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Yogi Surprise Jewelry Box Review + Coupon – March 2017

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Yogi Surprise Jewelry is a monthly jewelry subscription that delivers you two pieces of yoga-inspired jewelry and a snack with each shipment.

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Yoga has been an on-and-off part of my life for several years now. Part of my 2017 resolutions are focused on bringing it back, as well as the practice of meditation and mindfulness. I’m excited to see how the pieces in this box can support that journey!

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This review is of the Yogi Surprise Jewelry, $24.95 a month, box. 

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The Subscription Box: Yogi Surprise Jewelry

The Cost: $24.95

COUPON: Use code MSAYOGI to save 15% off your subscription, for the life of your subscription.

OR

If you are a new subscriber, bonus Chakra Healing Stones will be included in your first box!

The Products: 2 handmade yoga-inspired jewelry items, plus one superfood or organic treat

Ships to: U.S.

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Every month, the box gives away a yoga retreat! How amazing is that? Post a photo with the hashtag #yogisurprise to get in on the next giveaway.

 

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The theme this month is “Time to Blossom”. Spring is back (even if it doesn’t always look like it outside), and it’s time to ground ourselves in preparation.

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To help in the process, this box provides a yoga sequence, as well as jewelry that features lava rock and tiger eye. Lava comes from the depths of the earth, so it’s not surprising that it’s known for its grounding qualities. Coupled with balancing tiger eye, these stones should help inspire a more settled, sure mood for my March.

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Lava Rock and Tiger Eye Mala – Listed Value $86.00

Isn’t this a gorgeous piece? Worn long around my neck, the tassel hits just below my belly button. I love the deep colors and the porous texture of the beads.

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The idea of the mala is to essentially count the beads as you say your mantra. Obviously, there are a lot of beads, so doing this simple practice should help you focus and meditate. I really appreciate having these kinds of exercises to help guide my meditation, as my busy mind is easily distracted. It’s also interesting to stop and look at each bead individually, appreciating the small differences in their shape.

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Lava Rock and Tiger Eye Adjustable Bracelet – Listed Value $38.00

This bracelet is sort of the “to go” version of the mala. I like how, when I catch a glimpse of these beads on my wrist, I immediately am reminded of my meditation practice. It’s a nice reminder to slow down and take a breath, even if I’m on the go.

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Santosha Coconut & Hawaiian Pink Sea Salt Chocolate Bar, 1 oz. – Value $4.00

There’s a treat in the box as well. I love the pink packaging (pink to match the sea salt, get it?).

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I love chocolate and dark chocolate, especially, so I was surprised that I really didn’t care for this bar. I’m not sure if it was the coconut or the sea salt, but the flavor had a sour quality to it that didn’t pair well with the bitterness of the dark chocolate.

SPOILER ALERT!

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There’s a spoiler for next month, too! This tree necklace looks perfect for Earth Day and beyond.

Verdict: My first thought with this box is whether the jewelry pieces are really worth quite as much as they say. Nicer stones like these can be a bit pricey, but to think the items in this box totaled $128.00 sounds unreasonably high. That said, I do think it’s well worth the $25.00 price! I loved the pieces I received, and I look forward to building my collection. The chocolate was a swing and a miss for me, but I’m not sweating it. The value came through in the jewelry for me, which is exactly how I’d hoped it’d be.

Do you use items like the ones in Yoga Surprise Jewelry in your yoga or mindfulness practice?

Written by Anna Reilly

Anna Reilly

Anna loves collecting little treasures, be they pop-culture finds, handmade mementos, or new potions to put in her makeup bag. Beauty boxes got her interested in the subscription world, but now she’s swooning for all things kawaii!

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9 Comments

  1. Color me stupid what does pink have to do with sea salt? I didn’t get it

  2. I want this box so bad. I appreciate the construct of the bracelet. It’s not just in stretchy string. This Mala is so pretty and a nice choice of stones. I’m going to wait for a great coupon before I subscribe. Thanks for the honest review!

  3. Really appreciate your honest reviews!

  4. Their chocolate treat always taste like crap but I love their jewelry.

  5. Great review! I love this piece. If I order today do you know if I’ll receive the March box or will they send April? Thanks!

  6. The jewelry pieces were awesome this month. Great quality in my opinion, and I’m picky. This bracelet is one of my favorites now, and I’ve got all of the Kendra Scott, Alexis Bitters, and Halcyon Days varieties (and Les Nereides, Bangle up ….. yep I have a problem). The chocolate was terrible, but for some reason it almost always is in this box. If only they would try out the Fixx chocolates that Robb Vices featured recently, now that was amazing.

  7. How many malas do they expect a person to need? Each month is too similar to warrant a long term subscription.

    • I agree with Kim. At first I really wanted to subscribe to this box, but having thought about it more I’ve realized the irony in sending so many malas when the spiritual traditions behind them have the goal of freeing ourselves from being so obsessed with earthly possessions and consumerism. To turn that idea into collecting jewelry just seems wrong!

    • Kim, I’m in agreement with you and actually stopped my subscription to the jewelry box, partly due to having enough jewelry to last quite awhile and then to focus on getting some bills paid. I did really like this one though, the black is amazing! And, thanks to yogi surprise, I do have a nice collection of malas.

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