Every Friday a fresh Yoga flow is released on the Move with Bri YouTube channel.

This week’s flow is the 3rd video of a 3 Part “Yoga for Beginners” Series that I started for my dad on October 30, 2019! Please welcome “Yoga for Complete Beginners” to the robust and growing library of content on Move with Bri. Head on over to try it out for yourself!

This 3rd video builds on the “breath and movement connection” which we establish in the first two videos, and features foundational Yoga poses that we learned alignment for in Part 1 and 2. This Part 3 moves at a fluid, but manageable, pace so you can showcase to yourSELF everything you learned in this series! ⭐️ This sequence is your chance to shine and feel the confidence of maintaining a slow and rhythmic breath, while challenging your body to hold and move through poses with the integrity of each posture’s alignment! I have no doubt you are going to enjoy this one.

If you missed Parts 1 & 2, make sure to check them out on the channel as well. I have linked the playlist at the end.

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Without further ado, here is Part 3. Make sure to hit the thumbs up. 👍😁 Continue to practice this sequence, and leave me a comment below the video to let me know how it went for you! I love hearing your feedback, so let me know what else you’d like to see on the channel. 💘

Do it! 💪🏻😘

The full “Yoga for Beginners” series playlist can be found here .

I know that it will bring you goodness. 🙏❤️

Hey there! I’m so happy to bring you your free weekly yoga video on the “Yoga with Bri” YouTube Channel. This weeks video is a 20 minute sequence for detox and digestion. You might have read my post about my coffee detox, so I felt this video fit the theme. 😉

In this video, we will find a bit of sweat and twist to get the body moving and flowing. This yoga video will help boost your mood and cleanse your body & mind of stagnation. Whether your feeling lazy, a bit down, or full and bloated, this video will help you refresh and start new.

Follow along to the video and comment below with your requests. I love brining you the videos you want to see.

Give this video the thumbs up so you can keep returning anytime you’re feeling under the weather. Subscribe to the channel for free weekly yoga videos. I want to help you grow your practice. We will do this together!

Keep returning to the the website for continued support, tips and fun. I frequently lead yoga challenges as a way to help you build strength and flexibility, as well as connect to a bigger community who will support you in your yoga practice. For questions on how to get involved check out my Yoga Challenge page, or reach out to me here. Let’s also connect on Facebook at Yoga with Bri.
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All the love my friend,


Puppy Pose is an excellent yoga pose to open your shoulders, lengthen your spine, and ease pain in the lower back. I created a short “How To” video for Puppy Pose on YouTube, so you can start receiving these sweet benefits. Head to the channel, Yoga With Bri, and let’s start learning. 🤗 A written description of the pose can be found in the description beneath the video on YouTube and below here.

To do Puppy Pose: Come to your hands and knees. Stack your hips over your knees. Press your shins and tops of feet into the ground. Keep your hands shoulder distance apart and walk them forward until your forehead comes to the ground. If the shoulders aren’t as open, place a yoga block or large book under the forehead. Avoid letting your back arch and your belly/ribs thrust forward to the ground. Keep a long straight spine. Take 10+ breaths here for sweet benefits.

I love taking your requests, so let me know what videos you want in the comments section below the video. Keep returning to the video so you can continue to practice the pose. Subscribe to Yoga with Bri so we can grow your yoga practice together!

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Lots of love,