AL Roker has made an appearance on TODAY after being absent from the small screen for several days.
The pre-recorded segment that aired on Monday featured the TODAY star and fellow host Hoda Kotb trying a breathing meditation class.
The TODAY stars visited New York City's Frequency Breathwork to explore different ways to find inner peace and relaxation.
"People are looking for a different way to work now, maybe not the same eight hours a day, five days a week," Al explained. "Maybe we are looking for a new way to find peace."
Although Al admitted that he usually ends up falling asleep whenever he has tried guided meditation, this session proved different.
"I feel grounded, centered and extremely grateful," he shared at the end of the class.
Hoda agreed, telling her co-hosts after their pre-recorded segment aired that it was a "very emotional and weird" experience.
"You feel just very calm like you've had a massage but better," she added. "When you figure out how to do it on your own, it's free - it's called air, check it out!"
While Al appeared on the recorded segment, he was still absent from the live show on Monday.
Viewers have been wondering about the 68-year-old anchor’s mysterious absence.
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While a few Today show hosts have taken turns being out recently, Al has consistently been missing for a couple of weeks now.
On Tuesday, Al's wife, Deborah Roberts, revealed he has been dealing with health issues.
“Ahh thanks for this,” Deborah wrote on Friday. “He’s a bit under the weather but ok.”
On Monday, Al was missing from both the flagship TODAY show, as well as from his usual spot co-hosting the Third Hour of the show.
Craig Melvin and Dylan Dreyer were in their usual seats, but, like Al, Sheinelle Jones was also absent.
Helping to fill in a bit for both of the missing hosts, NBC’s Jacob Soboroff stepping in to co-host with Craig and Dylan.
He also helped out during the early morning Today broadcast, as Carson Daly was also out.