The Editor of the San Francisco Chronicle did a great job customizing a Yogamatic Yoga Mat with their purchased image of the Golden Gate Bridge….awesome!
Marie Claire loving us…..
Meanwhile for those you NOT in the know…we are offering 30% off all Anymatic Brands this week for Thanksgiving (yogamatic.com, shortomatic.com and kinimatic.com)
You just need the code: ANY30HOLIDAY
Joining the warmly received VINTAGE Collection, the NATIVE Collection of Towels shown here are quite stunning in color and texture. They are available in Yoga Mats as well. Once again there is nothing like this on the market. Visit www,yogamatic.com and see the whole range.
If you are not into designing your own, but want a stand out ‘designer’ mat or towel, look no further. Released next week, this collection is the most anticipated yet. So stylish, so unusual….beautiful enough to leave around the house and NOT hide it in the trunk of your car!
….stand nearly 100 Yogi’s in this very design! This was one of first and one of the great sellers. It is colorful, original and on a Towel as pictured here, an awesome addition to your Mat.
Curator and co-owner of Anymatic LLC; Jennifer Cawley launches new photography arm: www.losangelesdogphotography.com. Check it out! We have literally hundreds of fans putting classic pooch prints on their products every day. They make a great gift too! Jennifer’s full portfolio is available: www.jennifercawley.com
Finally, someone get’s it! The ESC mat has not sold as well as we all imagined. I guess it’s a bit subtle and the gray color may be too uninspiring to some…but we like it and this Towel turned out great.
Just testing the feed!
It may be the world’s first airport yoga studio, and reflects trend of airports ramping up amenities, often with a local twist
Travelers in Northern California can now find their inner calm in the Yoga Room at San Francisco International Airport.
The quiet, dimly lit studio officially opened last week in a former storage room just past the security checkpoint at SFO’s Terminal 2.
Airport officials believe the 150-square-foot room with mirrored walls is the world’s first airport yoga studio, said spokesman Mike McCarron.
The room, open to all ticketed passengers, contains a few chairs and yoga mats but no instructors or televisions. No shoes, food, drinks or cell phones are allowed.
“Silence is appreciated,” says a sign spelling out “Yoga Room Etiquette.”
A prominent blue-and-white sign with a Buddha-like pictogram beckons visitors: “Come check out our Yoga Room.”