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 yoga practice.
Made in USA
- Dimensions: 4" x 25" x 6"
- Weight: 2.7 lb
- Materials: 100% cotton cover, cotton batting
- Made in the USA
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 use!
Handmade in the USA, cotton cover and filling.
- Expands your chest and ribcage for deep breathing
- Can be used in Restorative Yoga practice
- Exceptional firmness maintains structural integrity
- Upholstery-grade fabrics are durable and long lasting
- Convenient handles on both ends
- Handmade with love in the USA
Spot clean or dry clean only. We do not recommend removing the cover, it has a tight fit that is essential to the support the bolster provides.
Always consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program.
Great bolster for pranayama or other poses.
Good Pranayama Support
Very happy with the quality of the pranayama bolster. It aids in opening up the back and pectoral muscles, and can be used for support in various asanas as well as in pranayama breathing.
My Cousin Loves It!
I also have one and love to lie on it with arms outstretched. Good for restorative yoga.
I've been using the quality-made Hugger Mugger Pranayama Yoga Bolster for years: to sit on to elevate the pelvis, to rest my head on in shavasana, to keep knees & ankles separated, and I just bought a second one for the bedroom yoga mat.
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