Yoga With Adriene: How The YouTube Star Won Lockdown • Discoverology

Yoga With Adriene: How The YouTube Star Won Lockdown

Apps, Health

Adriene Mishler was already huge before the pandemic – her channel, which has more than 7 million subscribers, is the first to pop up when you search for “yoga” on YouTube – but the lockdown has catapulted her to a new level of fame.

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