High waist covering the stomach whether folded or unfolded, but not too tight.
Fabric made of 96% organically grown cotton.
Freedom of movement
Elastane for greater elasticity.
Why organic cotton?
Organic cotton is grown without the use of chemicals. Organic farming methods have been specifically designed to reduce the impact on the environment. It helps preserve biodiversity and soil fertility, and reduces the risk of polluting groundwater tables.
Our product design process
From beginners to yoga instructors, every member of our team shares this same passion.
Whether we do gentle yoga or have a more dynamic practice, we're all seeking balance. With our network of yogi ambassadors, we (e)co-design products to meet your needs and mindset. We are committed to making your yoga practice a positive, generous and eco-friendly experience.
A rating to compare the environmental impact of products
The environmental impacts of the product are calculated across its entire lifecycle and using various indicators. An overall rating (ABCDE) is given, allowing you to easily identify products with the best environmental performance by comparing similar products to each other (T-shirts, bottoms, backpacks etc.).
Decathlon openly displays the environmental ratings of its products.
Find out more: http://sustainability.decathlon.com/
What is prenatal yoga?
Prenatal yoga focuses on physical poses and breathing techniques that help pregnant women before, during and after giving birth. Teachers provide pregnant yogis with various props to help them comfortably practise and improve their strength and flexibility to better prepare them for giving birth.
The benefits of prenatal yoga:
There are several! Increases muscle strength, endurance and flexibility for giving birth. Improves sleep. Relieves lower back pain. Reduces stress and anxiety. Improves concentration. In short, practising yoga when pregnant is a great idea!