Sandbags are often used in both yoga and pilates to deepen stretches by placing the sandbag on your knees during seated poses, on your thigh in a kneeling pose, or to stretch your arms behind your back. Why pay the high costs of shipping 10 pounds of sand, and then be stuck with a 10 pound bag that may not be the correct weight for you? Our bags contain a unique, double-zippered, leak-proof system so that you can easily fill the sandbags with any dry item such as sand, beans, wheat, corn, or rice. You can then adjust to your desired weight. Having both a zippered inner liner and a zippered outer liner prevents leakage. The outer liner can easily be removed and washed. The beautiful colors, high quality, and unique design all combine to make this an exceptional product. These bags are great for studios and health clubs! The sandbags come in many different colors, which many customers have used to differentiate varying weights. The dimensions of the unfilled sandbag are 7.5'' wide by 17'' long.
Want same day shipping? Place your order before noon (EST) and we will ship it the same day from one of our wholesale warehouses! Do you want receive your yoga gear even faster? For expedited service, give us a call at 1-800-331-8233, so we can ensure you get your products exactly when you need them.
- We offer both Fedex and USPS options
- If using a P.O. Box, please select the USPS or our Economy Shipping method
- For more details, read our Shipping Policy Page
We want our customers to know that we appreciate their business, that’s why we offer an easy return policy. Yoga Direct understands that sometimes products are not what they seemed like on the internet... so we are giving you the chance to send it back with no hassles! Just submit an RMA request through your account and we will send you everything you need -- simple as that!!
- For full return policy details, including return policy for wholesale and international orders, read our Easy Returns Page
- For information on how to submit an RMA Request, read our RMA Process FAQ