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Creative strap suggestions to unwind tension, and free your heart.

Creative strap suggestions to unwind tension, and free your heart. Start your free trial for more yoga classes and expert advice.

If you would like to go even deeper, you can elevate the feet on the block for an intense release! - bakasana variation:

If you would like to go even deeper, you can elevate the feet on the block for an intense release! - bakasana variation (Womens Top For Work)

I’m really wanna be able to do Mayurasana (Peacock Pose), found this link.. explaining how to use props to prep for pose

m really wanna be able to do Mayurasana (Peacock Pose), found this link. explaining how to use props to prep for pose

Yoga with props

Parsvottanasana is a difficult pose in it's own right, and can become a serious balancing pose when the hands are off the floor and behind the back in paschima namaskarasana (reverse prayer). For this variation, belt the front thigh against the back foot

Think outside of the box. Use what you've got. The breath is the foundation. Consistency is key. Imagination and play will set you free. Words & by amazing DYY ambassador @stephynow

Think outside of the box. The breath is the foundation. Consistency is key. Imagination and play will set you free. Words & by amazing DYY ambassador

Think you can't love backbends? You can! It doesn't matter how flexible you are -- it's all about working with your body. Try these five propped poses and your body will fall in love with the feeling of backbends!

Think you can’t love backbends? You might just need a little help! Learn these 5 simple propped postures that will help you and your students fall in love with the open, spacious feeling of backbending (maybe for the first time).