About

A yoga practice is often referred to as a journey. I wanted to create a destination on that journey by giving it a fixed address: 108 Yoga Road.


Why 108?

The number 108 is a symbolic number in yoga. You can find it as the number of beads on mala necklace which is used as a way to count while meditating.

x Jen (founder).

three yogis practicing by the beach with their arms stretched overhead using a yoga strap

Purpose

This journey stated with a simple task.
Getting a yoga mat to practice (safely). It has become an even bigger one.

 

To provide quality yoga resources, and to create ethical and sustainable products from recycled goods right here in Australia.
It’s a work in progress.

Social Responsibility

50% of our profits are re-invested into researching circular economy solutions.

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three yoga friends laughing and walking with their yoga mats

People

On the surface it looks like a one woman show, a yogi with thousands of hours on the mat. In reality it’s a complex network of amazing yogis, crafts people, and local manufacturers that make this venture possible.

Sustainability

Our office is fossil-fuel free. We choose to use green energy suppliers.

Our banking and financial partners are chosen for their environmental values, commitments to diversity and inclusion.

We use recycled paper and card for printing and packaging. Which, we hope you'll recycle too.

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cute yoga couple looking at each other

Values

Yoga principles are at the very heart of all our decisions.

 

108 Yoga Road follows the yamas from Pantanjali’s eight limbs as our guiding principles.

Background

108 Yoga Road is a female run, independent company. Founded by yogi, Jen Paynter.

Jen believes that products can and should be environmentally responsible, beautiful, well-made and functional. She also thinks the world would be a better place if more people did yoga.

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108 Yoga Road founder Jen Paynter yogipreneaur