Yoga For Scoliosis | Yoga With Adriene

Yoga For Scoliosis  |  Yoga With Adriene


– Hello everyone and
welcome to Yoga with Adriene. I’m Adriene and this
is Benji and today we have an awesome
practice for the spine. So Yoga for Scoliosis
it’s a big request and it’s a really good one. It’s a great thing to
bring people to the mat so they can start
to tend to the spine and then work out from there. So hop into something
comfy and let’s get started. (light music) Alright everyone
let’s begin seated. If you have a blanket or a towel or a block you
might use it here today. Just to lift the hips up so you
can find length in the spine which is the focus
of our practice today. So just start in
a nice comfy seat. Just tune into your breath. Tune into where
your body’s at today. Try to blanket yourself
in a little bit of love. Love, love, love. And sit up nice and tall without forcing or kind
of jerking yourself around. So just try to
find a natural lift, that would be a nice
way of thinking of it, up through the
base of the pelvis all the way to the crown. And we’ll begin by
just noticing the breath, noticing where you’re at today and accepting exactly that,
exactly what you’re feeling. Accepting the body as it is, your body. And whatever
your energy level is just accepting exactly that. And then trust me,
trust yourself. Trust that this
time is valuable. And I tip my hat to you for
taking this time for yourself. Alright, let’s
find what feels good. Let’s explore with the breath,
big inhale, open your eyes. Exhale, you’re gonna
send the legs out long. Again lift the hips up high if
you need to, pause the video. Lift the hips up if it helps. You sit up with that lift. So if you’re here
you might consider lifting the hips up high. Okay for many years
I would never not sit without a blanket
folded up pretty high. So now I’ve built
strength around my trunk to sit up tall with ease,
effortless on my own. But it took a lot of practice so feel free to lift the hips. And then you’re just
going to point and flex the feet really fast here
nice and easy, just a little wake up and then go ahead and bring
that right heel all the way in. Then we’re gonna
take the left hand and nice and easy
bring it to the outer edge of the right knee or right thigh and your right fingertips
are gonna come behind. You’re not gonna push
yourself into a twist here but rather think of
the lift and the lightness up through the
spine and then just play. Maybe you turn to look past
your right shoulder, maybe not. But don’t compress, think
of lift, think of lightness and we’re wanting
to work all the muscles of the back body here today, not just oh squeeze and
twist, squeeze and twist. So keep it effortless.
(laughing) Try to find the ease. And then check it out. Keep your torso, or
your body where it is but just slowly turn to look
past now your left shoulder or look towards the
front of your yoga mat and then we’re gonna nod. So drop the chin to the chest, feel that awesome
stretch in the upper back body and then look up, oh yeah and then drop the
chin and close your eyes, go inward, find
that yummy sensation that happens when
you close your eyes and quit absorbing
all the things around us and we just go inside. Awesome, then release
that, bring the head up, chin parallel to the earth. We’ll bring the right
knee in, send it out long. Bend the knees,
dig into the heels, inhale, reach up, exhale, modified paschimottanasana. So the knees are
bent here for everyone. You’re just gonna drape your
front body over the lower body and then drop the weight of
your head down with control and just feel this massive
stretch in the back body. Relax your shoulders down, in fact actively pull
them away from the ears. And then smell your knees. Stay present with your breath. If any sounds come
out, mm or ah, let them. This is precious valuable time that could make
or break your day. Send you into a
whole new chapter. A way, a different
way of seeing things, you just never
know so stay open. You’re gonna
rise up nice and slow. Then we’ll bring
the left heel in. Sit up nice and tall,
try to find that lift again from the base of
the spine, the pelvis and then right
hand will come now to the outer edge of
your right knee, right thigh and then again
careful not to go, okay I know this posture,
(wooshes), okay. So we’re working nice and
slow mindfully, keep the lift and from the lift
see if you can move it to look past your left shoulder and if not maybe keep it
nice and even to the side. And then keep playing here. Maybe it slowly makes
its way up to the mid back. To the thoracic and
then maybe you’ll look past the shoulder,
cervical spine but maybe not. Breathing deep,
finding the lift still. Both my legs are nice
and heavy and engaged. They’re not lazy bones
but they’re nice and engaged. And then keep this in the body and just slowly turn
your nose, your gaze now to the front of your mat past
your right shoulder perhaps and then here we go. Keep the lift up in
the heart, drop the chin. Oh yeah, should feel it. Pause here, close
your eyes and go inward. Yes and then
keep the eyes closed, you know what to do
here, lift the chin, and then drop the chin and see if you can do
it really really slow. And this is
your massage therapy. And to really find a
yummy stretch see if you can bring your left elbow
in towards your back body. Lift up through
the armpit chest. Now we’re dropping chin to chest and then
lifting chin to the sky. So awesome. Alright bring it back to center. Unravel, release. Dig the heels into the earth. Maybe this time the legs
straighten a little more, but maybe not, maybe
keep it nice and bent. I’ll fix my pants here. And then inhale the
reach up, find that lift upward current of energy
through the front body. Downward,
current through the back and then we
slowly drape the belly over the tops of the thighs. Keep reaching forward this time, reaching forward,
reaching forward, reaching forward,
reaching forward. Then stay here
reaching forward breathing deep. It’s like a superhero pose, in fact go ahead and put your
palms down, just superhero, like nothing’s gonna
mess with you, you got this. Tug the shoulders
away from the ears actively and then drap
everything down, awesome. Close your eyes. Feel your breath
literally move you here. Feel the skin of the back body
stretch as you breathe in. Feel the lungs, chest,
ribs, back body expand. And then everything softens
and gets heavy on the exhale. Great, then tuck
the chin into the chest. Slowly roll it up. Nice and easy,
again wiggle the toes, rotate the ankles, maybe shake
them a little side to side. And then we’re
gonna cross the ankles, bring them in, cross them. We’re gonna just
bring the little blankie or towel if you
had it to the side and we’re gonna come all the
way through to all fours. Stack the
shoulders over the wrists, hips right over the knees. Inhale the drop the belly,
open the chest. And exhale the round through. Inhale the open the chest, cow. And exhale, cat, round through. Now close your eyes and
to the sound of your breath do a couple more. And then on your next inhale come back to that
nice even neutral spine. You’re gonna plant the
left palm nice and firm and reach the
right fingertips forward. Then curl the left
toes under, send it back. And we’re just doing a
little spinal balance here. You can stay here or you
can lift that left leg up but it’s optional. Breathe here, tug
the right shoulder back, try to create an
evenness through both the right and the left side of the body. Inhale and exhale. And one more time. Inhale, this time
look forward, find length and exhale the
release, everything down. Left fingertips reach forward. Really claw through
the right fingertips so no pressure in that wrist. You claw through the fingers to take that
pressure up off the wrist. In fact lift your
wrist on the right and then put it down
from there, yes beautiful. I’m sure you got that right. You’re like “no.” let’s just keep going.
Here we go, left fingertips forward,
curl the toes under, right heel reaches back. So there’s a couple
yoga for wrist videos that you can check
out for that little ditty. Then stay here
lifting front body up to meet the back body. Spinal balance or
to lift the right heel, engage the right glute. Breathe deep. Press into the
top of that back foot. Again claw through
the right fingertips, one more breath,
inhale, look forward. Find length and
exhale, release everything. Bring the knees
together, really together, arches of the feet together. Then paint your yoga mat. Look forward,
inhale, find length. So open through the chest and then exhale, Balasana. Child’s pose. Allow the
weight of the shoulders to really round over here. And instead of
just being a posture where you just kind of hang
out and wait and take a break really see if you
can embody this posture as a healing one for the spine. So tuck your chin. Give a little weight
in your hips, your bum. Be articulate
through the fingertips and the way you handle
the skin of the face, the jaw. Then return to the breath. Then slowly reach the
fingertips all the way back up. And we’ll come all
the way to all fours. We’ll curl the toes under and when you’re ready
take a deep breath in, smile a little bit, life is good and then exhale,
lift the hips up high for our first Downward Dog
together, pedal it out here. Lot’s of awareness in the
hands, they’re nice and wide. Upper arm bones rotating out. Elbow creases towards
the front of your mat. Bend the knees generously, breathe differently here. The head is below
your heart space here, absolutely that’s
gonna effect your breath so find the nuance of that. Maybe turn the two
big toes in slightly. And then inhale to look forward and exhale,
ragdoll, step to the top, just one foot
and then the other. Feet are hip with
the part at least. Nice and wide, and
then bend your knees. Bring the belly to the tops
of the thighs and hang loose. Then bring your hands
to the tops of the feet on your next
inhale, halfway lift. Find length. And then exhale, fold. Tuck the chin into the chest and slowly roll it all
the way up to Mountain. Pressing into the feet and as you stack
your head over your heart and your heart over your pelvis really engage from the
lower body all the way up so feel your feet really
pressing into the ground, creating a nice strong base
for the spine as you rise up. Tadasana. Bring the hands
together at your heart. Take a deep breath in. And then exhale to
relax the shoulders down. Twice more like
that, big inhale. And exhale to release something, anything that’s been
kinda weighing you down and one more time, big inhale. Release. Awesome, inhale
the reach for the sky. Big flying V here, as we
exhale bend the elbows back, little back bend here, you’re gonna
activate the upper back body, engage the inner thighs
and lift your chest up. So not going crazy here
but being really mindful. Inhale, rise up,
head over heart. Exhale, big W with the
elbows, lift your chest. Great and then inhale, rise up. And then one more time, big W,
activate the upper back body, squeeze it in, engage
with the fingers, whoa. And then inhale, reach up, and then exhale to
bring it all the way down. Inhale the halfway
then find that articulation so don’t rush,
lengthen and then exhale, fold. Plant the palms,
step the right foot back. Step the left foot back. Little back
strengthener. (laughing) You can squeeze the right knee
in towards the belly button. Squeeze and lift and
then bring it back out and then bring the
left knee into your navel and squeeze and lift
and then bring it back out. And that’s it,
yay, lower the knees and come all the
way onto the belly. Awesome. Here we go, Cobra Pose. Hands in line with the ribs. Actively tug the hands
back towards the heels, squeeze the inner thighs, sorry squeeze the elbows, engage the thighs
and then here we go, rolling up, tucking
the chin into the chest, inhale, lift and exhale, lower. Again inhale, lift. When you rise up
pull the hands back so your heart draws forward and then exhale the release and
one more time find the ease. And release, awesome. Curl the toes under,
lift up, come to all fours and then all the
way up to Downward Dog. Inhale. And exhale. Great, inhale, lift
the right leg up high. Exhale, just nice and easy, you’re gonna step
it all the way up. We’re gonna lower
the back knee down and inhale, open
the chest forward. Now you can stay nice
and low here, nice and low. Or we’re gonna bring the
palms together and rise up. So if you’re
really new to the practice just stay nice and low. Otherwise we’ll squeeze
the inner thighs together, bring the palms up. And then if
you’re feeling good here you can curl
the back toes under, keep them curled to
get that extra arch stretch or root down, I like to do this, root down through the back foot so I really that
power lifting up. Again that lift
that we were playing with in the beginning
of this practice. And once you feel
like you have support and you have the
lift you’re gonna inhale. Reach the fingertips up high and then exhale,
big W here, lift your chest. Inhale, reach up, strong legs. Exhale, slowly
bring the elbows in. One more time, inhale, reach up. And exhale,
bring it in, beautiful. Now inhale, reach up,
palms come together and we’re gonna
take it into a twist so bring the left elbow
all the way up and over. Feel that big stretch
through the left side body. Then we’ll come into a twist and depending on your energy
level you might stay here or you might curl the toes under and lift the back knee. Now maintain that lift so
we’re not dumping our weight into the body,
into the foundation but we’re grounding,
we’re rooting up from that which is touching the earth
and really finding this lift and it does
require strength building but that’s why we’re here. Inhale, exhale,
bring it all the way back. Inhale the look forward,
drive your heart center forward. Exhale the plant
the palms, step it back. Inhale in, exhale,
belly all the way down. You can also do
Chaturanga to Up Dog here, but I’m practicing
with Cobra today so bring the
hands firmly planted, tug ’em back
and inhale, rise up. Exhale to release. Curl the toes under. Lift to all fours and then
back up to your Downward Dog. Inhale, lift the left
leg up high nice and easy. Press into both palms evenly. Exhale, step it up. Lower the back knee. Now if you’re, again if
you’re new to the practice you can stay nice and
low here going, “Oh my gosh, “I’m so glad I made it
this far through the video.” If you’ve been
with me for a while, with the community practicing or you’re feeling
pretty good here you’ll just go to the next
bus stop but they’re all good. So there’s all different
levels and they’re all good. Any time spent on
your mat is so good. ♍ So good, so good,
so good, so good If you can name that song
down below you’re my hero. I’ll sing it again so you know ♍ So good, so good,
so good, so good Bring the palms together,
lift the chest. So find that root in the back
foot if you haven’t already while I was singing. Moving with your breath, so
really be true to your breath, inhale, reach up nice and slow and then on your
exhale squeeze everything in, lift up from the
pelvic floor a big W. Inhale, reach for the sky. Exhale. Front knee over front ankle, squeeze the left inner
thigh in towards the mid line. Inhale, reach up. Exhale bring it in. Let’s just do one more,
inhale and exhale, bring it in. Activate the upper back body. Sweet, inhale, reach for the
sky, palms come together, Jai. And then think up and over,
so big stretch in the right psoas, right hip, right
side body should feel good as you come into your twist. So in time we’ll want
to work to get the sternum and the thumbs kind of
close to one another, just a little goal post. So that you’re active in twist and then again
depending on your energy level you might lift
that back leg, inhale. And exhale, and inhale. And exhale to release,
awesome work. Come back to your
nice little lunge. Bring the right
knee to the ground. Inhale, open the chest and then exhale,
plant the palms. And step it back. So you can take an
optional belly to Cobra here or an optional
Chaturanga to Up Dog. We’ll meet in Downward Dog. You can just go
straight there if you like. Inhale in. Then exhale release. Then slow descend
of the knees down. Then you’re gonna come
all the way to the belly and you’re gonna
walk your fingertips all the way up in front. And then really
zip up the legs here, so take your time to
really feel the pubic bone pressing into the earth,
zip up the legs. Inhaling and then exhale,
lift everything, bend the elbows, cactus arms. Gaze straight down, squeeze
and lift, squeeze and lift. Breathing deep,
lifting the elbows. Then take one more breath here. And then you’re
gonna slide your palms as if they were
sliding on a counter top, like a marble counter top. You’re gonna
slowly, really slow, slide the hands all the
way back into airplane arms. And when you get there
activate the upper back body and slowly lift
your heart a little more. Drive it forward, heart forward,
gaze a little bit forward but nice and long in
the back of the neck. Toes and
fingertips reaching back. Crown reaching forward,
we’re here for one more breath. Lift everything a little more. And then release,
come onto one ear and just rock the
hips a little side to side, soften the glutes. Take a deep breath
in and then exhale, turn onto the other ear
starting to cool it off. And then from here
you’re gonna lift the head, the neck, the shoulders
and you’re just gonna come to flip
onto your back right here. And when you
come onto your back pull the heels in, knees up towards the sky and
prep yourself for Bridge Pose. Pressing into all
four corners of the feet. Begin to lift the
hips up high nice and slow. Walk the shoulder blades
underneath your heart space, squeezing your thighs together and press the
palms into the earth. And lift the chest to the
chin and the chin to the sky. Send your shin bones forward
and really hug the thighbones, femur into socket here. Deep breath in. And long breath out to release. Awesome work, hug
both knees into the chest. Rock gently side to side. Then keep your right knee in,
send your left leg out. Inhale, exhale, Supine Twist. Bend the right elbow,
breath deep. Try to keep your
right shoulder on the earth. Then bring it back to center and take it on the other side. Bring the left knee in,
send the right leg out long. Supine Twist. Try to keep your left
shoulder on the earth. Then bring it back to center, hug both knees into
the chest, Happy Baby Pose. So grab the
outer edges of the feet and then kick the
feet into the hands and pull the hands down gently so shoulders
really activates down. Then lengthen
your tailbone forward. Ananda Balasana. So blissful baby here. So find movement
that feels like that. There’s freedom
within the form here. You can give a little
massage on the back body. Balance out the
left and the right side, maybe extend the legs long. Remember that
it’s all connected. And for three
more breath cycles, find what feels good. And then when you’re ready let everything
spill out nice and long, create a big X
shape with your body. So the arms can
either go up and out or gently at your sides. But create a
shape that feels relaxed and a place where you can
really surrender and be heavy. This part is for the soul,
the mind and the body. Allowing the nutrients of your
practice to really settle in. Without you
having to do anything. Thank you so much
for sharing your time and your energy with me and all the
other beautiful people practicing around the world. It’s an honor. We’ll bring the palms together, bring them up to the third eye. Take a big inhale. And exhale to
quietly whisper namaste. (light music)

99 comments on “Yoga For Scoliosis | Yoga With Adriene

  1. Stephanie Sell Post author

    thank you thank you thank you I have suffered with severe scoliosis and do one your practices everyday. I am constantly in severe pain and find your yoga to lift me up and relieve some of that pain, you have helped me so much , and I am eternally grateful.. you are the best namaste. love you and Benji

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  2. Simply Holistic Post author

    i really love your videos adriene. you remind me a lot of my therapist, your very sweet and have a nice personality. Your videos are the main reason i even have motivation to do yoga or to even exercise a little

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  3. Alexe Usher Post author

    This is an amazing yoga session, I have scoliosis and she started using it. I even showed my support group about you because what you do and show is amazing.

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  4. Stillness_speaks Post author

    I gasped when i saw the video! I have scoliosis and i love yoga so much, now i have a specific practice for that. Thank you <3

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  5. Lore Murdock Post author

    I've been trying everything for my scoliosis, I can't even do child's pose without pain…and was told that I can't do yoga. Imagine my joy at finding your video, thank you very much. For those that would like to know, I find immediate relief when I do the 4 min scoliosis video from Austin Goh here on YouTube. Thanks again Adriene, I appreciate it so much. Your fun manner is delightful

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  6. Melissa King Post author

    Thanks for this video. I have some mild scoliosis and am gonna start doing this video regularly to help. Random question, what's the song you use for your intro and ending? It's such a beautiful guitar intro that makes me feel relaxed immediately.

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  7. Melodia Liu Post author

    I hurt my back the other day trying out headstand with your foundation video. It’s been bothering me for a week now. And today I woke up seeing this video on my YouTube homepage and decided to give it a try. Have to say, it did its charm. You are magical! Thank you so much!

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  8. Sena Bozdag Post author

    I personally don't think you should make jokes or sing during a yoga practice, it is really distracting. These may be good exercise poses (tho I can think of better flows) but was not a good yoga practice.

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  9. Mish Young Post author

    Thank You Adriene for another wonderful yoga sequence. I have scoliosis and hurt myself going too deep into a spinal twist two days ago and it caused my pain levels to increase but after doing this I can feel release and my pain has reduced. This sequence will definitely become one of my favourites and be part of my regular practice 😊🧘‍♀️

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  10. Karthik Post author

    only a professional can do this. normal people can't as it's confusing.Is there specific yoga poses you suggest ?please

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  11. Susan Bielski Post author

    I have been doing your yoga for upper back pain off and on but tried this tonight for the first time. I did it slower than most, I’m sure but it really helped. At the very end heard audible release which hasn’t happened in forever. Thank you thank you ❤️

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  12. Lahela Dickens Post author

    I’ve had back pain from my scoliosis for days. I haven’t even been able to put on my socks. 10 minutes after I did this routine I put on some fuzzy socks with no back pain. Thank you!

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  13. Isabella Maria Post author

    This is amazing! I have scoliosis, and frankly besides wearing a back brace I don't really tend to it and exercise, unless my back hurts a lot, like it did earlier. I get really bad back pains during my period, and combined with my scoliosis, it can get really painful and uncomfortable. But this video helped me a lot! The pain is totally gone! I should really start doing exercises for my scoliosis and posture more often…

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  14. Felishia Rae Post author

    I've been digging through your videos to find all the ones that target the back and hips, they're all great and only makes me want to get into it more. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and gifts. But also, has anyone asked about the muscle tank she wearing? Because it's adorbs!

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  15. Courtney Sweeting Post author

    I have severe scoliosis and started doing yoga recently to help and I’m not the best but I’m working on it and you’re helping me so much ! Thank you ❤️

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  16. Mike C Post author

    First time doing this is hell. I suppose doing this for days will make you feel like in heaven because my muscles cannot cooperate yet and are in pain. My body is too rigid because of this.

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  17. Lorraine Lebeau Post author

    I suffered with terrible back spasms due to mild scoleosis for about 8 months. Doing this routine every evening really helped me physically and mentally. Today I no longer suffer from the pain and I believe it's because of this video. Thank you Adriene!

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  18. CidColetti Post author

    Thank you for this. I'm a big guy with a bad back. I love doing Yoga and I appreciate this video specifically. Great work!

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  19. Aymara Iannarella Post author

    I suffer everyday because of scoliosis and any video helped me, except yours, thank you! you literally save my life!!💕

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  20. loveharrydaily Post author

    I have lumbar lordosis so I can’t straighten my back. Thank you for a yoga sequence for people like us 😩🙏🏾

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  21. Gillian Francis Post author

    this is great! really helped loosen my back and reduce the pain. sweet relief! love your videos, thank you Adriene! 🙂

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  22. Vanna Freeberg Post author

    when I lay on tummy and push up on arms and arch my back….I end up in really bad shape. When you have a curve, your back does not arch like that. I think this should only be done with a lot of caution. Just thought I'd mention as it has always been a huge scary point for me.

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  23. teawithlucy Post author

    Hi Adriene. Thanks for your video. You have a lovely lightness in your delivery. I have a fairly severe scoliosis and yoga has been hugely beneficial for me. Just wanted to point out that backbends and twists are generally not encouraged for those with scoliosis, and can actually aggravate the condition. Warm regards, Rachel

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  24. Elise Satter Post author

    I have mild (close to severe) scoliosis and I wanted to start running. I honestly am so dumb and had no idea how much that could hurt afterwards in my hip area and realized that I have to do better stretches so that my spine will be stronger and so that it may be easier to run (without pain because I have a tight it band too), so I hope that this works and thank you so much!

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  25. JPageRocks Post author

    If you have scoliosis you can’t do half of these moves. It would be helpful if you showed in your poses, modifications of the moves. I understand you say go as far as you can if you’re a beginner but as someone with scoliosis, I can’t even come close to some of the basic moves you are demonstrating.

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  26. Taylor Coker Post author

    I have never thought that yoga would be as amazing as this, I have suffered from bone spurs and minor scoliosis since even before middle school… I always have constant terrible back pain because of it and havent had a pain free day for about 10 years…. I did one session of this, my very first time doing yoga… and I felt nothing in my back… no pain… Ive almost never not felt something stabbing me in the back and I cant believe how amazing this feels..
    I will be doing yoga for a long long time

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  27. Rosa Encarnaion Post author

    Awesome practice! I've been actively doing your routines, I not only feel better, but I am starting to see changes in my body as well. You have Benji, and I have Chiqui. Thanks!

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  28. Jacqueline Larsen Post author

    I have minor scoliosis does anyone know how to help straighten the spine out without a brace

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  29. niña paquito Post author

    I thank you so much for this lesson! ♡
    It feels so good for my crooked twisted back 😻

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  30. Tatiana Navarrete Post author

    turns out i have moderate scoliosis at 15 . hopefully this helps :)) – love you adriene

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  31. WildHaunterr Post author

    I had an operation for scoliosis which has definitely helped but I still struggle maintaining posture and back pain can be an issue at times, I recently started yoga to relieve my anxiety and find more mental clarity but found I was struggling to do my daily session yesterday due to back pain so, so happy I found this one! Your voice is so calming for it and I love the encouragement you give. Sending positive vibes! <3 – Hunter James

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  32. Rachael Crain Post author

    I really enjoyed this video. I just found out I have Scoliosis. I am still kinda in shock about it since I have only known for 2 days now. I will be incorporating more of your yoga moves into my daily workout routine. Thank you!

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  33. A Lochetto Post author

    I don't know why I haven't done this video before (or maybe I have?) but it's perfect for where I am at this moment in time! Thank you Adriene! ~namaste xoxo

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  34. Annie Pilates Physical Therapist Post author

    Thanks adriene for anothe Lovely video! Please check out My Pilates scoliosis video , anybfeedback Will be greatly appreciated ! https://youtu.be/IekiEFd8CDA

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  35. Idah Yngvesson Post author

    A lot of these exercises can actually make the scoliosis worse according to just about every other site about scoliosis. Especially twists of the upper body can really harm your back if you have a severe scoliosis and should be avoided! Upward dog, cobra and all stretches where you leaning backwards should also be avoided. Even if it feels good. I've made this mistake thinking I have been doing a good job doing these yoga poses a lot because it feels good in the moment and now my back is hurting more than ever. All back stretches and exercises is not good for all back problems! Please consult a specialist for a specified workout program just for your type of scoliosis and curved spine before following this routine.

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  36. Gemini Evangelista Post author

    i have mild scoliosis .. i really dont know what to do .. i already downloaded this video .. i wish this is effective .. 😭😭😭

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  37. ashley nicole Post author

    i have struggled with my scoliosis since i was 12 and just recently found this video after being in pain for 3 days straight and this is the only thing that made it feel better. i was in awe as i realized the pain just melted away. so thank you, this is my new go-to remedy.

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  38. Kristina von Ond Post author

    I started with this video almost two months ago and I am amazed how far I have come! Thank you, Adriene!

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  39. Sidharth singh Post author

    Can you take garunty of these yoga execises strainght my spine becuase my back pain so much i get scoliosis in my middle back and are you scoliosis specialist

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  40. Jen F Post author

    Oh my! I was trying to do 30 days of yoga with you, but my hamstrings are so tight from having kyphosis and couldn’t do most poses well cause of my hunch in my back. I’m so happy I found this.

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  41. Joanna Post author

    Had a hunchback and scoliosis for years and now well… they're gone!! Thank you Adriene for your time spent for us and your amazing practices, been doing them almost every morning and I feel great! <3 Namaste!

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  42. Jade itowy Post author

    OH MY GOD ADRIENE THROUGH YOUR EXERCISES I FIXED DISLOCATED KNEE CAP THIS WHOLE TIME I THOUGHT I HAD RiPPED TENDON. I love you namaste ^_^
    Thank you very much for this yoga for scoliosis.

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  43. Amaya Blossom Post author

    Will these be good for scoliosis post-spinal correction surgery too? Has anyone post-op tried? I'm a year on from surgery now but I still get pains so I would like to try thiw but I don't want to hurt myself >..< I have double major scoliosis, my curves were 64° and 45° and are now both 30° with rods from T3 to T11. Thank you for your time!

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  44. RebelInHerOwnRight Post author

    Best one yet. I have moderate to severe scoliosis. Thoracic curve 48 degrees and lumbar curve 38 degrees, si joint dysfunction in left leg and piriformis syndrome in right leg. She has strengthened me through the process via YouTube and my pain levels have significantly dropped every time I am consistent. I sincerely thank you.

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  45. mim prr Post author

    Hello!

    I have a question for Adriene and also for you guys!
    I have not so mild scoliosis that left me with some also not so mild breathing problems. Is it okay that I cannot breath in deep enough through some of these routines? I have to breath out earlier very often and it is frustrating because I don't know if that is correct way of doing this beautiful routines. I hope you understand what I am trying to say.
    Have a good day! Namaste🍀

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  46. Identify HD Post author

    Where has this video been all my months of scoliosis I have a 52 degree curve my appointment is July 4 and I am hoping My curve will go down a tiny bit so I dont have to get surgery "yet" Cmon now im 12 im to young for major surgery

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  47. Laura- Beth Dawson Post author

    hi i have the isster condion kyphoes would they work with mine. mine is now held with titiamim just wondring if they will help to keep it going. specialy with the lower end where im having truble with it.

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  48. FruitToFruition Post author

    Feeling severe back pain tonight and it's midnight and just finished this, thank you xxx

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  49. Jane Mellowes Post author

    Just discovered this practice for scoliosis. Trying to do it every morning. Seems to be helping…thank you 🙂

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  50. Marié Post author

    Can i do splits when i have scoliosis? I have severe lower back pain after some exercises and i don't know which ones make me suffer so much. Thank you

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  51. KN B Post author

    I was wondering – would it be possible to do a video on lumbar scoliosis? I tried the stretches in this video, but it might work better for the cervical and thoracic spine. I love all your videos (most recently have been binging the one for lower back pain), so I have no doubt that whatever you would put together would help tremendously. Thank you!

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  52. Nicole O Scott Post author

    Completed this practise. I love the idea for a blanket. Esp a textured one. Defiantly going to adopt that for my feet. I have trouble chaneling energy into my feet or from my feet so having the texture blanket to press onto helps. Thanks Adriene. I did a little yippee when Benji came into the video. Hehe. If I was to come to TX to visit would definitely want to try meet you and Benji. Maybe do a class with you at practise yoga Austin. Xx

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  53. Vik Toria Post author

    With scoliosis you do not do exercises like 5:15…or 19:13. That ruins the spine more. Also with scoliosis the part of your muscles will work more than the other by nature so it's actually better to go to the manual therapeutist first. I do see some normal exercises here, will try them

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  54. Louise Post author

    Thank you somuch for this! I have scoliosis and have also been suffering from problems with a bulging disc causing me a lot of back pain and sciatica and although this doesn't totally get rid of the pain it is providing some relief and is stretching the muscles out far better than the physio exercises i have been given do! I'm a new subscriber and have only tried out a few of your routines so far but i definitely think this is the best one i've tried!

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