Is your old yoga mat sliding on the floor? And your wet palms don't get desired grip on the regular mat?
Natural rubber base Mandala yoga mat with an absorbing yoga towel layer is a perfect yoga mat for yogis who practice an intensive yoga practice (for example, Ashtanga, Hot & Bikram yoga), or for yogis who tend to sweat a little more than others.
The natural rubber base helps the mat stay stable on the floor during the entire yoga practice as well as provides the right amount of cushioning to protect your joints from the hard floors.
If your hands perspire much- be assured that the grip of the mat will only get better with every drop of sweat.
The Mandala yoga mat comes with a complimentary carrying strap.
Due to the Mandala pattern and the soft feeling of the top layer, MiFlow Mandala yoga mats are extremely popular among yogis who practice Restorative, Yin, Kundalini or other Yoga style where the grip is not that essential.
If you are Yogi who is practicing both- the intensive and relaxing yoga styles, you probably wish to keep your yoga mat fresh & clean! Zenagoy Microfiber yoga mats are washing machine friendly(hand wash cycle, cold water, no detergent), however for a longer lifespan of the mat we recommend washing it under the running water. Always hang the mat to dry and do not place in the dryer.
THE LIFETIME OF YOUR YOGA MAT depends on the intensity of your yoga practice, proper care and storage. However there are few key things to remember on a daily basis if you wish your favorite yoga mat to keep you company for a longer time:
*never roll up wet yoga mat: After your sweaty yoga practice, let your yoga mat dry before you roll it up. This will prevent any bacteria from settling in into your mat;
*wash it regularly: depending on how wet your yoga mat gets during the practice, wash it once in a while. Even though Zenagoy Mandala yoga mats are washing machine friendly, washing them under the warm-like running water will contribute towards the longer lifespan of the mat;
*avoid direct sunlight: Practicing yoga outside on a sunny day will not damage the mat, however it is important to remember that keeping/storing natural rubber yoga mats in direct sunlight for a longer period of time might damage the properties of the mat.