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8 Yoga Subscription Boxes To Help You Find Zen

By Desirée Kaplan

Nowadays, enthusiasts can choose from a wide range of subscription boxes which cater to almost every interest. Services like the SeaCrate, a monthly subscription box for beach lovers or the Unicorn Dream Box, which offers all things unicorns, make sure that even the most unique interests are covered. 

Luckily, yoga practitioners and meditators have great options too. Subscription boxes can help curate useful tools to spark motivation and self-discovery. So instead of looking for inspiration, it promptly shows up at your doorstep every month. With less time spent searching for the right gear and more time for focusing on bringing out your best self, what's not to love? 

Below are eight subscription boxes that can help yoga practitioners, meditation gurus, or just anyone interested in unwinding surround themselves with items that can help take them to the next level.

1. BuddhiBox

Founded by yoga teacher, Maxine Chapman, BuddhiBox is all about promoting the yogi lifestyle. Every box includes cruelty-free, ethically sourced items tied to yoga principles. BuddhiBox also makes sure to only work with vendors that have sustainable and eco-friendly practices. 

Yogis can expect to find yoga accessories, food and beauty product within each box. There are also unique items in each shipment like an intention card, yoga posture card, and an inspirational quote. Subscribers can opt for the Yoga, BBEO, or Jewelry Box. Whatever the choice, a portion of sales from every box supports a global charity.

In an email interview with Green Matters, Maxine explains her passion for helping people through this box, saying, “I pick a different charity to partner with each month to donate proceeds to. Past non-profits include Shelter to Soldier that takes dogs from shelters and trains them to be therapy dogs for combat vets and GLOW (Go light Our World) that raises money for solar power solutions for impoverished villages in Africa and Asia.”