Sara shows you how to add a cute embroidery fabric band to your yoga mat carrier. Sara will focus on using the correct stabilizer for dense embroidery designs.
If you've ever been to a yoga class, you may have been asked to set an intention at some point during the session. Have you ever wondered if you're doing it right? Or why it really matters?
Jessie Oleson Moore
Ask yourself what gets more use in your wardrobe: a fancy party dress or a pair of yoga pants or leggings. Yup, that's what I thought: yoga pants and leggings for the win!
Christine Haynes
Most people come to yoga in search of a stronger, more flexible body — and maybe a clearer head and a calmer heart, too. And yoga's amazing for those things. (Not to mention it can help you achieve that enviable yoga posture!)
Joni Sweet
As soon as you decide to give yoga a try, what's the first thing you think about doing? Buying a mat. (Or heck, maybe even hand painting one. ) But you don't have to own a premium, top-of-the-line number in order to get pumped to practice. In fact, you don't even need a mat at all. With these options already lying around the house (or backyard), you can start your flow on a soft, cushy surface without dropping any extra cash.
Joni Sweet
It’s gift-giving season! And for all your fellow makers and artists, that means finding a present that’ll get their creative juices flowing — whether they can use it to actually practice their craft, or just enjoy a dose of inspiration.
Liz Callahan Schnabolk
Once it a while, a bad mood's gonna strike. That's just life. Luckily there's a lot you can do to help turn it around — starting with rolling out your yoga mat.
Joni Sweet
Reason No. 486 to get your namaste on? So that you can make — and use! — a custom painted yoga mat. This project is a great way to express yourself by creating a downward doggone-cool piece of art that makes exercise fun. Plus, it's seriously easy.
Jessie Oleson Moore
Stretching when you rise and shine will set the tone for your whole day.
Joni Sweet
Hear that? It's sunshine and fresh air calling your name! So rather than head to your usual indoor yoga studio, why not roll up that customized yoga mat and bring it outdoors? With these expert tips, you could be flowing with Mother Nature in no time.
Kristen Pope
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