended by a friend. Day number 7, and making it a part of my daily routine. Thank you so very much

  • James McCloskey says:

    Definitely timely on a wintry Sunday.
    A great resource for when I exercise at home. And Benji is so seeet!

  • Orneno W says:

    Thank you for this.πŸ™πŸΎ I have been experiencing a lot of burnout and I didn't realize it till I looked up the symptoms yesterday lol. This practice helped me get out of my head and in my body. I'm so glad you have short yoga for when you're pressed for time.

  • LifeWithJustine says:

    so happy that i find you. I just subscribed. I am going to try to make yoga apart of my day.

  • Kimberly Brown says:

    So Grateful I came across Adriene and her yoga video's…
    Thank you Adriene, for resonating and speaking to us, not at us, it's so inviting and makes it more compassionate and funπŸ’—πŸ™πŸ’—
    That may be why I'm still doing yogaπŸ˜‰
    Keep Shining Dear heartπŸ™ NamasteπŸ™

  • Elizabeth says:

    Thank you

  • Simojelle Muhrguen says:

    How do you hold your breath so long ????!!!!! πŸ˜…πŸ˜„πŸ˜‹

  • Zahraa Ghandour says:

    Very helpful

  • Quiet Opal says:

    Thank you so much! You create so much happiness! πŸ™‚ <3

  • Erica R says:

    Thank you for this video! Is there any chance you could make a "yoga for after a sleepless night" one?

  • Lourdes Benitez says:

    Thanks Adriene your the best ❀️❀️❀️

  • Ellie Lindsey says:

    I come back to this practice all the time β€οΈπŸ™β€οΈ

  • IrishAisling says:

    Day 95 done!

  • Par Grewal says:

    Absolutely loved this and adding the Kriya kundalini "knocking on heavens door" was great. I hope you add a longer version of this. I added a tapping of my foot to the floor a few times to shift the feeling at the end. This is one of my favorites i am definitely coming back to.

  • Amanda Reznick says:

    That was exactly what I needed, I feel connected to myself again and ready to accomplish life. Thanks so much!

  • hajlana says:

    Lovely practice and reminder of beeing in it completly!Thank you!Enjoy dear fellow yogies!

  • Carola Moon says:

    As always, your yoga sessions are grounding, eye-opening and challenging – perfect! Thank you Adrienne, for helping me to get into my body and unstuck.

  • Kate Nelson says:

    Loved! Along with all your videos, thank you so much for being a fantastic yoga teacher. I now have an at home practice, feeling stronger and centered everyday thank you to you, Adriene! with love.

  • Liz Beardmore says:

    Swapping round practices this week. Just what I needed tonight! Thank you Adriene xx Namaste πŸ’ŸπŸ’Ÿ

  • Kaari Volway says:

    Hi Adriene – I just wanted to let you know that I really appreciate the 15-25 minute videos! I don't always have time for more, so knowing these are available has made such a difference for me. It makes time for me, and yoga in my life, when it's super busy, feel more attainable. I love all of your yoga videos I have tried (longer and shorter) and they give me the boost, re-centering, re-focus or refresh I've needed. Thank you sooo much! <3

  • MrHunksee says:

    Hey Adriene, I was wondering if there was ever a possibility of doing an in class (elementary level) quick 10 minute practice? Or do you know of a good youtube channel?

    My situation: A lot of my young students have emotional or anxiety issues and I think doing a meditation and stretching sequence will help them to calm down before starting our class. We don't have access to yoga mats, and the students can get over stimulated (aka get physical with one another) if doing many high-energy poses.

  • Gill Smith says:

    Repeating this little practice for Day 17 of ACT, I always love this one as it’s just 15 minutes of fun but a little goes a long way πŸ§˜πŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸ§˜πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ™πŸ’ž

  • Nequidia Amaterasu says:

    You should have seen the look on my dog's face when I did my version of knoking on heaven's door πŸ˜‚

  • Undead Stagehand says:

    Thank you for this, Adriene. Your vocabulary, both yogic and verbal, are immensely helpful off the mat!

  • Kristine Allen says:

    Knocking on heavens door is one of my favorites, I use it to get energy flowing and loosen up my stress all the time. My son uses it when he is stuck at the climbing gym and it helps energize his hands, arms and focus! Thank you @yogawithadrienne

  • Lu Family says:

    I’ve done this one a few times now, and I have to say, it always puts the biggest smile on my face. It’s the perfect way to start the day. Thank you so much, Adriene.

  • Dianoskilicious says:

    Feeling un-stuck πŸ˜€

  • Liz R says:

    Day 17 of April ACT, this is EXACTLY what I needed today. I've been feeling so stuck lately and after this I feel like I could take on the world! Thank you, Adriene. Namaste.

  • Geraldine Leche says:

    Still wobbly on the left but getting better on the right.

  • D a w s a c says:

    ACT day 17

    I can recall doing this session in the past, nice quick one on the feet. Little bit of movement gets the mind right!

    Namaste.

    #ywaACT #FWFG

  • Vanessa Morris says:

    Now going to do today's practice, squeezing it in cause I was really busy today but I intend to enjoy it

  • Darren Knox says:

    ACT: It’s so funny how you always catch yourself when you’re about to say β€œa bad wordβ€πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. I can tell cuz you always do a long pause then say the more class appropriate word.

  • Vanessa Morris says:

    Just finished this one wow epic loved it thank u Adriene for freeing practice, love yuh and Namaste Everyone πŸ’•πŸ’žπŸ’—πŸ’“πŸ’–β€πŸ™πŸ™

  • flameinglava says:

    Just the length I needed. It is now 1:30am. I prefer the longer videos, however I was happy today's was of the shorter variety, so I can find my way to sleep sooner. Looking good forward to tomorrow's!

  • Carroty Carrot says:

    Thank you ❀️ xoxoxo

  • Rae Ackerman says:

    Good gracious I love your videos ✊

  • Amrei Dizon says:

    I am in my parents house and it’s Black Saturday in the Philippines. This practice is perfect without a mat and for people like me who’d want to accomplish some backlogs during downtime but has lazy bodies that don’t seem to want to cooperate πŸ™‚

  • Nicole Geary says:

    Thanks Adriene, it’s so nice to have 4 days off work and be able to do my daily yoga, I so love trying all the different types. Happy Easter from me and Tex to you and Benji xx

  • Anne-Sophie M says:

    Dear Adrienne, I'm feeling horribly stuck nowadays, thank you for this video!

  • nindiddeh says:

    Felt overwhelmed today, having multiple life changing decisions to make in multiple areas. Made me literally want to scream. Despite this decision confusion, I actually made a great choice.

    All that breathing got that intense tingly relaxing feeling, making me feel awesome. And during the freeform, I was having such a great time that I literally got myself dizzy, almost falling down. I think the intensity I had during the freeform showed just how confused I was.

    Now that i'm relaxed and got a little bit of joy, I actually have a sense of direction and realized all my panic was silly. Thank you for these videos. So thankful to have a free yoga teacher out there to turn to when life challenges you with these obstacles.

  • Crash Blakmor says:

    Awesome practice today!

  • Ashley Labadie says:

    Day 2 back on the mat. 15 minutes was a good start for me. I'm hoping to do more once I rebuild my daily routine again. Thanks so much for the awesome video.

  • jupiter is a bean says:

    πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

  • ganges eswari says:

    From my heart to yours ~ Thank you ❀️

  • Sude Nur says:

    Knocking on heaven's door was so much fun lol

  • Colette Weipert says:

    You are the best Yoga teacher on YouTube! Your spirit is kind. You have a great sense of humor. You are really tuned in to the human body. Thank you!

  • Jasmine Ryan says:

    This was the best yoga ever. It made me feel like a kid again. Everyone should do this every day, do some unwinding, self expression, freestyle!

  • TalesofHiraeth says:

    Namaste Adrienne, another great session. Just what I needed after a hard day to get unstuck!!

  • aladdin 1 says:

    Day 106β€οΈπŸ™πŸΎβ€οΈ Everytime i do knocking on heavens doors I feel like a Kapellmeister πŸ˜‚

  • Sarah Green says:

    Just what I needed today πŸ‘Œ

  • Alexandra Carroll says:

    namaste

  • Jaime L says:

    Thank you!

  • Travel 1 says:

    Again I have to post a comment 😁 This was so refreshing to me . Whenever I do the 'Knocking on Heaven's door' ,it doesn't matter that I am sad or other bad feeling I have, I always start to laugh and it feels good ! Is it because of the movement ,is it because Adriene always says funny things !!! ,I don't know ,but it feels liberating ! Thank you again, Adriene !

  • Wanda Rozwadowska says:

    Namasre❀️

  • Debra Taylor says:

    Wow, found what feels good. I wasn’t feeling particularly stuck, but thought I’d give this practice a whirl for a change ( I’ve been doing at home yoga with you for a couple of years now). Loved this one, will add to faves ❀️. Thank you lovely lady and the yoga community πŸ’•πŸ•Ί

  • Raquel Basurto says:

    Hey, Adriene! I'm back after almost 3 months without doing yoga, and chose this practice because I really need to get unstuck. I love how happy this practice made me feel, just happy, not worried, not distracted. Yes, there were a few thoughts here and there, but nothing strong enough to distract me from the doing and the feeling. ILYSM. πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’– Thank you for all that you do. πŸ™

  • Pamela Bini says:

    One breath at the time! You make me feel good πŸ™‚

  • Chieri Joy says:

    This video is amazing! It's the second time I'm trying it but for a different life stage now. It's all about aligning heart, body, mind, and spirit, right? I'm loving it! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  • Rio Mae Blanco says:

    That wide stance 😍 Really tested my legs tho! Thank you so much Adriene and namaste πŸ™πŸ»βœ¨

  • Isis Santos Costa says:

    πŸ˜ŠπŸ™β€οΈπŸŒŸ Namaste 🌟

  • more less says:

    This practice made me happy 😁

  • Wonder Woman says:

    For the first time, I enjoyed yoga with you Adrienne. Felt good. Thank you.

  • Mona Hagelstein says:

    I need another like this! Feeling so much better now πŸ™‚

  • Rachel Hough says:

    Started out with a different yoga routine, got halfway through before realizing I couldn't do it and started crying out of frustration and for a number of other reasons. I came to this because I had it saved for later and started it. I went from crying to giggling. Thank you for your goofiness but most of all your kindness, it's helping me get through a not so good day.

  • gonnabapro says:

    This was amazing. Thank you!

  • mayelaar says:

    I love this one so much.

  • Corey and Sadie Cunningham says:

    Everything I needed. Many thanks!

  • Ruth Gialluca says:

    Great! Love it! Thank you, Adriene!

  • theannete says:

    every morning with you is great! thank you Adriene!!!

  • Ivan Fish says:

    One of life's great mysteries is a dislike on a Yoga with Adriene video πŸ€”πŸ˜‚

  • Lia Van Steeter says:

    Wow Adriene. Thank you! I've been running around all day filled with anxious energy, and realized it's because I am trying to control everything and accomplish all my to-do's! Part way through this video, I said out loud to myself, "I feel great!" And I knew it was temporary but it felt so purifying. A million thanks.

  • Benedetta Dini says:

    love this girl πŸ™‚

  • Ashmi Joshi says:

    ❀️

  • Jade Dennis says:

    Really enjoyed it thank you, got me out of a funk this morning and let me focus on my day πŸ™‚

  • Jordan Hosler says:

    Lovely, as always. I know any yoga can be beneficial, but the words you choose for your videos always help me to find exactly what I need πŸ₯°.

  • Nicole O Scott says:

    I have been falling off my yoga lately though i thought no today i want to stop falling and start being present again. So i chose this practice to do just that ! Now I am loving the free-knocking on heavens door. Something so simple can do so much. Thank you Adriene and Benji for getting me out of my rut and hope I can get back to daily routines or to re-connect with a 30day yoga challenge ! Give Benji a cuddle for me πŸ™‚

  • Sally Cooke says:

    Another lovely yoga! Thank you so much xx

  • Bong siaw tze says:

    Thanks andriene! Really love your video!! ❀️πŸ₯° feel so good!

  • Jm B says:

    Since December I must have done this short video well over a dozen times. I'm a police officer and I work at night. So on those slow nights when it's a struggle just to even stay awake this little 15-minute video brings me back to life.

  • Tatjana D says:

    The best teacher! Thanks, Adriene!

  • Helen Pierce says:

    Is it true? There are heathens out there who don't like Knocking on Heaven's Door? How is it possible? πŸ˜‰

  • Coel Bishop says:

    This is one that is so helpful and needed. Thank you

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