Teeki Designer Active Wear Awakening Yoga Hot Pants Review

May 1, 2018

Teeki Designer Active Wear Awakening Yoga Hot Pants Review

Teeki is a clothing line made from recycled and sustainable materials. It’s passion for providing an Eco-friendly fashion to the world makes this company as one of the leading Eco-conscious, active wear lines today; giving clothing a new face of a trend with their own unique designs. One of which is the Teeki – Designer Active Wear – Awakening Hot Pant that gives a long lasting impression of bold and strong sense of an active lifestyle. Below is its comprehensive review:

The Pros of Teeki- Awakening Hot Pant

– Great clothing line for your active lifestyle
This product is perfect for your active lifestyle. Be it gym, yoga, sports, dance, and workout, this pant can maintain a comfortable feeling with its breathable and elastic free waistband fabric.

– You will love its overall look
Awakening Hot Pant comes in a low and sexy waistband that has a four-way stretch design for the leg’s movement. No muffin top and no cutting in, this pant can be worn as high rise or just folded over at the waist for a strong sense of low rise style. This product also gives a moisture movement, enabling the fabric to move the sweat produced by your body to the surface of the fabric to keep yourself dry all the time.

-Safe and antibacterial
This product does not only provide comfort, but also gives an antibacterial property that is very beneficial for your skin and health as it helps kill bacteria as well as any odors.

-Buy and help save the environment
The fabric is produced in the United States using solar-powered facilities and constructed using the company’s Eco process technology. Thus, it is made from 71% recycled plastic and 21% spandex material, which means purchasing one product helps you save the environment as you recycle a total of 26-30 water bottles all in all.

The Cons of Teeki- Awakening Hot Pant

-The product seems tiny.
Awakening Hot Pant seems tiny if you try it for the very first time, but after another use, you will notice that the fabric is stretchy and comfortable in your skin.

– The price complements the product  granted that this fabric provides the best comfort for your active lifestyle and helps save the environment, the price of this fashionable pant hike a little higher compared to other clothing brands. Thus, great quality tights like this fabric is just worth of its price in the local markets.

With the developing sense of high fads and trends in fashion, Teeki- Awakening Hot Pants gives you a chance to meet your demands and needs. With the company’s goal for happiness and health of the earth and its people, you can be assured that you are using authentic, safe and tested, Eco-friendly materials.

Concluding, this product aims in providing new innovative ways to health, comfort, and fashion to the world. You can be both fashionable and sporty at the same time. With its unique clothing design, you can use this product anytime and everywhere.






Apr 26, 2018

Yoga Practice and the Appreciation of the Body in Forward Fold

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Very often when people talk to me about their first experience in yoga they are disappointed about their body, because their body is not flexible. They see their teacher and classmates folding into poses like origami and get discouraged. Or they search for yoga inspiration online and they find the most beautiful pictures of people in out-of-this-world yoga poses. “How am I ever going to get there?”

Each time I tell them yoga is not about the acrobatics. It’s not about showing off skills. People who can bend and fold like that have practiced yoga for a long time and they love what they can do with their bodies. They have explored their body’s strength and flexibility and appreciate this every day.

This first experience is a wonderful thing; you have started a journey th… Read More

Apr 22, 2018
Apr 22, 2018
Apr 22, 2018

More People Are Doing Yoga To Survive In Trump’s America—Let Us Not Retreat

sourced from: http://yogadork.com/2017/07/25/more-people-are-doing-yoga-to-survive-in-trumps-america-let-us-not-retreat/

While our national healthcare hangs in the balance, some people are taking wellness into their own hands—a lot of them out of sheer necessity, and for some, maybe even a little desperation? (Serenity NOW.) But it doesn’t go unwarranted. We are living in a brand new era, one the likes of which we have never […]… Read More


Apr 22, 2018
Apr 21, 2018

Even Runners Need Yoga

sourced from: http://dailycupofyoga.com/2018/03/26/even-runners-need-yoga/

I’ve spent A LOT of time running lately. Obviously “a lot” means different things to different people, but I’ve been running 40-45 miles a week for the last few months. My goal for 2018 is to run 1,700 miles, which requires a pretty consistent daily effort. I’ve tried to mix in some yoga and weight-training, but unfortunately I probably haven’t been doing enough regular non-running exercise to steer entirely clear of the injury bug. I really should know better!

Luckily I haven’t encountered any major afflictions, but a few small irritations–mainly with my feet–have reminded me that it’s not healthy if I can run 15 miles, yet can’t manage to walk normally from … Read More

Apr 21, 2018

5 Mood-Boosting Mantras to Get You Through Any Challenge

sourced from: http://dailycupofyoga.com/2018/03/28/5-mood-boosting-mantras-to-get-you-through-any-challenge/

You must live alone, at least internally, in a quiet place. – Bhagavad Gita

Have you ever caught yourself repeatedly reciting a word, phrase, or affirmation in your mind? Perhaps you’ve told yourself “you can do this,” over and over as you nervously walked into a job interview, or repeated that “everything will be OK,” even when it certainly didn’t feel that way. Though this may seem like a mindless coping method, it is actually considered by many religious and spiritual traditions as a means of harnessing and focusing the mind. In Sanskrit, such affirmations are known as mantras, or “tools of thought.” A mantra can be understood as any sound, word or phrase that alters consciousness through meaning, tone, rhythm, or physical vibration.

The Meaning of Mantras

In mode… Read More


Apr 21, 2018

7 Benefits of Online Yoga

sourced from: http://dailycupofyoga.com/2018/03/30/7-benefits-of-online-yoga/

With the world shifting more and more into the digital realm, it was only a matter of time before yoga took the plunge also. Transporting an age-old practice into an online space may leave you wondering whether the authenticity and spirit is lost.  Yet yoga practitioners are eagerly swapping their yoga studio memberships for the digital version with glee. So, what’s so terrific about practicing online yoga at home? Well, plenty actually!

1. Your Time, Your Space

Without the need to arrive at a studio at any certain time, online yoga allows you to select the time of the day that suits you to practice. Whether you’re a morning bird or a night owl, the ability to roll out your mat at any given time offers a great amount of freedom and allows you to commit to your … Read More


Apr 21, 2018

5 Amazing Ways Yoga Fueled My Addiction Recovery

sourced from: http://dailycupofyoga.com/2018/04/01/5-amazing-ways-yoga-fueled-my-addiction-recovery/

By Andy Macia

“Yoga is not about touching your toes. It is what you learn on the way down.” -Jigar Gor

Maybe I’ll just have one more hit. Maybe one more drink; just one more. That was the thought that I repeated in my head over and over around nine years ago before I was thrown in jail on drug and alcohol-related charges. I hadn’t stooped any lower than that before so there I was, saluting the oh-so-well-known rock bottom.

Wind the clock back to when I was around nine years old at a typical Colombian family party. Being of Colombian descent, I was used to the usual soirees we’d have with our friends; people dancing and singing barbecues, and lots of liquor.

I didn’t know much about the drinking culture at the time, but I knew I wanted… Read More