Now I’m pretty easy-going about my mat, so I asked my Mum who is both hard to please when it comes to design and a connoisseur of the good things in life. Naturally I asked her what are the most important things in a mat, and can you please create a mat as you would want it.
She told me that her key needs were:
So our mat is 4.5mm cushioning to protect your joints and keep you comfy.
This natural rubber PVC free mat has a thin top layer that keeps your grip on the mat (but it won’t help you keep your grip on reality!). Mum says that this is one of the stickiest, grippiest mats she’s ever found!
Helpful Alignment Design
Mum loves a good design. She used the M as her foundation to design the mat to help her home yoga practice. I’m a little sceptical about the need for alignment assistance, but Mum loves it because she practices online yoga to MFML every day and she loves to know if she’s symmetrical. Well, I believe that every body, every practice is different, and your feeling is your best guide to whether you’re aligning yourself - but the guide can be helpful.
It’s really important for all of us at MFML that the mat is made with natural rubber, is non-toxic and manufactured free of the top six most harmful phthalates, this mat is a healthy choice for both you and the planet.
PVC. Latex Free 6P Free: Free of DEHP, DBP, BBP, DINP, DIDP, and DNOP phthalates.
Size isn’t important. But just in case it is - our mat is bigger than most.
185cm x 68cm x 4.5mm
Care for your mat
Roll your mat with the colour on the outside and let it dry properly before rolling it up.
To clean your MFML Yoga Mat simply mixing one drop of dish soap diluted into a large bowl of water. Then gently wipe the quick-drying surface of the mat. Do this only after 8-10 uses, depending on how much you sweat. Do not soak it when cleaning it. Do not dry in the sun.
Avoid using any oil-based products over the absorbent top layer of your MFML yoga mat, as it is porous, it will penetrate and stain.