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Yoga’s often physically challenging poses can be intimidating to a beginner. Thankfully, there are a variety of resources available to help you make your yoga practice more enjoyable. A yoga block is a handy little aid that can help you with various yoga poses, especially those that require standing stretches. A yoga block is a brick-shaped “thing” made of cork, wood, or hard-foam used to practice yoga. Buying two blocks at once has several advantages. You’ll have a matching set for starters and won’t have to worry about remembering the size, brand, or color later. Second, you can find that holding a block in each hand or stacking blocks provides more help, allowing you to try a wider variety of poses during your practice.

Yoga Block or Yoga Brick

A yoga block, also known as a yoga brick, is one of the most popular yoga props. Yoga blocks are commonly used as an extension of one’s hands. Still, they can also be used to support the back, head, and hips and increase alignment knowledge. You can borrow blocks from most yoga studios, but you can choose to buy your own. It would be more sanitary to have your own collection of blocks rather than borrowing them, and you will be able to use them in your home practice. When buying a yoga block, think about the size, content, price, and quantity.

Foam yoga blocks are less costly than cork and wood, and they’re also lighter (weighing between 3 and 12 ounces) and softer. They are the most popular blocks found in yoga studios due to their low cost, durability, and ease of cleaning. Foam blocks are best used in restorative yoga classes or to support the body weight in yoga poses.

Specifications:

• Waterproofing and a high level of resistance

• Ideal for beginners who aren’t very versatile.

• Assists in preventing tension-related stiffness.

• Assists/encourages movements

• Yoga, Pilates, and Gym

• Technical requirements:

o    EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate)

o    Measurements: 23 x 15 x 7.15 cm

• Included in the package are:

o   2 Yoga Block made of EVA

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Pros:

• Affordability

• It’s light and portable, making it ideal for travel.

• Won’t become slick due to sweat

• When used for support, it’s more comfortable.

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Cons:

• The least long-lasting alternative

• Alternative with the least amount of funding

• Over time, it can dent or warp.

• Because it is made of plastic, it is not environmentally friendly.

Conclusion:

If you’re new to yoga, you may want to wait until you’ve had some practice before deciding how much of a block you’ll need. It’s probably a smart idea to buy at least one block if you practice at home regularly. Yoga blocks are important if you practice gentle, restorative, or yin types of yoga. Triangle, Bridge, Camel, Supine Bound Angle, Balancing Half Moon, and Hero’s Pose are all popular uses for blocks. If any of these poses are difficult or intimidating for you, you can benefit from using blocks.



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