Creative Energy : Days 9 & 10 of The Moksha Yoga Challenge

Sometimes when you are doing something and are repeating the motions, you can lose the sense of creativity that was present when you first started. 
This is something that our rehearsal directors were always stressing on when I was in dance school - the ability to keep movement alive and fresh even though it had become routine and repetitive to us.
Such can be the case for the Moksha Challenge.

Since there are basically 4 classes available within the challenge some repetition is definitely present within the postures, with differences happening more due to instructor-styles. I have started to come full circle though, and now I am taking my second class with every instructor as I’m into my second week of the challenge.

I appreciate the creative flow that each instructor brings to the practice and have thoroughly enjoyed being challenged in new ways by each of them, but now is the time to start digging a little deeper to keep my light alive in class and remember that every time I roll my mat out in the studio it’s a new day and a new practice and a new chance to discover, be and find originality! High-res

Creative Energy : Days 9 & 10 of The Moksha Yoga Challenge

Sometimes when you are doing something and are repeating the motions, you can lose the sense of creativity that was present when you first started.
This is something that our rehearsal directors were always stressing on when I was in dance school - the ability to keep movement alive and fresh even though it had become routine and repetitive to us.
Such can be the case for the Moksha Challenge.

Since there are basically 4 classes available within the challenge some repetition is definitely present within the postures, with differences happening more due to instructor-styles. I have started to come full circle though, and now I am taking my second class with every instructor as I’m into my second week of the challenge.

I appreciate the creative flow that each instructor brings to the practice and have thoroughly enjoyed being challenged in new ways by each of them, but now is the time to start digging a little deeper to keep my light alive in class and remember that every time I roll my mat out in the studio it’s a new day and a new practice and a new chance to discover, be and find originality!