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How to Use a Yoga Strap

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Ever wondered how to incorporate a yoga strap in your routine? Check out these poses.

A yoga strap is used to aid and improve the range of motion in your yoga poses. No matter your experience level in yoga, your body’s flexibility will differ from day to day, and you will find that a yoga strap makes a big difference at times when certain areas feel tight. Yoga straps come in a few different designs, but the most common style is a long canvas strap with metal loops on one end, similar to a long belt.

See the yoga sequence below for tips on using a yoga strap in your yoga practice.

By Tina at Banana Bloom

 

Dancer Pose

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Allow a strap to give you the extra length you need to close the gap between your hands and foot in dancer pose.

 

Pigeon Pose

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Work into pigeon pose by using a strap to reach back and grasp your foot.

 

Crane Pose

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Wrap a strap around your upper arms to keep your arms from slipping out to the sides in Bakasana.

 

Plank

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Keep your elbows and arms in line with your shoulders by wrapping a strap around the mid and lower part of your arms in plank pose.

 

Seated Forward Bend

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Use a strap to reach forward and around your feet in seated forward fold.

 

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All images courtesy of Tina at Banana Bloom.

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