LonesomeYogurt wrote:Does your leg go to sleep and tingle, or does it physically twitch or move involuntarily?
If it is a mere sensation, then I would suggest just trying to monitor it with mindfulness. But if it's a real movement that you can't control, you're probably putting pressure on a tendon and that's not good. I'd recommend using the Burmese position, as Ben said, or getting a stool.
Also experiment with moving yourself up or down. Sometimes a folded pillow under the cushion makes all the difference, as a higher seat allows for deeper hip rotation. This may solve your problem too.
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