14-Day Yoga Challenge: Day Two

Fiji McAlpine
Instructor Fiji McAlpine
Average: 4.8 (195 votes)
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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.

Equipment: None
Style: Power Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga


parkssara 3 years ago

A wonderful refresher for how to hold poses, which is just what I needed. Thank you.

bhavani12 3 years ago

I really enjoy every detail of the poses and helps a lot! Thank you Fiji. Just completed day 2 and looking forward for next class. I wish I can do everyday but I also do other strength classes and try to fit yoga in my week schedule.

sarahmay 3 years ago

Really good to re-visit technique. I realised my hop was something to work on, as well as a number of other adjustments in the way I transition through poses. Thank you Fiji

bunniebee 3 years ago

always love slowing down and going back to the basics! thank you :o)

Rbreid73 3 years ago

After yesterday's introductory practice, this class really helped me understand how to enter and exit poses. Fiji explains everything in such a clear way that it lays the foundations for the subsequent classes, while also hopefully ensuring I don't make mistakes that risk injury. Roll on tomorrow's class...

YoNiki 3 years ago

Thank you Fiji, I really enjoyed this class!
I am looking forward to practicing with you everyday the coming weeks!
Lots of love,

hyperlycontagus 3 years ago

This is a great practice so far. This class made it easier for me to transition into upward facing dog. Somehow the whole 90 degree thing has never come up! Love it. Keep up the great work Fiji!

Kaoya 3 years ago

Great, simple class to build confidence for the next days of the challenge - and very interesting cues on proper alignment, particularly for triangle pose. Thank you!