Yoga mats are designed to enhance your practice by enabling the cleanest and healthiest breathing experience possible. They’re made from organic cotton, handwoven in Kerala (India) and dyed in natural ayurvedic herbs by villagers whose families have been practicing this 5000-year old Indian fabric dyeing technique for generations.
The Vasantha Yoga mat is dyed in the herbs Neem, Tulsi, and Turmeric.
The vibrant turmeric yellow combines with two shades of green that come from neem and tulsi to give this mat the name Vasantha – sanskrit for the spring season.
The three herbs combine to create a healing energy space for your Yoga practice.
Neem promotes a healthy circulatory respiratory system and is a great herb to be breathing in during Banana Fibre Craft, Tamilnadupractice. Neem is great for the skin that comes in contact with it during yoga practice. In Ayurveda, neem is considered to be a wonder-leaf and is used for a host of preventive and curative medicinal ways.
Tulsi is a great herb to be breathing in to reduce stress. Inhaling tulsi improves your focus and concentration during your yoga practice. Traditional Indian homes have a Tulsi plant at the house entrance as it is considered to purify the energy space.
Turmeric has been included in the herbal mix to act as a strong antibacterial agent, to kill the germs from sweat instantly and keep the mat clean and hygienic for longer periods of time. Turmeric is also an internal cleaner used in Ayurveda to cleanse the physical system.
Handmade from 100% cotton and with no chemicals used in any stage of the production process, a Yoga mat creates the cleanest breathing space for your practice.
You can roll it up and carry it on your shoulder using the cotton strap that comes with it. Or, you can fold it and put it in a bag. The folding is especially useful when traveling.
These mats mats are designed to grip the floor, have extra grip-lines for your hands and feet, respond well to sweat, and are washable.