To practice yoga you donít really need anything at all but your commitment. Sometimes, just showing up is the major part of the effort! You should find a yoga class if you are new to yoga so you
can learn the postures and the essence of yoga. Once you have started most people want to continue their practice at home, and then a yoga book is useful to help you decide what to do. At home you need to find a clean, clear
quiet space that is big enough to lie down with your arms over your head or to either side of you.
You can choose to buy a number of items to enhance your yoga practice or to make it safer. Click on the links to find out more and to select your buying option.
- Belt - to help you reach your feet, stretch your shoulders, etc.
- Blocks - to sit on, reach the floor, rest your head on, etc.
- Mat - non-slip mats to practice safely with the dog posture, wide-legged postures, etc.
- Mat Bag - to keep your mat clean when going to class
- Rug - to give padding under the knees or pelvis and to keep warm in relaxation
- Throws - to help transform a space into your special place for yoga by hanging on the wall or covering furniture or clutter.
- Workout clothes - to allow your body complete freedom of movement
- Candles - to enhance the spiritual ambience of your yoga space
- Incense Sticks - to make your yoga space aromatically special
- Yoga Books - to refer to when planning your yoga sessions and to deepen your knowledge
- Yoga Videos - to get remote instruction from other yoga teachers and schools or just for sheer delight.
- Yoga Tapes - for meditations, talk-through yoga, chants, etc.
- Music CDs - for creating a wonderfully relaxing environment for your yoga, meditations, chants, etc.
- Spiritual pictures and figures - to help make your practice space special and remind you of your life journey.
- Yoga Holidays - to give you that special break for yoga indulgence and renewal