Yolana Pure NZ Wool Yoga Mat - part unfurled | Eco Yoga Store
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YOLANA

Pure NZ Wool Yoga Mat

Regular price $299.00 NZD Save $-299.00 NZD
1 in stock

Wool has served humans' wellbeing for 8000 years, offering warmth and comfort in a non-harmful way. As organic matter, it biodegrades efficiently at the end of its useful life, leaving the earth nourished and ready to grow the next patch of grass. This mat is thick, luxurious and comfortable. The surface is printed with a biodegradable grip texture to ensure your hands and feet stay firmly in place. Yolana is good for your health and good for the planet.

  • Personal practice mat
  • Made from pure New Zealand Wool
  • Biodegradable anti-slip coating in key areas
  • L 180 cm x W 67 cm x H 5 mm
  • Weight: 1.8 kg 
  • Cleansed through airing it in sunlight
  • Cotton canvas carrying case included with each mat 

What about when my practice mat gets wet from sweating during the practice?

Wool can absorb up to 35% of its weight in water, which is how it wicks sweat away from your mat so effectively. Once practice is completed, if wet, allow it to dry by leaving it flat for a while, preferably in a sunny area. That said, we don’t recommend to use our practice mat in hot studios, because humid and hot environments can shorten the shelf life of your new natural fibre practice mat.

How do I clean it?

The wool fibre is coated in its lanolin, which stops bacteria from attacking it. All you need to do to clean it is leave the mat flat out to dry after a sweaty practice, ideally under direct sunlight. If stained, spot dry cleaning is an effective solution.

Only New Zealand wool is sourced for these mats because of the high ethical standards of animal welfare in this country, as well as the guaranteed fibre specs that can be ensured through supply agreements with the farmers. New Zealand farmers have led the way in on-farm research and education programs establishing best practices for animal health.