- It’s ideal to have the typical yoga props: mat, two blocks, blanket, and a strap. For some courses, bolsters and tennis-sized balls will also be used. There are household items that can stand in for these, but if you plan to commit to your asana practice, it’s not a bad idea to invest in the props for your practice.
- It’s useful to have a journal and a committed space to write, track your progress, and record your insights. You can do this on the computer, but consider whether putting pen to paper will allow you to more freely access your stream of consciousness.
- You will need to have access to a device that is compatible with zoom technology, with a working camera and microphone. During live asana classes, you will want set up your device in a space and at an angle where you are fully visible standing on your mat.
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