Friday, December 4, 2015

Caring Causes: Manduka/Bent on Learning

Manduka, creators of high-performance yoga gear designed for and by yogis, revealed its first-ever artist collaboration bringing Ryan McGinness’ renowned figure drawings to its legendary PRO Mat series. The limited edition mat will be sold online only at For every Ryan McGinness PRO Mat purchased, Manduka will gift two yoga classes for children in the nonprofit organization Bent on Learning, bringing yoga into underserved public schools to support a healthier, more compassionate learning environment. 

To support Bent on Learning and view the new mat, please visit: 
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About Manduka
Founded in 1997, Manduka was built on the simple idea that a better yoga mat can make a world of difference in your practice. Manduka strives to support and enrich the yoga community by providing premium quality mats and products while respecting and enhancing its ecosystem and environment. Created for and by yoga enthusiasts, Manduka's technical and purpose-driven products are transforming the practice of yoga around the globe. Today Manduka's products, which include legendary yoga mats, performance towels, studio and lifestyle bags, a suite of innovative accessories and now apparel for both men and women, are sold throughout 65 countries in yoga studios, select specialty retailers, and online. With a keen focus on superior design, Manduka also promotes their ethos of quality, innovation and sustainability in all realms of their business.
About Ryan McGinness
Ryan McGinness is an American artist, living in New York City. His work is in the permanent public collections of the Museum of Modern Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, Cincinnati Art Museum, MUSAC in Spain and the Misumi Collection in Japan. See more of Ryan’s work at: 
About Bent on Learning 
Bent On Learning brings yoga into underserved public schools and classrooms to support a healthier, more compassionate learning environment where kids can thrive. For 15 years, they have been providing weekly yoga programs to schools during the academic day, serving 18,000 children to date and paving the way for making health and happiness an integral part of the curriculum of schools. For more info visit:

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