YogaAccessories (TM) Small Round Cotton Yoga Bolster – Blue

January 21, 2016 - Comment

Many customers have asked for a smaller bolster, so here it is! This bolster is ideal for smaller practitioners, those needing less support, or for children. Our small round bolster is identical to our standard round bolster, except smaller. The standard round bolster is 30” long and 10” in diameter, while this smaller bolster is

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Many customers have asked for a smaller bolster, so here it is! This bolster is ideal for smaller practitioners, those needing less support, or for children. Our small round bolster is identical to our standard round bolster, except smaller. The standard round bolster is 30” long and 10” in diameter, while this smaller bolster is 22” long and 7” in diameter. Our 100% cotton bolsters provide perfect support for many yoga postures. You will find that they are firm to provide full support, yet soft enough to be quite comfortable. The bolsters are stuffed with 100% cotton batting.

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Jancy says:

Just the right size for me at my 5′ nothing height I rated the bolster 5 stars because of its quality construction, firmness and its many uses. I bought this bolster mostly to put under my knees when sleeping. I have arthritis in my spine and have been told by my physical therapist that this sleeping position is the most beneficial for me. Since buying it I have found many more uses for the Jr. Sized bolster. I can use it as a roller for my back, leg and tendon stretching exercises because of the firmness. Along with the size it was possible to take it on my recent vacation.

kestrel says:

Good Plenty firm. It is smaller than the bolsters at yoga or at restorative exercise, but I am short, so it works well for me as a spine rest, and for slinging my lower spine in different restorative postures. Sturdy, well made.

Susan Jane says:

Docking procedure commenced I’m one of those sacrilegious non-yoga buyers. Worse I took some stuffing out. Gasp! Actually I injured the tendons in one of my knees, although my recovery is well on, I did have a problem with the new LazyBoy we bought. The extended foot rest and the seat/body of the chair has a large unsupported gap… gap that feels like the Grand Canyon since my knee is not supported from behind. Towels, blankets, pillows, nothing worked. Then I saw something that made me dash to Amazon. OMG people pay $100 for a hard pillow?! Do they have silk covers?! This company was in my price range and had a removable and washable cover. As it turned out I didn’t have to rip out seams. A nifty envelope style flap and I just started pulling out handfuls of stuffing. The end result is still firm just not rock hard. It is heavy and it is bulky — I’ve developed a whole new docking procedure to get it under my knees (and back out again). I love it. My cat loves it since he no longer falls into the Grand…

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