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The Loop Strap

December 15, 2015

Halfmoon - The Loop Strap

The yoga strap is one of the first props yogi’s learn to use. It can help you find the reach you need without sacrificing optimal alignment. It’s small, economical, and has an incredibly variety of uses.

We took it one step further.

The No Fuss Loop

The Halfmoon invented Loop Strap incorporates the functionality of a regular strap while providing a loop that’s always there for you. That means no more fussing around in the middle of class (or pose!). Try it out in King Pigeon, Dancer’s Pose, Sundial or in a lunge quad stretch.

The Double Loop

The Loop Strap can accommodate TWO loops on the same strap by creating the second loop with the buckle end. This frees you up to work on your back with a loop around each foot. The double loop can also be used as a make-shift rope wall for supported downward dog. You might be surprised by how well this variation lengthens the low back. Side Note: make sure you have a strong door frame!

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