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WorkIt Wednesday : Aurorae Yoga Mat + Candle

Hello Neighbors!

How is everyone doing this morning?  I am doing great.  We've had our run this morning, came back sweaty and gross, but doing good.  :)  Today I want to introduce a company called Aurorae Yoga!

Aurorae Yoga

Aurorae sent me a Yoga Mat and a 100% Soy Wax Scented Candle.  I'll be reviewing both of these a little further down, but first let me tell you a little bit about the company.

"Aurorae is a family business founded in 2009 by yoga student and cancer survivor, Dennis Ingui, and sells the best reviewed yoga mats, yoga accessories and yoga apparel on Cancer-free for more than 10 years, Ingui started Aurorae as an outlet in his life to help build his body and develop inner peace of mind. Aurorae yoga products have a 5-star Feedback rating from Amazon and became the top rated yoga mat after less than a year in operation. Aurorae has expanded from yoga mats to accessories, apparel and spa products and takes pride in its customer service policy  and its determination to make your yoga experience as enjoyable as possible. Aurorae considers all customers, supporters, partners and employees a part of its Aurorae family and treats everyone with the same respect, kindness and love that each deserves."

Okay, first up, the Yoga Mat.  I don't take Yoga, but I do know that there are many different exercises that a mat is helpful for.  I have personally used this mat for stretching (I have been able to touch my head to the floor several times now!), and love it.

The 1/4 thickness of the mat is great.  I have had other mats before, but they don't do much because they are so thin.  It also has memory foam in the mat!  How great is that?

I also received a 100% Soy All Natural Pledge Candle in the Patience (Rose) scent.  We opened the candle and everyone in the room could smell it right away!  Aurorae's Aromatherapy Candles are made to help you concentrate on a specific state of mind.  I also really like that there is no black soot from these candles!

Aurorae sells the best reviewed yoga mats, yoga apparel,and yoga and meditation accessories online. You can browse their yoga mats, yoga bags, yoga apparel and other yoga accessories here.

Aurorae is going to send 1 of my Neighbors a Classic Yoga Mat and a Pledge Candle!

Disclosure : I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive product for review purposes only.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website.

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I would like to try a lavender scented candle.
latanya t said…
I want to try the Rose ~ Patience candle
Coolestmommy said…
I think I'd try Lavendar.
Unknown said…
Super blog! I would love to try the Tropical ~ Peace Candle!!!
I'd love to try the Perseverance: Ocean Scented Candle!
Shelly Leatham said…
I would love the Peace: Tropical Scented Candle
Unknown said…
I'd love a creativity or compassion candle.
andrea v said…
I like the tropical scent
Bessamy said…
I would like to try Passion Raspberry. It just sounds cool. Thanks for the chance!
Ellen said…
I'd love to try the Perseverance: Ocean Scented Candle!

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