Green Warrior

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Sweat your asana off and feel good about the mat you lay your forehead upon during child’s pose with Jade Yoga Harmony mats. Jade Yoga breathes life into the green movement with products made sustainably and sourced entirely in the U.S. and in compliance with all environmental, labor and consumer protection laws. Unlike other mats, Jade Yoga’s contain no PVC, EVA or other synthetic materials. Arguably the most eco-friendly and best performing mat a yogi could hope for, Harmony mats are created with natural rubber tapped from rubber trees, a renewable resource. And the company stays committed to giving back to Mother Earth by planting a new tree for every mat that’s sold through their partnership with Trees for the Future—planting over one million trees so far. 

The 3/16” thick coaster for your hands and feet provide incredible grip and traction, as well as soft cushioning while still providing stability for those hard-standing poses to stick. Harmony mats come in a garden of cool colors to choose room with $5 donated to ovarian cancer charities for every teal mat purchased and $5 donated to breast cancer charities for every pink mat purchased. You can covet your own non-slip or skid, earth-friendly mat for your next vinyasa sess at any of these local studios selling Jade Yoga Harmony mats, $80.

Garden of the Heart, 1501 Edgar Place, Sarasota; The Yoga Shack, 514 Central Ave., Sarasota, 5712 Lawton Dr., Sarasota, 5302 Paylor Ln., Lakewood Ranch; Body Heat Yoga Studio, 2337 19th St., Sarasota; Yoga From The Heart, 2010 Pine Terrace, Sarasota.

Photo Provided by Jade Yoga.

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