Yoga Block Set - Odourless Eco Yoga Block(Yoga Brick) 3 inch/4 inch High Density/Medium Density
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- ❥Benefits of yoga block❥: Improve Strength and Aid Balance and Flexibility, Deepens, elongate your stretches and aligns your posture well
- ❥Advantage of foam yoga block compared to cork block❥: The most popular kind of yoga block, the foam yoga block is the one most commonly used in yoga studios. It’s affordable and usually comes in a variety of colours. Foam yoga blocks are best for yogis looking for versatility and convenience.For the mobile yogi who moves around, the foam yoga block is the best choice for you. It’s lightweight and easy to carry in your bag as you zip around
- Fast recovery for block, durable strap, Sustain your poses longer, Suitable for all yoga levels.
- Material: Yoga block: EVA(Eco-friendly,light weight), Yoga Strap: polyester cotton
- Size: Yoga block: 23 x 15 x 7.2 cm Yoga Strap: 183 x 4 cm. Weight: single block:210g [High Density]
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How to Use Tiiyar Yoga Blocks.
Blocks can be really useful in the practice for both the beginner and seasoned yogi. For beginners, yoga blocks can be used when the flexibility isn't quite there yet, as seen in the above pose, trikonasana.
For more advanced yogis, try it with revolved triangle pose. The key point to remember when you're using a block this way is to not sink or rest your hand on the block.
Rather, keep the fingers spread, and use the hand like a suction. This engages the muscles in the hands and arms and in this pose will help the body find a lift which engages and lengthens the obliques and psoas.
Using a yoga block in forward fold
Using a yoga block in forward folds is another way beginners can find better alignment when the flexibility isn't there yet. Sit on the edge of the block and remove the flesh underneath your butt for a better foundation. Notice that the pelvis tilts forward a bit. Keep this tilt as you exhale and come forward. Hands can be on the shins or the feet.
Pigeon pose with a yoga block
Using a block in pigeon pose can be helpful when hip or knee flexibility isn't there or if the hip rotation or knee rotation isn't available (usually due to bone compression in the joints). Put the edge of the block directly under the sit bone. Just like with forward fold, the block encourages a forward tilt of the pelvis which brings the body into proper alignment. Heart comes forward, root the fingertips into the ground under the shoulders, and spin the inner thigh of the back leg up. This is a fantastic pose if you're feeling tight after sitting for a long time.
Yoga block with bridge pose.
Using a block with bridge pose will encourage the inner thighs to draw toward one another. As they do, this brings the knees in alignment, and encourages a lift in the pelvis. You can also do this with full wheel pose, and the block will help to protect the knee joints.