The practice of yoga (not just asana) is honest, difficult, imperfect, brilliant, solemn, celebratory, all together and all by ourselves. We need to face all of these truths… to sit with ourselves and feel into the depths within. Practice Urdhva Danurasa or practice Tadasana. The great thing is that, with an awareness of breath, either will sooner or later help you to touch in and banish, only if momentarily, that which stifles and restricts our true uncluttered and magical self. Whether it is brilliant or imperfect, solemn or celebratory, all together or all by ourselves, the practice of yoga does not end at perfecting your poses. That might be just the beginning for so many of us. The practice of yoga is becoming a better, brighter, less afraid version of you. We can take this better self and QUIETLY be. Take your time and go deep!