Helping you to find your calm
Whether it be on your mat, out for a walk or curled up with a good book we all have ways of finding our calm.
Here at Yogipod I’m here to help.
Right from the beginning I wanted Yogipod to be a place to inspire calm whether through the products, writings on the journal or guiding you through your yoga practice. It may look different for us all but I hope you find a dose of it here.
Made by hands
Founded by yoga teacher, Georgie, Yogipod products are hand block printed in Jaipur, India and sewn by Georgie here in the UK making every single piece unique
I work with a cluster organisation based in Jaipur who bring their beauty to the products with hand block printing and embroidery. The organisation works with small family workshops enabling artisans to work from home, support their families and share their beautiful craft with the world.
All products are designed with calm in mind, whether bolsters & eye pillows supporting calm in your yoga practice or homewares encouraging you to slow down in the evening.
Supporting at every point of the journey
Born by exploration
Treading lightly —
Promoting slow consumption by creating beautiful, hand made pieces that last and you want to use.
Minimising deadstock by hand making the majority of products myself
Materials used are organic and recycled wherever currently possible.
Waste is minimised through careful manufacturing
All packaging is recyclable and produced from either recycled or sustainable sources.
Every order plants a tree with Tree Sisters
Hi, I’m Georgie, the founder of Yogipod, a yoga teacher and creative individual. I both teach yoga and source, curate and develop the products which make up part of Yogipod.
I believe life is all about finding the balance that works for you, cultivating calm and exploration in equal measure. My aim is to help you find your calm amongst the joyful whirlwind that is life whether it be through a beautiful cushion that aids relaxation, a yoga class that gets you out of your mind and into your body or exploring something new through reading the journal.