Pensioner and yoga enthusiast Jean Dawson, who turns 90 this month, has attributed her good health to taking up yoga in her later years.
Dawson, who lives near Bradford in the UK, took up yoga at the age of 67 after she was diagnosed with arthritis.
"I can still do headstands when I'm in the mood and I can touch my toes. I like it because it strengthens you and keeps you mobile. I think it's fun
and youth- preserving", she told the Yorkshire Post.
Yoga is widely known to benefit older people, helping to slow down the ageing process by maintaining strength and flexibility.
Asanas particularly suited to this age group include the cat pose, dog pose, the locust and the corpse. Postures should only be attempted under supervision by a qualified teacher.