CorkYogis are a unique company that has created the first cork yoga mats with a social mission. The classic cork yoga mat is for yoga lovers looking for a cork mat that is great for taking to and from yoga classes but also great for home practice.
CorkYogis standard cork yoga mat provides a non-slip, anti-bacterial and natural surface for your yoga practice. The grip that actually increases as you sweat. This mat is best used for the following yoga styles: hot/bikram yoga, vinyasa, ashtanga and power yoga. CorkYogis mats are also great for Pilates and any sort of cardio exercises.
Directions for use: Roll out the CorkYogis mat flat with the rubber side down. The rubber on the bottom effectively grips the floor due to the little ridges. Start your practice on either a dry mat or by using your CorkYogis extra grip spray bottle to spray where your hands and feet go for an unbeatable grip from the very beginning.
Easy to roll up like a normal yoga mat.
Don’t fold your CorkYogis cork yoga mat.
Easily cleaned surface: roll out flat and wipe down the surface with warm water, a standard cleaning spray can also be used. Leave out until the surface is dry, then roll up as usual.
Roll up so that cork is on the outside and the rubber surface is on the inside of the mat.
Size: 68 x 24 inches, 3mm thick.
1mm sustainable, natural cork
2mm non-slip, flexible rubber bottom
For every product sold, CorkYogis support The Destiny Foundation, a Kolkata based charity who combat the immense injustices of human trafficking and the trials faced by human trafficking survivors. They work hard to empower and educate survivors of human trafficking to learn skills to find dignified employment and create a better future.
To do this they provide valuable and free training courses in sewing and literacy to give the girls employable skills. They also sell handmade products made out of recycled saree material to create financial independence. In addition, the girls are accepted into a loving, family environment that they often never had, the girls are treated as individuals with their own individual journey and challenges to overcome. Their moto is ‘One life at a time’.