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Beautiful Five-Feathers range in stock for 2014!

January 20, 2014

As some of our regular attendees may have noticed, 2014 has seen a collaboration between The Power Yoga Company and Five Feathers. The latter is a premium yoga and active lifestyle brand which launched its first active wear collection in the UK at the start of this year.

Five-Feathers logo

Founded by Sarah Thompson – a London-based power and Vinyasa flow yoga teacher – the Five Feathers ethos centres around creating timeless and versatile performance pieces for both men and women. The aim is for the pieces to work effortlessly together to inspire, invite movements and integrate comfortably into an urban wardrobe.


Muted hues and soft textures are inherent to the Five-Feathers approach.

Purposefully turning away from any synthetic and uniform-like ‘sportswear’ look, the Five-Feather aesthetic consists of fabrics and colour-palettes inspired by the muted hues and soft textures of nature and the five elements. Underscoring this are subtle, detailed prints which draw inspiration from global culture and add a bespoke and creative edge. With a commitment to sustainability, the range’s signature performance fabric is made of cotton-touch, recycled polyester blend.

Five-Feathers men

For women and men alike; for jumpers and non-jumpers alike.

Beyond providing beautiful clothing, Five-Feathers is also committed to supporting the education of children in the developing world via partnerships with inspirational charities. Each Five-Feathers garment in the current, launch collection will directly contribute to supporting the education of children in Bangladesh, working with the Jaago Foundation.

Jaago was founded in 2007 when 22-year old Korvi Rakshand rented a small house in the Rayer Bazar slum of Dhaka, bought a chalkboard and a mat and began teaching 17 underprivileged children how to speak English. Everyone thought he was crazy. The children could barely read and write in their own native tongue. Yet today, Jaago has schools throughout Bangladesh and offers free-of-cost English medium education to over 1500 street and slum children.

Jaago Foundation

The Jaago Foundation educates children from across Bangladesh

A wonderful initiative to carry in your thoughts when you take a look at the wonderful Five-Feathers clothing on sale in the studio! We hope to see you there soon! In the interim, pay a visit to .

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