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BuddhiWear offers apparel with a flare for Yoga
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May '08
BuddhiWear, a Columbia-based apparel company, is pleased to announce the launch of additional styles to its third line of innovative, organic, positive-inspired apparel for women, men, and children. The new additions include colored tank tops, colored onesies, and bamboo lounge pants.

BuddhiWear offers apparel with a flare for Yoga, Pilates, Reiki, the Environment, and all things positive. BuddhiWear offers t-shirts, thermal shirts, bibs, hats, onesies, tank tops, and pants for women, men, children, and babies.

Fresh new designs make this line of clothing unique and different. Our eye-catching designs include Meditation Tree, Yoga Diva, Take A Seat (meditate), I'm Just Here For Savasana, Yoga Baby, and Spread Your Wings.

All the garments are made from 100 percent organic cotton under sweatshop-free conditions. The lounge pants are a combination of bamboo and organic cotton. Items are locally designed and printed in an eco-friendly manner.

The garments are printed using a unique direct printing technology application. It also feels wonderful next to your skin, and the design does not hold in moisture.

It will not easily crack and fade like other processes, making BuddhiWear garments extremely long-lasting, safe for the environment, and soft.

BuddhiWear founder Kelly Neylan is a Registered Yoga Teacher (R.Y.T.), a Usui and Karuna Ki Reiki Master (energy healing), and an organic cotton advocate.

Ms. Neylan is an environmental supporter and encourages everyone to make small changes in order to save the environment.


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