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: Vinyasa Yoga


janine.yoga 3 years ago

day 2 :) well chosen focus on alignment! thanks for that...really made me readjust my warrior poses :) wonderful guiding through the whole class !

kmj 3 years ago

I love classes where the focus is brought to alignment and we really thing hard about how our bodies fit into each pose. Thank you!

David Procyshyn 3 years ago

I loved day two for its focus on the specifics of the poses - how to activate and protect the body and how to transition so that I feel stable and strong.

laurelgord 3 years ago

Thank you so much for this. I'm being given the tools I need to deepen my practice safely, and I appreciate so much.1

Smellyfric 3 years ago

very good explanations on how to keep safe in each pose, but not enough stretching for my morning. had to do a few more poses after this practice. also should be rated beginner.

yoginiwithjoy 3 years ago

Wonderful class to go back to the basics and readjust a few things. Thanks!!

Naomi4321 3 years ago

Thank you for the motivation and inspiration to do yoga every day for 14 days! The classes yesterday and today have been great for strengthening and stretching and very well choreographed.

SmileMore 3 years ago

Nice abbreviated class, Fiji! I've been doing yoga for about 20 years and continue to learn new things. In this class, it was the proper alignment for my hips in triangle pose. Thank you!

28keish 3 years ago

Loved this! So many great alignment tips to remember. Especially loved the help with boat pose, I haven't got a lot of core strength and so needed help with that one but it isn't often explained in detail.