(Inga Hendrickson)

For the Yogi


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(Courtesy Teva)

Teva Ember Moc Slippers ($75)

The Teva Ember Moc slippers (women’s pictured) have forgiving polyurethane footbeds, hearty rubber outsoles, and cozy quilted uppers, making them the perfect after-class footwear.

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(Courtesy Athleta)

Athleta Hyper Focused Print Bra ($54)

Athleta updated its bestselling Hyper Focused Print bra with subtle seam lines and a spot to stash a key. Plus, the silky fabric all but eliminates chafing.

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(Courtesy Lululemon)

Lululemon Reversible Mat ($68)

The Lululemon Reversible mat doesn’t feel overbuilt, but its thicker five-­millimeter profile cushions hips and knees so that floor poses are more comfortable.

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(Courtesy Jockey)

Jockey Pull Over Kanga Hoodie ($48)

A giant step up from a ratty college sweatshirt, the Jockey Pull Over Kanga hoodie—made from ultracozy French terry—is the pinnacle of winter weekend loungewear.

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(Courtesy Hugger Mugger)

Hugger Mugger Cork Yoga Block ($20)

The dense, grippy, and all-natural Hugger Mugger Cork Yoga block boosts stability in balance poses.

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(Courtesy Fitbit)

Fitbit Versa Smartwatch ($200)

For tracking stats in the studio and out, the Fitbit Versa smartwatch offers 24-hour heart-rate monitoring, holds a charge for four days, and reminds you when you need to get up, move, and hydrate.

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(Courtesy Vuori)

Vuori Trail Shorts ($68)

With three big pockets, an iPhone holder in the liner, and casual styling, the featherweight Vuori Trail shorts are versatile enough to wear in town.

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(Courtesy Manduka)

Manduka ­Yogitoes Yoga Towel ($58)

The Manduka ­Yogitoes yoga towel feels like a soft terry blanket but was designed for performance, with silicone dots on the bottom that grip slick studio floors.

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From Outside Magazine, December 2018 Lead Photo: Inga Hendrickson

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