Align | Lightweight Thin Travel Yoga Mat
The 'Align' Yoga Mat designed by Mukti, is the new and improved version of the 'Float' Yoga Mat. The unique textured surface provides excellent grip to support you during a sweaty vinyasa practice.
This Yoga Mat is lightweight and almost 3mm thinner than standard 5mm Yoga Mats; making it easy to fold and travel with!
It is even thin enough to us as a Yoga Mat overlay on top of a studio mat for hygienic purposes or for an extra layer of cushioning.
Durable enough for all styles of yoga including Hot Yoga practiced in heated studios.
+ Complimentary carry strap included!
Size & Fabric:
- Length = 183cm
- Width = 61cm
- Thickness = 2mm
- Weight = 1.8 kg
- 100% Natural Tree Rubber (non-Amazon harvested)
Lightly spray your mat with a natural yoga mat spray after each practice to maintain freshness. Leave outside to air out from time to time. Do not machine wash. Do not leave in the sun or high temperature for a long period of time.
Mukti yoga mats are made from Natural Rubber, with no additives, so heat, hot rooms and direct (hot) sunlight may reduce the lifespan of Mukti Mats.
Much like a new pair of shoes, there is a break-in period for most yoga mats. So please don't be concerned if you find you're slipping a little during your first few practices on your new yoga mat. Want to speed up the break-in period, please see How do I “break in” my new Yoga Mat?
Mukti Mats meet SGS certification, and are made from biodegradable, non-Amazon harvested, natural tree rubber, jute and cotton fibres. Mukti Mats are manufactured with a toxic-free softening process and are completely free of toxic foaming agents, PVC and plasticizers that are found in many traditional yoga mats! Mukti uses a dye that is mineral based, so it's kind to the environment and completely free from toxins, pesticides, and chemicals.
Mukti have carefully selected their manufacturers to ensure that they meet high standards of ethical work place practices - completely sweatshop free. Mukti also support the Himalayan Tailoring Centre in North India who employ and train over 70 staff, many of whom are refugees.