For some people, yoga is simply a practice that facilitates a reestablishment of one’s own innate nature.
For others, yoga is the thing(s) they do in the wee hours of the morning to help unbind the nadi knots of the previous day.
For other people, yoga is the collection of practices and disciplines they do throughout their life aimed at polishing the mirror of the soul in order to better reflect God.
And yet, for others, yoga is apparently this weird thing people can never let go of because if they did the co-dependent relationship they’ve created between it and them spins out of control in a sea of endless Maya while life becomes an increasing distraction and overtakes their innocence to the point where all that they once believed to be good and right thunders down into their already bludgeoning mind trailed by feasting bed-sore-ridden demons gnashing their putrid teeth while scratching festering blood-stained anuses.
Thankfully, it never has to get to that.
Introducing the “Yoga Mat Sandal” by Sanuk. From the website:
Not enough time to hit the mats? You’ll feel like you haven’t missed a single pose in yoga class with this Sanuk favorite. And yes, they’re made out of real yoga mats.
- Footbed Made From Real Yoga Mat!
- Synthetic Leather with Printed Jersey Liner
- Vegan and Vegetarian
Finally! Now you can pretend to do yoga even while you hunt for that perfect avocado in Whole Foods! I can hear it now:
You know, the one problem have with yoga is that I can’t do it wherever and whenever I want. I mean, WTF, right?! This is my life and I’m in the driver’s seat. I just feel like…I don’t know…like, if I want to walk around the farmer’s market and at the same time still feel like my feet are connected to my crumbling, stinky, bacteria-infested Jade yoga mat, than I should be able to do whatever I want, right? I mean, I paid for this stuff. I should be able to have it and do it however I want!
Well, now you can have it and do it whenever you want.
Seriously. Yoga Mat Sandals? Are you f’ing kidding me?! Are we that silly that we refuse to allow our yoga practice to rest? Come on, people…. Let. It Go. Just get up early, do your practice, and move on.
If you need help, start here. Pema (who probably wouldn’t like our site) lays it down in her characteristic straight-talk fashion: