Natarajasana, Dancer Pose or Lord of the Dance Pose: Natarajasana “(not-ah-raj-AHS-anna)” In Sanskrit meaning is actor, dancer, mime is dance, Raja stands for king and the meaning of Asana is Pose or posture. Doing this yoga requires patience, focus, and perseverance. This mudra is named after Lord Shiva Nataraja, the king of dance who finds bliss in the midst of destruction. Like its name, the Lord of the Dance pose also symbolizes finding steady peace within.
If you have to do Natarajasana, in preparation for it, you should stretch the shoulders, chest, hips and inner thighs in the same way that they will be challenged in this pose. For that you have to practice some asanas which are as follows.
The Level of Asana is Intermediate, so this article explains the benefits of Natarajasana (Dancer Pose or Lord of the Dance Pose) the right way to practice it. The precautions to be taken while practicing this asana are also discussed.