Ground How to Use Props for a Restorative Practice A restorative yoga practice is more than the best nap you’ve ever taken—though it’s definitely that too. By Wanderlust Presented by A restorative practice can slow the heart rate, improve blood pressure, and release tension from overworked muscles. Yoga teacher and wellness entrepreneur, Jules Hunt, explains how to incorporate props into your restorative yoga practice to help the body completely and fully relax. She walks us through using a prop for Legs Up the Wall pose, Reclining Bound Angle pose, and Reclining Hero pose. Presented by Brentwood HomeSince 1987, Brentwood Home has been handcrafting the finest luxury mattresses, pillows and bedding — thoughtfully made with non-toxic materials and natural elements — right here in our own Los Angeles factory. As designers, makers and artisans, we thrive by articulating the details that others ignore. Yet it is our “California ethos” that truly defines us; compelling us to craft beautiful sleep products that also promote healthy lifestyles and greater wellbeing.