Monitor Your Health & Fitness at the Touch of a Tushi

Each minute matters and each bit of effort has a major effect. Since wellness is the total sum of your life, we created Tushi —the one stop shop for wellness. Like Abraham Maslow said “The ability to be in the present moment is a major component of mental wellness”… Fitness is not just field time, it is all the time.

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With our top customer service, our fitness trackers and watches we work every bit as hard as you do to ensure you get the most out of your workouts. Not only do they track and manage all your daily fitness activities, but they help to motivate you to push harder to reach your fitness goals faster. You're serious about your fitness goals and we're serious about providing you with the most powerful tools to take you there.

In Collaboration with Taller Maya

Taller Maya is a project developed by Fundación Haciendas del Mundo Maya, A.C as part of the Social Enterprises component in which they work with community groups to support their initiatives regarding local income generation –promote the creation of social enterprises and integrate them into the formal production sector.

Taller Maya was born when groups of rural Mayan artisans came together to preserve traditional techniques and materials, and working alongside designers created high-quality contemporary design products. The artisans enjoy support that builds and strengthens their co-ops and provides follow-up with regard to production and administration processes while quality and design standards are established and assured.

Its philosophy is based on promoting commercial equity; the foundation has supported and trained more than 500 women artisans and currently works with 200 women in 16 communities; they constitute the co-ops that create the products Taller Maya sells. Now even women artisans that are not part of the project have the tools and skills they need to work independently.

Taller Maya has recovered different handicraft techniques from the Yucatán Peninsula: sisal (treadle loom), corchado (spinning sisal manually on one leg), Jipi Japa and back strap loom.