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  • Writer's pictureAmanda Field

How to use Yoga Triangle Yoga Props: Vinyasa Yoga Flow Sequence

Saturday mornings at 9am CST we go live on a private channel for our affiliates with a pose breakdown of how to use Yoga Triangles. We wish to share opportunities with our community on ways to incorporate Yoga Triangles into use, from yoga to foam rolling, the Yoga Triangle is the latest innovative yoga prop available. Designed by a yoga teacher who got tired by the limitations of traditional yoga blocks, the Yoga Triangle is a useful yoga prop for beginners to experienced students of yoga. If you would like to join the Saturday sessions email

It is also not limited in its use. It functions as a myofascial release tool as well as a foam roller. The unique bevel design provides comfort, while offering a dense yet comfortable point for accessing trigger points, creating ramps and shelves for various angles of the human body, and makes movement practices more accessible and inclusive. The best part is that the Yoga Triangle has so many uses. The design is simple and light weight. Its angles make it easy to grab and grip.

This video is approximately 25 minutes long showing to use Yoga Triangles for vinyasa yoga sequencing; hip openers, hamstring stretch, knee support, psoas release, squats, crow and arm balancing, glute release and inversion. Poses are listed in sequence below.

Supported extended leg forward fold

Supported chataranga

Supported puppy pose

Supported downward dog

Supported sphinx pose

Supported yogi squat

Supported baby crow

Supported crow pose with wrist stabilizers

Supported triangle pose

Supported low lunge

Supported hanumanasana or splits

Supported pigeon pose

Glute myofascial release

Psoas and glute myofascial release

Supported happy baby pose

Supported legs up the wall pose

Supported spinal twist

Supported neck ramp myofascial release

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