Introducing ‘The Attendance Pyramid’

Non-competitiveness is one of the attractive qualities of a Yoga practice. It gives us the space to truly ‘just be’, and develop into the best version of ourselves. All we are asked for is to do the best we can at any given time. What is required though is regular practice!

And this is where we sometimes need a little nudge to either get us out of bed, or later in the day to commit with resolve, to leave work on time so we are able to come to class. That’s why we thought we’d give you a little assistance and have created an ‘Attendance Pyramid’!

How does it work?

We will simply count the number of times you come to practice.

We will display the ‘Pyramid’ at the school, listing the students’ names, and number of times they have attended since January this year:

100+ times
90+ times
80+ times
70+ times
50+ times

The bands of colour within the pyramid represent the yogic chakras. This list will be updated weekly, and we will celebrate our students who attend most by… coming along even more often to keep them company! In this way we can draw inspiration from our fellow practitioners. And soon, you’ll be one of those at the top of the list :)