Why do yoga & sustainability go hand in hand?
Yoga is becoming a really popular physical activity and many different disciplines have developed to adapt to the needs and objectives of the many practitioners around the world. However, what these practices all have in common is the concept of balance. This does not only mean a physical balance to hold the pose, but also the more ambitious goal of harmony between mind and body (or the one between Man and Nature to a greater extent).
In a certain sense, sustainability is a matter of balance too, because it arises when we’re able to meet the needs of today’s generation without compromising the needs of future generations. In other words, we are being sustainable only if we are able to balance what we ask to the planet with what we’ll be able to give back in the future.
Super.Natural combines these two elements perfectly with their activewear specifically designed for yoga practice. Partially made of merino wool, it is perfect for sporting activities since it is thermoregulating and breathable.
This Swiss brand also offers accessories, such as mats and blocks, which are both very robust and offer you a good grip. Mats are made of TPE (thermoplastic elastomers) without toxic softeners and without latex, whereas blocks are made of cork: this means they are 100% recyclable!
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A guide to yoga – NHS https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/exercise/guide-to-yoga/
Sustainability, a balancing act – West 5 Living https://west5.ca/west-5-living/sustainability-a-balancing-act
Yoga: Its Origin, History and Development – Ministry of External Affairs of India https://www.mea.gov.in/search-result.htm?25096/Yoga:_su_origen,_historia_y_desarrollo