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  • The Wanderlust 21 Day Yoga Challenge

    Wanderlust 21 Day Yoga Challenge Sign Up | The Manduka Blog

    Manduka is partnering with Wanderlust to present a 21 Day Yoga Challenge for the New Year. World-renowned teacher and Wanderlust co-founder, Schuyler Grant, will be teaching this program and giving you all the tools you need to develop an adaptable home practice.  

    In the challenge, Schuyler introduces 60 of the most important yoga poses.  At the end of 21 days, you will have a complete and dynamic vinyasa sequence to flow through with the breath. 

    To support you in this challenge, we've created a special Beginner's Kit featuring a brand new mat. Sign up for the Wanderlust challenge here and pre-order your kit now so you're ready to go for the new year!


    Follow Manduka on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest and challenge a friend to join you on social with #21DayYoga. 

  • Sometimes, It’s Better To Think Small

     

    Light on Lotus Studio in Los Angeles, CA Image Courtesy of Light on Lotus

     Small businesses aren’t just the financial backbones of our community. Together they make up a neighborhood's unique personality. To show our appreciation this Small Business Saturday, we chatted with a few studio owners from across the country to get a glimpse of what it’s like to run a small business. We also encourage you to take a class at a studio near you! Continue reading

  • Thank You, Yogis

    Your Inspiration Notes to Manduka

    Last month we sent out mad lib style postcards to learn more about what inspires our customers. Reading your responses made us more proud than ever to be part of your practice. Thank you, yogis, for making time to get on your mats and cultivate so many moments of intention. Your practice is what makes our work worthwhile. Continue reading

  • Eleonora Zampatti's Ode to the Moon

    "The moon understands what it means to be human. Uncertain. Alone. Cratered by imperfections."
    Tahereh Mafi

    Eleonora Zampatti | Manduka Blog

    Since 2014, Ode to the Moon has brought people together to practice yoga, self-love, and the power of vulnerability. All this in the aim of creating awareness around domestic violence. Founder and Manduka Ambassador, Eleonora Zampatti, (herself a survivor of domestic abuse) shares her story below along with advice for being an advocate to yourself and your loved ones.

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  • Shut Up & Run with Robin Arzon

    There are marathoners, there are ultra-marathoners, and then there's self-proclaimed Ambassador of Sweat, Robin Arzon. Once held hostage at a bar in New York City, running became her moving meditation to overcome the trauma that followed. Her book Shut Up & Run details some of the astounding things she's accomplished since then, including continuing to run ultra-marathons after a Type 1 Diabetes diagnosis. 

    We caught up with Robin to learn more about how yoga and meditation fit into her training routine as well as her advice for living a life without trepidation. 

    Robin Arzon practices yoga Continue reading

  • 5 Tips for a Stress-Free Holiday Season

    Our Tips for a Stress-Free Holiday | Manduka Blog

    The most wonderful time of the year is upon us! Also, let's be real, the busiest.

    Suddenly, there are places to be, people to see, gifts to give, and lots of memories to make. Our handy Gift Guide should solve for one of these to-dos, but we wanted to share our tips for conquering the rest of your holiday season with ease.  Continue reading

  • So You Want To Open A Yoga Studio...

    Meet our office hero: Lara Estrada. She's a full-time Manduka employee who opened a yoga studio of her very own last year. Read all about how she turned her dream into reality -- or better yet, visit Yoga Bliss in Los Angeles and see for yourself what a little love and a lot of hard work can make. 

    Lara Estrada at Yoga Bliss Studio

    Can you describe your role at Manduka?

    I’m an International Sales Rep. I work to bring our high-quality Manduka products to yoga studios and retailers all over the world!

    When did you realize you wanted to be a yoga studio owner?

    I completed my teacher training in 2009. At that point I knew teaching yoga was something I wanted to pursue but my career goals have evolved so much since then -- always in an organic way. I started thinking about opening a studio in 2012 but it didn't come together until a few years later. Continue reading

  • 10 Self Care Rituals for New Mamas

    Kaitlin Coghill

    With the birth of your baby came the birth of a new woman. She looks similar to you but more tired. She's a little less carefree. She has the same passions as before, but they have all (temporarily) moved down on the ladder to make room for a tiny human.

    This is where self-care comes in. Really, a woman should be taken care of by her friends and family after giving birth, but society has a long way to go in honoring new mothers. Many women are left to care for their new child and healing body all on their own. If this is your situation, or even if you are lucky enough to have lots of support from your village, read on for some very simple self-care tips to ease your transition into motherhood. After all, baby can't thrive if mama isn't thriving too! Continue reading

  • A Bracelet That Gives Back

    This month, we're celebrating women's health! Why? Because we appreciate every chaturanga, downward dog, and savasana as time spent to connect with who we are, the women we came from, and the many things we can accomplish together as a community.

    In that spirit, we introduce our latest collaboration with Mala Collective.

    Manduka + Mala Collective Continue reading

  • The Art of Competition: Q&A with Junior Bryant

    Football season is back! To celebrate, we met with former NFL defensive lineman Junior Bryant at Sweat Yoga in Santa Monica. After a serious neck injury cut his playing career on the San Francisco 49ers short, he’s transitioned his competitive spirit into the world of finance, and even into his personal yoga practice.

     

    Junior Bryant at Sweat Yoga - Manduka Blog

    How did you get started in football?

    I started playing football when I was in eighth grade. I was fortunate enough to get a college scholarship to Notre Dame. From there I got a chance to sign with 49ers and spent ten years on their roster. I was on the practice squad first as a free agent and made my way along the path until I became a starter. Unfortunately, I got injured before I was ready to be done. Continue reading

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