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Yoga Strap Purchasing Guide


First off, yoga is an exercise. Don’t be fooled into a false sense that you can’t get hurt practicing yoga.

Sites like YouTube and self-help video can only show you the steps, they cannot guide you correctly or tell you what you are doing wrong.

Best Practice:
Start with a certified yoga instructor. ?Yoga instructors have gone to school to learn the correct way to teach and practice yoga safely. Search your local community for a yoga studio, YMCA or fitness studio, these facilities instructors maintain a high level of certification, and with hands-on training you know you’re learning the correct way.

Straps come in three lengths: 6’, 8’ and 10’. They’re typically made from cotton with a selection of clasps and a variety of colors to choose from.

8’ strap will cover most yoga need and will give you more room to play with and is the most common size. A 6” and 10’ is also available.

The main thing to consider when purchasing a strap is the clasp. Do you prefer plastic cinch, metal D-Ring or quick snap release?


The quick snap release Yoga Strap may be the easiest to use if you need a continues length, but its snap-shut clasp means you will have re-adjust when you change restorative poses.

The traditional, metal, D-ring is one of the easiest to set and the easiest to release, fine tune and adjust on the go.
 The plastic cinch clasp is a one of the most secure and is the main style of yoga strap used in studios today, but can be more difficult to adjust quickly.


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