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Celebrate International Women's Day doing Yoga in the Sustainable style

by Edwina Huang on March 08, 2023

As we celebrate International Women's Day, it's important to recognize the significance of sustainability in our daily lives, especially in the clothes we wear. Yoga, a practice that has been around for thousands of years, offers numerous health benefits, from improving flexibility and muscle strength to reducing stress and enhancing mental clarity. But when you practice yoga with sustainably made fabrics, you're not only taking care of yourself, but also the planet.

Traditional yoga clothes are often made from synthetic fabrics, such as polyester and nylon, which are derived from non-renewable sources and contribute to pollution during the manufacturing process. These fabrics also tend to trap moisture and cause discomfort during yoga practice.

Fortunately, there's a better way to practice yoga. Sustainable fabrics such as recycled polyester jersey and recycled nylon jersey are made from post-consumer waste, such as plastic bottles, and use less water and energy during the manufacturing process. These fabrics are also breathable, lightweight, and moisture-wicking, making them perfect for yoga practice.

At Vivify Textiles, we're committed to creating high-quality fabrics that are sustainable and beautiful. Our yoga pants and leggings fabrics are made from recycled polyester jersey and recycled nylon jersey, both of which are soft, stretchy, and durable. These fabrics are also moisture-wicking and quick-drying, making them perfect for those sweaty yoga sessions.

But why should you choose sustainably made fabrics for your yoga practice? Firstly, recycled fabrics are better for the environment. By using recycled materials, we're reducing waste in landfills and conserving natural resources. Plus, the production process for recycled fabrics uses less water and energy than traditional fabric production, making it a more sustainable choice.

Secondly, sustainably made fabrics are better for your health. Traditional fabrics are often treated with harmful chemicals that can have adverse effects on your skin and overall health. But with sustainably made fabrics, you can rest assured that you're not exposing yourself to any harmful chemicals.

This International Women's Day, let's celebrate by doing yoga in sustainable style. Choose sustainably made fabrics such as recycled polyester jersey and recycled nylon jersey, and support companies like Vivify Textiles that prioritize sustainability and ethical production practices. Together, we can make a positive impact on our health and the environment.