No props are necessary for this class, but here are some ideas if you’d like to try them!
Yoga blocks are helpful to bring the ground up to meet you. I particularly like using them for low lunges.
A folded blanket or two can really help make your practice cozy and comfortable! This can be useful for underneath your knees in kneeling postures, especially if you’re on a hard-surface floor. Additionally, you can also place a rolled-up blanket under your knees in reclined positions (such as savanasa).
A stack of blankets is nice to add some support to a seated forward fold.
Lastly, having a blanket nearby makes it easy to cover up if you get cold in savasana!
A yoga bolster is not necessary (they can be on the more expensive side!), a stack of pillows or blankets is a great alternative! However, if you do have access to one, they make a great support to fold forward over in child’s pose or seated forward folds!