Holiday gifts for the yoga nut

These 7 small brands are helping fuel a booming yoga industry.

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Hugger Mugger blocks
Hugger Mugger blocks

Hugger Mugger
huggermugger.com
Salt Lake City
Blocks, $14.95 each

Established more than 20 years ago, Hugger Mugger has long produced yoga props such as blocks and bolsters. Founder Sara Chambers, an accomplished woodworker-turned-yogi, made her first blocks out of scrap wood. These days her products feature sustainable natural materials, such as cork and bamboo, and recycled man-made fibers like lyocell.

By Alyssa Giacobbe

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