- Aids in spine and hip mobility and alignment.
- Upper, Mid and Low Back
- Inner and Outer Hip musculature.
How to Perform
|1||Standing with legs wider than hip width apart and hands on hips.|
|2||Turn left foot and leg 90 degrees out from forward. Ensure knees are straight but soft.|
|3||Inhale extend arms out to shoulder level.|
|4||Exhale engage core as you reach your left hand to the left as you move the body through the waist to the left. Legs stay stable.|
|5||Inhale, bring your left hand down on to the shin or above the knee, while rotating the right arm straight towards the ceiling.|
|6||Hold for 3 breaths.|
|7||Slowly using your core muscles and pushing the feet into the floor come back to centre.|
|8||Repeat on the other side.|
- May want to avoid if you have any back pain or pathologies.
- Common challenges can arise if core muscles and legs are not engaged slightly to stabilize the body.
|1||1||Hold for 3 Breaths||n/a|