This yoga technique brings flexibility to the spine and strengthens the legs.


Dru YogaDru YogaDru YogaStand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your knees bent and tracking over your feet (make sure you keep your knees bent all the way through the move). Then bring your torso forwards to a 45-degree angle, rest your hands on your thighs and position your fingertips so they’re facing in.

Exhale, tuck your tailbone under, round your back and shoulders and tuck in your chin. Pull your navel in towards the spine. As you inhale, lengthen your spine into a gentle back bend, lift your sternum towards the sky and slightly extend the chin upwards.

As you do this, ensure your arms and elbows remain still. Keep the core engaged and exhale as you return to the rounded back posture. Repeat the ow a couple of times.


Flow mindfully between the two positions, coordinating your breath with the movement. Repeat this a couple of times.

This yoga instruction has been brought to you by Inside Out who use Dru Yoga to help your well being. Inside Out are based at the Acanthus Golf Centre, Tingley, West Yorkshire. You can learn more and follow Inside Out on Facebook.


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