Yoga

Traditional foam body rollers are out

Our yoga mat is the best eco yoga mat on the market.  If you have been considering an eco friendly yoga mat then you are in the right place. What makes our yoga mats the best exercise mat? Well our mat is the perfect size. We offer a full size large yoga mat which is a 3mm thick yoga mat making it easy to roll up, fold over for extra padding or spread out for more surface area. Our eco mat is made from the best quality cork giving it a beautiful satin soft top. The mat is surprisingly soft yet grippy. The mat becomes even grippier with sweat so you can be confident no matter what exercise you are using it for. 

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CORK MAT

This stunning Cork Mat is perfect for stretching, yoga, and general exercise and movement. The cork finish is naturally soft on skin yet grippy. It will grip with sweat too. It provides enough cushioning whilst being flexible enough to fold. 

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CORK BLOCK

This stunning Cork Block is perfect for stretching, yoga, general exercise and movement. The Cork Block is designed with various heights to help assist you in various stretch and yoga positions. Prop yourself up and work in a range that is comfortable for you. The block is sturdy and grippy so it wont flip when you need support.

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HEMP STRAP

The Hemp Yoga Strap is your stretch time essential. The strap is the perfect strap to carry your mat comfortably and assist with with yoga poses and general stretching.

The strap is made from raw jute hemp giving it a very natural finish. High quality D-rings and reinforced stitching gives the strap strength and durability. 

The strap can be taken anywhere and has a broad range of uses. It's light weight, multipurpose, and practical.

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