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Rest and Digest Extra Long Yoga Stretch Strap

$25.00

Our longer than average yoga stretch straps open you up to a wider variety of poses. At 175cm tall, I am able to place this around my foot with my leg stretched out and comfortably have length to hang on to. 

  • 100% cotton
  • yoga strap is 3m long and 3.8cm wide
  • easy to use and secure D ring to change length of yoga strap
  • expands your practice by allowing you to move in to poses deeper and control your pose more safely.

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The Guide to Using a Yoga Strap


Our Guide to Using A Yoga Stretch Strap provides comprehensive information regarding how to use yoga straps effectively, including its loop, in your practice. The guide includes step-by-step instructions for various poses, along with tips to help you deepen your stretches and avoid injury to your joints like knees and shoulders. You'll also find recommendations for the best type of yoga straps to use, how to choose the right length, and benefits of incorporating a yoga stretch strap which adjusts to every angle of your posture into your routine. 
 

Why Use Yoga Stretch Straps?


If you're looking for a way to maximize your yoga practice, increase flexibility, and improve posture, then incorporating yoga straps into your routine may be the perfect solution. Yoga straps are designed to help you move deeper into postures that may otherwise be difficult or impossible to achieve on your own. By using the yoga strap as an extension of your arms, knees, or elbows, you can create additional leverage and support while focusing on proper alignment and mindful breathing.

The use of yoga stretch straps, with their adjustable loop, not only helps sidestep injury but also promotes body awareness and mindfulness during practice. By engaging in an external source of support and feedback, yogis gain space for introspection and focus on breathing techniques. Also, when practicing alone, using yoga straps facilitates concentration and discipline which leads to better results as yoga stretch straps offer support for improving postures, stretches, and help you to achieve optimal poses with more ease. 
 

Benefits for Beginners and Advanced Yogis


Whether you are new to yoga or have been practicing for years, there are numerous benefits to using yoga stretch straps, specifically on your knees and shoulders, in your practice.

For beginners yearning to develop muscles in the thighs, a yoga strap can help build confidence while enhancing flexibility. The yoga straps can be looped around the ball of your toe and anchored to a wall or a sturdy piece of furniture. By allowing greater access to hard-to-reach postures like a proper thigh stretch, it can help beginners develop a sense of accomplishment and achievement. Yoga straps can also be used as visual aids to teach proper alignment and form.

Using yoga stretch straps can be intimidating for beginners, but with a little practice and patience, it can become an essential part of your yoga practice. Here is a step-by-step guide to using a yoga stretch strap:
 

Step-by-Step Guide to Using A Strap For Your Yoga Practice


Start by positioning the yoga strap on your mat within easy reach. Sit comfortably with your legs crossed and extend one leg straight while keeping the other bent. Place the middle of the strap around the ball of your straight leg foot and hold the two ends with each hand. Hold this hamstring stretch to help strengthen your thighs and improve flexibility.

Once you have the yoga strap in position, slowly begin to pull your foot towards your body, gently creating resistance with the yoga strap. Keep your back straight and engage your core muscles. Hold for around 20-30 seconds, breathing deeply. This stretch can improve flexibility in your thigh muscles and contribute to the health of your entire leg.

As you continue using yoga straps in different poses, you will start to notice improvements in your flexibility and balance. Don’t forget to use both sides equally to create balance in your practice. Lastly, when you have finished your session, always remember to stretch your neck to relieve any tension, and rest your body flat on the floor to realign your posture. Now that you know how to use the yoga stretch strap properly, let's look at some common mistakes people make when attempting to use it. 
 

Correct Positioning and Postures


When using a yoga stretch strap, make sure to keep your shoulders relaxed and your spine elongated. Engage your core muscles to support your back and maintain proper breathing throughout each pose.

Another common mistake people make when using a yoga stretch strap is pulling too hard on it. Remember to use gentle pressure and allow yourself to ease into each yoga strap pose gradually.
 

Tips for Maximizing Your Stretch with Yoga Straps


Another important tip is to focus on your breath. Inhaling deeply can help release tension in tight muscles, while exhaling can help you sink deeper into the stretch. Remember to breathe slowly and steadily throughout your practice.

You may also find it helpful to use additional props such as blankets, blocks, or pillows along with your yoga straps. These items can provide additional support and cushioning to assist with deeper stretches.
 

Preventing Injuries and Strains


Additionally, it's important to maintain proper form and alignment in poses. The use of a yoga stretch strap can help you achieve correct alignment and avoid unnecessary strain on your joints in poses like dandasana – staff pose. Always ensure you're using the yoga straps in the way they were intended, rather than trying to contort yourself into a pose that might not feel natural.

Finally, don't ignore any pain or discomfort you may be feeling during a stretch. If something doesn't feel right, stop immediately and assess what may be causing the issue. It's better to take a break now than to risk a serious injury that could sideline you from your practice altogether, especially when attempting challenging poses for the first time.