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Yoga posture of the week: Paripurna Navasana

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"Paripurna" translates to "whole" or "complete," and "Nava" means "ship," "boat," or "vessel." This posture resembles a boat with oars. Through this pose, one can develop strong abdominal muscles that can help support the lower back.

Navasana is a compact posture that requires you to draw everything toward your center. Integrating all parts of your body will make you feel strong and flexible, as well as mentally and emotionally stable.

Benefits of the paripurna navasana posture

  • Strengthens the abdominal muscles.
  • Helps strengthen the muscles of the hips and back.
  • Tones and strengthens the arms.
  • Relieves back pain.
  • It helps improve the ability to focus and attention, improving coordination.
  • It helps to have a better digestion.
  • Improves the correct functioning of internal organs. The blood return of the legs to the heart.

Precautions of the paripurna navasana week posture

Do not perform if you suffer from asthma, diarrhea, headaches, heart problems, insomnia, low blood pressure, menstruation, pregnancy, diabetes, abdominal injuries, recent surgeries. Knee, hip, arms and shoulder injuries.

Recommendation:

After performing the posture we can make an aromatic bath. Using the essential oil and holy stick soap. This way we will achieve that our body relax even more and the mind gets rid of all the work stress of the week.

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