Building an At-Home Yoga Studio

We at IMPACT Magazine created our dream at-home yoga studio at the beautiful Shane Homes Showhome in Calgary, AB.

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At-Home Yoga Studio
Photo: Katy Whitt

With a small office space (78 sq. ft.) as our starting point, we wanted to show our readers that you don’t need a massive space to create your own little slice of yoga heaven at home.

Our cozy, comfortable, fully-equipped yoga studio has all of the accessories a yogi needs for a well-supported practice, all within a few square metres. Our studio is complete with a snack and beverage station for a pre- or post-practice tea, coffee, juice, or bite of dark chocolate. We added a few succulent accents to bring nature to you, and don’t forget to light a fabulous candle or burn some stress-melting palo santo before rolling out your mat!

The beauty is in the details, and the quality of the practice materials you choose can help you take your at-home practice to the next level. Throw on your favourite online class or cue up a calming playlist and enjoy deepening your yoga practice from the comfort of your own home. Here are a few of our favourite products to help get you set up.

Location: Shane Homes Show Home in the Hamptons.
Model: Kristin Jostad, owner Passage Studios.
Photos: Katy Whitt.


Left to Right: Body-Mind Workouts Poly Foam Yoga Blocks, $20; B Yoga B MATs, $52-$96; Halfmoon Crescent Meditation Cushion, $90; AC Yoga Bolsters, $75-$110; Lolë Yoga Mat Strap, $15; Dr. Dri’s Everyday Surface Spray, $15; Neal’s Yard Midnight Pillow Mist, $35.
Blocks, MATs, Cushion and Bolster courtesy of Yoga MCC.


Left: Hemp creamer and food items courtesy of Linas Italian Supermercato; Harmonious Traditions Copper Moscow Mule, $30.
Right: Wild Harvest Botanicals Palo Santo, $20; Neal’s Yard Remedy to Roll – Meditation, $19; Dr. Dri’s Takeaway & Tabletop Hand Sanitizer, $9, $18; Rviita Energy Tea, 10 for $50 or 20 for $95.
Moscow Mule and Palo Santo courtesy of Yoga MCC.


Left: Lolë I Glow Water Bottle, $33; Lolë Mini Towel, $22; iosis Linen Throw at Inspirati, $299.
Right: Neal’s Yard Organic Aromatherapy Reed Diffuser, $69.


Left to Right: Milk Jar Candle Co. Candles, $27; tea, food items courtesy: Linas Italian Supermercato; kokedamas and succulents courtesy: Adele’s Fioreria, at Linas Italian Supermercato.


Above: Kristin Jostad wearing a Lolë Venture Crop Top, $59; and Bewildher Crystal Vase Run Wild Tights,$118; sitting on a Lolë I Glow Yoga Mat, $45; and iosis Linen Throw at Inspirati, $299.


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