The Mindful Journal

What is ECONYL® fibre?

And why do we use it in our activewear?

For our sustainably stylish activewear, we are always searching for innovative textiles that take it to the next level and when we discovered what ECONYL®  was, we knew we had found a winner. Not only is it kind to the planet and made from recycled plastic that helps clear the ocean and landfills, it is also soft, stretchy and recyclable. 
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Earth’s Natural Resources


The health of our planet is one of our favourite topics over at PAMA London! Due to our avid interest in this topic, it is something we read about, talk about and spread information about often. However, we realise that not everyone will have absorbed quite as much information on the topic as we have.
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Earth Day 2020: End Plastic Pollution


Plastic pollution is poisoning our oceans and land, injuring marine life, and affecting our health. Earth Day 2020 is dedicated to providing the information and inspiration needed to change human attitude and behaviour about plastic. We learnt recently from our friends at Oceanic Global these devastating facts…

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A Closer Look At The Sacral Chakra


Last week we took a look at the root chakra and explored the ways in which your feelings, behaviours and relationships are affected by this chakra. Today we are going to examine the sacral chakra and discover certain ways in which you can work to balance this energy centre.
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The Father Of Modern Yoga


The title of being the Father of Modern Yoga is not one that has been handed lightly to Tirumalai Krishnamacharya! His contribution to this ancient spiritual practice is widely acknowledged and appreciated as having greatly developed yoga in many different ways.


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Namaste Journal



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Follow Your Intentions

The first part of namaste comes from "namaha," a Sanskrit verb that originally meant "to bend." Bending is a sign of submission to authority or showing some respect to some superior entity." Over time, "namaha" went from meaning "to bend" to meaning "salutations" or "greetings." The "te" in namaste means "to you," Deshpande says. So all together, namaste literally means "greetings to you." In the Vedas, namaste mostly occurs as a salutation to a divinity.