Briana's Morning Yoga Challenge Day 10 - Briana Blair - BrianaDragon Creations

Briana’s Morning Yoga Challenge Day 10

Briana's morning yoga challenge health exercise
Posted by / September 5, 2016 / 1 Comments

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Welcome to day 10 of the challenge! If you’re not sure what’s going on, you can take a look at the introduction page. Be sure to comment and let me know how your session went!

1: Horse (goddess) – Utkata Konasana***

2: Plank – Kumbhakasana***

{Edited from the original Four-limbed staff – Chaturanga Dandasana due to the pose being too advanced}

3: Supine twist (left) – Supta Jaṭhara Parivartānāsana***

4: Supine twist (right) – Supta Jaṭhara Parivartānāsana***

5: Bound angle – Baddha Koṇāsana**

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** = Stock Image
*** = Found on the internet, used with gratitude and respect, solely for the purpose of education.

Briana Blair

Briana Blair

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One Comment

    Briana Blair

    #1: This was a tad hard on my knees after two days of warrior, but I settled in and got through. It felt good to have the strength to really get into it and work on perfecting my alignment.
    #2: Another very advanced pose that I wasn’t ready for. There was no way that was happening, so I spent my time in plank to work on my arm and core strength.
    #3 & 4: This was a little rough after the half lord of the fishes recently, but I got into it and held it. My knee and shoulder are very close to both being on the floor. I’ve made some real progress here!
    #5: My hips were a bit achy, but I got into bound angle and held it. I sat straight up though, focusing on keeping my back straight and shoulders down, then gently pressing my knees as close to the floor as they would get. Again, I’ve made good progress in this pose.

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