Yoga blocks are supportive props commonly used in yoga practice to aid practitioners in achieving proper alignment, balance, and flexibility in various poses. Typically made of foam, cork, or wood, these blocks come in a variety of shapes and sizes, usually rectangular or square. They provide height and stability, allowing practitioners to modify poses to suit their individual needs, abilities, and limitations. Yoga blocks are particularly useful for beginners, individuals with limited flexibility or mobility, or those recovering from injuries. They can be placed under the hands, feet, or hips to provide support, extension, or stability, helping to deepen stretches, maintain proper alignment, or reduce strain on the body. Additionally, yoga blocks are lightweight, portable, and versatile, making them valuable tools for both home and studio practice, as well as for other fitness activities.