Our sustainable mission
LotiYoga is inspired by the beauty of nature, the waves of the ocean and the diversity of our beautiful world. Our sustainable yoga wear is made for women who think sustainability is sexy and are not afraid to be the change!
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The way to a sustainable future
Each year 640,000 tons of fishing gear are lost or abandoned in the seas and oceans. The discarded, lost, or abandoned fishing nets are often called “ghost nets”, since they continue to catch fish and other marine animals without human involvement. Millions of marine animals, including sharks, dolphins, seals and turtles suffer and die because of entanglement in these nets. Healthy Seas mission is to collect and bring the ghost nets to the surface.
The ECONYL® regeneration process transforms what was waste into a new source of opportunities to be implemented in the fashion industry. In fact, nylon waste, such as fishing nets that can no longer be used, or textile production scraps normally destined for disposal, are recovered and transformed into a new yarn, having the same characteristics as nylon made of virgin raw material.
As well as being a solution on waste, ECONYL® regenerated nylon is also better when it comes to climate change. It reduces the global warming impact of nylon by up to 90% compared with the material from oil.
ECONYL® can be recycled, recreated, and remoulded again and again. Send back your old LotiYoga yoga wear to us and we make sure to give a new life to them with our partners.
Our mats are made from biodegradable materials. The bottom of the mat is natural rubber, which is a nature friendly, sustainable material. “Harvesting” the latex from the Hevea rubber tree is not affecting the health of the tree. The natural rubber can be recycled several times to other products. Natural rubber is susceptible to degradation by a wide range of bacteria.
The top of the mat is eco-polyurethane, which degrades in normal landfill conditions in less than 10 years. It doesn’t contain any chemicals that interfere with endocrine and hormone systems, nor does it contribute to PH change in soil or water.
Giving back to nature