Autumn Natural Rubber Yoga Mat


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Country of Origin: India

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Be patient with yourself, nothing in nature blooms all year. Your practice is ever evolving and its transition inevitable, just like the seasons. Its beauty runs deep – our new honeycomb construction provides unparalleled grip, without adding much weight. The 4.5mm, 100% natural rubber base provides extra cushioning. The plush microfibre top is sweat-absorbent and feels as good as it looks. All our mats come with a carrying strap for convenient carrying.

Top: Sweat-absorbent Microfibre Suede

Bottom: 100% Natural Tree Rubber

Dimensions: 72in x 24in | 4.5mm thick | 6lbs

Care: Keep your mat looking and smelling fresh even after repeated use. We recommend gently hand washing your mat with a washcloth and mild detergent and leaving it out to dry.

Giving Back:

  • Society- A part of your purchase will go towards empowering the lives of our differently abled friends at Maee Bal Bhuvan, a home for the blind.
  • Environment- A part of your purchase will go towards helping our partners at Kalote Animal Trust with the rehabilitation of rescued animals.
Weight 2.5 kg
Dimensions 182 × 61 × 0.45 cm


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What started off as a luckless hunt for a yoga mat, culminated into an idea to cater to a latent need; we called it Kosha Yoga Co.

Buying a yoga mat in India is to choose from among synthetic, slippery PVC mats that disintegrate within a month’s usage OR thick, foamy mats that offer a distrustful grip and a shaky balance OR coarse jute mats that can leave you with friction burns and bruises. What’s more? They’re only available in standard, solid colours so you can’t tell one from the other.

Kosha Yoga Co. is our attempt to create a sanctuary of comfort and confidence around yoga practice. While our mats look gorgeous, their beauty is not skin-deep. They are built on a solid foundation of features, utility, and environmental mindfulness. Thus striking a yogic balance between aesthetics, functionality, and compassion.