14-Day Yoga Challenge: Day Two

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Difficulty: 
Intermediate
Style: 
Power Yoga
Vinyasa/Power Yoga
Duration: 
30
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In day two, Fiji takes time with each yoga pose to ensure that you are doing them properly, as you progress through the fourteen days. Slowing down the vinyasa flow, spending more time in poses like plank, chaturanga, trikonasana and bridge pose allows her to cue the muscles that should be active, creating a more solid pose and preventing injury. Click here to go to Day Three.

Comments

Thank you!
Lisa Paige 2 weeks ago

I really appreciated the work on fine tuning the poses. It was perfect for today--I've been doing warm and heated Dharma which is wonderful, but also strenuous, which can lead to slipping in form. I love working with you in the morning to start my day! Namaste.

Lisa

I really appreciate re
virginiajensen 5 months ago

I really appreciate re-establishing the basics in this gentle session. I will be coming back to this one because there is so much value in the simplicity. Thank You Fiji

Thank you, Fiji! I have
jerridot 8 months ago

Thank you, Fiji! I have never had the biomechanics of the basic poses explained so thoroughly. This is so helpful in moving forward safely! Great foundational session!

Day 2 of 14
katierz 9 months ago

Fiji, I just love your classes! I'm old school in that I like the cues for alignment no matter what level. It seems I always find something new to pay attention to.

Excellent instructions, thank
Turtle70 11 months ago

Excellent instructions, thank you!

Fijis classes
lisaattridge 11 months ago

I am really enjoying Fijis classes and so glad I made time for this today. I am having trouble with boat pose as since I started with the 30 day yoga challenge, my coccyx has become very sore. Any ideas or advice for this would be appreciated. Many thanks x

Adequate padding
erpara 8 months ago

I did this to myself during a sit-up challenge - basically you need to allow it to heal by not putting all your weight on it. Then when you feel better and are ready to start doing the boat pose again, you need to make sure you have more than adequate padding. I use two yoga mats together now, and that gives me that extra padding I need. Good luck!

same 'boat'
juliew16 11 months ago

I also can't do boat pose without pain/irritation on coccyx. Ever since the birth of my third child, who was posterior facing, my coccyx protrudes much more and as the skin over it is quite thin, I find boat pose almost impossible. Though I would love to do it I end up doing other core exercises to fill the time when it moves to boat pose :(