I am pleased to promote great quality, environmentally friendly, organic and fairtrade yoga products as an affiliate for a select few online retailers. Read about these creative individuals below and why I choose to promote their products. Read my blog on why I think it’s important to choose items that are kind to our environment.

*Click on the images to go straight to their websites.* Find your new favourite yoga leggings, tops and props! Don’t forget to use my discount codes!

Chris Willey’s passion for a sustainable practice was sparked at a young age as part of an earth-conscious family. His family taught him the importance of caring for the environment and for oneself to preserve everything that they love. Initially, he applied his passion and knowledge to build surfboards and paddle boards. His pursuit for a better, greener material led to cork – which outlasted and outperformed any other natural material and, best of all, provided a non-slip surface. Shortly after, he created the first prototype cork yoga mat, he realised that it was already a hit with yoga teachers. As he says, the rest is history. *Grab a 10% discount with my code EFYG.*

YogaClicks was founded in 2017 by the author of Yoga School Dropout, Lucy Edge. Lucy created YogaClicks out of love for yoga, mindfulness and meditation. YogaClicks features products made by yogis who’ve been similarly inspired by these practices, and their personal transformation, to create sustainable products for modern day mindful living. Lucy and YogaClicks are about ethical yoga clothing and equipment – including bamboo clothing and eco mats. *Get 15% off marked price for your first purchase when you use my link. (Click on image.)*

Judy, a yoga teacher and Saravanan, a sculpturist, have been trading at Yoga United since 2003. Their branded products ‘Made in the Spirit’ directly support and empower the dedicated women who hand-craft their products in India. Their work there is based on the yoga principles of yama. They are committed to fair trade principles, providing living wages and promoting the welfare of all Yogmalai staff. The designs combine the vibrant colours of India with the decorative details of luxury to create stylish yoga kit available worldwide. *Grab a 5% discount with my code W7YHMKRCA4N0.*

Ekotex aim to make a significant, positive impact on the environment. The bulk of the products on the yoga market are made from virgin plastic. Ekotex provides consumers with a better option by using natural alternatives such as jute, rubber and cork in their products. PVC, when used well and produced cleanly, can be a comfortable and non-toxic surface to practice on. It is also durable and affordable. Ekotex also use organic cotton where possible, choose PER (poly-environmental-resin) over PVC and recycled or recyclable packaging. In so doing, Ekotex provide high-quality, natural and colourful yoga products. *You can get 10% off with my code EFYG.*

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Braintree is a natural clothing company born in Sydney, Australia and now based in London. It is a unique independent fashion outlet with a simple philosophy – to design and make beautiful, timeless fashion while caring for the environment. Braintree has been championing eco fibres since its humble beginnings in the mid 1990’s producing quality affordable garments, always produced ethically and with sustainability in mind. The clothes are made from sustainable fibres such as hemp, bamboo & organic cotton. These fabrics are good for the environment and great to wear!

The Psychic Tree was voted The UK’s Favourite Spiritual Online Shop in the Summer of 2018, soon after launching in December 2017. It quickly grew to be market leader and has since served hundreds of thousands of satisfied customers. The popular online shop is a one-stop shop for all of your holistic needs as well as yoga practice. Check out their excellent range of essential oils, singing bowls, crystals and incenses.

People Tree is a pioneer in Fair Trade, ethical and environmentally sustainable fashion. When designing clothes, they think about sustainability and supporting local craft skills. They apply the same approach to promoting livelihoods and development in rural areas. They pay fair prices for the clothes and pay in advance to support Fair Trade groups in buying materials and paying wages. Most garments are hand crafted in certified organic cotton and sustainable materials, dyed using safe and natural dyes and they choose natural and recycled products over toxic, synthetic and non-biodegradable materials.