Bad at doing actual yoga poses
If I had to guess, I'd say 90% of the movements I teach and practice of late are not classical yoga poses/asanas. Y'know, the big ones like headstand, trikonasana, lotus, etc.
When I do incorporate them it's usually with a personal twist. I honestly find I get a lot more out of asanas when I can look at them critically and play with them a little. Creatively tailor them to fit what I need that particular day, month, decade. It feels a lot better then when I was hell bent on making each yoga posture perfect and yoga itself the be all end all of physical/spiritual/mental practices. Who needs that yoga guilt trip baring down on their shoulders in plank? It's hard enough as it is.
Whatever the movement or position the point to me is the same- be present in the bodily experience. To me, that's the ground. It's that simple and that difficult. And I can do that when I'm twerking just as well as trikonasana.
Yes, I'm #twerkinginthedaisies at the Alberta Legislature. These are things you rightly do when you're self employed. It's what I get in place of a dental plan.