The answer may surprise you… 😌

This is a question that literally ALL of my students have asked me at least once.
And it makes sense, we’ve been taught there’s a right way and a wrong way to do things.

But what if I told you that there isn’t one right way to do a posture.

And that there’s no reason why you should be doing the same posture the same way all the time.
That it depends on many, many things.

  • What you are trying to achieve (Build strength? Flexibility? Ease?)
  • How the shape feels in your body
  • If you have any injuries or conditions
  • The actual shape of your body all the way down to your bones

This is good news!

It means that with personal guidance and a little self-study, you can always know when you are doing the postures and movements “correctly”.

The power is yours ✹

Have you ever felt like you couldn’t do a posture “correctly”?