Strike A Pose With These Yoga Items
Summer may be over but that doesn’t mean tossing in the workout towel. If you're feeling like you need a change in your fitness routine, now is the time to get fit with yoga. September is National Yoga Month, and we've got five must-have yoga essentials to help you get the most out of your mat workouts.
Stick-E Wrist Saver Blocks
Stick-e Wrist Saver Blocks deliver wrist support, comfort and strength. Their durable yet lightweight design offer support for upper body weight-bearing exercises, yoga poses and push-ups while reducing strain on your wrists.
The Stick-e Mat is made to stay put, so you don't slip while performing even the sweatiest yoga session. The yoga mat's alignment lines, called Stick-e Ridges, also offer a cushy feel. Feel free to fold or roll the mat to help you comfortably get through your workout.
Athleta Three-Strand Headband
Three-stranded headbands are a hot item that will keep your hair from falling in your face when you're doing downward dog, tree pose or any other challenging yoga pose. The Athleta band has a silicone gripper that secures your hair for the perfect hold without giving you a headache.
Lululemon Water Bottle
Made with Purist technology, the Lululemon reusable bottle will help keep you hydrated while keeping your water ultra-fresh and your bottle free of odors, mold or stains. Designed with a sport top and anti-spill valve, you can toss the bottle in your yoga bag and not worry about soggy workout wear.
Barefoot Yoga Essentials Gift Basket
Want a one-stop shop for yoga gear? We're giving away a Barefoot Yoga gift basket on our rewards page. The perfect yoga package for a beginner, the gift basket includes a Barefoot Hybrid Eco Mat, Cotton Velvet Yoga Mat, Solid Zafu Meditation Cushion, Yoga Mat Cleansing Wipes, Nag Champa Incense and more.
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