The founder of Hyde Yoga knows that yoga can change lives. More than 10 years ago, she attended her first yoga class and quickly became addicted to the peaceful, blissful state that she achieved. The more she practiced, the more she found clarity and felt called to pursue her dreams. In the end, she left the rat race of corporate America to attend art school and found a business making handmade rugs.
Anne-Kerr Kennedy continued her yoga practice and grew her business, and eventually she became inspired to make her own yoga clothing. Hyde Yoga believes that although your yoga class isn't meant to be a fashion show, what you wear for your practice matters. To achieve the poses and maintain proper breathing, you need clothing that is form fitting but not restrictive, and so all of the brand's designs are styled accordingly.
In addition to being better for your yoga practice, Hyde Yoga clothing is better for your body and the planet, as it is made with 100 percent organic fabrics and low-impact dyes.