This class features a series of poses designed to stretch and elongate the adductors. The adductor muscles, located on the inner thigh, are a group of muscles responsible for pulling the legs inward, or adducting them. They play a crucial role in stabilising the pelvis during walking and providing balance and support when standing on one leg. While some individuals may find this sequence therapeutic, others will discover it as a valuable tool to enhance their overall yoga practice, making a broader range of poses more attainable. Restriction in the groin or adductor area can hinder one’s ability to perform certain standing poses and forward bends effectively. This class provides an avenue to specifically target these muscle groups, emphasising poses that bolster flexibility. Explore key adductor-focused poses like trikonasana, parighasana, utthita hasta padangusthasana, supta padangusthasana, and upavistha konasana.