All Natural Rubber Yoga Mats

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When your body is at ease practicing yoga, you should be comfortable knowing that your yoga mat is as natural as can be. It’s why the newest trend in the yoga industry is all natural rubber mats. Natural rubber is a renewable resource made from rubber trees, is biodegradable, but remains a high performance material.Natural Rubber Yoga Mats

When your body is at ease practicing yoga, you should be comfortable knowing that your yoga mat is as natural as can be. It’s why the newest trend in the yoga industry is all natural rubber mats. Natural rubber is a renewable resource made from rubber trees, is biodegradable, but remains a high performance material. Typically, the natural rubber mats come with an additional layer of cotton mesh for support and helps maintain a thicker and denser feel than normal mats. If you’re looking to try one of your own, take a look at Harmony or Blue Skies Yoga Mats. If you order from Blue Skies, they will plant a tree in an effort to offset the greenhouse gases from production and shipping. Also available at the stores are all natural yoga accessories like bamboo blocks, hemp straps, and stainless steel water canteens. Are there any other natural yoga products that we’re missing?

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