Yoga Workshop’s Challenge: Practice just like you’re in Mysore

Only with snow!

OK, hard to resist noting at least a little atmospheric difference between Boulder and Mysore. But, in answer to our recent posting … here’s what’s coming at Richard Freeman’s Yoga Workshop:

Practice just like you would in Mysore, India.

It’s on! The Next Mysore Challenge will be held Monday, January 30 – Sunday, February 26. Students who would like to participate must take one Mysore Class per day (morning or afternoon) or attend the Sunday 8am Primary Series or the Thursday 6pm Primary Series. Saturdays and Moon Days are resting days.

The grand prize is a 6 month pass – 1 free class per day! The winner will be drawn at random.

Students who would like to participate in the Mysore Challenge should sign up in the binder that will be available at the sign in desk on Jan 30. See you there!

Here’s what I like about this Mysore Challenge. It didn’t start right after the new year, when all the resolution yogis dust off their mats. They’ve let those folks come, practice a few times and then return to their couchpotatoasana.

I know I’ve fallen back from the six-day-a-week practice, so it would be a good thing for me to do. Perhaps we’ll figure something out for the month before the Ashtanga Yoga Confluence. If you have any ideas of what would make a good challenge — and how we can celebrate its ending in San Diego — drop us a comment.

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