What We Tried: Yoga practice on an Indo Yoga Board, a long wooden plank that has four curved ridges on its underside. The ridges rock the yoga practitioner from side to side, and inflatable black cushions can be placed underneath the board to create even more instability.
Where: I tried it at a private West Hollywood studio, but Yoga Loft in Manhattan Beach, Calif. offers a class that incorporates the Indo Yoga Board. To search for classes nationwide, go to indoboard.com.
What We Did: The moves included downward facing dog, plank pose, chaturanga dandasana, lunge pose, chair pose, tree pose, crescent moon pose and warrior pose.
For How Long: I only had a 30-minute introductory session, but classes can be up to 90 minutes, just like a typical yoga studio class. Continue reading >> HuffPost