Sunday, March 17, 2019
The Past Week of the March Yoga Challenge Photos!
This was a really good week for yoga poses. There were no new poses but I did get to practice more with some older poses and I feel like I making some decent progress with some of them, especially the reverse table top pose!
Day Eleven March Yoga Challenge - Reverse Table Top Pose (Ardha Purvottanasana).
I don’t do this pose very often but I’m starting to like it more as it comes up in the challenges. It makes me feels like I have really strong arms!
Day Twelve March Yoga Challenge - Seated Side Bend Pose (Parsva Sukhasana).
This pose is part of my daily stretch because of the great stretch it provides!
Day Thirteen March Yoga Challenge - Goddess Pose (Utkata Konasana).
This is a pose I only do when it comes up during challenges and I’m still learning how low to squat during it and how to make my legs even.
Day Fourteen March Yoga Challenge - Half Lord of the Fishes Pose Variation (Ardha Matsyendrasana).
This is my second time doing this variation and I still needed help being told which way to turn correctly. For some reason this particular pose confuses me and makes me turn the wrong way while I end up twisting myself into a pretzel 😳
Day Fifteen March Yoga Challenge - Wide-Legged Forward Bend/Fold (Prasarita Padottanasana).
I love the stretch of this pose! When I have me legs wider my head can touch the floor but today I didn’t have them as wide because I wanted to feel a greater stretch in my hamstrings!
Day Sixteen March Yoga Challenge - Low Lunge pose (Anjaneyasana).
While I like the stretch and the strength of this pose, it always hurts my knees to do it (even when I put something under them) so I prefer the high lunge in its place!
Day Seventeen March Yoga Challenge - Bridge pose (Setu Bandha Sarvangasana).
This is a great pose not just for the stretch but for strength as well and it’s part of my daily stretch.