This is a seated twist names after mythological character Drona’s father. Sit on the ground with your legs stretched out in front of you. Bend both legs and move them back towards the right side of the body. They will be facing away from the body and resting near the right hip. Your buttocks will be on the floor. Now turn forty-five degrees to the left from the trunk. Take your right hand and place it on the outer side of the left thigh, near the left knee and then you can wedge the right hand under the left knee with the palm to the floor. Exhale and take the left hand behind the back, trying to clasp the right upper arm with the left hand. Turn your neck to look over the right shoulder. Stay here breathing easily for thirty seconds. Then come out of the pose and relax. Then you can repeat it on the next side.
Precaution: Acute knee concerns and Acute spinal concerns, should avoid this practice.
Benefits: Stretches and strengthens the low spine. Stretches the neck, shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles. Massages the internal organs. Improves digestion. The knees and shoulders become flexible