It began in Veranasi, where Beth McTavish stood on the banks of the Ganges, watching yogis create stillness in the midst of chaos.
Back home in Vancouver, Beth started experimenting with cotton batting – turning it into handcrafted bolsters to use as props in her Iyengar practice. There followed a beautiful collection of handmade bolsters and mediation cushions inspired by modern design and the ancient values of yoga – non-violence, truthfulness, compassion and kindness.
Fast forward 30 years and Half Moon is sister to B Yoga – both Canadian companies founded by like-minded women, sharing the same yoga inspired values to create contemporary yoga mats, yoga bolsters and meditation cushions equally at home in the modern sitting room and home yoga room.
With their pared back, contemporary design it’s not surprising that this Canadian yoga brand has grown quickly, and B Yoga mats are now seen everywhere – from Vancouver to the streets of London.
No wonder a B Yoga Mat is Megan Markle’s yoga mat of choice; a rubber yoga mat ticks all the boxes for a yoga lover and sustainability activist like her. It’s a non slip mat which offers great cushioning without being overly spongy, and is both natural and biodegradable.
In short, the perfect high performance, contemporary eco yoga mat.
Taika is Finnish, meaning magic. Her name, Annakatja, combined with the word taika, celebrates the uniqueness of each piece and its empowering effect as a tool for concentration, calming and positive change.
Annakatja was first introduced to the healing world of mala beads through yoga and meditation. With the help of these sacred meditation tools she found a way to positive change in her life. Impressed by their power and meaning, and wanting to share that power, Annakatja began creating yoga jewellery for other people. She now has thousands of fans all over the world.
Asquith London is one of the premier ethical yoga clothing brands in the UK. Everything - from yoga pants to yoga tops - is sustainably sourced, and all Asquith Pilates & yoga wear collections is ethical clothing - made using eco-friendly fabrics - think organic cotton yoga tops and bamboo yoga clothing.
A keen yoga and Pilates student, Alice has studied what happens on the mat - making yoga bras and yoga tank tops that are designed to stay in place during practice, and yoga pants and leggings that flatter all body shapes. Performance is also critical - bamboo is not only incredibly soft and comfortable, it is also a natural performance fabric - wicking away sweat and lasting a long long time - without fading, bobbling or stretching out of shape.
A busy woman with many friends and interests, Alice knows all about the importance of designing for the studio and the street. If it’s not already, her collection will soon be central to your everyday wardrobe - becoming much loved staples on and off the mat.
Working out of her home in New Jersey, USA, she is the mastermind of handcrafted precision - making sure that each and every pair is beautifully made, just for you. Anna believes all women are beautiful from the inside out. Each and every one of us is constantly on the run. Because of this, our feet are often beat up, neglected, and worn out by everyday life. Bare Sandals want to help you show off that inner beauty while keeping you connected to the Earth and nature. Their sandals do just that. You will feel confident and unique while wearing Bare Sandals outside, in your yard, or at a yoga class. At the same time, the sandals won’t be in your way of feeling the nature around your toes, and experiencing life your way.
Adorn your feet with one of a kind, unique foot jewellery, handcrafted just for you.
The Beautiful Mind Beautiful Body Product Range contains essential oils to balance each Dosha; to balance Vata, Pitta and Kapha.
Aromatic plants and oils have been used for thousands of years as perfumes, incense and cosmetics as well as for their medicinal and culinary applications. In Aromatherapy, essential oils are used both for their scent and for their healing properties. Essential oils are absorbed readily through the skin and into the bloodstream and when we breathe in the aroma, the molecules of the essential oil are quickly absorbed into our bloodstream via the delicate tissues that line our lungs. Essential oils are effective for both physical and emotional well being.
Julia White has been practicing yoga for many years. She is a fully qualified and accredited yoga teacher and a member of the British Wheel of Yoga and Yoga Alliance.
Lo makes each piece by hand in her London studio using naturally hypoallergenic linen that softens with every use, making it perfect to wear close to your skin. The linen is Oeko-Tex Certified, the wheat is grown on a farm in Lancashire and the packaging is FSC-certified, made in the UK from renewable resources.
Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘yug’, meaning ‘to join together.’ This principle is one of the key anchor values of their brand. Everyone involved in the production process is important and chaYkra want consumers to feel a connection with the source of their garments. In fact, a key motivation behind the brand’s creation was their desire to help the Indian community.
chaYkra is committed to the principles of fair trade and have gone to great lengths to ensure the materials and factories they use uphold the highest of ethical standards. They hope the brand values resonate with others.
When you choose to wear chaYkra clothes you are making a choice for sustainable, high quality and stylish yoga-wear.
And being a natural product, shaved from the bark of the cork oak, cork mats feel much nicer to the touch than PVC and plastic ones. It is better for the environment too.
Founder of CorkYogis, Lara Sengupta, has always been passionate about supporting women and girls to fulfil their potential, especially through finding work. The work of the Destiny Reflection Foundation supporting victims of human trafficking in India was the perfect partner for our work and the perfect supplier of their beautiful yoga bags.
She was six months pregnant with her son when she launched - which may explain why she has such a big fan base of yogi mothers. Perhaps they were initially drawn by her yoga mat collaboration with yoga teacher Tara Lee - the beautifully pink, and epically comfortable Bump Mat - which won a gold at the Mother & Baby Awards, and is fab even if you’re not pregnant!
Ekotex Yoga isn’t limited to stunning organic and eco yoga mats. Abbie’s yoga supplies run to yoga mat bags, yoga bolsters and meditation cushions - all in gorgeous primary colours, all using organic cotton. She also stocks yoga accessories like yoga belts and yoga towels. Like Smarties in a jar, but much healthier!
Opening Your Heart To Bhutan is a UK-based charity which brings children with special needs joy and the opportunity to build meaningful lives within their communities.
Through simple, practical acts of compassion, the charity provides access to medical care, disability aids and basic amenities in the isolated rural East of Bhutan. It also empowers disabled young people by helping them access education and training. No-one is paid to run the charity - costs are kept at bare minimum to maximise funds going directly to those most in need.
To donate online or find out more about the charity's work, please visit https://www.openingyourhearttobhutan.com/
Along with fellow designers Cora Schwind and Werner Reimers, the Eternal Bliss collection, which is for men and women, employs beautiful forms and rich symbolism to confer inner strength and openness, guiding the wearer towards their own truth and harmony.
A perfectionist at heart, Olaf pays attention to the smallest details - from the Sanskrit lettering to the colours and form of the gemstones, maintaining each piece's authenticity and heightening its energy.
Her yoga clothes are the last word in sustainable fashion. She offers organic and bamboo yoga clothing with luxurious softness and serious feel-good credentials, at very affordable prices. This is natural yoga clothing at it’s very best.
Free Spirit is also into social sustainability - Christina is a proud supporter of the HOPE Foundation; 5% of sales go to helping Indian children living in poverty go to school to learn and grow... to use their wings.
Home Truths puts the words of mighty women on the things you use every day, reminding you that-
You are mighty.
Never to say sorry when you mean no.
Housework will take all the time if you let it. So don’t let it.
Beautiful, ethically produced and subtly surprising, the Home Truths range gives you space to think.
Their expanding network of community ambassadors & activists are committed to raising awareness and funding in support of their registered charity partners.
The profits from the sales of their yoga t-shirts and tank tops go to the following charities - OURMALA, Yoga Quota, One Love & Young Minds.
The love child of husband and wife team Clare and Darren, they believe what we put on the skin, and what we breathe in, is as important as what we put in our bodies. Therefore their range contains no artificial colours or synthetic fragrances, and they use only food grade vegan and plant based organic ingredients. The candles are made from sustainably sourced soy wax, contain lead-free wicks and are fragranced with 100% essential oils. The atmosphere mists and pillow mists are made with essential oils and are 100% natural even down to the essential preservative. Everything is paraffin free, contains no chemical filler, harsh preservatives, artificial colours or synthetic fragrances.
Made By Coopers started as an idea whilst travelling around India on a three-month yoga expedition. During their travels, they spent a few weeks in an Ayurvedic retreat in Kerala. Here they learned all about the power of plants and natural healing, as well as lots of yoga, meditation, and early five a.m. chanting ceremonies! It was at this retreat, they got to see first hand the plants and herbs be turned into oils to be used for their treatments. To experience how the aromas from the oils made them feel during their massages, and affect their wellbeing in a positive way, was truly a life changing experience.
Stimulating yoga mats inspiring the reunification of body, mind and soul. Combining colour therapy with impacts of symmetrical patterns, such as mandalas and sacred geometry, lift the spirit and motivation.
You will receive a free yoga mat bag with every Yogoja mat purchase.
Ella's background is in costume making and animation. She went on to focus on illustration and design with a strong interest in storytelling through her work.
Yoga Cats is inspired by Ella's very own kitty pals - Chewbacca and Tiger, her two long-haired baggy pantalooned and super fluffy moggies!
All prints are printed professionally on beautiful fine art paper and packed carefully in a cello wrapping and board backed envelope. All of the items are wrapped carefully by Ella, making them great for gifts to others or for you!
Yatay mats are lightweight, recyclable, latex and phthalate-free, anti-microbial and very grippy (with grip increasing as you sweat).
They believe quality products should be available to everyone, and while they are not quite able to give them away for free, they have done our best to make them accessible.
As part of the natural and organic construction and design of class-leading yoga mats, Yatay uses precision laser engraving for the palm tree logo which represents the brand. The level of detail is reflected throughout the entire design and production process.
Wild Planet follows the artisan code in spirit and practice so purity and quality are at the core of everything they do. They enable people to have a calm, healthy existence who value clean-burning scented candles and plant-based diffusers and sprays.
Part experience, part art, part instinct, blending flawless natural scents has taken time, but Wild Planet creates fragrances that work in harmony with your mood, to help you feel calm, lift your spirits and instil your home with pure, natural, aromatherapy.Products are not tested on animals and the packaging is 100% recycled.
The herbs used in Ume incense come from diverse parts of this planet: South East Asia, Indonesia, Korea, China, Tibet, as well as Europe, South America and Arabia. Ume are dedicated to seeking out artisans and independent businesses for the finest quality, ethical products - from herbs and plant material, to papers and printing. They also produce quality stoneware ceramics, botanical mists and package everything by hand at their London studio.
Acknowledging the team effort in gathering the raw materials from around the globe, believing boarders are first created in the mind and every human life has a value, they state their products are ‘made on Earth by humans'.
Therapi uses only those ingredients that are as close to nature as possible to create powerful and effective formulations that are gentle on both your skin and the planet. Rooted in the rich alchemy of the earth, Therapi blends raw organic honey with active botanical extracts to create pure, natural skincare that restores health and vitality.
As a thank you to the wild, Therapi gives 5% of their profits to bee conservation work.
Katy Theakston, the founder of The Owl & The Apothecary, ensures the products contain natural ingredients, chosen for their therapeutic properties and benefits for wellbeing. The essential oils in the Abundance Pulse Point and Wellbeing Pulse Point are Soil Association certified 100% organic, cruelty-free and vegan-friendly. Wherever possible, they use 100% recycled and recyclable materials for their packaging. From the candle makers to the materials Katy sources for workshops & events, she loves working with and supporting the wonderful small producers and suppliers in England.
The Evening Standard named her one of the top 5 teachers in the UK today, and her " pregnancy health yoga dvd released in a visualisation by celebrity birth guru dr gowri motha fast became the uk best-selling dvd. she is now one of country leading and postnatal teachers. tara lee has sold over dvds worldwide also author award-winning series elements yoga. been practising for years teaching years.
By deciding to produce the collection in the UK they reduce their carbon footprint and contribute to the resurgence of the UK textile industry, something Ncheta is passionate about. The factory that makes their activewear is a UK social enterprise who pride themselves on minimising fabric waste, run academies to equip local people with skills to improve their employability and are committed to paying fair wages.
Zola Eve also donates 10% of all sales to Women for Women International who help women survivors of war, living in some of the world’s most dangerous places, to rebuild their lives, equipping them with skills to earn money, regain their confidence and become active members of their communities.
Honesty - a core Dutch value - also lies at the heart of the Urban Goddess brand. All their yoga clothes are made from organic cotton - this is sustainable and ethical clothing that respects both humans and the environment. They have happy and healthy workers that are treated and paid fairly, and they also work with the Salvation Army to recycle old yoga clothing.
Starseeds crafts natural yoga clothing you can be proud to wear, not only because it looks great and feels amazing, but because it shows love to the people and planet who made it, too. To ensure that their supply chain is purely ethical, they have found production studios based in Eastern Europe and Portugal, which they are able to regularly visit to oversee working conditions.
To create the most feel-good yoga, fitness and leisure gear, they select only ultra-soft and sustainable jersey fabrics, including organic cotton, bamboo, ramie or recycled blends to create their ‘urban-to-workout’ pieces. Starseeds care about the whole package - so even the clothing tags are woven from silky-touch bamboo tape, the swing tags are made from recycled, plantable paper and the gift bags manufactured from a unique blend of recycled paper and almond shells.
They believe that clothing is not just functional. Clothing is an expression. What you wear allows you to convey your style. It can boost your mood. It can improve your day. They started to imagine the possibilities of what they could create. With this mindset, they set out to design activewear for the adventure-seeking, wild-hearted, and free-spirited!
Their collections are designed with an emphasis on figure-flattering fits and fabric that moves with your body. Each collection tells a story with captivating colours and limited edition unique prints. Each print is conceptualized and custom-designed by the sisters. They strive to create styles that balance comfort, functionality and style. Many of their designs blur the lines between activewear and everyday wear, allowing you to transition from your workout to the rest of your day with ease.
$1 from the sale of every item of SoloSol, goes to BARC (Bali Dog Adoption & Rehabilitation Center) to save, educate and rehabilitate.
Along with owning and designing Sohavi, Nicci Dhamu is a Kenyan born, published writer, passionate yogini and children’s yoga teacher. She was inspired to create Sohavi when she was looking for jewellery-inspired spiritual symbols in high quality, romantic and edgy styles and couldn't find what she was looking for.
She believes Sohavi reflects the divine feminine, a fearless beauty, a woman of substance who in her quest for wellbeing and divine connection is experienced in ancient spiritual practices, like yoga, meditation, chanting, pranayama and dance.
They launched their first range in late 2017, with organic, sustainably-produced cotton yoga clothing. As time passes, they are steadily adding timeless pieces to the collection - combining the understated aesthetic and construction of British workwear, with a purpose firmly committed to movement and utility.
So We Flow... continue to search for recycled or natural fibres that can replace their current materials and maintain or further improve functionality and durability.
They produce our clothing at a family-run factory in Portugal, with people they trust and are proud to be associated with. Each piece is designed and constructed with the promise of outstanding quality, functionality and versatility.
Secondly, to make meditation easier to practice in everyday life, she developed the Silatha Meditation Course App - a 21 day series of 15 minute guided meditations with different techniques to help you connect with and nurture your chosen inner quality.
Veroniek invites you to begin your own Silatha Journey and discover your own inner source of lasting fulfilment and happiness.
Learning to get to know your own mind and accept yourself leads to self-empowerment and improves your self-esteem. We’ll show you how to find happiness from within and give you the tools for self-satisfaction for you to attract all the beautiful things in life.
In our space, you’re allowed to be selfish; recharge your energy, shift your focus and just be – which will ultimately help you be the best Darling you can be to others around you, but most importantly, to yourself.
With a Latin name inspired by the healing power of nature, Sanatio Naturalis essential oils use raw materials with outstanding therapeutic powers and depth of fragrance. The Geranium comes from Egypt, Rose is cultivated in Bulgaria, the Lavender is from Haute Provence in France; Lemon is harvested in southern Italy and Frankincense in Somalia.
The aroma diffusers are handcrafted from glass or ceramic, adding a touch of natural elegance and luxury to any space. Ultrasonic technology produces a fine and cool fragrant mist.
With pride of place in any home yoga studio, this is the perfect gift for a yoga lover, but if you can’t bear to part with it, the aromatherapy diffuser also makes a wonderful year-round self-care idea.
And in this silence, smell plays an important role. Fragrances evoke memories or create memories. This is where their products come in. The combination of essential oils and crystals - their products contain and are 'matured' on crystals - makes it a very powerful tool to obtain inner peace. This way five minutes of consciousness per day can get an important place in your daily life. Perhaps even the most important place.
Rock Your World does not only consist of products. It is a lifestyle. They offer tips and advice in the field of body, mind and soul. About love in all forms, ayurvedic approaches, mindfulness and personal development. Let's rock this journey.
Renegade Guru makes all of its yoga wear with the wellbeing of people and the environment in mind. Therefore, they want fair and organic production of our products. They work with several factories in Europe and Asia.
They only use GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) fabrics to produce their yoga wear. GOTS guarantees that the fabrics are made with no hazard to people, including good working conditions for the workers and no child labour. GOTS certification also means that during production their partners are mindful of their waste and pollution, and are not wasteful with energy. There are protocols in place that ensure a sensible environmental management system.
Says Positivitea creator Ellie, "Put simply the chakras are the energy centres of the body. When they are balanced you feel positive, healthy and happy. Each tea has been specifically blended to help the smooth running of a particular chakra or counteract the ailments associated with its imbalance. For example, the heart chakra blend (LOVE) has hawthorn in it which strengthens the muscles of the heart and the third eye chakra (IMAGINE) has eyebright which strengthens the retinas of the eyes."
The inspiration came from a yoga class which focused on the root chakra (for grounding and security). Ellie came out of that class wanting a tea to help compliment the practice. Says Ellie, "I remember thinking how ludicrous it was that there wasn’t a brand of teas that helped balance the chakras considering how popular yoga was (and is) and that was the moment Positivitea was born. Well actually that was the “a-ha” moment – the name Positivitea came to me on the bus on the way home!"
That's why their Mandala Yoga Mats combine all the qualities of the world's best yoga mats - cushioning, more space, ultra grip and alignment guidelines - with a beautiful meditative design for inner peace and transformation. And that's why every legging in their collection is designed using fashionable, stretchy, moisture-wicking, ultra-soft fabric - so you'll feel comfortable, cool and fresh wherever you go.
Living with her partner and two adorable dogs on the Stockholm archipelago, it was only natural that Annika would draw design inspiration from her surroundings - a blend of wooded islands, rocky cliffs, sandy beaches and tranquil coves. Her other guiding light is the people of India - who receive fair wages for sewing her designs. Being both people and planet-friendly, Annika makes sure that her fabric is made from 95% organic cotton certified by GOTS (the other 5% is lycra for fit and comfort) and that all transportation is compensated for by Zeromission.
Initially adopted by her local students, Annika wants to make it easy for yogis everywhere to not only feel good, and look good, but also to do good.
Their roots in yoga have helped us to focus on creating well-designed clothing for all sports and activities. The garments are engineered for exceptional performance: using sustainably-sourced sweat-wicking, quick-drying fabrics that are both ultralight and super durable.
To bring you the best possible athletic experience, Ohmme thoughtfully considers every fabric, every design and every stitch, all to help you move with greater agility and maintain maximum performance.
She decided to make her own journal to hold herself to account and created Notes To Self to share what worked for her with you.
This happiness journal is for anyone who's feeling uninspired, stuck in a rut, and dreaming big, or just looking to make a change.
Utilising limited edition hand-drawn prints, their collection is ever-evolving. Each design serving as a moment in time, a train of thought or a reflection upon our journey.
The word 'Nitara नितर' means to be deeply rooted or grounded in sanskrit, and is actually the spiritual name given to founder Ellie by her teacher on her first trip to India.
After cleaning out her bathroom cupboard, Nat began blending natural oils and butters to create skincare that was gentle, safe and sustainable. Today, along with her husband, she sells a versatile range of products that reduce the amount of ingredients applied onto skin every morning and the bottles cluttering up the bathroom.
Nat focuses on creating products that put emphasis on less is more whilst looking beautiful on the shelves. Every product fits into 1 of 4 categories: Clean, Nourish, Moisturise, Relax, and the aim is that every product will have more than one function and can become a staple in anyone's daily household/beauty routine.
In 2015, Natalie created a book to help people focus on the positive things in their life and move towards more happiness. Practising gratitude helps us to become more mindful. There have been lots of psychological studies on the practice of gratitude and the results point to greater levels of happiness and life satisfaction.
She has been in the therapy and self-improvement world for over a decade. Natalie used to train complementary therapists and write and teach anatomy and physiology courses.
They are on a journey to spread higher vibrations and celebrate our community. Their first collection, “Discover Your Light”, was inspired by the vibrant yoga communities in London and Los Angeles and has been created under the moon of the magical island of Bali and on the shores of Goa.
Moon Tribe have created each design to inspire and to share their conscious lifestyle. They use black and white as a return to simplicity, and to find balance between night and day, yin and yang. Their designs use sacred geometry to reflect our connection to the moon, honouring the mystery and our intuition.
She believes in joy and life’s raw beauty. She believes that everything is happening for us. She knows our thoughts are powerful so we have to use them for our best intentions and create the most inspired and empowered life we can imagine.
The artist in Adrienne was inspired to create the May You Know Joy meditation cards and Seeds of Intention cards for those who want a daily dose of reflection and intention. She wants to see people do incredible things and speak their truth.
Wearing a piece of Mantra Jewellery changes how you feel, and how you act: buy it for yourself, to prompt you to be your best self. Buy it as a powerful and thoughtful gift for someone you love, to show them how you feel.
Mantras are powerful phrases, which change your mindset. They reassure, they comfort, they inspire and uplift, they motivate. Most powerfully of all, they bring self-belief.Hold onto your piece of jewellery, and repeat its mantra to yourself, when you need inspiration.
In 1997, Peter Sterios, an architect turned yogi, discovered a simple, elegantly designed black mat whose combination of firm grip and complete support revolutionized his yoga practice. In honour of the yoga masters who inspired him, he sought to share this amazing product with others.The quality and performance of Manduka mats and yoga accessories are still unmatched in the marketplace. They are still crafted using simple, enduring, natural, and whenever possible, renewable materials and a fine attention to detail. Manduka is a company built by and for yoga teachers and their students.
Since the beginnings of the Black Mat, Manduka has been inspired and guided by a responsibility to reduce global consumption by making better products that last longer. They are constantly searching for innovative partners and updated technologies to further respect the land upon which we place our mats and our intentions.
Malatopia creates artisan spiritual jewellery with intention. Infused with love, mantra and moonlight. Always made from genuine gemstones, sandalwood and rudraksha. Designed and handcrafted in Switzerland.br>
Each mala is created by yogis with loving care using quality materials from around the Globe. Whether you're a dedicated yogi, mindfully meditating or simply enjoy the beauty of the beads, Malatopia has gemstone jewellery to suit every occasion on and off the yoga mat.br>
The founder of Malatopia, Rachel Sundström, has been a dedicated yogini for over eighteen years and shares her love of yoga when she is not tapping into her creative spirit through teaching from her beautiful yoga studio in the heart of Herrliberg, Switzerland or offering Yoga Retreats in Ibiza.
She worked in advertising for many years; spending her days debating whether the Jolly Green Giant should extend his vocabulary beyond ‘ho, ho, ho’ and her evenings eating M&S ready meals for one. One day she gave it all up in favour of a quest for life’s deeper meaning in the yoga schools of India. Yoga School Dropout records her encounters with Gucci clad gurus, hugging mothers and swoony swamis as she searches, ever more desperately, for mystic Indians, Tantric bliss and a boyfriend.
Now married and living in Norfolk, Lucy spends her days making YogaClicks the best of websites and her weekends writing books. Down Dog Billionaire is her first novel. And yes, she wears the t-shirt.
Lovetree develop's products that create sustainability within the communities where they are made. The jewellery is handmade by women who were formally disenfranchised, from difficult backgrounds and in need of opportunity and employment. They have been empowered through an economic development and women empowerment program directed by Khusi Hona, a non-profit organization who envisions a world where the cycle of poverty is replaced by a cycle of progress.
Their main focus is currently in partnership with Aarsaa Trust working with the rag picking and slum community in Dehradun, India. The program’s facility serves as a safe, clean environment for women with at-risk backgrounds to come and be empowered through training, employment, and business development.
Together, Lovetree Co, Khusi Hona and Aasraa Trust work to motivate and mentor these women in entrepreneurial thinking. The overall focus is to empower through skills training and education. The strategic partnership of these 3 organizations provides women with an opportunity to learn, grow and thrive.
They have carefully designed and created a unique range of yogic and spiritually inspired accessories, handpicked with love from the corners of the East as powerful healing tools to help balance the mind, heart, spirit and soul, allowing inner transformation and connection to your true self.
Kleem believes in fair trade. The artisans that create their pieces live in a rural village in North India and are provided with fair wages and a supportive environment. Your contribution will make a significant difference to their lives.
Nicola is on a mission to help women be more of themselves and encourage self-worth, affirmations were such a big part of her journey that she wanted to share the love with the world and so started creating affirmation merchandise.
A Life More Inspired donates 10% of the profits from the sale of each card pack to Love Support Unite/Love Specs.
Feminine and flattering, Kismet’s women’s yoga leggings and yoga bras are made from organic cotton and recycled polyester to guarantee quality and environmental sustainability. Kismet’s men’s yoga clothing offers sustainable clothing in a cotton-modal mix.
Kismet yoga clothes are sustainable clothes. The yoga philosophy challenges us to be mindful in how we treat ourselves, others and the environment. All of their clothing is made out of the natural fibre Modal, Recycled Polyester and Organic Cotton.
Kismet yoga clothes are fair. They manufacture in Portugal and only work with small family-owned businesses that have been meticulously selected by them. Fair working conditions and reasonable wages are important to Kismet.
Kismet yoga clothes are synonymous with quality. You will enjoy your Kismet products for a long time, this is sustainability in practice! Sustainable clothing serves to protect our resources and to reduce waste.