Are your yoga mats suitable for hatha yoga?
Our new microfiber top yoga mats are soft and a little slippery when dry but get grippy with sweat - or you can mist with water to instantly increase the grip.
Our travel / hot yoga mats are also microfiber top we find them to be more grippy overall and definitely grippier with sweat also.
Yoga and meditation are personal journeys; everyone's practice is unique and has its own needs. Please use these mats for your practice responsibly. Click here for our full disclaimer.
How do I care for my yoga mats ?
TRAVEL / HOT YOGA MATS
Great news! Your travel mat is machine washable! We recommend a gentle, cold water wash with a mild detergent. Wash as often as is necessary, being mindful that the more you machine wash the mat, the faster it may break down. The same 50/50 water and vinegar solution you use for your yoga mat works wonders as a disinfectant and cleaner for your travel mat. ** DO NOT put your travel mat in the dryer ** The heat from the dryer can cause the bond between the rubber and the microfiber layers to break down prematurely. Lay your mat flat or on a line to dry.
NEW MICROFIBER TOP YOGA MATS
We recommend spot cleaning with soap and water. Try not to leave your mat out in the sun for prolonged exposure as it can fade the printing.
What is the difference between the Traditional Stretched Canvas Prints and the Canvas Wrap prints?
These both are very high quality canvas prints and look nearly identical from the outside. On the back they do look different. The Traditional Stretched Canvas is made with a wood frame and the canvas wraps are stretched around a lightweight synthetic frame. We chose to offer both based on the particular sizing our manufacturing partners offer.
Do you offer wholesale terms ?
We're happy to offer wholesale pricing for boutiques wishing to carry our Starwater Yoga travel mats and all 11:11 items including our notebooks. Contact us at satnam @ starwateryoga . com for our online catalog.
Where do these designs come from ?
All our designs are created by Jamila Starwater Tazewell with the intention to uplift the energy and create sacred spaces through art. Read more about our story here.