Jade Yoga For Awesome Yoga Mats, Bags & Gear

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Serious yogis will likely have heard about Jade Yoga — I’ve seen their brand on the wellness and spirituality circuit for awhile now and let’s just say that we’re huge fans of their yoga mats. They have a wide range to choose from, including extra long and extra thick mats. We love the quality and care they give to manufacturing their products, from mats and accessories to bags and gear.

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Harmony Yoga Mats

The Harmony yoga mat is probably their most popular mat, largely because there’s a wide variety of colors and sizes to choose from.

For example, they offer yoga mats that are 24″ wide and 28″ wide and they are available in three lengths: 68”, 71″ and and 74” and they weigh in around five pounds (this will vary of course if you opt for a longer or wider mat).

We went for one of their 71 inch two tone blue mats to go on top of a 74 inch mat we already have in-house. We love their quality, that they’re non-stick and can take the heat.

Harmony mats are available in a ton of fabulous colors, including Purple, Midnight Blue, Olive Green, Black, Slate Blue, Teal, Raspberry, Tibetan Orange, Two-tone Purple (Lavender over Purple), Two-tone Blue (Slate over Midnight), Two-tone Red (Chili Pepper Red over Sedona Red), Clay and Jungle Green. Note that not all colors come in all sizes, but their website will give you the lay of the land for what they have available by color, length and width.

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$5 will be donated to ovarian cancer charities for every Teal mat purchased!

The Khaya Yoga Bag

We love the quality of this bag so much that we plan to include it in our upcoming Holiday Gift Guide.

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Made in the US with organic cotton duck (canvas), the Khaya bag has an adjustable shoulder strap, one main compartment large enough to hold a mat, block and towel or change of clothes and a smaller “clean” compartment for personal items and an internal pocket for your wallet, phone or other smaller items along with a clip for your keys.  We have been using it for a 71 inch mat and it fits although longer mats won’t likely work. Dimensions are 26″ x 8″ x 4″ so they will work for most standard mats.

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We love that a portion of the sale of every Jade “Khaya“ bag goes to protect habitat for chimpanzees in Uganda’s Hoima District.  For those not familiar with the area, Khaya is a species of mahogany indigenous to this region.

The Khaya bag is available in four really fun colors, Black, Navy/Denim, Fern/Avocado and Black/Caramel (The interior of all bags is Avocado except the Fern/Avocado which is black inside).

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For more information on the brand including how to order any of their products, visit JadeYoga.com.

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