Whether you practice Ashtanga or Iengar, Kundalini or Bikram, our yoga gear from comfy clothing to zen decor will help you stay mindful and inspired as you get your stretch on! Here are some of our favorite yoga presents to give or get:
The Mexicali woven yoga mat bag features colorful, exotic woven stripes, a drawstring closure, and a handy strap for carrying your yoga mat over your shoulder in comfort & bohemian style!
We love these Thai fisherman pants for yoga because they are soft, lightweight, and easily adjustable for the perfect custom fit! Inspired by traditional Thai pants, these tie-waist fisherman wrap pants are perfect yoga pants for men and women. Each pair is fully adjustable to fit a wide range of body shapes and sizes, and comes packaged in a reusable cloth pouch with instructions on how they are traditionally worn. Available in a variety of colors, these make a wonderful gift yourself or the yogi in your life!
A comfy yoga top
is key to focused practice; you don’t want to be distracted by a too tight shirt that keeps riding up, or scratchy fabric! This Mexicali Sun Salutation tee
is just one example of the many soft cotton shirts for men
and women that are just perfect for yoga. This super soft cotton shirt is pigment dyed, giving it a nice worn-in look, and has a Mexicali Blues logo on the back. Perfect for wearing during your morning yoga session, while showing off your Mexicali love!
Create the zen decor of your dreams with any combination of our awesome exotic elements from around the world! Use an ohm wall hanging or weeping yogi sculpture as a meditation object, let the good vibes flow freely across our prayer flags, or bring more senses into your yoga or meditation practice with our Tibetan singing bowls or bell and dorge sets.
We love yoga here at Mexicali Blues, and if you or someone you love does as well, you can be sure that we’ve got the gifts to impress and inspire your yogi this Holiday season and beyond!
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