Henry David Thoreau distrusted any enterprise that required new clothes, which is why he abandoned his career as a French maid. Embrace bold new outfits with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of women's active wear and accessories at Bodhi Fit in Beaumont.
At Bodhi Fit, customers pull on sporty duds in sizes 4–22 as well as peruse a selection of accessories and equipment for yoga, hiking, and other activities. Ankles celebrate freedom from tube socks and knee curtains with form-fitting capri pants by PrAna and Lolë ($65–$80); elbows are similarly liberated with a selection of tank tops from brands such as Be Present ($30–$60). An accommodating staff exhibits Manduka yoga mats ($39.99+) and yoga accessories ($5–$64) for perfecting downward dogs, or hiking-friendly hoodies and outerwear by The North Face and Lolë ($60–$240). Each changing room contains space for a stroller or a yoga mat in case patrons want to test potential purchases. The shop offers reduced rates for women's athletic-team uniforms, so local basketball squads can sport matching tank tops and competitive cat-tickling teams can find new scratch-resistant turtlenecks.
Just as yoga helps people expand their minds, Bodhi Fit augments its inventory of yoga and athletic apparel with amenities designed to nurture a relaxing environment. Large changing rooms bestow shoppers with enough space to park a stroller or spread out a yoga mat to test their new clothing’s fit under the real-life demands of rolling up a mat. Toys and crafts entertain youngsters while their parents change, too—their frazzled adult minds soothed by the soft world tunes filling the store. Committed to healthy consciences as well as bodies, the staff stocks eco-friendly fabrics and fair-trade apparel whenever possible, brews complimentary cups of loose-leaf tea, and holds regular yoga classes inside the store.