The Halfmoon collection is crafted just outside of Vancouver, BC, and thoughtfully designed for a variety of practices. The wisdom of our experience and the energy of the West Coast are woven into everything we create. Whether you’re new to yoga and meditation or looking to take an advanced practice to the next level, our mats, cushions, and props are lovingly made to meet you exactly where you are.
Ground yourself in the new season with a fresh foundation for your practice.
Each style of yoga calls for a different kind of support—discover the best props for the many ways you move.
Help tune in to your body’s wisdom with a bolster— our long, firm cushions offer comfort and support to your practice.
Our Sit Sets ensure your knees, ankles, hips, and spine stay well-aligned and supported, no matter how long you meditate.
It’s time to invest in a yoga blanket: one of the most versatile (and underrated) props around.
If you have trouble shutting out the world and dropping into meditation, an Eye Pillow may be just the prop you’re seeking.
We put our bodies through a lot, and physical stress like working out or even from our jobs (whether it’s sitting all day or moving), as well as mental and emotional stress, can store itself in our bodies as tension. Massage is a great way to reduce and release tension in the body and all the amazing benefits are within our reach at home.
Over time, everyday activities can cause stagnancy, stiffness and fatigue in the body and as habits build, poor posture can easily become second nature. However, the main factors that affect posture are totally within our control, and aren’t difficult to change with consistent awareness. The following tips will help support you in maintaining a better posture.
Tightness in the legs and hips can often lead to a sore and tired lower back. While yoga has many excellent hamstring stretches, these forward folds are usually practiced in a standing or seated position, where the spine can round. By practicing leg stretches on your back, you ensure that the spine remains neutral and supported, which protects the back from flexing and focuses the stretch into the legs.