In need of some rest and recovery? This sequence can help you release tension and find space in your body (and mind).
Stick with this prop for more strength, support, and stability.
Blocks, straps, and blankets have a place in everyone's practice. Here's how to use them to find better alignment in 5 common poses.
From Hurdler’s Pose to Albatross to Flying Splits to Pose Dedicated to the Sage Koundinya II—no matter what you call it, these prop variations of Eka Pada Koundinyasana II show there's no one way to do this posture.
Take your meditation practice to the next level with these products to help elevate the senses.
Using a balance ball can be a great way to get in some exercise and help build good posture. Balance balls work out your core and they can be used just about anywhere. However, if you’re using your balance ball at your home or work desk, or anywhere else where it’s vital that you actually stay in one spot and focused, then you could find things difficult. A balance ball base can help. You’ll still get all the benefits of using a balance ball, but you won’t have to worry about your ball rolling away on you while you’re typing or doing anything similar. Not sure where to find the best balance ball base for you? Start by taking a look at these four options.
Building your muscles and working on flexibility can help reduce aches, pains, and can aid in deepening your yoga practice. But how do you get the support you need? Many turn to training with a balance pad. Balance pads are designed to give your body extra support while you hold yoga poses or while you work on knee and hip stability. Either in your regular exercise routine or integrated into a yoga practice, balance pads can give an effective boost to your workout. To find out the top balance pads on the market, keep reading.
You probably already practice Child’s Pose, but adding a few props will allow you to pause, stay for a minute, and let go of excess tension.