Yoga for Inner Space Travel | Yoga With Adriene

Yoga for Inner Space Travel  |  Yoga With Adriene


– Greetings, everyone.
Welcome to Yoga with Alien. I’m Alien, and this is Boingy,
(boinging) and today, we have a
Yoga for Inner Space Travel. So hop into something comfy,
and let’s get started. (dramatic ambient music) (beeping) Alrighty, fellow aliens,
humans, pets. Whoever’s joining, welcome. Let’s begin in a nice,
comfortable seat here today. Draw the palms
together at your heart. Anjali Mudra. Take a deep breath in. As you exhale,
relax your shoulders and just ground
down into this moment. Thank you so much
for selecting this video. Let’s have some fun. On your next big breath in, draw your thumbs
up to your third eye, or your fourth eye
or your fifth eye or your sixth eye,
if you have it. Connecting to this inner
teacher, this higher self. Take a deep breath in. Sit up a little taller. Exhale, release into a twist, any way, so you can
turn to one side, any side. Wringing out through
the spine just a bit. Take a look past your shoulder, and then bring it
back through center and take it to the other side. Take a deep breath in. And on an exhale,
bring it back to center. And then, nice and slow, we’re gonna come
forward onto all fours. Draw your navel up
towards your spine. Spread your fingers,
however many you have, evenly. Walk the knees
underneath the hips. Curl the toes under, light
a little fire in your core. Draw your navel up, inhale in. Exhale, lift the knees,
let them hover for ten, nine, eight, seven, breathe deep. Six, five, four, three, two, land on the one. Uncurl the toes, drop the belly. Press into the tops of the feet. Inhale. Drop the belly,
open your chest forward. Let your third,
fourth, fifth, sixth eye shine up towards the sky. And then exhale, round
it through, chin to chest. Claw into the earth. Inhale, drop the belly,
moving with your breath. Exhale, round through,
chin to chest. Navel draws up, up, up. Inhale, come back to
a nice, neutral spine. Walk the hands out
a little bit wider. Curl the toes under,
and when you’re ready, peel the tailbone up high. Downward Facing Dog. Explore this creature here. Bend your knees. Stretch through
the fascia of the foot. Claw through your fingers,
breathe deep into your belly. Melt your heart, smile. Life is good. Excellent. Ground through your left heel. Inhale, lift your
right leg up high. Keep the hips square. Exhale, slowly shift it forward. Step it all the way up. Nice low lunge. Front knee over front ankle. Inhale, open the chest,
look forward. Exhale, plant the palms,
lift the back knee. Step the right toes back. Plank Pose.
Strong body. Downward Facing Dog. Inhale in. Exhale out. Inhale, lift the
left leg up high. Keep the hips level. Exhale, shift it forward. Step it all the way up. Lower the back knee. Inhale, open the chest, uncurl. Exhale, release. Plant the palms,
lift the back knee, step the left toes back. Plank Pose, strong. Downward Facing Dog. Hips up high and back. Good. Hug the low ribs in. Inhale, bend the knees,
look forward. Exhale, float, beam,
step to the top. Forward Fold. Clasp opposite
elbow with opposite hand. Sway a little side to side, listening to the
sound of your breath, coming into communion with the sound of your breath. Sweet. Then release it. Inhale in, dig into your heels,
bend your knees, and exhale,
slowly roll to standing. Stand up nice and tall. Lift your head as you rise up. Let your arms be long. Take a deep breath in here. Exhale nice and slow. On your next inhale,
fingers reach towards the sky. And exhale,
open twist to your left. Bend your knees. Inhale, look up. Reach up high. Exhale, open
twist to your right. Bend your knees. Inhale, reach up high. Breathe in. Exhale, hands to the waistline as you come to step in
the center of your mat. Bring the legs out super wide. Turn your toes in. Nice, strong stance
here as you lift your heart. Deep breath in. Long breath out. Inhale in. Exhale, soft bend in the knees as you send your heart forward. Standing wide-legged
Forward Fold. Maybe your fingers
come to the earth here. Maybe the hands walk
back in line with the feet. Maybe you keep your
hands on the waistline or gently resting
on your thighs. Take a deep breath in here. Ground through the
feet to slowly rise back up. Hands come back
to the waistline. Turn the left toes in,
turn the right toes out. Inhale, lengthen
through the crown of your head. Exhale, send your
fingertips out, left to right. Bend your front knee for
Warrior II, Virabhadrasana II. Careful not to
lean forward here. Pull the spine back. Head over heart,
heart over pelvis here. Inhale in. Exhale,
straighten the front leg. Inhale in again. Lift up through the chest. Exhale, Triangle Pose. Right leg stays straight. We open up through the chest, reach the left
fingertips towards the sky. Draw energy up from
the arches of the feet. Engage your inner thighs. Inhale in. Exhale, slowly rise back up. Warrior II. Good.
Straighten the front leg. Turn the right toes in. Let’s take the same
thing on the other side. So right toes in,
left toes turn out. Inhale in. Send the arms out wide. Exhale, bend your front knee. Warrior II. Beautiful. Inhale in again. Exhale,
straighten the front leg. Bump the hips back. Reach your left
fingertips forward. Slowly begin to tilt down, slowly sliding the heart all
the way up towards the sky. Triangle Pose. Lengthen through the crown.
Breathe deep here. Ground through your feet. Press into the outer
edge of your back foot. Good. Inhale in. Exhale to slowly come back up. Warrior II,
bend your front knee. Inhale in. Exhale,
straighten the front leg. Hands come to the waistline. We’re gonna slowly,
slowly walk the feet in, one by one, one by one, until you’re
standing arch to arch. Feet together, really together. Beautiful. Send the
arms out in front. Palms face down. Right arm goes
underneath the left. We find a bind here. Send the hips back
as you bend the knees. Lift the right leg up,
cross it over the left. Twist, wrap. Find your Eagle Pose,
Garudasana. As you inhale,
lift the elbows up. Exhale, sink a
little bit deeper. Hold onto center. Now lift the corners
of the mouth slightly. Relax your shoulders down. Elbows lift up high as
you breathe into your belly. Inhale in. Exhale, unravel your two arms, your three arms, your
four arms if you have them and slowly come
back to Mountain. Smile. Inhale in. Exhale, send the
arms out in front. Palms face down. This time, left arm
underneath the right. We wrap, we twist,
we bend the knees. We sink down, down, down. Get nice and low for this one, and here we go, lifting
the left leg up and over. Maybe we wrap, we twist. Maybe we just find a
little kickstand here. Lift the elbows, inhale. Exhale, sink a little deeper. Find your focus. Inhale in again. Breathe into all
four sides of the torso. Exhale, sink a little deeper. Beautiful.
One more breath. As you inhale, lift the elbows. And then exhale to
unravel everything. Bring the feet together. Bring the hands at your sides,
palms facing forward. Spread your fingertips evenly. Close your eyes and
observe your breath. Drop the chin to the chest. Then on your next inhale,
carve a line with your nose. Take your eyes up towards space. Open your mouth. Then close your jaw,
chin to chest, rounding down. Inhale to lift
the chin parallel. Exhale to relax
your shoulders down. Inhale to reach the
fingertips all the way up. With your breath,
all the way up. Exhale to float
it all the way down, fingertips at your sides. Two more like that.
Inhale, rise up. Exhale, float it down. Inhale, rise up. Exhale, float it down. Beautiful. On your
next inhale, rise up. Exhale, palms come together, and slice right down the midline as you come into a Forward Fold. On your next inhale,
lift up halfway. Find length in the crown. Pull the elbows back. Come into a little
figure seven shape here as you pull the
hip creases back, suck the elbows in and back, and lengthen through
the crown of the head. Send your antennas forward,
your crown forward. Press evenly through all
four corners of your feet. Deep breath in. Exhale to let it go. Beautiful. Bend your knees,
come into a low squat. Lift your heels. Come into a little ball here.
Tiny, tiny, tiny. Draw your nose
towards your knees. Feel that stretch in the back. Take a deep breath in. Empty it out. Inhale to slowly lift the chin. Lift the shoulders. Maybe there’s a
toe stand here for you, bringing the palms together. Maybe not. Draw your navel in and up. Feel free to keep your
fingertips on the ground here. Find your focus. Balance. Wherever you are, take
one more full cycle of breath. Then bring the
fingertips back to the earth. Nose back towards the knees. Close your eyes for a second and notice what it feels
like to connect to yourself, to journey back home. (whispers) ET phone home. Here we go.
Drop the heels. Tuck the chin. Slowly begin
straighten the legs, and roll it up, nice and slow. Stand up tall. Our best and most
beautiful Mountain Pose here. Close your eyes or gently send your
gaze down past your nose. Take a second to be
grateful for your body, accepting of your body. Inhale lots of love in. Exhale lots of love out. Slowly lift the hands. Palms face forward. Cactus arms. Inhale lots of love in. Exhale lots of love out. And finally, hands
come together at the heart. Take a deep breath in. From my heart to yours, we bow. Nanu nanu.
(whirring) Namaste. (upbeat music)

100 thoughts on “Yoga for Inner Space Travel | Yoga With Adriene

  1. This is why I love yoga with Adriene so much. You can get a yoga for everything, and in the end Adriene always has a way to remind you that you don’t have to take yoga so seriously or make it super fancy, because the only thing that matters is to find movement and breath that makes you feel good.

  2. I just did this one I missed it last Sunday but it was so much fun, love the name it was so cute much love Namaste Everyone and goodnight ?????❤?

  3. The thumbnail alone turned my entire day around I'm so glad I decided to do one of your videos right now, you are awesome!

  4. Ah such great alien yoga! I enjoyed this practice here at home in the South of France, so good to stretch out with you and enjoy these simple and nourishing movements! Peace to you dear friend!

  5. I love the way your content is both very serious and lighthearted in different moments. Thank you for these awesome videos! ? keep it up!

  6. Anytime we are feeling too serious about life, we need only tune in to our Yogalien friend and Beloved Boingy. Thanks for the levity. The antennae make me happy!

  7. I frickin died when you said “this is yoga with alien”

    And BOINGIE !!! reminds me of the backyardigans hahaha

    Thank you so much for doing this ?you’re so cute and you always brighten my day

  8. I love you, ?, thank you you just made my day, I overslept and didn't have alot of time to do my practice then I found this wow, short interesting and great practice, thank you. Namaste

  9. I love this video! Just got around to doing it today and I needed the lightheartedness of it today. I hope to see more fun and quirky videos like this in the future!

  10. This is soooo funny ????, I really appreciate your beautiful soul, because of your lessons I l do yoga ?‍♀️ ? and feeling amazing

  11. my first practice in a few weeks & this was exactly the video I needed. I laughed and had such a good 13 minutes. thank u adriene. sending you and benji lots of love ❤❤❤

  12. Oh my goodness! This is amazing! ? We're late to the party because we've been following some 30 day journeys here on your channel. We're new to yoga and wanted to get a solid routine going, and have been loving it!! ♥️♥️♥️

  13. I wanna know what alien technology she uses to make Boingy so politely stay off to the side of her mat ? my cat is always like “OH YOGA TIME!” And plops himself right in the way ?

  14. So Good! ?? I absolutely love where the YWA is progressing towards ?, Dear Alien, thank you for sharing this practice with us! Lots of Love from planet ? ??

  15. A bit late for my Halloween practice but do two weeks matter if the thing involves other dimensions and space traveling????

  16. Nanoo Nanoo. Well it’s only a shorty one but it is soooooo good. I’ll be doing this again when I’ve not got much time or am spaced out. Thank you Adriene ?

  17. @yogawithadrien hello dear Adrien I am doing yoga with your videos. I am wondering if there’s any sources available online for Ashtanga yoga for beginners whose bodies are not flexible yet and don’t have access to any classes. Thanks for answering in advance.

  18. You have a beautiful community in COLORADO. Any one who knows yoga knows ADRIENS, you pop up in so many different conversations. There’s much love for you here in mountains.

  19. I love her so much at the most difficult time in my life she always helped and has helped me build a better body!

  20. Absolutely wonderful. I started a new job and haven’t been practicing daily or feeling quite like myself and this video really helped me reconnect ??

  21. This is my favourite sequence at the moment, especially in the morning when it’s still cool and before the Australian Summer heat kicks in for the day!

  22. I love this so much. You always find a way to make me laugh. You really are the best yoga teacher. So grateful for you. ❤️?

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