Yoga Block
Yoga Block
Yoga Block
Yoga Block
Yoga Block
Yoga Block
Yoga Block
Yoga Block
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Yoga Block

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Yoga blocks are a versatile and helpful tool for both beginner and experienced yogis. These small, sturdy blocks are typically made of foam or cork.

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They can be used to modify poses, making them more accessible and less intimidating for those new to yoga or those with physical limitations. Here are some ways you can use yoga blocks in your practice:

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➡️Yoga Block As support:

Yoga blocks can help you reach the floor in standing poses, such as the Triangle pose or Extended Side Angle pose. They can also be used to support the back in seated forward bends, such as Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend), or to support the hands in inversions, such as Adho Mukha Vrksasana (Handstand).

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➡️Yoga Block As a prop:

Yoga blocks can prop up your body in poses that might otherwise be too challenging. For example, if you cannot comfortably sit on the floor in a cross-legged position, you can place a yoga block under your seat to help you sit up tall. Similarly, if you cannot reach your hands to the floor in a forward bend, you can use a block as a target for your hands, allowing you to fold forward safely.

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➡️Yoga Block As a guide:

Yoga blocks can be used as a guide to help you align your body correctly in a pose. For example, you can place a block between your inner thighs to remind you to engage your adductors (inner thigh muscles) in Warrior II pose, or you can place a block under your hands to remind you to keep your shoulders over your wrists in Downward-Facing Dog.

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➡️Yoga Block As a challenge:

Yoga blocks can increase the challenge of a pose once you have mastered the basic version. For example, you can place a block between your upper thigh and torso in a lunge to fire up the glutes and quadriceps or to help you deepen the stretch.

🙏 Find Your Balance. Get stronger & more flexible with yoga blocks. 🧘

Yoga Block

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