Yoga Mats that Will Keep Your Heart and Soul Pure

Yoga is all about meditating into the breathe and relaxing from life’s stressful moments. Whether you practice it at home, in a studio, or in nature, you shouldn’t have to worry about whether your yoga mat was made with toxic ingredients. Fortunately we’ve found some amazing brands that use natural materials and sustainable practices so you can focus on yourself.

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Yogish Collective – Yogish is committed to creating apparel and accessories in a responsible way, and that certainly includes their yoga mats. That’s why all of their mats are made from natural tree rubber, are biodegradable, and are 100% recyclable. They’re also free from unnatural PVC, latex, silicone, toxic glue, and pthalates, which means you can keep your mind zen.


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SLINKII – This Australian athletic brand offers super sustainable yoga mats made with jute, a natural vegetable plant fibre. The plant itself takes less that half a year to grow to maturity, and provides a sturdy yet breathable base for all of SLINKII’s mats. These all natural mats are soft and supple - perfect to help anyone relax. 


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Manduka – If you’re trying to reduce your carbon footprint, check out Manduka – all of their yoga mats are made with an emissions-free manufacturing process and are free from toxic chemicals and dyes. They offer high quality PVC mats and biodegradable natural tree ones. On top of that, their yoga clothing is made with plant-based, sustainable materials.  We’ll take two.


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prAna – prAna is all in for sustainability, and they go out of their way to make sure everything they do it both ethical and eco-friendly. They seek out materials from sustainable sources, they treat their workers fairly, and they use processes that improve the fashion industry. And it’s why their mats are made with non-toxic and natural materials like rubber. That’s something we can definitely say Namaste to.


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Hugger Mugger - This ethical yoga brand is great for two reasons: first, they use natural materials like sustainable rubber to make their durable yoga mats; and second, they donate a percentage of all online sales to a new organization each quarter. So far, they’ve donated to animal shelters, yoga organizations and community groups. After supporting HM, you’ll never have to worry about finding your happy place.