There are many variations of support blocks (bricks) for yoga, they mainly differ in shape, size and material from which they are made. More often in the production of blocks, EVA foam, wood or cork are used. Each of them has its own advantages and disadvantages, so choose which one is right for you. The most durable, of course, wooden, they are also the most rigid and stable and in some positions are a favorite. The downside is that they can slip if your palms are sweaty. In addition, wooden bricks are heavy — the weight of one piece varies from 0.5 kg to 1 kg. EVA foam bricks also have a number of advantages: 1) lightweight — weight about 200-300 grams, 2) do not slip when used, absorb moisture from hands, 3) are durable, withstand deformation and return to their original shape, 4) EVA foam blocks High density resistant when doing balance exercises 5) Easy to wash and handle 6) Inexpensive. The disadvantage is poor puncture resistance. And finally, cork blocks: light, stable, strong, good for restorative asanas. And of course — environmentally friendly, as they are made of natural material. But also more expensive. If you decide to buy an accessory such as a yoga support block, get a pair to practice a wider range of poses. Our store offers high-density EVA foam bricks, with which your practice will become more productive and deeper. Be healthy!