Home – Day 2 – Intend | Yoga With Adriene

In our Day 2 session, we take the proper time to add a layer of intention and consider this part of the foundation. Cultivate a relationship with intention and learn to let it guide the way.

Your intention has the power to directly influence the quality of your practice and your connection to yourself. Pro-tip – make your breath a priority.

Learning to be disciplined about intention brings purpose to your practice.

It also keeps your body safe, your mind more at ease, and opens up the gates for whatever you are moving toward – to come and meet you, just where you are.

When this happens you may find yourself feeling more aligned with the process, and in a happy flow state – no matter what your day is like or what exactly goes down on the yoga mat.

Let me know how it goes for you in the comment section down below.

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