African Inspired Yoga Blankets

Kobo Ke Bophelo (The blanket is life)


Everyone's familiar with using a yoga mat to do yoga, but have you ever tried using a yoga blanket? You can layer one of our blankets or throws on top of your mat to add warmth and grip for your feet, you can wrap yourself up in a blanket during Savasana, or you can use it as a prop during tough poses. Here are 5 ways to incorporate a Thula Tula blanket into your yoga practice. Soon you will wonder what you ever did without a yoga blanket!


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Story of the Basotho Blanket

Kobo Ke Bophelo (The blanket is life)


The Basotho Blanket has deep cultural and historical meaning to the people of Lesotho, a small landlocked country in Southern Africa. The blanket is woven into the culture and fabric of the Basotho nation. The blanket is used in all aspects of Basotho life, traditional ceremonies and celebrations from childbirth to weddings, As rites of passage to manhood and many more. The blanket is seen as a symbol of the mountain kingdom as Lesotho is affectionately known. To find out more about the rich history of these heirloom blankets


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Soft & Warm


Heirloom Quality Buttery Soft & Cozy for Ultimate Comfort

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Weather Resistant


Made with Thick, Tight Weave to Repel Wet, Cold & Dirt

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Machine Wash


Easy to Clean

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Hypoallergenic


Made from the Finest Dirt and Mite Resitant Merino Wool & Microfiber


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