Manipura is one of the seven chakras that control the balance of energy that stems from the digestive system and a complex network of nerves known as the solar plexus. It’s represented by a downward pointing triangle and ten petals around it. The triquetra symbolise a Balinese philosophy called Tri Hita Karana. It is believed that prosperity is achieved by keeping the harmony and balance between: God, people, and nature.
Fabric: 90% Viscose, 10% Spandex
Lenzing, an Austrian company, processes Viscose® fibres from wood-based cellulose and has been developing it for over 75 years. As a result, the fibres are naturally botanic, absorbent, and soft. Not only is the quality important, the manufacturing processes are also eco-friendly. All dyes are supplied by DyStar® which is certified by the Oeko-Tex Standard 100®. All fabrics have been pre-washed prior to production to prevent shrinkage and discolouring during home laundering.
Designed by Filip Suryana and Marina Neganova.
Made in Bali, Indonesia.