In my workshops I spend time in the discussion of comparative anatomy as it relates to the practice of yoga. We examine how, at our deep skeletal level, we are all very different and how it is these differences which ultimately make our practices unique. We learn by demonstration and by looking at ourselves and each other how just as our faces are all different, so are our bones. By understanding that we are all unique in the way our bones are shaped and therefore how our postures look and feel , we are more easily able to drop the need to have our practice look like anyone else's. We can let go of our need to strive to be different from who we are. This sense of acceptance is the Yin path.