I wholly believe that your space is reciprocal of your body, so while I am always working on my space, I must also focus on having a healthy body and mind. That's where my yoga practice comes in.
I began my practice more than 20 years ago, at a time in where I really needed self-care. I grew my practice and eventually completed a yoga teacher training to gain the knowledge and deepen my own practice, not with any intention to actually teach! But here I am five years later, teaching and helping other discover the benefits of yoga. One of my favorite aspects of teaching is helping students find ways to feel comfortable in their practice and new ways to enhance each pose. In my classes, we might incorporate the use of a sound tools, specific music, and props to get the most out of the time spent on the mat.
Discover some of my favorite yoga extras for yourself and take your practice from basic to blissful!
Eye Pillows are great for tired eyes at the end of the day but also blissful for a long savasana.
I love these from Etsy.
They're organic and handmade of linen and flaxseed.
Bolsters offer a little help or cushion just where you need it and support your body in a pose. It's nice to have different shapes on hand.
I like these options, particularly the rectangle shape.
Every yogi, no matter how experienced you are, can benefit from yoga blocks. They are excellent at making your practice safe, comfortable, and supportive. They may even encourage you to take your pose or practice to the next level!
I love the cork material and design of these.
I didn't have a mat bag or carrier for years and now that I have one, I LOVE it! I can't believe I went as long as I did without one. I can have my hands free and also a pouch to hold my keys or card. The icing on the cake is that it gives my mat a little "home" and keeps it clean. I've found my mats last longer by using a carrier too!
Check this one out from Etsy!
If you're ready to enhance your practice and take it to a new level of bliss, these tools are perfect to get you there. Have questions about these items or any other yoga tools? Reach out!