Using a Yoga Block Effectively

Yoga props are there to help you find and experience the intended sensation of a yoga posture. They’re not there to make you feel like you can’t do the posture. Everyone has to adapt yoga to suit their body, and using props are an effective way of doing so. If you’re a long time wiggler or you’re new to the practice, yoga blocks are a great tool to explore a posture’s deepest layers.

In this 30 minute class I’ll run you through some common postures where a yoga block is really beneficial, so you can eventually weave your new best friend (the block) into a flow without it feeling clunky and disjointed.

Yoga Stretch
30 minutes
Beginner, Intermediate
Props Required
Focusing on Back, Glutes

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