Jala Clothing

Jala Clothing

I have recently become a proud Jala Ambassador! This is a company that is really making a difference.

Jala Clothing, a SoCal yoga inspired apparel brand, was established in 2008 by Kelly Kolterman an artist, yoga studio owner and yoga teacher.

In Sanskrit, “jala” means “sacred waters of life”. In yoga, water symbolizes transformation, creativity, and adaptability. Jala’s logo, the lotus flower, symbolizes infinite possibilities within oneself and the potential to connect to a higher consciousness. Jala’s soft fabrics, comfortable flowing styles and positive designs fuse mindfulness, yoga & fashion.

Because Jala believes in giving back, they have established the Community Metta Project.

At Jala, the term seva holds a special meaning. It is one of the simplest, yet most profound and life changing ways that we can put our spiritual knowledge into action. Seva means “How may I serve you?” or “Can I help you?”  At Jala we believe in giving back through charitable services. Thus, Jala established the Community Metta Project to offer support, contribution and a way to give back.

They are pleased to announce partnership with Yoga Gives Back. Yoga Gives Back is dedicated to helping mothers in India start their own businesses and sending their children to school. 76% of India’s population, 800 million people, live below the poverty line of $2.50 a day. Yoga is a gift from India and purchasing the Yoga Gives Back collection with Jala Clothing allows you to give back. 100% of the profits from this collection will support the mothers and children of India through YogaGivesBack.org. Learn more at YogaGivesBack.org.

To explore all of their fabulous clothes and to learn more, visit: http://www.jalaclothing.com

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Or check out their blog at: http://jalaomlife.blogspot.com

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