Manduka Begin Yoga Mat 5mm - Toxic Free & Eco-friendly, Purple

Manduka Begin Yoga Mat 5mm - Toxic Free & Eco-friendly, Purple
Brand: Manduka
55 EUR
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Manduka Toxic-Free Beginner Yoga Mat 

The Begin Mat is a comfortably cushioned, beginner-focused yoga mat that encourages confidence from the ground up. Its reversible and lightweight design features an alignment stripe to help guide poses.

The Begin Mat has a closed-cell surface, which will never absorb moisture. Because of this, if you are warm/sweaty at all, the mat will feel slippery, so we always recommend pairing it with one of our hand towels  to absorb moisture and provide extra traction.  For towel guidance read our guide to yoga towels.

Crafted  in Taiwan from TPE.

Features
  • 1.1kg;
  • 5mm thick for support + cushioning
  • Designed to provide the best start to any yoga practice
  • Alignment stripe for proper positioning
  • Reversible for practice on both side
  • Hygienic closed-cell surface prevents sweat from seeping into the mat - we recommend pairing the Begin mat with one of our equa hand towels or yogitoes hand towels to absorb moisture and increase grip.
  • Eco-friendly manufacturing
Size
  • 172cm x 61cm; 5mm thick
  • Standard 68" (172cm)
Material

Thermoplastic Elastomer ( TPE ) f ree of chemical solvents

Use and Care For daily refresh: 

Keep your mat in the best condition by wiping it down after every practice with the maduka's mat wash and refresh. Use a clean cloth to wipe the mat dry before rolling or using. Never soak, shower or submerge the Begin mat in water. 

For thorough clean:

Use Manduka's botanical mat cleaner

For further mat care guidance, check out our mat care guide.

To store:

Keep your mat rolled up and stored in a cool, dry place, and away from direct sunlight.

What's sustainable?
  • Begin Mats are made from TPE, which is an eco-friendly material made from non-toxic, recycled, biodegradable materials. Recyclable and hypoallergenic, Begin Mats are free of chemical solvents, toxic glues and crafted in an energy-efficient facility in Taiwan.