On the picture parsvottanasana D can be seen. The variations of asanas are endless. With the arms behind the back they serve as a lever and they help to keep the back straight. It's an intensive asanas. Practice with awareness (to avoid injuries).
My schedule on a regular week:
Mo: Mysore class - second series
Tue: home practice - second series
Wed: Mysore class - second series
Thurs: home practice - primary
Fri: Mysore class - second series
Sat: a day off or moon sequence
Sun: led primary
Twice a week I practice primary now. My idea is to repeat those asanas of primary at home that need more attention like upavistha konasana. The vinyasas need extra time and exercise, too.
Lately I made very good experiences with repetitions. It's amazing how much better an asana is when I do it the sixth time. Taking picture forced me to repeat an asana again and again. Each time it was easier and better. Suddenly I could be in an asana with one breath only, come il faut.
Yeah, to have so much time for the things I love to do I call luxury.
The sun is shining. Big smile.
Time to move on.