These plant based cork yoga mats are a fantastic find, the perfect combination of natural beauty, ethical sustainability and naturally cushioned comfort for your yoga practice.
Cork is antimicrobial in a way that can handle your sweat yet repel germs and odour. With cork on one side and eco-friendly TPE on the other, this lightweight and durable cork mat may just be your new best friend.
These mats are non-toxic, non-slip, and 100% biodegradable.
Cork yoga mats are ideal for hot/bikram yoga, vinyasa, ashtanga and power yoga. The 6mm cushioning of these mats also make them perfect for outdoor yoga, yin yoga or pregnancy yoga, giving you the extra comfort and reassurance. The natural surface temperature of cork is the same as human body temperature, this will help prevent you getting cold when holding long poses. The cork surface will keep you grounded and closer to nature with every sun salutation.
Cork releases an organic grip-enhancing substance when wet so it gets even more grippy when you sweat, spray a little water on your hands and feet at the beginning of your yoga session for unstoppable grip from the very start of your practice.
Non-toxic - No junk, no toxins, no harsh glues/dyes/inks, and no plastic
Non-slip - Sweat + Cork = Grip. No towel needed.
Reversible - Both sides of the mat can be used for your practice.
Supportive - 6 mm thick base for balance, comfort and support. Keep your wrists and knees happy and healthy.
Antimicrobial - Corks organic and anti-bacterial surface naturally kills bacteria, mould, mildew and odours, keeping your mat naturally healthy and clean
Carefree care - Easy clean, simply spray with warm water and a small amount of soap or a natural mat cleanser and lay flat to dry.
Practice ready - No break in period. Rolls out flat and stays put.
Size: 183cm x 61cm (6mm thickness)
How to care for your cork yoga mat
Roll your mat up loosely, don't fold or crease. Always roll cork side out, rubber side in.
With extensive use, surface cracking will occur. This is purely visual and does not affect the firmness or durability of the mat.
To clean, simply spray with warm water and soap or a natural yoga mat cleanser and lay or hang flat to dry.
Cleaning recommended 1 x weekly, more frequently with heated classes.