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Yoga Pose of the Day – Navasana (Boat Pose)

The name comes from the Sanskrit words Nava means “boat” and asana means “posture” or “seat”. [3] [4] in its literal translation, “Boat Pose”, the body could be imagined to resemble a ship, fully balanced in the buttocks. Variations include Paripurna Navasana (Sanskrit: IAST: paripūrṇanāvāsana “Full Boat Pose”), Ardha Navasana (Sanskrit: “Half Boat Pose”)., And ekapadanavasana ( “one-legged boat pose”) Navasana is a …

the name comes from the Sanskrit word asana Nava means “boat” and (आसन) meaning “posture” or “seat”. [3] [4] In its literal translation, “Boat Pose”, the body could imagine resemble a ship, fully balanced in the buttocks. Variations include Paripurna Navasana (Sanskrit: परिपूर्णनावासन; IAST: paripūrṇanāvāsana “Full Boat Pose”), Ardha Navasana (Sanskrit: अर्धनावासन “Half Boat Pose”), and ekapadanavasana ( “a boat legged pose”)

Navasana. It is a great pose to strengthen abs, core, lower back and pelvic muscles all at the same time. . It also develops flexibility in the hamstrings and shoulders

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