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Russell Simmons debuts new Tantris yoga lineRussell Simmons debuts new Tantris yoga line

Russell Simmons Debuts New Tantris Yoga Line

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If you’re a yoga enthusiast, get excited! Russell Simmons is expanding his business ventures with a new yoga line, which he recently debuted.

The yoga line, called Tantris, includes all types of clothing for men and women. You will also be able to purchase accessories like yoga mats, pillows, meditation beads and scented candles.

“I see yoga brands continuing to grow. I’m doing this because of my passion for yoga, not because I’m that kind of business guy,” Simmons said.

All items will be available at department stores, health clubs, specialty stores and spas. In the future, Simmons plans on opening Tantris stores.

He seems to be pumped about the launch as he tweeted, “gotta show u a new project i am super excited about. they told me not to take a picture, but i had to… http://bit.ly/OS9AQC [sic].” Click that link and you’ll get a little preview of the clothing and Simmons showing off his yoga moves.

Simmons also revealed he just might be opening yoga studios, juice bars and a vegan restaurant! It’s no secret that Uncle Rush is a hardcore vegan, so his potential restaurant will probably offer some delicious treats.

Tantris officially comes out this holiday season.

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