Yogi Nome

Spreading love around the world one Yogi at a time.

 

Yogi Nome is about connection, being united, about the true oneness of our species, of our planet and of life itself.

At Yogi Nome we celebrate this perfect balance and cohesion of life by embedding the energy of this philosophy into our clothing line with the single goal of inspiring as many people as possible to celebrate their true nature and embrace the oneness of life.

How The Movement Began

Hi, we’re Mani and Jaclyn and we started Yogi Nome because we believe that every woman and girl in this world deserve to be educated, empowered and given opportunities because when you prioritize the needs of young girls, you create positive, lasting change in their entire community.

We believe in the power of Yoga to connect and unite people worldwide and are using Yogi Nome as a platform to make a positive impact on the world. We hope you’ll join us in our mission to make the world a better place.

HERE’S HOW

we share our profits

with young girls around the world

$1
feeds one girl for one day

$30
buys a school uniform for one girl

 

 

Here’s how far your dollars go

 

$100
pays for four months of tuition for one girl

 

$250
buys school supplies for one girl for one year

$750
fully sponsors one girl in school for one year

Empowering Women Everywhere

We’ve partnered up with some of world’s most renown organizations dedicated to promoting girls education, gender equality and women’s empowerment

Our Yogis

We’re on a mission to help 35 million girls around the world get access to education

Jonathan David

Creative Director

Lavena Aroda

Art Director

Radostina Doe

Market Analyst

Kalee Wahet

Marketing Head

Seto Rolla

Product Director

Khaal Wastine

Creative Artist

Janvee Kaur

Product Manager

Jane Bullock

Creative Artist

Positive Global Impact

When girls are educated, magical things happen

Children Stop Getting  Married

If all girls had a primary education, there would be 14% fewer child marriages If all girls had a secondary education, there would be two-thirds fewer child marriages

More Moms Survive Childbirth 

If all mothers completed primary education, maternal deaths would be reduced by two-thirds, saving 98,000 lives In sub-Saharan Africa, if all women completed primary education, maternal deaths would be reduced by 70%, saving almost 50,000 lives.

More Children Stay Alive

If all women had a primary education, there would be 15% fewer child deaths. If all women had a secondary education, child deaths would be cut in half, saving 3 million lives.

More Kids Are Nourished

If all women had a primary education, 1.7 million children would be saved from stunting from malnutrition. If all women had a secondary education, 12 million children would be saved from stunting from malnutrition

Fewer Teenagers Get Pregnant

10% fewer girls would become pregnant under 17 years in sub-Saharan Africa and South and West Asia if they all had a primary education Almost 60% fewer girls would become pregnant under 17 years in sub-Saharan Africa and South and West Asia if they all had a secondary education.

Unwanted Pregnancies are Reduced

In sub-Saharan Africa, women with no education have 6.7 births, on average. The figure falls to 5.8 for those with primary education and more than halves, to 3.9, for those with secondary education.

“Yogi Nome is my jam! Their tees are super comfy, super stylish… I wear them every day hiking or teaching class.”

Cindy Lee

“It means a lot to me to make the most of my clothing budget and be mindful about the brands the I support. I’m happy to wear Yogi Nome to support a good cause.”

Mary Hillis

“”The Yogi Nome community is incredibly supportive. It feels good to be advocate for young girls through clothing.”

Sarah Serrano

Spread Love,

Empower Girls,

Save the World