Boat pose is a core-strengthening yoga posture. In this posture, the body and legs are held straight and the torso forms a "V" shape with the legs. The whole weight of the body is balanced on the buttocks with the feet lifted.
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Utthita Parsvakonasana also known as the Extended Side Angle Pose, is a standing pose that stretches the legs, knees, hips, and ankles while increasing and enhancing our endurance and stamina.
This asana tones and strengthens the arms, wrists, lower back, and the abdominal muscles. Thus, it prepares your body for the more challenging poses.
Seated Forward Bend pose is calming and relaxing, and can help with stress, anxiety, insomnia, headaches, and mild depression. Physically, the pose stretches the spine, shoulders, and hamstrings, stimulates the internal organs.
Upward Plank Pose means intense eastward facing stretch. As the sun “rises in the east and sets in the west,” the east is known as the direction of new beginnings and budding potential.
Upward Facing Dog is that your legs and pelvis are well off the floor in Upward Facing Dog. In Cobra Pose, your legs, pelvis, and even your lower ribs stay on the floor with your elbows bent to help lengthen your spine.