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  • Upclycled fabrics
  • Handmade in France
  • Artisan dyeing & serigraphy
  • OEKO-TEX® certified inks

A perfect ally for your intimate moments of relaxation and yoga practice. Elaborated with naturally dyed upcycled fabrics sourced locally, screen printed with unique designs, filled with organic spelt husks. 

Saikuru means “cycle” in Japanese. This motif is inspired by the cycle of life. The rhythm, the eternal renewal, like the waves of the sea, sometimes high, sometimes low; one does not exist without the other.

Bolsters are used in yoga practice as support, in numerous ways. A regular practice of yoga and meditation boosts the immune system and brings mental clarity and calmness; increases body awareness; relieves chronic stress patterns, among the many benefits.


Reused textiles (linen, cotton, synthetic). Artisan dyeing and serigraphy. Water-based and OEKO-TEX® certified inks, harmless for your skin or the environment.

Filling: refillable and adjustable organic spelled balls.

Colour: Charcoal and white colors.


Cover washable at 30°.

Measurements and weight

Lenght 60 cm | Diameter 20 cm
Weight 2.3 kg

About the Brand

Anne's childhood dream was creating a workshop where she could play, experiment and create. This is how AMES SENSIBLES was borned. Located at Les ateliers de la Tannerie (Seine-et-Marne, France), a former tannery factory that now brings together artists and craftsmen.

Anna is personally involved in the upcycling process, recovering textiles to create her products. Fabrics with a previous life coming from recycling centers in the region, others are sourced from local upholsterers, and are used to make unique pieces. Before becoming bolsters, cushions or murals for your practice, these fabrics were carefully selected, stripped bare, washed and then transformed.

Serigraphy, an ancestral Chinese technique, allowed Anne to print the patterns she imagined. This technique, close to the stencil, consists of making a matrix by hand, or on a computer. Once created, it can be printed endlessly and it adapts to many supports. Inks are water-based and OEKO-TEX® certified, so they will not damage your skin nor leave no trace in the environment.