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Mandala Yoga Wheel

Mandala Yoga Wheel

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What could be better than a stress-relieving backbend? 

A supported stress-relieving backbend.

Made from 100% Recyclable TPE, Oak Wood, and ABS, our Yoga Wheel is the best choice for an accessible, conscious and powerful practice. Our yoga wheel has a stable anti-slip surface to deepen your everyday yoga practice.

Key Features

1. Anti-perspiration and anti-slip surface for those who love to sweat.
2. Made from high-quality natural cork to protect you and the planet.
3. Durable and easy to clean and care for.
4. PVC-free and latex-free.
5. Ensures proper alignment and stability.
6. 529 lbs load-bearing capacity.

Why did we choose

Full Wheel:
1. Helps to do difficult stretches more safely.
2. Prevents injury.
3. Improves your flexibility.
4. Gives you dynamic support and better breathing.
5. Gives you more variety in yoga poses.
6. Stimulates your fascia/connective tissue.
7. Improves balance and body awareness and coordination.

Cork, TPE, and ABS:
1. 100% Recyclability.
2. Odorless.
3. Extremely durable.
4. Naturally anti-microbial and anti-fungal.
5. Odor and sweat-resistant.

How to use

To Support Your Back and Shoulders:
1. During Savasana (corpse pose), stretch your spine by keeping the wheel beneath your back. Bend backward, keeping your back arched while curving your legs and feet to the edge of the mat. Rest the yoga wheel beneath the curve of your spine. As you get into this position, extend your arms to the side in a parallel line. To make the stretch more intense, feel free to hang your head back.
2. For Kapotasana (pigeon pose), center the wheel beneath the curve of your back. Bend your knees and pull your legs and feet to your sides. Next, position the yoga wheel along the edge of your toes. Bend backward, letting your spine curve along the surface of the wheel. Once your back is in position, extend and bend your arms backward to grip the edge of the wheel.
3. In Chakrasana (hollow back pose), rest the yoga wheel along the bottom edge of a nearby wall. Keep your legs together and extend them upwards, keeping your lower body vertically snug against the wall. Keeping your back arched, use your core to push your lower body upwards, using the yoga wheel as a support for your shoulders. Finally, extend both arms and bend them towards the wall, holding onto the outer edges of the wheel.
4. In Paschimottanasana (forward fold pose), sit with both legs extended, with the yoga wheel resting beneath your lower calves. While keeping your legs in this position, bend your upper body forward and reach for the wheel with your hands. Continue pulling forward until you feel your shoulders and back stretching.
5. For Balasana (child's pose), sit on your knees, keeping your legs around 1 foot (0.30 m) apart. Grip the sides of the wheel with both hands, and push the wheel forward. As you push, bring your chest to the floor.
6. For Sarvangasana, lay on the ground, keeping both legs together as you extend them into the air. As you lift your legs, position a yoga wheel beneath the curve of your lower back. Stretch your arms at your sides, letting them stay parallel to the side edges of the yoga wheel. While supporting yourself with the equipment, push from your shoulders to extend your legs further.

To Prop up Your Legs:
1. For Phalakasana or Kumbhakasana (plank pose), engage your core by keeping your arms straight as you push your torso upwards. Instead of resting your feet on the ground behind you, keep your legs together and rest your feet on the surface of the yoga wheel. Roll the ball forward and tuck your knees into your chest, then return to the push-up position. Complete as many reps as you’d like for your daily workout.
2. To practice Hanumanasana (monkey pose), extend 1 leg behind you while pulling another leg forward. Rest your forward leg along the top of the yoga wheel, then bring both of your hands together at your chest. Lift your hands in this prayer position, extending your arms and arching your back to form a curved position.
3. In Anjaneyasana (crescent lunge pose), extend 1 leg and lean your weight forward, leaving your back leg propped on a yoga wheel. Keep your hands clasped above your head, forming a crescent shape. After a few seconds, start lunging with the opposite leg.

Care Information

Wipe the wood surface down with a clean, damp cloth. For concentrated stains, blot vinegar/water liquid with a clean, soft, and slightly damp cloth.
Use dish soap and water to clean the inner surface made of TPE and ABS.

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Customer Reviews

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Johnnie Ward

Nice thing. Recommend, back is grateful to me) Well-made, cork wood coating protects against sliding on the floor.