YogaArtwear’s origins come from passion for yoga and art.
Wishing she had followed her artistic dreams when she was younger, Gaëlle wants to support young artists so they can embrace and realise their ambitions.
As a qualified yoga teacher in the UK (RYT 200 hours), Gaëlle teaches Ashtanga Vinyasa classes in corporations in order to raise funds for yoga charities and spread this practice to those “who need it the most”. Noticing that yoginis wear very similar and yet expensive yoga apparel, she wanted to offer a more affordable and distinctive yoga pants brand.
Why always wear all in black leggings?
Why not work with artists to bring their art to life?
Why not create a new yoga pants brand with these 3 promises: fun designs, comfortable fabric and affordable price ?!
This is how the first collection was launched in September 2018. Vibrant and colourful, YogaArtwear spreads happiness in life and its technical fabric is fully suitable to yoga practice.
In its own way, YogaArtwear wants to open Yoga to all women who want to feel:
- Creative, wearing unique artistic designs
- Empowered, to transmit positive vibes that yoga has on our lives
- At Ease, shaping their bodies with high waist and long to the ankle leggings
- Comfortable, with second skin sensation yoga pants
YogaArtwear is also an entrepreneurial adventure between London and Paris, come visit us at www.yogaartwear.com
Who is Gaëlle
Gaëlle is 36 years old and wants to enjoy all that life has to offer.
During the course of her career, she specialised in market research by working in several big-name companies in Paris and more recently in London.
Always eager to discover new places and people, she travelled on all continents and visited more than 30 countries.
When she returned from several sabbatical months spent in Nepal and Mongolia living among local communities, Yoga became an essential component of her life.
This is how she graduated to teach and share the wellbeing benefits of this beautiful practice.
Finding the standard yoga brands designs a bit dull and unaffordable, she decided in 2018 to create YogaArtwear.
She now partners with French artists, sources the best fabric and managed new contracts from Reading, in the UK.
Find YogaArtwear on stand D11 at the OM Yoga Show.