As students of yoga, we often first focus on just getting the feet and hands in the right spots. 🤚🏽 Then we begin to attend to the breath. 💨 Then maybe we wake up the core. 🌪 As we focus on the physical efforts, the process begins to affect our mental and emotional layers, as well. ❤️ We can concentrate on smaller, more subtle aspects of the postures and breath (see how my top hand and wrist curve a bit? and my back leg's hip drops?). ⚡️ When we do this, can we stay open to the possibility that there's nothing wrong with the way we're doing it already? There are lots of ways to move and breathe. We want to tap into more options, not fewer. ✅✅✅ So when I offer you a way to lift your back leg's hip in revolved triangle, it's not because you're doing it wrong. It's because I've been there and I want to offer you a few ways to be there, too. Each one feels different and has its own benefits and drawbacks. 👍👎 And then, if we let it, yoga offers us new ways of responding emotionally and mentally to situations far more challenging than revolved triangle. 🗣👥 Why stay stuck in the rut of only responding to a challenging situation in one way? Let's notice our many options.