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Boat Pose

Sanskrit Name : Navasana

Other Common Names : Paripurna Navasana

About : This is one of the best yogasana for improving digestion. It brings internal organs to good work. It also Strengthens thighs and lower back. The name comes from the Sanskrit words nava meaning (boat) and asana (आसन) meaning (posture) or (seat). In its literal translation, (Boat Pose), the body could be imagined to resemble a boat, entirely balanced on the buttocks.

Steps for Boat Pose

Lie down on your back.

Slowly uplift your upper and lower body simultaneously and try to make a V - shaped pose.

Spread your arms straight.

Hold and repeat after rest.

Benefits of Boat Pose

Stimulate the thyroid

Stimulates the kidneys, thyroid and prostate glands and intestines

Helps relieve stress

Improves digestion

It cleanses your kidneys and facilitates fresh blood supply, thus ridding your body of toxins.

Strengthens the adductor muscles of the inner thighs

Avoid Boat Pose when

Suffering from Asthma, Diarrhea, headache, Heart Problems, Insomnia.

Have low blood pressure.

Have Neck injury.

Boat Pose during Pregnancy

Should avoid in pregnancy


Keep your spine straight and the front of your torso long


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