Yoga Props and Other Cool Tools
I utilize a variety of yoga props and other inexpensive exercise equipment in my classes and therapy sessions. To get the most benefit from your practice, I recommend investing in the following props (any affiliate links will be fully disclosed).
If you are taking an in-person class with me, I will bring any props needed with the exception of yoga mats, blocks and straps.
Yoga Mat & Strap
You can find yoga mats & straps just about anywhere these days! Make sure your mat is a non-slip yoga mat and not a thicker exercise mat.
Substitutes: Non-slip floor & a belt or tie.
Yoga Tune Up Roll Model Balls
These Roll Model Balls will become your best friends! We use them regularly to work out those tight, painful areas of our body that prohibit functional movement.
The Roll Model balls come in three sizes: Original Yoga Tune Up Balls are a little smaller than a tennis ball; Therapy Ball Plus is slightly larger than a tennis ball, and the Alpha, which is about the size of a grapefruit. You can purchase them through my affiliate link. I use all three sizes in class because they have different feels but all three are not necessary.
Substitute: Two tennis balls & a sock.
Yoga Tune Up Coregeous Ball
The Yoga Tune Up Coregeous ball is an inflatable 7"-9" rubber ball. We'll use this in a variety of creative ways. You can purchase it through my affiliate link. It comes in purple and black - both are the same size.
Substitute: A similar size inflatable rubber ball. Sometimes a rolled up yoga mat or a pillow will suffice.
Resistance Loops & Bands
We use resistant loops and bands to provided added resistance to many postures to aid in building strength & stability. Resistance loops and bands come in a variety of resistance. A light and a medium band will suffice but get a heavier one if you are ready for more challenge.
Substitute: There are many kinds of resistance loops and bands on Amazon and they are not that expensive. I use Therabands.