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You come to the yoga mat to feel… As you lay in savasana (corpse pose) and surrender into mother earth the last thing you would think to be worried about the crazy amounts of chemical you are coming into contact with your mat (things like toxic foaming agents, PVC and plasticizers). For me the yoga mat […]

You come to the yoga mat to feel… As you lay in savasana (corpse pose) and surrender into mother earth the last thing you would think to be worried about the crazy amounts of chemical you are coming into contact with your mat (things like toxic foaming agents, PVC and plasticizers).

For me the yoga mat is a sacred space where I am able to appreciate my body, go within and deepen the breath, quieten the mind and be at peace with who I am. At the same time deepening my connection to the earth so when I invest in a yoga mat I want it to be of high vibration.

Here are some Australian companies creating Yoga Mat’s with natural materials:

 

Slinkiihttps://slinkii.com/collections/yoga-mats

I have the Namaste Deluxe Yoga Mat has a earthy natural feel, made from Jute (fiber from vegetable plant) and is non slip!

 

 

 

Monsoon Blooms: www.monsoonblooms.com

This is on my wishlist this mat is the most gorgeous eco-friendly one I have seen.

 

 

Muktihttps://www.muktimats.com.au/

Mukti Mats are made from biodegradable, non-Amazon harvested, natural tree rubber, jute and cotton.

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Mukhahttp://www.mukha.com.au/

Made from high quality natural rubber, harvested from live rubber trees and come from sustainable plantations that are a renewable resource.

 

 

 

 

 

NZ Company WE-ARhttps://we-ar.com/collections/yoga-mats

Made with 100% naturally sourced rubber embedded with jute.

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My Yoga Mat Carrier I use is by LIFE – To Nourish

100% Natural Fibres, No Toxic Dyes, Chemical Free, Himalayan Hemp Outer, Organic Cotton Inner, Coconut button and 100% Fair & ethical

 

 

 

If you know of any other brands I should add to the list please let me know in the comments below.

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By:Amanda Jane McKay

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