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Harmonizing Yoga Mat

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Aubergine colored yoga mat handwoven and ethically in India in GOTS certified organic cotton and natural rubber. Ayurvedic herbal tinctures, mainly triphala, vetiver and red sandalwood, harmonizing.

It is suitable for the three doshas that it harmonizes with each other, and takes up the properties of sandalwood (coral carpet) and vetiver (gray carpet), adding those of triphala, the main remedy used for more than 3000 years in Ayurveda. to promote health and longevity.

In India, yoga is not practiced on rubber mats but on textile fiber mats to avoid cutting off the practice of the natural energies of the Earth and hindering its benefits!

Machine washable without soap, foldable and lightweight
De Uria recommends avoiding washing rugs above 30 degrees and exposing them to high temperatures

Extra long: 185cmx65cm 3mm thickness

Our exceptional female weavers have made it possible to create an unparalleled collection.

De Uria's Mission

At DE URIA, we are committed to sustainability and ethical practices, while celebrating the unique craftsmanship of diverse regions across the globe. Our products are inspired by our travels and curated favorites, and we collaborate with local artisans who share our values and use only premium natural materials. Our technical sportswear is crafted using recycled and upcycled materials, ensuring that we tread lightly on the planet while supporting our active lifestyle.

DE URIA is proud to be the first Swiss brand to offer a range of home and yoga products that are GOTS-certified 100% organic. Our commitment to ethical practices and sustainable development is matched only by the luxury and softness of our products. True luxury means embracing natural and eco-friendly materials that not only improve your well-being but also respect the planet and all living beings. Our products are designed to last, and we believe in the value of slow fashion for a sustainable future. As we strive to live more in harmony with nature and prioritize eco-responsibility and wellness, we choose to consume more consciously, less frequently, and with greater intention.