Disclosure: I was not paid for this post, but I was gifted the pieces featured in this post by VYAYAMA

VYAYAMA brings something new to the ethical activewear space by seeking to provide a natural alternative to synthetic yoga wear, using wool, cashmere, and micromodal/tencel made from beech pulp.


I received a KALABLAK™sculpt crop top and KALABLAK™ leggings (Both pieces are made using tencel, sewn in Portugal)  to try from VYAYAMA.


I love the intensity of the color in the garments! I’m a girl who loves black-black, not greyish black or brownish black, and the inky shade is right up my alley. After over 3 months of wearing and testing both the crop top and leggings, there hasn’t been any pilling or fading.


I’ve worn my crop top and leggings for light workouts like yoga, as well as to boxing class. Next, I want to try wearing my leggings to surf! The crop top is made from thick, layered fabric and has plenty of support for me for most activities, and the cutout in back helps keep me cool while I’m working up a sweat.


Check out VYAYAMA’s full line on their website and Instagram!


Hannah is an entrepreneur, writer, and activist with over a decade of advocacy work under her belt. She is especially active in the areas of anti-human-trafficking initiatives, fair wages, supply chain transparency, and labor rights. Hannah is a consultant for a variety of ethical enterprises around the globe, founder and CEO of brand new Filipino garment manufacturing startup TELAstory, and the founder of A Beautiful Refuge, a livelihood program creating job opportunities for women overcoming difficult circumstances in the Philippines.

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