You don’t need special equipment to do yoga. You could do yoga just fine as you are, right now.

However, here are a few things that may improve your experience but maybe not. It’s all about your personal preference.

1. Comfortable Clothing: non constrictive clothing can help move freely.

2. Towel: a small towel is great for wiping sweaty hands or a bead of sweat from your brow.

3. A Water Bottle: you might want a sip of water every now and again.

4. Yoga Mat: a yoga mat can create a non slip surface. Depending on the type of floor you have to practice on, you might want a yoga mat, but my parents did yoga on their carpet for months without issue.

5. Yoga Blocks: a set of yoga blocks can be used in a variety of ways to modify a pose to make you more comfortable, provide added support, or stability.

6. Yoga Bolster: a yoga bolsters is a dense pillow (they come in different sizes) used to support a particular part of the body in a yoga pose. It can help you take strain off your body and make a pose more doable.

I would love to see you in one of my yoga classes! Click the link in my bio to register for a class today. The first 30 days of yoga is free!



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