Where to find cool yoga gear and accessories in Toronto

Bye bye plain ol’ black leggings – we’ve found the best picks in the city to up your yoga fashion game and keep that blissed-out feeling going well after savasana is over. Whether in the studio or in your own at-home sanctuary, these local favourites offer high fashion, high function and high quality essentials for every yogi.

The Rock Store

154 Harbord Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1H2

Whether you’re in need of a chakra alignment or want to learn more about yoga’s roots, this soothing space in the heart of the Annex offers a ton of products to complement your practice outside the studio. Here you’ll find Himalayan crystal salt lamps, healing crystals and incense that will take your relaxation to the next level. Delve deeper into the spiritual side of the ancient practice and browse the must-read collection of books for every yogi.

Titika Canada

357 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2A4

For yoga practitioners who want turn their fashion game up a notch, this Toronto-based brand, which started in 2009 by a George Brown College graduate, blends fashion with function. Here, you’ll find pieces you’ll want to rock in downward dog or drinks after work – from super breathable leggings to an ultra-chic moisture wick bomber, complete with edgy mesh detailing.


373 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 2M8

Ultra-modern meets ultra-chic at this Roncesvalles boutique, which carries some of the most coveted activewear and lifestyle products in the city. Up your yoga game in a snakeskin printed sports bra, layered with a flowy tank and a pair of fierce tie-dye leggings. Feeling sore the day after that Power class? Fill up your tub and add a handful of one of our fave Ardith products: epsom salts with lavender and lime.

The Big Carrot Wholistic Dispensary

320 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 1N8

This Danforth staple not only dishes up one of the best vegetarian delis in town, but also one of the most robust selections of natural body care and yoga essentials in the city. Next time you’re popping in to grab a juice after class, swing by the body care section and check out the range of oils, natural mat cleansers, mats and candles.

The humidex is off the charts, summer festivals are in full swing and patios are packed. Yes, summer has finally arrived in the 6. To survive the dog days of summer, we’ve handpicked some of our top spots for must have summer essentials – from sunscreen, swimsuits and sunnies, to bikes, hats and sandals. [Image credit: iStock.com/Atilla ALTUN]
It’s not about how much you spend when decking out your space, it’s about those quality finds that reflect your unique style and taste. From one-of-a-kind found objects and mid-century furnishings to coasters inspired by TTC tokens or a bubble gum pink turntable, here’s our picks for the best design shops in the city for tasteful objects and necessary accessories alike. [Image credit: iStock.com/jodiejohnson]
While there’s no shortage of shopping options at Yonge and Eglinton, we’ve picked out our local faves, some of which have been flying under the radar for years. Stroll through a used clothing shop, a charming bookstore, a boutique toting a modern collection of men’s and women’s garb, an art store or a spot for new skincare items. Here’s our guide to shopping on Eglinton Avenue. [Image credit: iStock.com/Troels Graugaard]
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