Hi, I'm Beth Shaw with YogaFit. Today, we're going to talk about the use of props for yoga. Now, props are used in yoga to help you with your practice, to kind of fill in the gap in the pose. For example, we have core balls that we can use to maintain proper postural alignment, for example, in the chair pose, to engage the core center muscles and also to provide a mental focal point. So, instead of your mind wandering, you're just focused on your prop. So, this is a core ball. It's an excellent prop. Next, we have a YogaFit egg. Now, these eggs are great 'cause they're great support for the back when you're lying down. You can also place them under your head or neck, if you have any neck discomfort. And, additionally, you can use them, for example, in a triangle pose, so that if you're tight in your hamstrings, you get a little bit of extra space. This is an egg. It's one of my favorite, favorite yoga props. Obviously, we always need a mat when we are practicing. You should try out different mats. Some of them are thicker than others. You wanna just find a mat that you resonate with and that you're comfortable on. Mats that are more padded are better for more restorative practice, or if you get any knee issues. Or, if you really like to be organic and feel the floor, you might want a very thin mat, or even a travel mat. A foam roller is a great way to roll out any tight muscles. You can use it for leg muscles, you can also use it underneath your back when you lie down, underneath your legs in final relaxation. So, this is a long foam roller. Foam rollers also come in a shorter variation, and they're great for shoulder rolling, or again, underneath the neck, underneath the back, or underneath the legs. We also have a traditional yoga block that is also good for poses like triangle. I actually prefer the eggs because they contour to the body more. And, then, no practice is complete without a yoga strap. So, if you're tight through your hamstrings, you can use this to stretch your leg out. You can also use this to stretch the arms and the chest if you're doing a lot of weight lifting. So, props are great for yoga and highly recommended. They help you. I'm Beth Shaw with YogaFit and this is yoga for props. Namaste.