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Journey Pages, The Hugger Mugger Yoga Blog

category "Yoga Products"

Yoga products is a category that lists all of the discussions that surround the use of various types of products in all different kinds of yoga practices. Yoga products can be as familiar as mats or as exotic as bolsters and pillows and other forms of accessories.

Save Your Wrists and Build Strength in Dog Pose

posted by Charlotte Bell on May 28, 2014 |

crystal-dogSave Your Wrists and Hands in Dog Pose! Adho Mukha Svanasana, aka Downward Facing Dog Pose or simply Dog Pose, is arguably the most ubiquitous of poses. Yoga teacher Donna Farhi calls it the “‘garlic’ of yoga poses—a panacea for whatever ails you.” Dog Pose is simultaneously an inversion, an arm balance, a forward bend and a restorative pose. It opens your shoulders, strengthens your arms, lengthens your spine, stretches

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The Original Yoga Shorts: A Journey

posted by Charlotte Bell on May 12, 2014 |

Hugger Mugger's Lynae Hermansen models the original shortsThe Original Yoga Shorts Periodically, I undertake a major purge of my closets and drawers. Anything I haven’t worn in the past two years goes up for grabs. Most items go to good homes with good friends, where they will be much more likely to see the light of day than they did at my house. A few items have lived in storage for much, much longer than two years,

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Snuggle Up with a Yoga Bolster!

posted by admin on February 12, 2014 |

yoga bolsterWhy Our Yoga Bolsters Feel So Good … Meet Abraham Avelar. For more than eight years now Abraham has been Hugger Mugger’s prime bolster maker. It may seem like this would be a straightforward job, but in order to create just the right balance of inner firmness and outer softness, our yoga bolsters have to be sewn and stuffed just right. Abraham has learned the techniques well, and has invented

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Rubber Yoga Mats

posted by Charlotte Bell on November 24, 2013 |

rubber yoga matWe’ve sold out of our Urban and Native Rubber Mats. Check out our great, new Para Rubber Yoga Mats! Natural Rubber Yoga Mats The rubber plantations of Malaysia and Indonesia provide the material for our Urban (Recycled Rubber) and Native (Natural Rubber) mats. Native to South America, rubber trees (Hevea brasiliensis) are tapped for their latex, the source material for all natural rubber products. While more than half the rubber

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Para Rubber Yoga Mats: It All Starts with the Tree

posted by admin on April 22, 2013 |

rubber yoga matsPara Rubber Yoga Mats Native to South America, rubber trees (Hevea brasiliensis) are tapped for their latex, the source material for all natural rubber products. While more than half the rubber used in manufacturing today is synthetic—from petroleum sources—we use only natural, tree-sourced, Malaysian rubber in our mats. Our Para Rubber Yoga Mats come in four earthy colors:  Tropical, Rainforest, Storm and River.  The mat’s surface sports a striated pattern

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Being on the Ball

posted by Lynae on February 26, 2013 |

yoga-balls1Sitting on the Exercise Ball The creeping muscle and balance loss that can accumulate over the years from a sedentary, full-time job scares me. The body boredom I was experiencing with mine was making me anxious. I decided to incorporate an exercise ball into my desk furniture to add versatility to my day and rid myself of the slouchy, stagnant feeling I can get sitting at my desk. I have

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Sattva Jute Mat: How It Works, How to Care for It

posted by Charlotte Bell on October 30, 2012 |

Sattva Jute Yoga MatJute Yoga Mats Combine Sustainability with Great Grip If you were around in the ’70s, you may remember macrame. A crafty pursuit consisting of elaborate knot tying, macrame plant hangers, wall hangings and jewelry were ubiquitous for a time. Jute was the perfect macrame fiber—strong, earthen-colored and a little bit rustic. I still have a roll of macrame-ready jute in my attic. Nicknamed the “Golden Fibre,” Jute is a natural

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Earth Elements Yoga Mat

posted by admin on September 13, 2012 |

earth elements yoga matEarth Elements Yoga Mats The first limb of Patanjali’s Eight Limbs of Yoga, Yama, contains the seeds of sustainable living. The Yamas are precepts for ethical living, and the first of these precepts is ahimsa (non-harming). Add to that three of the other Yamas—asteya (non-stealing or taking only what you need), brahmacharya (wise use of life energy) and aparigraha (non-greed), and conscious, sustainable living seems to be at the heart

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Yoga Straps Rescue a Pear Tree in Peril

posted by Charlotte Bell on August 27, 2012 |

yoga strapsYoga Straps Rescue a Pear Tree in Peril I recently had to have an old box elder tree removed from my back yard. Once a towering shade tree that protected my yard from the blazing summer sun and provided a hideaway for at least two litters of feral cats, the old box elder was dying. Only a half dozen of its branches had sprouted a piddly few leaves this year.

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What’s That Oily Film on my New Tapas Yoga Mat, and How Do I Get Rid of It?

posted by admin on August 8, 2012 |

tapas yoga matWhat’s that Oily Film on my New Tapas Yoga Mat, and How Do I Get Rid of it? You unwrap your brand new yoga mat, and carry it to your favorite class, anticipating how solid your Down Dog will be today. But in your Down Dog, you find that your hands and feet are sliding even worse than they did on your old worn-out mat. Your new mat feels oily

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