This post was written by Barefoot Yoga on October 30, 2012
Here’s what she had to say: “The rug itself is beautiful and earthy, multi-colored with stripes of rust, wine, grey, sage and black. It is 28″ wide x 74″ long x 1/8″ thick, the perfect size to practice on and is really easy to wash. You can wash it after each yoga session and always have a clean, hygienic rug to practice on. The price of this rug is quite reasonable. You can place it over a sticky mat if you are looking for more cushion. I like to use this rug while practicing outdoors. Then when I have finished I simply throw it in the wash on cold and hang it to dry.”
This post was written by Barefoot Yoga on October 29, 2012
Grace’s Pick of the Week is the Barefoot Yoga Grip Strap. Get a grip on your stretching with this yoga strap that features grip in the weave. Contrast gradient stripe and antique brass D-rings make sure you are improving your practice.
Grace says, “This is a prop I use quite often in my practice, e.g. dancer pose and pigeon pose. However, my favorite use of the strap is to loop it around the balls of the feet and around the top of head, legs straight up in the air. Adjust the strap so the head is supported off the floor, arms to the side. This gives a delicious stretch to the neck area, great after a day of lifting heavy boxes.”
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This post was written by Barefoot Yoga on October 24, 2012