Our hand-sketched prints reflect about art, travelling, music, politics, the environment and other current world topics.

Our Mission
Our mission at Pitaya Yoga is to create activewear with designs that humour and please the modern yogi. Our prints are bold, colourful and rare and discuss current world topics, feature timeless historical figures, strengthen the gender equality movement or focuses on a lifestyle topic ie music or travelling.
Our Vision
Our vision is to produce fairly in the countries we live in, building long term business relationships for sustainable work and quality products. We have embarked on a journey to do what we love and show it in the things we create.
Information about our production:
We produce in Spain and Mexico. In both countries we know our producer personally, they are both small production houses that serve labels with smaller quantities. Working condition, as seen with our own eyes, are more than human, there is no child / youth labour and they follow the rule of non-discrimination in the working place.

Our Story

We are an art project and a social movement packaged in a young and creative yoga clothing and activewear label. Powered by two yoga, Acroyoga and dance enthusiast who formerly worked in the fashion industry and in the area of social entrepreneurship. With hand-sketched prints we reflect about travelling, music, politics, the environment and other current world topics. Some designs are specifically created in support of organisations that are active in critical areas, i.e. the refugee crisis. We chose Pitaya as our brand name for various reasons. The colourful and beautifully shaped dragonfruit has an unusual shape which resonated with the idea to create something different to what already exists in the yoga fashion market. Our colours and shapes not only mirror our creative identity but also our personal identities. We are all about prints and hand-sketch every design we produce. Our vision is to create yoga wear that is suitable for the practice but also fits well into everyday life.


Sara Bauchmueller


Irina Muñoz