This yoga mat bag radiates hope, possibility, and supports women’s empowerment in Rwanda. Izuba (meaning the Sun in Kinyarwanda) is handmade by members of Komera’s Parent and Guardian Cooperative - Agnes, Post-Secondary Transition Program - Ennide and Mary, and Teen Mothers programs - Fabiola. Made out of kitenge fabric, a traditional East African wax print, brings a piece of “the land of a thousand hills” everywhere your yoga practice takes you. When you bring this bag home you are not only enhancing your own yoga experience, you are making a difference.
|Altura de item||18 milímetros|
|Largura de item||16.4 x 11.6 x 1 polegadas|
|Tamanho de tela||5 polegadas|
|Resolução de tela||1366x768 pixéis|
|Peso de item||2.80 libras|
|Dimensões de produto||2.72 x 0.39 x 5.71 polegadas|
|Número de modelo de item||MF841HN/A|
|Tamanho de memória de acesso aleatório||8 GB|
|Tecnologia de exposição||CONDUZIDO|
|Tamanho de unidade de disco rígido||128 GB|
|Sistema operacional||Mac OS X|
|Compatibilidade sem fios||802.11abg, 802.11 A/C, 802.11 a/b/g/n, 802.11A|
Portugal’s forests produce half of the world’s supply of cork, carefully regulating the industry to protect the integrity of the environment while creating high-wage seasonal jobs for 10k+ workers annually. Corc Yoga only sources, partners with, & supports small family-owned cork farms & factories.
Cork trees naturally store carbon to regenerate their bark. Every year, cork oak forests absorb up to 20 million tons of CO2, while reducing greenhouse gases. These forests support one of the highest levels of biodiversity among forest habitats, as well as the highest diversity of plants found anywhere in the world. So, the best way to support the preservation of these habitats is to choose cork over other synthetic products.