"Consider, on the border between these two cases, the repetition of a decorative motif: a figure is reproduced, while the concept remains absolutely identical ... . However, this is not how artists proceed in reality. They do not juxtapose instances of the figure, but rather each time combine an element of one instance with another element of a following instance. They introduce a disequilibrium into the dynamic process of construction, an instability, dissymmetry or gap of some kind which disappears only in the overall effect."
―Gilles Deleuze, Difference and Repetition
Mindful repetition is not repetition of the same but a process of learning that relates to what has been acquired. We will approach repetition in two ways. First as a set of highly-dynamic movements with a number that uncovers your limits. Second, as a set of asanas that will be stacked, one after the other, creating a growing "ladder flow". At first align and stay, with every loop, revise and deepen. Expect movement, sweat and rythm. Enjoy my fellow yogis!