Sarah Chambers is the founder of Hugger Mugger™. She was an accomplished woodworker when she discovered Yoga. The sport's tremendous impact of her health made Yoga a way of life for Sarah. She began developing wooden and fabric tools to help with her practice in 1986.
She began developing products for fellow yogis, including the company's namesake, Hugger Muggers. She developed apparel meant to conceal and comfort. Since the word "hugger-mugger" means "to conceal" the catchy name, Hugger Mugger fit.
Among Hugger Mugger's most notable designs is the Tapas Sticky Mat. Predecessor mats were not designed specifically for Yoga and would deteriorate quickly with use. The Tapas Sticky Mat was the first long-term performance yoga mat and continues to set the standards for the industry. For more than 25 years, Hugger Mugger has been known as an innovator of technically advanced yoga products serving yoga teachers and students throughout the world. For every online sale, Hugger Mugger gives back by donating a percentage of the profit to a different organization each quarter.
Reviews and Questions
- Lou G.Verified BuyerRated 5 out of 5 stars2 years agoReviewingHugger Mugger Silk Yoga Eye Pillow - Beads CobaltGood quality
I love eye pillows. Very helpful for relaxation. This one is soft and comfy, perfect weight.
- Margaret D.Verified BuyerRated 5 out of 5 stars3 years agoReviewingHugger Mugger Silk Yoga Eye Pillow - Beads CobaltGood for people with allergies
I especially love that there’s no fragrance in this.
- KittymomVerified BuyerRated 5 out of 5 stars7 years agoReviewingHugger Mugger Silk Yoga Eye Pillow - BeadsThese eyebags are actually very easy to wash!
I use these eyebags in my studio precisely because they are very easy to wash. You can wash the eyebag with the beads inside. You don't have to empty them out. I've been doing this once a month for about 15 years and haven't had any problems at all!
- NycaVerified BuyerRated 3 out of 5 stars8 years agoReviewingHugger Mugger Silk Yoga Eye Pillow - BeadsOkay eye bag, but could be better
I purchased this eyebag to replace my favorite one (of a different brand) that I lost while traveling. This Hugger-Mugger eyebag with a silk cover looked similar, so I bought it. How does it compare? The silk covering is good quality, but all the little beads inside the zipper pouch were loose and not encased in a separate bag. This means that there is no way to wash the silk cover easily. You have to carefully dump out all the beads into a bowl to empty the silk bag for washing. Then you have to use a funnel to get the tiny beads back into the bag -- otherwise, the beads will go flying everywhere! It's ridiculous. My old eyebag enclosed the beads in an inner cotton pouch which kept all the beads together and made it so easy to remove it to wash the outer silk cover. I am now going to have to find a friend who sews to make a simple cotton inner pouch for the beads. Also, I didn't think the bag had enough filling in it, so I added some raw rice grains. So, the eyebag is okay but definitely needs some simple improvements!