The Navasana is also known as the Boat Pose and is carried out from a seating position.
The way in which the pose is carried out can vary, but for the most part, those carrying out the pose will start from a seated position.
From here, the person then needs to bend their knees while ensuring that the soles of the feet are placed on the ground.
The plans then need to be placed on the back of the thighs before leaning back and shifting the weight to their feet.
The soles are then lifted off the ground, with the balance being moved to the sitting bones,
There are more advanced iterations of the pose available, such as the Ibhaya Pandagusthasana, which sees those carrying out the pose using their hands to grasp the toes or feet.