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Scottish yoga instructor sets pulses racing on This Morning

Scottish hunk sends pulses racing as he flashes his boxers while doing kilted yoga on This Morning – as viewers joke they’ll have to make an ‘essential journey’ to meet him

  • Finlay Wilson, Dundee, appeared on This Morning to show off kilted yoga skills
  • Instructor has been teaching online classes throughout coronavirus lockdown 
  • Fans were left flustered by Finlay with many teasing they’d be driving to Dundee 
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

A Scottish yoga instructor sent pulses racing after showing off his acrobatic skills in his kilt during a This Morning appearance.  

Finlay Wilson, from Dundee, joined hosts Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes on the show today to demonstrate one of his routines in the forest, much to the delight of viewers. 

The instructor made kilted yoga an online sensation in recent years, after he filmed himself performing a routine in the Scottish wilderness and uploaded it to YouTube, having used yoga as rehabilitation when he had surgery on his legs 14 years ago. 

Fans were left flustered by the ‘hunk’ with many teasing they’d be travelling to the Dundee forest for an ‘essential journey’, while another said Finlay may finally convince them to take up yoga. 

Finla, who proposed to his partner Alan Lambie during a Pride march last year, was seen performing a perfect wide-legged handstand in a kilt – only to reveal a rainbow-themed pair of underpants. 

Scottish yoga instructor Finlay Wilson, from Dundee  left pulses racing after showing off his skills during a This Morning appearance.

He , joined hosts Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes on the show this morning to demonstrate one of his routines in the forest, much to the delight of viewers 

Explaining how the online craze started, Finlay said: ‘I’ve been doing yoga for about 14 years, after having surgery on both of my legs I used it to rehabilitate myself. 

‘I was approached to create a video and I wanted to do something a bit humorous that would show my heritage and my passion for yoga and kilted yoga was born.’ 

Fans quickly took to Twitter with one writing:  ‘Well Finlay has certainly convinced me now to consider taking up yoga’.

Another said: ‘I think an essential journey to Dundee might be needed’.

Fans were left flustered by the ‘hunk’ with many teasing they’d be travelling to the Dundee forest for an ‘essential journey’ while another said Finlay may finally convince them to take up yoga

‘All the local woman of Dundee are sprinting towards the forest just now’, agreed a third. 

A fourth joked: ‘All the women in Dundee heading out to the woods for their daily walk right now.’ 

The instructor has been cycling to remote locations to teach yoga online throughout the lockdown and has had fans from all over the world tuning in. 

He explained: ‘During lockdown we have been continuing to post, I have been cycling to remote locations and doing yoga and then putting my kilt back in my bag and cycling home again. 

‘One of the things we’ve noticed, we have people tuning in from all over the world -where before maybe there were barriers financially, or they were in a remote location.’ 

After demonstrating his ‘Sun Salutation’ pose host Ruth asked the instructor to demonstrate a handstand, showing off his rainbow themed underwear, to the delight of fans. 

One wrote: ‘Showing everyone his rainbow on national TV.’ 

Sharing a GIF of applause, another added: ‘Ruth Langsford, on behalf of the nation, thank you for asking him to do a handstand.’ 

After demonstrating his ‘Sun Salutation’ pose host Ruth Langsford asked the instructor to demonstrate a handstand, showing off his rainbow themed underwear 

Fans were delighted and teased that Ruth would be ‘thanked on behalf of the nation’ for asking him to do a handstand 

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