“I’m so confused.”
A while back I was in a power vinyasa yoga class and this was my thought.
For those of you not familiar with this type of “practice,” power vinyasa is basically hot, hard yoga. (In yoga, everything is called a practice. Why? I am not exactly sure. So, I stick to the word ‘class,’ otherwise I feel like a yogi poser who really does not know what they are talking about.)
Have you ever stepped off a plane in a hot climate to a wall of hot, humid air? That is what it feels like when you open the door to a heated power yoga class.
Anyways, in heated vinyasa yoga you move through a series of (hard) poses in (excruitaing) heat—at first holding the positions agonizingly long and then moving through them fast. On this particular day, the teacher wanted to make the class better (or harder), so she created a sequence of complicated steps. But, in the teacher’s efforts to bring more interesting detail to the class, she accidentally initiated confusion.
I so badly wanted to keep up with the class, but as my sweaty,uncoordinated body could not keep up the moves. Consequently, I got confused. And then I sat on my mat and gave up.
Unfortunately, we do this with our writing sometimes. In an effort to get our point across, we make our text complicated and therefore we lose fluidity. You want your writing, especially online, to move gracefully down from paragraph to paragraph, or line to line.
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