This month brings us new styles to love from Beyond Yoga. Jodi Guber Brufsky, a yoga teacher and life coach started Beyond Yoga in 2005, as an active apparel company who is ideal for modern living. Dedicated to comfort, support, and style, Beyond Yoga has been a leader in the yoga apparel industry for over a decade. Beyond Yoga’s essential long leggings have stood the test of time with their quality construction and flattering design, but this season they are bringing us out of this world game changing activewear pieces. Keeping on trend with what is happening in activewear and athleisure their newest collection is full of super soft high-waisted leggings and unique mesh pieces. We wanted to give you the first comprehensive glimpse into these new pieces that you’re sure to love!
Mesh on Mesh on Mesh!
Beyond Yoga broke the mesh legging mold with their Dot Mesh Converge Long Legging and matching mesh sports bra. These pieces feature a unique mesh dot paneling that draws its inspiration from retro styles of yore and brings them up-to-date with cool modern angles and contouring seams that elongate and flatter the body. Not to be out done their sexy dot mesh sports bra is sexy and adorable with its plunging v-neck line and supportive bralette design. Beyond Yoga is one of our favorite brands to reccomend when customers call in about high-waisted leggingsso this is one of our go-to recommendations!
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Color-Blocking Designed to Lengthen:
This season Beyond Yoga has perfected the cropped yoga leggings by designing a capri that uses intelligently color blocking angles that won’t chop the body up. These capris lengthen the legs with flattering diagonal angles that draw the eye down the leg. Instantly look taller with the comfort and breathability that come with capri pants.
Raise the Waist-line, Raise the Bar on your Activewear Wardrobe:
One of the best things about high-wasted leggings is how it hits you at your natural waist-line and in doing so creates lines that help your legs appear longer and your waist appear smaller! Now, who doesn’t want that? The other thing that is doing it for us with this high rise legging trend is the ability to rock bralettes and crop tops without feeling like you’re showing too much. The extra length in the waistband flattens the stomach and holds everything in place no matter if you’re in a handstand or holding plank pose.
The Lift Me Higher Yoga Bra has been a staple in the Beyond Yoga line for sometime now. This full coverage bra offers the support that you’ll need during an intense workout, yet still has feminine style with it’s plunging neckline and rouged front detailing. This time around Beyond Yoga has brought this top back in sexy black and a new floral print that you’ll instantly fall in love with.
With this much amazing activewear, who needs jeans? Am I right? We have been longtime fans of Beyond Yoga, and it makes us ecstatic when they update their line with new amazing activewear leggings and sports bras that you have to have! Just remember, Beyond Yoga’s new line won’t be around for ever, so don’t sleep on these pieces! Hop on over to the Beyond Yoga page to peep their new collection and beloved essentials!
forward fold with your hands comfortably on the floor or blocks beneath your shoulders. Wrap your right peace fingers (index and middle fingers) around your right big toe. Shift your weight into your left foot and hover your right foot off the floor. Minimizing how much your lean into your left leg, begin to lift your right leg straight out to the side any amount. Find a depth that you can maintain, hold for 5-10 slow breaths and then slowly release. Repeat on your second side.
Set up with a wide stance, toes pointed out, heels turned in, knees pointing down the middle of your feet. Sit down and back with thighs heading toward parallel to the ground. Hold for 10-15 breaths and then slowly straighten the legs.
– Mikki Trowbridge