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Yoga Balls

No home gym is complete without a yoga ball - whether you're in to yoga or not! You may know them as Swiss balls or exercise balls, but essentially they are one and the same thing. A large soft touch pvc ball that is not only almost impossible to puncture, it fits any size. Perfect for improving your core muscles, sitting on a yoga ball whilst doing some exercises forces your body to react to the natural instability of the ball. This means you use your core and other muscles to counter balance, without every increasing the weight. Read more...

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Yoga and Pilates Balls & Accessories

Pilates and yoga mats are very similar in that they are about the same size and are used for completing exercises on the floor. But after that there are some subtle differences.

Pilate’s mats tend to be different from yoga mats in that they are thicker, very important when you are performing Pilate’s exercises like the Seal and Open Leg Rocker. Yoga mats on the other hand are thinner to let you feel the floor when you are performing standing yoga poses and yoga mats are sticky -designed to prevent slipping.

Pilates Accessories

Pilates is a great way to tone and strengthen muscles in particular the crucial core muscles. There are a number of accessories to buy which can help you to develop your skills in Pilates.

The Pilates Ball

A Pilate’s ball is a soft lightweight ball great for inner thighs, pelvic floor, upper body and neck. The ball essentially adds instability to your body which gives you a tougher core muscle workout.

Pilate’s Bands

Also called resistance bands, Pilates bands can really help add intensity to your Pilates workout. The bands can help to work your hips, waist, thighs, arms and stomach to name just a few areas. The bands come in different levels of resistance and are colour coded accordingly.

Pilate’s Ring

Rings are commonly used in Pilates to add intensity to floor exercises, particularly when working out inner and outer thighs, upper arms, the chest and pelvic exercises.


As with Pilates, a ball and rubber bands can be very helpful in yoga. But in addition you might want to consider the following items:

Yoga Blocks, Bricks and Wedges

Bricks are lightweight and easy to carry to classes or use at home. They are ideal for adding lift or grounding for poses. They can help stabilise and add height or, placed between the knees, can activate the outer leg muscles. Blocks work in a similar way and if you put blocks together they can help in a classic shoulder stand support.

Yoga Blankets, Bolsters and Zafus

Bolsters can be used for chest opening back bends or forward folds. Some, with buckwheat filling, can mould to your shape and the rectangular bolsters with a flat surface are great for supine postures, supporting the whole back and supporting various shoulder stands.

Yoga Swings and Ropes

Ropes can develop agility and help with stretching. The pelvic swing is a foam filled cushioned support for the pelvis and can help relieve lower back pain caused by disc problems and muscle spasms.

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