Today's review is going to look at the Cork Yoga Block.
We’ll provide you with all the detailed information you could need. You just need to make your own final decision.
- Fits well under your back
- Good as a bolster
- Comfortable to rest your head on
- Easy and soft to grip
- The cork feels kind of messy and smells like an old shoe
- Bamboo seems to absorb odors, so you will have to wash them a few times
- Cork makes a crinkling sound when you move quickly in downward dog
- The rectangular "do not fold" sticker deforms when I wipe them down
We expect that you can use our block to improve your practice. But why should we be so sure?
Our block is made from cork, a life-changing material. Not only is cork one of the most surprisingly strong materials on the planet, it is also one of the most natural, durable and renewable building blocks available today.
Doesn't a building block like this sound promising?
Natural cork is good for a lot more than your yoga. It is ideal for hanging on the wall, storing books, you can even build a portfolio out of cork or use it as a stool!… If you're really ambitious, why not use the block as a base for a paper mosaic of your home made famous by the likes of Thomas Kinkade?!
While you can use this block in your yoga practice, you can also use it for a variety of things!
One of the most surprising things about this block of cork is its portability. It only weighs in at 2 pounds, about the same as a block of cork chalk. Not only that, but it doesn't take up a lot of space either!
It is ideal for both beginners and advanced yogis, and can provide an intense yoga practice if you add in the 200 lb person. It helps with posture, but can also be used to help you balance out your posture which leads to long term body health.
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