Learn to thread your Feelix Yoga Strap and take your practice to new places.
Over the Shoulder - Threading Animation
Loop the Loop - Threading Animation
Ready to Ride - Threading Animation
Thread your lock
The clever wooden locking system gives you lots of options for using your strap.
To carry your mat
Hold your lock, one slot to the left, two to the right with the writing side up.
Then just like a Sun Sal, take the strap down (Slot 1), half-up (2) down (3). The loop at the back between one and two is where your mat goes.
Need a whole body size loop?
Thread the strap all the way to the rivet before you start.
PS. If you're a leftie, the whole thing also works in reverse, just flip the lock to take Slot 1 to the right, and work right to left.
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Loop the Loop -
The perfect yoga backpack
Create a loop and place it around the bottom of the mat.
Pop the lock into position by threading (down) through Slot 1. Stop the lock from sliding by using the notch.
Place the mat against the bag. Take the strap through the top handle then under the shoulder straps before coming back through the top handle.
Close the lock, threading up through Slot 2 and down through 3.
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To keep the long end out of the way, tuck it into your bag
Over the Shoulder -
More than a yoga mat sling
Thread the strap under the rivet to create the first loop for your mat.
To create the second loop. From the top thread strap down through the wooden lock, into Slot 1.
Thread up through Slot 2, leave enough room at the back for your mat.
Thread down through Slot 3 to close and lock
Add your mat. You can tuck the little end under the wood for extra security. The shorter the tail the longer the length. Adjust for shoulder or cross-body to suit.
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To remember which is which, one slot, is Slot 1.
Ready to Ride -
Carry your mat on your bike
Place rolled travel mat alongside bike frame.
Starting from the rivet end, create a loop encasing the bike frame and mat.
Wind the strap around frame and mat towards the handlebars.
Use lock to secure in place. Thread through Slot 1, then pull the strap back on itself and around the bike to close through Slots 2 and 3.
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Use your hip to hold the mat in place while you attach.