14-Day Yoga Challenge: Day Twelve

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
Average: 4.9 (99 votes)
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Day Twelve is a sweet, short class for those who need a little break during the 14 days of yoga. Fiji still packs it full, with arm and foot balances and many fun standing poses that will help release your body even more, before relaxing in corpse pose at the end of 20 minutes. Click here to go to Day Thirteen.

Equipment: None
Style: Vinyasa/Power Yoga


Trudy Boos 1 year ago

Thank you Fuji, I enjoy your classes. I love the elegance of the sequence. And your voice. Namaste.

tinksweeney 2 years ago

I am really enjoying doing yoga with Fiji everyday and do not want it to end!! Day 12 is a powerful short class with great flow, keeping with your breath, and wonderful stretches. Prayer hands up the back felt soooo good this morning-challenging but good!! Thank you Fiji for another great day in the series. Namaste <3

seequinn 4 years ago

I'm loving this challenge so much - I haven't done it consecutively but have been working away at it anytime I could. I can't wait to start again the minute I finish it!

margotkeyes 4 years ago

Fabulous short practice but with powerful breathing and poses! I am so happy to place my hands inverted behind my back and TOUCH THEM! yay!! Thanks Fiji!
I think once I am done, I will do this challenge ALL over again and see my improvement!

Karrie 4 years ago

I loved this practice, Fiji! This practice helped me feel harmonious and free! Thank you! See you tomorrow for Day Thirteen!

michr.tarr 5 years ago

Loved this one! Short and spicy! Loving the 14 day challenge, and saddened that its almost over!

Emma Linnitt 5 years ago

Very much enjoying this 14 day challenge, its giving me focus everyday between my own teaching commitments.

Rbreid73 5 years ago

After practising days 9-11 over the weekend, it was nice to start the week with a relatively gentle class to ease those aches and pains, particularly in the shoulder and hip joints. Packed enough of a punch in 20 minutes to get the heart rate up, blood flowing and a sense of appreciation for how much I'm progressing through this programme..

yvette.marie 5 years ago

I had a bit of a manic day, so was very grateful that you've put this 'rest day' into the challenge. And very grateful to myself for making the time - even if it was 9.30 at night! :)

David Procyshyn 5 years ago

Once again, I love what you can do with 20 minutes, Fiji! You get right into it and deliver such a sweet class with such little time.