Our team of travelling yogis designed this foldable mat to travel with you to all your retreats and yoga festivals. This environmentally-friendly natural rubber mat is foldable to travel with you to your most beautiful retreats. In the studio, over a mat, it provides extra hygiene and comfort during your session.
Can be folded into a square to fit in a bag or rolled up
Rubber is a naturally grippy material.
Our mat is machine washable at 30°C.
DANCE / GYMNASTICS / FITNESS / YOGA YOGA YOGA
TYPE OF PRACTICE
Type of practice: dynamic
Size & weight
Our mat is 180 cm long, 62 cm wide and 1.5 mm thick. It weighs 1.2 kg.
Choosing your yoga mat
- Do you have a gentle yoga practice (hatha, restorative, prenatal, nidra, etc.)? Transitions are slower and poses are less physically intense. A mat between 5 and 8 mm thick will provide enough cushioning for your cervical spine and joints. - Do you do dynamic yoga (Ashtanga, vinyasa, Iyengar, hot yoga, Bikram, etc.)? Transitions are fast and the intensity is high. A mat up to 5 mm thick will give you better grip and stability for balance.
Our product design process
There are eight of us on our team: from beginner yogi to instructor. We all share this passion. Whether we do gentle yoga or have a more dynamic practice, we're all seeking balance. With our network of yogi ambassadors, we (e)co-design products to meet your needs and mindset. We are committed to making your yoga practice a positive, generous and eco-friendly experience.
How to care for your rubber mat?
After an outdoor session, feel free to machine wash at 30°C. After a session in the studio, spray a mist of our essential oils to refresh your mat. It is best to keep it rolled up so that folds don't leave long-term marks in the rubber. Do not leave in the sun as natural rubber will dry out and lose its grippiness. This travel mat is very thin and offers very little cushioning. "
Does the rubber smell?
Rubber has a natural odour. Some love it; others not so much. If you fall into the latter camp, know that it fades away with time. Our tip: let your mat air out a bit before using it.