Bundle your favorite mat with the props you use most.
Elevate your practice by incorporating these popular props. First, choose your mat design, then determine the number of blocks you want. Finally, decide it you want to include a wheel in your bundle.
Our Hemp Linen mats, made from all natural materials and eco-friendly manufacturing process (no chemical adhesives) means this mat is good for your practice, and for our earth. It is bound in a colorful sewn edge. At 5 mm thick, it is suitable for all practices but especially comfortable for more still forms of practice, as the linen top initially has less "stick" than some other options. They are generously sized at 183cm x 68cm x .5cm. These mats have a bit of “give” for comfort but are dense enough to ground and stabilize you during your practice. Our mats contain zero PVC’s or harmful chemicals and are 100% recyclable. Read more about these mats on our "Linen Mat Product Information" tab below.
Our Cork Yoga blocks are made with fast growing, renewable cork. The natural texture provides traction, and rounded edges make it comfortable for supported poses.
- Dense, strong cork provides reliable support
- Cork's natural grip helps you find stability
- Long lasting and durable
- Product dimensions: 3 in x 6 in x 9 in
Our Yoga Wheel will enhance your strength, mobility, balance and flexibility. This versatile yoga prop is also excellent for releasing muscle tension.
- Made of strong ABS plastic-weight bearing 350 lbs.
- Topped with thick TPE and sustainably harvested cork. Both are non-toxic, environmentally friendly, recyclable and fight odor and bacteria.
- Materials combine for maximum comfort AND support. Feel secure in poses as this strong, durable prop provides good traction and grip even during a sweaty workout.
A yoga wheel assists in learning new poses, allows the user to deepen poses while feeling supported and safe, provides a base of support for both core and balance exercises and gives access to stretches that open the back, chest, shoulders and hips.
See a short video tutorial and exercise guide here.
The story behind the designs:
Chakra Think of the chakras as wheels that spin simultaneously to create a combination of energy and life force-from our grounded foundation to our spiritual expression and understanding. There are seven, representing different energies and needs. The more balanced we can be in our lives, we can experience a sense of fullness-emotional, mental and physical; mind, body and soul. This balance manifests in our relationships, conversations, actions, goals and interests. In this design, we’ve aligned our chakras beside our yogi, emerging from her lotus blossom-which grows grounded in the earth, and reaches upwards seeking the light.
Mandala The word Mandala is loosely translated as “circle” and is said to represent the universe surrounding us. The circle is also a universal representation of infinity, and the endless cycle of nature and energy. Mandalas come in an innumerable variety of designs, patterns and colors, but are always designed to give visual balance. During yoga practice, this visual balance may help you stay focused and present. Read the more about the “chakras” here.
Namaste I love this word! In traditional Hindu, and throughout much of the Indian sub-continent It is used both for a respectful greeting and farewell.
It can be interpreted as meaning "I honor the place in you that is love, light and joy." It is an expression of humility as well as a means of recognizing our "sameness" with one another. It is selfless, literally having a root that means "not I", telling us to let go of self importance.
Breathe The word is so powerful and relevant right now. Breathing is the first thing we do when we enter this world, and the last thing we do when we leave it. In yoga, we call it "prana", or life force. This word can conjure up feelings of peace and personal power as readily as it can conjure up the fear of illness or the tragedy of injustice and inequality right in our home communities. Whatever feelings the word "breathe" conjures for you, we all breathe the same air. Our breath can calm the storms that loom for each of us personally and collectively. Together we can light the way to a future that recognizes and respects our own, as well as the unique contributions, colorful expressions and beliefs of all our neighbors.
Strong This design features the Sanskrit symbol for "strong", and reflects the bold palette of black, white, red and yellow. These colors to reflect the foundation for personal power and strength - physical, emotional and spiritual. Red is the color of the root chakra, Muladhara, and is the grounding energy. Yellow is the color of Manipura, the solar plexus chakra. Located just below the heart, this is where you find your strength and fire! It governs self-esteem, confidence and personal identity as well as purpose and self motivation.
Linen Mat Product Information:
We are proud to offer durable and eco-friendly products. They start with a base of natural rubber from Hevea rubber trees. The rubber is collected in a sustainable manner, not harming the trees and allowing them to mature and continue to produce the milky latex within the bark. While natural rubber (latex) may cause allergic reactions for some (Try our TPE mats as an alternative!), rubber is non-toxic, non-slip/skid, waterproof, stain resistant, durable, has excellent flexibility and cushioning, and is recyclable. And because natural rubber is sticky when heated, our manufacturing process takes advantage of this to combine many types of surface layers WITHOUT the use of chemical adhesives.
For our Hemp Linen top layer, we use a blend of hemp and linen (called flax), both sustainable and renewable. These fibers are strong and smooth but become softer and more supple with use. These fibers absorb moisture, are cool in summer and warming in winter, have antibacterial properties, are insect resistant, biodegradable and do not fade.