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Octagonal Mandala Cork Yoga Block

Octagonal Mandala Cork Yoga Block

Regular price $25.00USD
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Looking for multiple angles and heights in one yoga block?

Made with a symbolic mandala design, our Octagonal Mandala Cork Yoga Block is the best choice for a conscious and powerful practice. Our yoga mandala brick has various heights and angles, with a stable anti-slip surface to deepen your everyday yoga meditation practice.

Key Features

1. Comfortable seat for meditation.
2. Various heights for more comfortable support.
3. Anti-perspiration and anti-slip surface for those who love to sweat.
4. Made from high-quality natural cork to protect you and the planet.
5. Durable and easy to clean and care for.
6. PVC-free and latex-free.
7. Ensures proper alignment and stability.
8. Artisanal mandala design.

Why did we choose

1. Extremely durable.
2. Naturally anti-microbial and anti-fungal.
3. Much heavier than foam, which makes them super sturdy.

Octagonal Block:
1. Helps find your balance in standing poses.
2. Supports hips and knees.
3. Deepens the stretch by adding extra length.
4. Fine tunes the poses.
5. Various heights available for more comfortable support.

How to use

During Yoga:
1. For Balasana (child's pose), place the block under your forehead (or at your third eye center – the space between the eyebrows – and massage your brow bone). Place another block under your tailbone. To deepen the stretch, place your forearms or elbows on two yoga blocks for an arm and chest stretch.
2. In Adho Mukha Savasana (downward facing dog pose), use the blocks underneath your palms to shift your weight back toward your heels to alleviate pressure in your wrists. To deepen the posture, place the blocks under your feet or place the blocks against a wall and then place your feet on them.
3. For Uttanasana (standing forward bend pose), place your fingertips (without a lot of weight in your hands) at any appropriate height of the block. Bend your knees as much as you’d like here.
4. In Anjaneyasana (crescent lunge pose), use a block underneath each hand to support your torso with both legs lifted and strong.
5. For Utthita Trikonasana (triangle pose), place a block underneath your lower hand for added support. To deepen the stretch, place a block between your hands and squeeze the block while taking your biceps to your ears for an Unsupported Triangle.
6. For Ustrasana (camel pose), place two blocks at an appropriate height beside each ankle. When you come back into Camel, release your hands onto the blocks. Attempt to not dump into your shoulders or place a lot of weight into the yoga blocks – think light and buoyant here.

During Meditation:
1. To find a supported Padmasana (lotus pose), simply place the block laying flat directly underneath your sit bones.

Care Information

Dab a soft cloth on cold water and gently wipe down the block with the damp cloth and then let it air dry before you put it away.

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