How your yoga pants can help save the environment
Being green at heart, I have always hated the idea of going to the gym or using electronic machines for shedding off weight. Yoga has been one of my favorite ways to relax, unwind and stay fit too. But wearing spandex to yoga is like being self-contradictory. How can I opt for non-friendly or synthetic fabrics?
Thankfully there are natural variations available for girls yoga pants. By wearing yoga pants, you can easily help the environment. This can be done because the fabric is normally so thin that it can be easily recycled. I picked up a pair in grey, which is super stretchy and made from 93% cotton and 7% Lycra spandex blend.
The pants stays true to size wash after wash and has a wider elastic waistband that goes easy on the middle, which is vital when you are exercising and stretching. Yoga postures need you to have free, unrestricted movements. The pants are also secretly shaped at sides for a boxy-free fit.
Those who are looking for more green and you can opt for eco yoga clothing. These are easily recyclable and are great for working out. You can pick from tops, which suit your body types, like tees for those with envious abs and something loose, like tunics, for women who are yet to reach their weight goals.
The idea of using organic and eco-friendly clothing for yoga is to help your body and mind breathe freely. When you know that you are serving a good cause, you actually feel good, which in turn makes you, feel happy internally. Also, when you are sweating out, you don’t have to worry about allergens or chemicals in your clothes causing rashes. And when you do the sun salutation, you can’t help but be thankful to nature for its unlimited gifts.