This is a great way to ease low back pain or release tight muscles in the low back -- if you can stand on one leg.

For this lesson you will need to be able to stand on one leg and to hold the other foot in your hand -- that is, standing on the left leg and holding the right foot in the left hand. Of course, you can use a chair, desk or table to help you maintain stability.

Now that you have the concept, and are able to start in this position -- go ahead, follow the recorded lesson, below.

At the end, walk around, notice the changes on your back, hips and legs. Go back to what you were doing... and notice the ease.

Of course, you can find ways to simplify the process for yourself.

Click to listen to the 23-minute lesson