Navasana

Navasana Or Boat Pose

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With Navasana we will learn to accumulate the energy in us, to activate it and keep it constant, since we focus on the abdominal area.

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Resting on the buttocks and leaning back gently the legs are kept straight and lifted until your toes are in level with the eyes. The arms are kept reaching forwards on the sides close to the body with palms facing inwards. Pay attention to your lower back to ensure that you don’t cure it, but keep straightening out the back and opening the heart.

If the posture is too intense, bend the knees and gradually work towards straightening them out. In the ashtanga practice Navasana is repeated five times. Between each repetition the arms are places on the sides of the body, the legs bend and the entire body lifted upwards. This movements, called Lollasana, is a good preparation for the jumpbacks as one strengthens the arms and shoulders and work on using the bandhas.

Supporting himself on the buttocks and leaning back, he raises his straight legs until they are at eye level. Arms reach from shoulders parallel to body forward with palms facing inward. Pay attention to the lumbago ensuring that you do not bend but continue to straighten your back and open your heart. If you find the pose too intense, bend your knees and try to gradually straighten them.

In ashtanga practice, Navasana is repeated five times. Between each repetition the arms are brought to the side of the body, the legs are bent and the whole body is raised upwards. This movement, which is called Lollasana, serves to prepare you for the back jumps as it strengthens the arms and shoulders and teaches control of the bandhas. Share this:.