You may think it strange to have tatami yoga mats on an interior design website, but I can assure you, it is not!
I discovered tatami when I travelled to Japan for the first time in 2005.
And a love affair was born.
Tatami was first made in the 1500s weaving igusa (Japanese rush).
Unique to Japan, tatami mats were created with Japanese wisdom. They have been used for centuries through the country.
Tatami mats can be used as hall runners, room mats or yoga mats.
The moisture absorbing ability of igusa is 2.5 times that of cotton.
The honey-comb like structure inside igusa enables it to absorb odours and harmful substances in the air.
The scent of igusa contacts phytoncide which contributes to its relaxing effect.
Igusa is both flame retardant and stain proof.
These stunning tatami yoga mats are made by craftsman in Kyushu, Japan with domestically grown igusa.
These mats are sweat absorbing - what other yoga mat does that?
The natural scent of igusa smells divine and is proven to enhance concentration. This is not just important for yoga but for setting yourself up for the entire day.
These mats are naturally deodorising, with the igusa absorbing bodily odour, foot odour and other unpleasant smells. No more cleaning yoga mats...ever!
Size: 180cm long x 60cm wide
Thickness: total 6mm / backing 4mm
Surface: Igusa (Japanese rush)
Border: Japan-made denim or polyester (depending on the style)
100% made in Japan
Dont spend another moment with your current yoga mat.
Make the change to a tatami yoga mat.
You won't regret it!