The Earthwalking Marketplace welcomes our partners in sacred trade!

Earthwalking hand-picked a small and wonderful group of marketeers who are happy to share and sell what they're passionate about. The offerings range from authentic North American medicine drums, beautifully crafted ceremonial and smudging items, fairly made and traded german yogawear that is simple yet sophisticated, and HOMies yogamats, of course - if there ever was such a thing like 'good karma shopping therapy', it's here!

Learn more about our marketeers, who share our sacred vision through what they do!

About YOIQI:

YOIQI is leisure wear. We honour the fact that fabric follows the body's movement. It is our intend to make it feel good and look good. This is provided by using only fine egyptian organic cotton in a clear and timeless design. YOIQI yoga wear is manufactured in cooperation with the egyptian culture initiative SEKEM (, fairly made and fairly traded. Our clothes are made for yoga, but if you feel just so at ease wearing them, like we do, wear them whenever, wherever you are.

About CHAKA:

Chaka means Bridge in Quechua. Quechuan /ˈkɛtʃwən/, also known as runa simi ("people's language"), is a Pre-Colonial Native American language family spoken primarily in the Andes region of South America, derived from a common ancestral language.

The aim of this project is to connect through specific products South America and Europe, to create a bridge between cultures for a mutual help, to promote old, strong and deep traditions, to recover forgotten roots and to walk on the path of self-consciousness development.

The material way to get to this purpose is to bring to Europe pure (not processed) and healthy products, used for self care, energizing or purification in everyday life as well as in ceremonial circumstances.

About MICHAEL METZLER, der Glockenladen:

Michael provides Native American Medicine Drums, singing bowls and bell. Being a percussionist himself, occasionaly touring the world, he also teaches the art of playing drums, most notably to Ana Forrest whenever she's in Berlin.

His family has been running a bell foundry for four generations now, and you can find many of their beautifully manufactured bells, such as the cup bell, among an amazing collection of other instruments and noise makers at Michael's shop in Berlin.