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Strong enough to hold my space, supportive and trustworthy. You never complains and do your job with excellence. You allow me to express myself fully. When my life gets crazy, you create the space for me to find peace within. When I am in a stressful situation, you create the space for me to release the tension. When I need to rejuvenate, you create the comfortable supportive space for me to fully rest and relax. Thank you Manduka, you are my best friend and best partner ever!

-Kiyomi Takahashi
Venice, CA

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Manduka recognizes an organization or individual each month for sharing the gift of yoga with those in need by donating yoga gear to support their cause.

October 2013 Archive

October 15th, 2013

Heal the Bay

Earlier this year, Manduka pledged to support World Water Day by donating our time to Heal the Bay, a non-profit environmental group working to restore Santa Monica Bay as well as neighboring beaches. Manduka employees were excited to get their hands dirty sifting through the sand to collect trash and recyclable items to help keep our beaches clean. The team spent a few hours at one of our local beaches, ensuring that we left the beach looking clean and safe for all to enjoy.

According to Heal the Bay:

"The population of Los Angeles has skyrocketed in the past 100 years, and it's putting a lot of pressure on our environment. In the mid 1980s, improperly treated sewage led to dead zones in the Bay and harmful water quality. Thanks to the efforts of Heal the Bay and its supporters, the EPA mandated stricter sewage treatment processes, resulting in greatly improved water quality.

Despite the amazing gains, your Bay faces ongoing challenges, from marine debris to overfishing. Our ocean faces many challenges, and Heal the Bay works every day on a number of different issues. By addressing the many facets of ocean pollution, we make real and positive change possible."

If you would like to find out how you can support Heal the Bay, or to learn more, visit their website at healthebay.org