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Pranayama Yoga Bolster

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Pranayama Yoga Bolster
Place under the length of your spine and expand your chest and ribcage to attain deeper breathing. This is a great tool to add to your restorative practice.
  • Vintage Currant Vintage Currant
  • Bohemian Ikat Bohemian Ikat
  • Midnight Flurry - NEW! Midnight Flurry - NEW!
  • Night Flight - NEW! Night Flight - NEW!

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This handmade in the USA bolster is an indispensable tool for pranayama practice. Placed under the length of your spine, it expands the chest and ribcage for deeper breathing.  The tightly stuffed cotton batting and beautiful, upholstery-grade fabric will give you years of valued use!

• Expands your chest and ribcage for deep breathing

• Upholstery-grade fabrics are durable and long lasting

• Can be used in Restorative Yoga practice

• Convenient handles on both ends


HANDMADE - needs 3-4 extra business days to ship.


Eco Properties: Handmade in the USA, cotton cover and filling


Dimensions: 3" x 25" x 6"
Weight: 2.65 lb
Material: Cotton batting. Cover materials vary:
  • Bohemian Ikat: 100% cotton
  • Midnight Flurry: 100% polyester
  • Night Flight: 100% cotton
  • Vintage Currant: 100% polyester

Handmade in the USA

Care Instructions: Spot clean or dry clean only. We do not recommend removing the bolster cover, the tight fit is important to the function of the design.


Customer Reviews 2 item(s)

I love to use this after a long work day or long period working at the computer, or before a restorative or backbending practice, to open up my chest, loosen my shoulders, extend my spine & fill with breath.
Review by Karikari / (Posted on 12/12/2017)
Great for All-Day Computer Users
This sturdy bolster aligns perfectly with my spine, allowing me to open my chest and shoulders while I focus on deep, cleansing breaths. I often find that my posture is less than perfect after working on the computer all day. I stand a little bit taller every time I use my Pranayama. Love it!
Review by Helen / (Posted on 12/30/2016)