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1. Ananday Cork Yoga Mat

Care:  Roll your mat loosely, don’t fold or crease. To clean, simply spray with a natural yoga mat cleaner and lay or hang flat to dry. Cleaning recommended 1x weekly, more frequently with heated classes. P.S. This mat is reversible! Use the tree rubber side for extra traction. Care is same for both sides.

*Note — Water puddles left for extended periods of time can cause bubbles to form, so be sure to wipe your mat down post practice, and don't wash it with water. With extensive use, surface cracking will occur. This is purely visual and does not affect the feel or durability of the mat. 

End of life: Cork and tree rubber are 100% biodegradable. The two layers are bound by high-temp pressure, no toxic glues. If and when you’re ready to part with your mat, consider donating it or drop it off at a recycling center.


2. Natural Canvas Yoga Bag

Care:  Air out between classes. And when you need a deeper clean wash with natural detergent and let air dry.

End of life:  Cotton is compostable and metal details are recyclable.


3. Cork Support Block

Care:  Cork is naturally antimicrobial. For a deeper cleanse apply a natural mat cleaner.

End of life:  Cork is 100% natural, biodegradable and renewable. The block can be dropped off at a municipal compost site. Cork is a carbon-rich, “brown” material that supports organic waste decomposition.


4. Cotton Alignment Strap

Care:  Machine washable, air dry.

End of life:  Cotton is compostable and metal parts are recyclable.


5. Crystal Eye Pillow

Care:  To clean your pillow spot clean with slightly damp or dry brush and let air dry. DON’T get flaxseeds wet—this can cause mold. We recommend cleansing your pillow energetically with sage or your favorite smoking herb. Crystals collect energy, so a fresh start is always good!

End of life:  Exterior is 100% plant-dyed cotton and biodegradable. Inner filling is compostable—made plants and crystals. Amethyst crystals can be re-purposed (plants love them!) or returned to the earth.