MOONHOLI Illumination Yoga mat
MOONHOLI Illumination Yoga mat pattern is inspired by the concept of the Third Eye, also called the inner eye. In Hinduism, it is believed that it relates to the sixth chakra and the pineal gland. It is one of the main energy centers of the body. It is believed that the third eye allows you to see beyond ordinary sight. That it is a gate that leads to our inner realms and the state of higher consciousness. Meditation and focus on the inner eye enables tuning into and resonating with the harmonic frequencies of the Universe, while the opening of the third eye leads to the sharpening of intuition, achieving higher awareness and connecting with the universal consciousness. The Hand of Fatima is an ancient talisman symbolising feminine power. It is used as a defense against negative energy as it is believed to deflect the gaze of the evil eye, as well as channel the forces of good, promote healing and foster miracles.
This eco-friendly yoga mat is made of biodegradable, natural tree rubber, and a top microfiber layer. MOONHOLI care about the environment, and about your health, that’s why they have eliminated all potentially toxic glues and used water-based paints, with natural colourings from fruits and vegetables. Mats are free from other potentially toxic ingredients, sometimes present in yoga mats, such as pvc, lead, cadmium, silicones or latex.
The yoga mat’s thickness provides required stability during practice, while amortising and protecting your joints, which is particularly important when you practice on hard surfaces. Thanks to its fir-type tread, the yoga mat shows amazing adhesion to the ground, making sure your mat stays in place during practice.
The natural rubber yoga mats’ adhesion activates during practice and the warmer your body is, the better the adhesion. If you want immediate adhesion, it is best to slightly wet your hands and feet. You can also sprinkle your yoga mat with a little water just before your practice.
Allergy warning – persons with rubber or latex allergy should avoid contact with the mat.
Care – Gently wipe the yoga mat with a wet cloth. In case of excessive dirt, hand wash your yoga mat in low temperature water and leave unrolled to dry. Do not machine-wash, do not tumble dry, do not use detergents, avoid direct sun exposure.
The mat is perfect for all types of exercises – medium or high intensity – Vinyasa yoga, Hot / Bikram yoga, Power yoga, Ashtanga yoga, Yin yoga, Restorative yoga.