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Crystal Cove Home Yoga Pillow Bundle @ Costco - $124.99

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Was looking for a good bolster, and the thin one was highly regarded on Amazon. Decided to buy directly through the Crystal Cove website (because, f bezos), and saw they are offering 20% off for Labor Day (putting this bundle at around $150). But, then saw this very well-priced bundle through Costco heart

Meditating 20 minutes a day has subtly altered my entire life. Recommend doing it on a pillow.

Made from buckwheat hulls: heavier and more supportive than most pillows/bolsters.


Don't see a lot of yoga and mindfulness products on here.. I guess they are kind of anathema to consumerism .. Enjoy!
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This seems ridiculously expensive even relative to other buckwheat pillows. You don't need this for mindfulness or meditation. However, it does come in handy to get on a high horse I guess. You can achieve the same seated position with a folded yoga blanket or a stadium seat if you also want back support.
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This seems ridiculously expensive even relative to other buckwheat pillows. You don't need this for mindfulness or meditation. However, it does come in handy to get on a high horse I guess. You can achieve the same seated position with a folded yoga blanket or a stadium seat if you also want back support.
I think the sustainability, quality, and design are the selling points.

Good bolsters run $40-60, for reference.

Nothing wrong with paying for form to meet function. Frankly, you seem to be the one saddled up.
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