Yoga is often seen as a stretching routine, but it’s so much more than that. Yoga can help you tone, strengthen, relax, and rejuvenate your body. You also don’t need to spend hours on the mat to get results; all you need is 20 minutes, your mat, and one of our favorite short practices. Start your yoga journey today with one of these easy flows.
Part of a Yoga With Adrienne series, this video is all about feeling the love. As you go through each twist and lunge pose, you’ll focus on connecting with your body and really tapping into self-care and self-love.
After a busy day, it can be difficult to get your body to sleep. All you need to do is take 20 minutes to go through this relaxing flow to get your body to slow down, unwind, and get ready for bed.
Perfect for yogis of all levels, this video is a great way to stretch, strengthen, and connect with your body. You’ll start the sequence with a sun salutation flow and end with a balancing tree pose.
Living with so much uncertainty can be tough on your body and mental state of mind. Starting with a meditation and some breath work, this MadFit video helps you feel grounded when you need it most.
If you feel like you need something to get you going in the morning, try this energizing sequence. Yoga teacher Phyllicia Bonanno will guide you through poses like downward dog and upward facing dog to get your body moving and ready for the day.
Made for those with some yoga experience, this quick practice encompasses a ton of yoga moves in a short period of time. In addition to a warrior pose sequence and an inversion, you’ll also do the very popular pigeon pose for a deep and relaxing stretch.
If you’re ready to break a sweat, power yoga is for you. The sequences move at a faster pace and various poses like plank and chair help build your strength.
Work on your flexibility with Boho Beautiful Yoga. This sequence includes several hip openers and leg stretches like forward fold and runners stretch so you can limber up.
New yogis may want to try a beginner video to learn the foundations and familiarize themselves with the moves. Instructor Christina will give you details instructions for each move, giving you tips along the way for proper alignment and execution.
For those with back pain from sitting in a chair all day or from a previous injury, this specialized yoga routine is perfect for you. A large portion of the sequence is performed laying down on the floor so your back gets the support it needs.
What are some of your favorite yoga sequences? Let us know in the comments below!
xx, The FabFitFun Team