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  • Keith Mitchell is #MadeForYoga


    After playing in the NFL Keith Mitchell had 'more concussions than he could count'. This is his story. He is #MadeForYoga and so are you. Share your story.

  • Claire Fountain is #MadeForYoga


    Claire found yoga as a teenager in Mississippi, hoping it would help her with her anxiety and depression. What happened next was a powerful transformation. Claire is #MadeForYoga, and so are you. Share your story.

  • #MadeForYoga - Share Your Story


    We’d like to hear your story. We’d like everyone to hear it. Because there are people out there who are right where you were, unsure about whether yoga is right for them. When you share your story, you can inspire new yogis to join us on the mat and explore how they are Made For Yoga too.

    How did you come to yoga? And what transformed in your life when you found your practice?

    Share your story on Instagram using #MadeForYoga and tagging @MandukaYoga in the caption. If you're more comfortable you can also send us an email to madeforyoga@manduka.com - include a photo if you can!

    In honor of our new Made For Yoga apparel collection, we will be choosing a few yogis to win a suite of gear including our new apparel that is as Made for Yoga as you are. One story per yogi please, we’ll select winners on March 20th, and share many more with the community throughout the month.

    You are Made For Yoga. We all are. Inspire the practice. Start sharing.

    Namaste,
    Manduka

  • Introducing Manduka Clothing

    The community spoke. We listened. And the result was Manduka Clothing – a collection made for yoga. Every piece, designed to support your practice. Every thread, attached to an intention. Every fiber, consciously chosen for a fit that both feels good and does good. Watch it flow.

  • Break In Your PRO Like A Pro



    Just like your favorite pair of jeans or a well-worn baseball glove, our PRO mats require a break-in process, or PROcess as we like to call it, which is really more like a ritual. As you practice, the top surface will naturally wear in, transforming it into one that’s uniquely yours. The more you stretch, twist, sweat and breathe together, the better it gets—just like your practice. Continue reading

  • Koya Webb's Story of Healing

    Everyone’s journey with the practice is different. This is Koya’s:

  • Inspired by the Practice, Crafted with Intention

    Made for Yoga Apparel

    Creating a line of yoga apparel has been on our minds for quite some time now. Before we even sketched the first design, we asked ourselves a really important question: “Does the community really need another line of active wear? The answer was yes. We needed one that was inspired by the practice and then crafted with intention.
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  • Something New, Inspired by the Practice


    Coming February 2016

  • Alex Crow's Story of Self-Discovery

    Meet Alex. A yoga teacher and writer who allowed her journey with the practice to unfold without any preconceived notions of where it might take her or what it might reveal.

  • An Artistic Collaboration with Real Heart

    For the time ever, we have partnered with an artist to create a one-of-a-kind printed PRO mat. The limited edition Ryan McGinness PRO Mat was designed to inspire creativity both in practice and in life but it also serves a much higher purpose. Every time one of these special PRO mats is purchased, we will donate two yoga classes to children through Bent On Learning. This non-profit organization helps bring yoga and all its benefits to public schools in the New York area.

    The abstract female silhouette is part of Ryan’s iconic “Women Series” and positively flows off the classic dark blue mat right into our open hearts. And while the design is new, everything else you love about the PRO is still there including an unparalleled density, performance grip and a lifetime guarantee. Already our most supportive mat, this limited edition mat truly embodies the spirit of the practice by supporting the next generation of yogis.

    Buy a mat. Give yoga.

    About Ryan McGinness Ryan McGinness is an American artist, living in New York City. His work is in the permanent public collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Cincinnati Art Museum, MUSAC in Spain and the Misumi Collection in Japan.

    See more of Ryan’s work at ryanmcginness.com.

    About Bent on Learning
    Bent On Learning brings yoga into underserved public schools and classrooms tosupport a healthier, more compassionate learning environment where kids can thrive. For 15 years, they have been providing weekly yoga programs to schools during the academic day, serving 18,000 children to date and helping make health and happiness an integral part of school curriculums.

    For more info visit bentonlearning.org.

    © Ryan McGinness. Licensed by Artestar, New York.