Which Mat?

Which Mat?

We currently offer two different yoga mats. Mats that are natural, beautiful and tactile.  Mats that you will want to get on to!   We believe that both of our mats are great for just about any type of yoga practise but to help you make a choice here is the lowdown:

Anjali Luxury Cork Mat

The Anjali Cork mat provides a luxurious natural and tactile surface for your practise of yoga, pilates or general floor exercises.   If yin yoga is your thing, you will love this mat, the cork is always an ideal temperature, as well as having a subtle but pleasant natural smell.   It gives more grip when it gets moist, so the mat is ideal for hot countries and hot yoga – the more you sweat the better the mat performs.  This mat has  slightly less grip when it is dry, but this can be improved by spraying or sprinkling with a few drops of water - although after a few uses you probably won't need to do this.  The cork layer has natural antimicrobial properties, so this mat is very easy to keep germ free.  At 5 mm thick it provides a fantastic amount of cushioning whilst also providing a firm grounded base.  It is perfect for those with knee issues and anyone who likes a bit of extra comfort.

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Anjali High Performance Jute Mat

Our heavy duty  Anjali Jute mat provides just the right amount of grip for energetic yoga or pilates sessions. It is made of a layer of natural tree rubber topped with a loose weave of natural jute fabric. The fabric is heat bonded to the rubber, so there is no glue used in the process. The tactile jute layer provides grip and is a pleasant organic surface to practise on.  Jute fibres also possess antibacterial properties, increasing the hygiene of your mat. Because of the superior grip from the outset, it is ideal for those who enjoy a vigorous practise. At 4 mm thick it provides a good amount of cushioning and comfort, but is the firmer mat.  This high performance mat is amazingly durable and will withstand the heaviest of use. 

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Both mats are easy to wipe clean, a damp cloth will suffice, and of course 100 % natural, safe and non-toxic.