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Rules of a 30-Day Challenge

April 8, 2012

Once upon a time, long ago and far away, I used to practice Bikram yoga. During that mythical period of time, I completed one 30-day challenge. “Relevance?,”   you might ask. Well, on Friday, I notoriously (don’t pretend you weren’t shocked and appalled) skipped a day of posting. Let’s just say that I’m doing my 30 days of Dharma Chameleon posts by the Bikram 30-day challenge rules.

Challenge Guidelines:

  • You may start the Challenge any day of the week throughout the year. It does not have to be at the beginning of a month. It just has to be when you are ready to commit!
  • Within the 30 days you will be able to take two doubles (2 classes in a day) should you miss a day. Therefore, you could miss 2 days but would have to make them up with a double some other day in order to reach the goal of 30 classes. No more than 2 doubles are permitted.
  • Triples (3 classes in a day) are not allowed at any Bikram Yoga NYC studio.
  • It is helpful to identify a Challenge “buddy” to help support you throughout the Challenge period.
  • You will need to have a class card to participate. Unlimited passes such as the monthly, yearly or debit program make the most financial sense.
  • You are welcome to complete the Challenge more than once (however we will only reward an additional set of two free guest passes upon completion).
Rewards for Completion:
  • One free week of yoga (7 consecutive days)
  • 2 guest passes to introduce two friends to Bikram Yoga NYC
  • 30-Day Challenge t-shirt
  • 10% off your next full price package or merchandise (no discount on already discounted packages)
  • Your name on the board at the studio
  • Your name on our website

You should realize that there is absolutely no “reward” for me to complete 30 days of posting…but it just feels so good. Speaking of rewards, I’m pretty sure Bikram NYC never did most of this stuff for me. BLAST. I do think my name is on the website though, forever the world will know of my conquest!

[Image via: Bikram Yoga]

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