What is the Yarnlight ¨Collective¨?
Since June 2O11, Adam Jones has been working constantly on the international research and development aspects essential to the success of this remarkable textile innovation; the project has progressed rapidly as more and more people have proposed their help, support, partnerships and advice to contribute to the concept becoming a reality. This participation from around the world, sharing many varied fields of knowledge, is the Yarnlight Collective.
How is the energy put in the yarn ?
Initially thirty trained healers imprinted energy into the carbon fiber through a specific meditative process . The energy is re-imprinted at the end of the production process.
How long will it last?
The energy was imprinted with the intention of lasting for as long as the sweater.
Do I have to do anything particular to feel the benefits of the sweater?
To get the most from your sweater we suggest you follow the simple illustrated wearer guide that you will receive with your sweater.
Can I wash the sweater ?
Yes, you can hand wash the sweater in tepid water with a gentle soap. The energy will not be affected.
Where can I purchase one?
The sweaters are sold exclusively through the Yarnlight Collective website. If you see them for sale anywhere else they are not authentic.
Where is it made?
The sweaters are made in a small, family run factory in Tuscany, Italy.
What is a faraday cage?
A Faraday cage is a conductive structure or mesh that acts as a shield against electromagnetic energy.
Do I have to store it in a special way?
We recommend you store it in it’s care bag which has a specially designed isothermal lining.
Are there sweaters for men?
Not yet but the men’s range will be available in June.
A percentage of profits from the Yarnlight Collective sales is donated to the Ashadayaka Seva Trust in Mysore India. For the last decade the trust has been giving a home to orphans and child laborers in Mysore. We were introduced to this wonderful cause by yoga teacher and friend Kia Naddermier at Mysore Yoga Paris.