The meaning of the sanskrit word ugra agency powerful, omnipotent, mighty, strong ,firm or dignify (noble). It may be sometime known as the noble or powerful posture. The other name of Ugra Asana / The Noble Pose Posture is also titled as the Pascimottana-asana or the Brahmacharyaasana. The word pascima could signify behind, afterward, final or last but actually it virtually stands for “western” as per the concern of direction, hence implies back-stretching pose.
It is pronounced as oo-grah-sa-na.
Benefits of Ugra Asana / The Noble Pose Posture
Ugra Asana / The Noble Pose Posture has many benefits and advantages particularly related to spine. Once the Ugra Asana / The Noble Pose Posture is performed in the right way , each and every vertebrae of the backbone and also the muscle in the backbone is elongated in a highly beneficial manner. It increases the flow of fresh blood in abdomen area and also tone up the abdomen muscle when there is contraction or muscular contraction of the abdomen accompanied by the dismission of the contraction. It also solve gastric problem , slow digestion and constipation. Ugra Asana / The Noble Pose Posture helps in relieving tiredness and discomfort in the lower appendages by stretching the muscle of thigh and calves.
Iterate Ugra Asana / The Noble Pose Posture 2 or 3 times carrying all repeat for the length of the breathed out breath and take leastwise 3 deeply breaths in middle of each repetition.
Steps for Ugra Asana / The Noble Pose Posture
1. Sit down comfortably on the floor with both the legs unitedly .
2. Extend your legs straight out in forward direction keeping your backbone fully upright.
3. Adjust your shoulders level and maintain your head straight.
4. Put your hands flat on your thighs such that your palms are facing down and then breathe in profoundly.
5. Breathe out and stretch out your arms straight in forward direction completely parallel with the floor , your fingers should be placed unbent ahead and palms facing downward.
6. Breathe in tardily as you arouse your arms all over the head, maintaining them erect, and then bowing your arms as back as well-to-do.
7. Move your head back and try to look up at the your hands.
8. Breathe out tardily while bowing in forward direction toward the waist and hold both the feet with the both your hands.
9. Get your head as near to the knees as doable and then place your head on the knees if it is possible by you, try to keep your legs unbent.
10. Carry the pose for the length of the breathe out breath.
11. Breathe in tardily and come back to the sitting position represented in step #1.