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  • Get Ready for SUP Yoga, At Home

    Jeramie Vaine, @jvaine1, is a Professional Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) Athlete, 200-hour Power Yoga certified teacher, and SUP Yoga instructor. He’s currently traveling the world with Wanderlust Festivals and clinics around the globe, bringing his passions to paddlers everywhere.

    This asana series was designed to bring a fun, safe and calming practice to the water for Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga. However the poses are for any level of yoga practitioner and can be added to any daily practice, on or off the water.

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  • Learn to Love Backbends With Jessamyn Stanley

    Ahhh, backbends... The ultimate cure for hunched-at-your-desk-all-day posture, but where to start?  Jessamyn Stanley (@mynameisjessamyn), yoga teacher, body advocate and all around dynamo personality talks us through four supported poses to experience a truly heart-opening practice. 

    You’ll need: a supportive yoga mat and two blocks. (We suggest the Manduka PRO and our Recycled Foam Blocks.)

    First let’s be clear: using props isn’t a sign of weakness. They’re great tools for deepening your practice and they allow us to modify and open in places the body isn’t used to. They’re amazing for rooting down, opening the chest and back, and supporting core strength. For backbends, I have blocks next to me at all times.

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  • Manduka Yogis All Over The World

    Nothing makes us happier than seeing Manduka gear and apparel out in the world. Sweating, breathing, healing and opening possibilities with our international family. At the end of the day, every stitch, every thread and every cell is a conscious choice made for you and for the planet. It’s an honor to be a part of your practice. Here are a few of our friends, from our home base in California to Texas to New York to Berlin to Dubai  - all rocking their practice with their trusted gear to support them. You are #MadeForYoga, thank you for all that you share.


    Abby Cross



    Double camel in the desert.

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  • Flow to Harness Your Summer Potential

    By: Steph Gongora @casa_colibri

    Steph Gongora

    Spending time in the summer sun leaves me feeling radiant, healthy, and spirited; warmed from the inside out. It’s the perfect time to embrace the season and cultivate a little inner fire of our own. Continue reading

  • Mindfulness on the Field with Coach George Lombard

    Sometimes you find yoga in unexpected places. After seeing the Dodger's first base coach, George Lombard, practice on our Manduka PRO mat at Dodger Stadium, we couldn't wait to hear how his practice translates onto the field -- and off. First drafted as a player to the Atlanta Braves in 1994, his extensive career in professional baseball has transformed him from a student to a teacher. Who knew coaching baseball and teaching yoga had so much in common?

    Dodger coach George Lombard participates in Yoga Day on the field after the game. Jill Weisleder/Dodgers

    What was your first experience with yoga?
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  • Finding Your Edge with CEO Sky Meltzer

    What do leading a company, practicing yoga, and raising children have in common? Just about everything, actually. We sat down with our CEO, Sky Meltzer, to hear what a little presence and breath can accomplish on the mat, in business and beyond.

    Sky Meltzer

    Since it is Father's Day, can you tell us a little about your kids?

    Yes, of course. My favorite topic! My daughter is four and her name is Luciana. She is a master storyteller. She loves reading, dancing, and singing – and is just very bright and free-spirited. Continue reading

  • Light & Legacy with Heaton Graham

    An avid surfer, yoga teacher and dedicated father, Heaton Graham shares how his son has anchored him to the present, and what he hopes to pass on from his practice.

    When my son was born I had been going through a very difficult time. We had just moved to a new town with different working and living conditions, and of course, a new child -- a lot of transition. It felt as if a heavy fog were drifting in from the stress and lack of clarity to where I was going.

    As my son and I got to know each other though, his presence was like a lighthouse in the middle of that fog. I started to realize that for the rest of my life I would be his Papa. Regardless of any other circumstance, I would have his constant light to help guide me.

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  • Come Back to Your Mat with Claire Fountain

    By: Claire Fountain @cbquality

    5---Claire-FB-linkOne of the first memories of yoga I have is in my childhood room, rolling out a red yoga mat on the carpet. Sure, it rippled and slipped and slid all around but it was a where I could practice, or try to. I got into yoga as a teen for depression and anxiety, and just having a mat made it feel more real to me. Continue reading

  • Your Health On The Road with Charlie Marchant

    As the summer season approaches, we asked UK based travel blogger Charlie Marchant to share her best tips on staying healthy while making your travels count.

    Charlie Marchant

    Whether you’re headed to a yoga retreat, music festival or international adventures this summer – be prepared! Continue reading

  • Festival Packing with Sesa O'Connor

    Sesa O'ConnorSesa O’Connor: LA based yoga teacher, mother, surfer and Wanderluster.

    05132016-XX-XXXX-Lifestyle-1338If you just bought tickets to your first yoga festival (or are trying to win some) you might be wondering what to pack. We chatted with Manduka Ambassador Sesa O’Connor to get the best tips for yogis -- because the only thing worse than overpacking is forgetting an essential behind! Continue reading