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Hand Woven Pandanus 2.5mm

Regular price $164.95 NZD Save $-164.95 NZD

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A unique yoga mat hand woven by the women of Taveuni Island in Fiji, who have grown, harvested, and processed pandanus (Voy Voy) plants used in this idigineous art form, before finally weaving them into these yoga mats to create an individual, unique art piece.

This mat embodies the essence of nature and nurture - welcome it into your life and yoga practice.

A mat that is made from 100% organic materials, using sustainable practices, biodegradable, ethically made, and each purchase gives back and helps empower the local women of remote Pacific Islands. 

To find out more, read our Journal entry here... 

  • 1700 x 650 x 2.5mm thick
  • 700g approx
  • 100% natural pandanus plant
  • Organic, breathable fibres, which soften and flex with use
  • Grip develops with practice

Straightening your mat:
If you mat keeps its rolled shaped, simply roll it in the opposite direction and hold it for a second or two. When you let go it will be straight and flat again ready for your practice!

Cleaning:
Wipe your mat with a cloth sprayed with a natural yoga mat cleaning solution like Tribe Eco Clean - do not soak your mat with, or in, water.
Dry before storing by simply hanging outside or in a well ventilated room.

This mat is a unique, handmade art piece, made from 100% organic materials and processes; morally and finacially helping support women from remote communities in the Pacific Islands.

Treasuring the ancient idigineous skills, whilst giving support and purpose to island communities.