In my talk and poster, I will motivate dark matter from composite Higgs models. In this framework, the dark matter candidate is a pseudo-Nambu Goldstone boson (pNGB) of a spontaneously broken symmetry, that lies naturally at the electroweak scale. In non-minimal scenarios, other pNGBs arise which can be lighter than the dark matter candidate and therefore affect its phenomenology significantly (a possibility which has been often disregarded in the literature). I will motivate this scenario in concrete composite Higgs models and discuss the emerging signatures at direct and indirect detection experiments. I will finally present the complementarity between these and future collider probes.