Get more out of practice with a uStrap
It has loads of different uses as it offers gentle support with its giving nature. In bridge and wheel it keeps the legs from splaying out.
Try it around the arms for support in forearm balance or handstand. I used it to learn the transition bakasana (crow) to handstand. It encourages proper alignment to support the shoulder girdle, making more challenging postures possible.
It even comes in handy for restorative poses, such as supta baddha konasana. No need to think of props as training wheels, they are useful tools that can really aid a yoga practice. Check the uStrap out in the cafe. Or feel free to try mine.