Much like a balance ball, the Ergo Sit seat cushion makes you sit up straight while working your abs. And, unlike your current alt-seating arrangement, it will not slip out from under you or look like a prop from Gymboree class. It’s discreet, fits all types of chairs, and can even work out your legs and feet.
Seattle astrologer Stephanie Gailing can determine the best approach to your well-being by charting celestial bodies. Her book, Planetary Apothecary, is an overview of health concerns particular to your astrological markers and includes specific advice on nutrition, yoga poses, relaxation, aromatherapy, and natural remedies aligned with each sign.
Created by a husband and wife who could not find stylish, ecofriendly workout clothes, Prancing Leopard Activewear has chic jumpsuits and asymmetrical boatneck sweatshirts that will have you sprinting to the gym.
Last time you straddled a tree, the neighbors called the police. But with the TreeYoga Multi-Sling, only your panties will be tied in a knot. Created by schoolteacher and yoga instructor Hal Pruessner, the device is for all levels of yogis wanting to practice closer to nature.
Zobha’s yoga pants and tops are flexible in an unconventional way: Their hues, fit, and fabric (a Supplex and Lycra blend) are as wearable at work as they are in the middle of a flying crow upside-down scorpion dog pose.