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GIVEAWAY: The Little Yoga Mat! (US) -CLOSED-


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The Little Yoga Mat is an eco-friendly mat that is the right size for kids under 5!
The mat can also be used for a play mat, sleeping pad, or a surface for an outdoor picnic!  The mats are lightweight with a non-slip grip and easy to clean with soap and water.

Benefits of yoga for children:
-Better flexibility, coordination, concentration and balance
-Boosts the immune system
-Reduce stress
-Improves circulation, posture, focus, and digestion

The Little Yoga Mat is made with NO toxic materials and the colors are created with soy based ink.  It is also biodegradable and recyclable.  Laytex, PVC, lead, and allergen-free.


My daughter absolutely loves her yoga mat!  The second she got it she wanted to start doing her yoga DVD Yoga by the Dozen!  I love that she has a fun thing to do on her own that is great for her in so many ways!  My husband does yoga every morning (helps his neck and back cope from working at a computer).  My little yogi comes up to our room first thing with her mat tucked under her arm so she can exercise with her Dad...adorable!  She likes to show off her warrior poses. :):)

Jensen Wheeler Wolfe founded The Little Yoga Mat:
"I was teaching yoga at my daughter's preschool and cutting adult-sized mats into quarters for the children." The smaller mats became a valuable teaching aid and the children loved having their own mats.  After class the parents would ask where they could buy one and then The Little Yoga Mat came to be.

The children's yoga mats come in 2 styles: Lotus and Sun.  They can be purchased for $25!

The Little Yoga Mat is giving one away! (US only)

Here's how to win:

1. Like The Little Yoga Mat on Facebook
2. Fill out form below

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Giveaway will end Tuesday, June 7th at Midnight MST. Winner will be chosen by Random.org.I was given a mat to review, no other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.  









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Comments

Kate and Wes said…
I love the lotus mat. My daughter is always wanting to get out my mat and do yoga so this would be fun for her!
Alicia C. said…
I love that the mats are textured to add to the sensory dimension of the mats!
ohmiss14 at yahoo dot com ☮
Shippee Crafts said…
My little one will love having his own version since copying Mommy is such a hit. What a great pattern too!
daivabaum said…
I liked the Sun mat
poniabaum at gmail dot com
lewalk said…
I absolutely love the Lotus mat. It would go perfectly as a gift for my niece with a yoga DVD I won for her. How very cute.

lewalk(at)hotmail(dot)com
Heather said…
My 2 year old would love this! And I love that this is hypoallergenic and so easy to carry.
Anonymous said…
I thought the baby yoga was silly and funny. :) I had never thought of doing yoga WITH my baby!

April Whatcott Kimball
awhatcott(at)hotmail(dot)com
Nina H said…
I love that this can fit in a diaper bag!
Tweet: http://twitter.com/#!/hungrymonkey09/status/75741293329907712
hungrymonkey09 at gmail dot com
Lovely Riah said…
I like that is is small for the 0-4 crowd. Now my baby will have her own mat at mom n baby yoga!!!
riaharnett at gmail dot com
Anonymous said…
I like the Sun Mat.
Thanks for the chance!

raceracegirl at yahoo dot com
Christine said…
I like the Sun Mat.
Thanks for the chance!

raceracegirl at yahoo dot com
Kristi S said…
I love their suggestions for yoga with toddlers, there are some good ideas!
kristisummit(at)gmail(Dot)com
Chris said…
http://twitter.com/#!/sunshyne1977/status/78138660976984064

love that it fits in a diaper bag!
Dana West said…
I like the Lotus mat! Thanks for the giveaway!
dana10879@yahoo.com
olygirl said…
I love that the mats are dyed using soy based inks!
dailymom said…
I learned this is 10 inches smaller than other kids' mats
heididaily at gmail dot com
cpage2323 said…
my daughter would like the lotus mat.
trixie420247 at yahoo dot com
Connie said…
I love the lotus mat!
Connie
CGruning at aol.com
Shanee said…
This is for children up to four years old! My kids would love this!

shaneemcfarland@gmail.com
jadavis said…
I love that it's small enough for the little one to tote around!
jadavis42@tntech.edu
jadavis said…
tweeted at http://www.tightwadinutah.com/2011/05/giveaway-little-yoga-mat-us.html

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