As we move to 112 North Sandusky Avenue, we’re going to have more space for expanded product lines. Of course, we’ll keep our Manduka mats and accessories for sale. So far, all the new offerings I’ve sourced have come from small, local and woman-made businesses. I think it’s especially important to support women, who, while also raising children and even working other jobs, connect with a deeper sense of purpose that involves making things. I’m fortunate to have personal relationships with several of these women, and my personal interactions with the others have been top-notch.
I can’t wait for you to browse the shelves of our new offerings!
Last winter Val concocted a signature scent for me from a potion I just loved to use in Savasana adjustments. (Do you remember those days? I can’t wait to have them back.) She’s packaged up some Bliss, full of delicious essential oils. My hope is for a mid-day quench of the skin will help you remember your practice and the peace that’s always available to you.
Another local skincare company from Cedarville, Ohio. I love Lauren’s commitment to keeping her packaging plastic free! I hunted her down for her all natural deodorant and it did not disappoint. It’s a lightly scented concoction that goes on quite smooth and lasts the day. We’ll also have access to her shampoo bars and lip quench sticks.
Imee is a friend from Columbus who began whipping up her potions as a way of connecting to her ancestry. I’ve been using her Full Moon Body Butter for months now and it leaves my skin perfectly luscious. I’m keeping her ritual bath salts on the shelf – take a whiff of the tester jar and you’ll be in love, too.
I’m a huge believer of a well-timed powerful word, and when it’s pretty and witty then all the better. I’ve started with a small collection of cards and gifts from Amy’s line. They’re cute, thoughtful and witty – beyond your average drug store card.