Business Listing: Products & Services



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Yoga Farm Ithaca

Ithaca, NY  14882

Your Online Center for Emotional, Physical, and Spiritual Wellbeing.

Matr Boomie

Austin, TX 

Matr Boomie is an ethical gift company working with artisans in India. Each product is elaborately designed in Austin and handcrafted in India using fair practices.

Zebra Yoga

Brooklyn Park, Minnesota 

We bring dreams to life.

Dorjebajra Tibet Shop

Silver Spring, Maryland 

Shop for fair trade Tibetan Singing bowl, Charka singing bowl, Statue, meditation supplies and much more
Free Shipping all orders $ 50 and more

Earth Radiance

Edgewater, Maryland 

All Natural Vegan skin care routine is simplified sustained beauty therapy

Kiss The Sky

Stowe, Vermont 

Made with 100% pre-consumer recycled natural rubber and designed to improve your performance. Kiss The Sky mats hold the floor and hug your hands and feet preventing you from sliding, even when sweaty.

Lovepray Jewelry

5425 Oberlin Dr. Suite 205
San Diego, CA, CA  92121

We are a jewelry line inspired by yoga, nature, and fashion for hip men and women—all our designs are 100% original and designed by us, for you.

ZenHappy Artisan Jewelry

From one-of-a-kind heirloom quality mala bead necklaces to healing gemstone and sterling silver mala bracelets and lava stone aromatherapy diffuser jewelry, ZenHappy Jewelry offers something special for every yogi!

Mina Habibi Photography

Washington, DC 

I’m a photographer of Goddesses, Lovers and Bright Souls in the Washington, DC metro area but I do travel!

Goddesses are women who want to connect with their Inner Goddess, to find themselves and become empowered through creative images. Let me reveal what you cannot see.

Japa Mala Beads

Asheville, NC 

Japa Mala Beads unique and 100% genuine malas are “designed by an artist and strung by a yogi.” Most of their beautiful mala beads are handmade in the USA, but they also offer imported malas from India and Nepal.