Namaste Women's Cropped Crew Fleece
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Features: Cropped body. Dropped shoulder. Raw hem. Side-seamed. Tear-away label.
Fabrication: 100% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 32 singles 4.2oz
The word "Namaste" comes from Sanskrit. This term roughly translates to “The Divine in me honors the Divine in you.” Some people also say that the word namaste translates to “the light within me honors the light within you.”
This comes from the word anj in Sanskrit, meaning to celebrate or honor. In Sanskrit, the word mudra translates to the word gesture. Therefore, this is an honorable gesture.
The full gesture of the Anjali mudra is to press the hands together with the palms facing and fingers facing up in a prayer position. Place your thumbs at the height of the breastbone or heart chakra, close your eyes, and bow your head.
You can also place the thumbs at the third eye chakra. Yoga students and teachers can use namaste during a yoga practice but should be sensitive toward its Sanskrit origins.
Have respect for the phrase, and say namaste to show gratitude, not just in closing a class.