Starting Position:
Sit with legs straight

on the abdominal muscles

normal breathing

3 times

Sit with legs straight. Stretch the arms to the front and clasp the fingers. Raise the legs and lean the upper body slightly backwards. Balance on the buttocks so the body looks like a boat. >Breathe normally, rocking the body 10 times to the left and to the right. Then return to the starting position.

Strengthens the muscles of the abdomen, back and front of the legs. Massages the buttock muscles and helps to counteract sciatica and back pain. Stimulates digestion.

Do not practice this exercise after abdominal surgery. If there are problems in the lumbar spine, the exercise should be practiced with bent knees. Also do not practice the exercise if it causes pain.

Asana is included in the following categories:
Asanas and Exercises to Counteract Digestive Problems