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Are You an Egg Friendly Yoga Studio or Teacher?

Yoga Teachers Love These Yoga PropsDo you teach yoga or own a studio? Are you looking for a fresh way to enrich your classes and offer more versatility to your students? Yoga Eggs are the perfect one-stop-prop for yoga teachers. You'll be amazed by all of the different things you can do with the Eggs! From Yin and Restorative to Alignment and Vinyasa, the Eggs are adaptable to any style of practice.

And if you use Eggs in your yoga classes, you will be listed on one more of our Egg Friendly directories on our website. If you are already teaching with Eggs, please take a look at the links below to make sure that we have your info listed and contact us if you need to be added.

If you are interested in purchasing Yoga Eggs in bulk, continue reading below for information on some of our most popular options. These packages are priced for teachers and studios. You save when you buy in bulk!


Do You Teach Privates?

If you teach privates, small classes, work out of your house, or travel to your students, our 12 Eggs Sets are a great way to get the Egg rolling, so to speak. Choose Multipurpose Eggs if you just want one versatile Egg that can provide both dynamic and restorative support for most bodies. Choose Yin Yang sets if you want a combination of Hard-Boiled Eggs and Multipurpose Eggs. Read our Buyer's Guide if you want help figuring out what you need.

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How Many Eggs is Enough?

To get the most out of your Eggs, plan on providing 2-4 Eggs per student for most flow classes, and at least 4-6 Eggs per student or yin, restorative, therapeutic classes. Many teachers start with 24 Eggs and still want more!

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Does Your Studio Sell Eggs?

The bulk Eggs on our website are what we call Scrambled Quality Eggs (our unused scratch & dent product). As all our Eggs are handmade, they occasionally end up with some minor scuffs and marks. They are otherwise the same as our retail Eggs, which would look "Scrambled" within a week of being in your studio anyhow.

However, if you are interested in becoming an Egg Dealer and selling Eggs at your studio, you will want Premium Quality Eggs. Contact us to learn more about our wholesale program.

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