Naomi Osaka partner with Victoria Secrets to launch sleepwear collection and Morden Health for kids meditation  

Naomi Osaka is a woman who’s always on the move, she joined forces with Victoria Secrets to launch a sleepwear collection for sisters across the world. 

The move comes after the tennis sensation has taken a hiatus from the sport and instead focused on the birth of her first born baby with rapper Cordae. Evolve, her sports agency shared the good news on Instagram about her collaboration with Victoria Secrets. 

@naomiosaka is the first ever individual to collaborate with @victoriassecret in designing a sleepwear collection scroll to the end for a sneak peek behind the scenes of the shoot and the launch event #VSxNaomi” 

In a recent interview with PEOPLE, the mommy-to-be shares her latest collaboration with Modern Health in a collection of children’s meditations. Osaka speaks out about her personal mental health and hopes to be a resource for other young people in the space.

“As I’ve gotten older, I have really relied more on meditation to help manage my feelings,” she tells PEOPLE. “I wish that I had utilized it more as a kid which is why I’m so excited to have children’s meditations available now kids of all ages.” 

“I’ve teamed up with @modernhealthco to create guided meditations for kids. I’m excited for my child and all children to have access to meditations to help them build healthy habits early. I’m glad that I’m able to help make something like this accessible to kids all over. Link in bio to listen and learn with the kids in your life”.

Each meditation is geared to a certain age group designed to help kids learn about mental health and wellness as the CDC’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey warns of an unprecedented youth mental health crisis.

Calling the project “really cool,” the tennis star shares, “I love that I am able to help create resources for kids that weren’t available or common when I was a kid. I hope that kids are able to learn how to manage their feelings and emotions at an early age so that they can continue to use these tools later in life.”

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