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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 421 reviews
      88%
      (372)
      7%
      (29)
      3%
      (13)
      1%
      (6)
      0%
      (1)
      B
      Brett L. (Cairns, AU)
      Mukti grounded yoga mat

      A very good mat . I think I need the xl mat for my height

      M
      Mahtab A. (Melbourne, AU)

      Mukti Grounded Yoga Mat

      C
      C. (Wollongong, AU)
      Best mats ever for an active yoga practice

      Being gifted to train with these mats at many places I have gone to, when I trained to become a yoga teacher or maybe before that I had the opportunity to buy them. You never go back from a mukti mat.

      E
      Eva H. (Katoomba, AU)

      Mukti Grounded Yoga Mat

      D
      Deborah O. (Sydney, AU)
      Love my mat

      I love my Mukti yoga mat 🙏🙏

      J
      Julie P. (Sydney, AU)
      Exactly what I was looking for

      After years of doing yoga, I decided to get a new mat.

      When I first got into yoga I did not know what I was looking for in a mat, so I went down to the local sports store and chose one that wasn't too expensive yet not too cheap.

      This time I knew I wanted not only a good grip, but something long enough for my body and to top it off better for the environment!
      The Mukti Ground Yoga Mat ticked all these boxes and at a good price! Would highly recommend to those looking for a mat.

      A
      Angela K. (Sydney, AU)
      Great mat

      I am enjoying my new mat, it has great grip with the jute. Very happy that it is made with natural materials. The smell does dissipate though takes time. Very prompt delivery, thanks team!

      K
      Kamahl (Geelong, AU)
      Best yoga mat ever

      My yoga studio used mukti mats so I already knew they were good. I have bought 3 of these now. I have one at home, one at the studio, and I bought the XL one for my housemate's birthday.

      K
      Kate J. (Sydney, AU)
      Nothing special…

      I find the mat weirdly super grippy (my tights get sort of stuck to it), but also slidey! I’m not a sweaty person, but my hands do slip a little when I get hot.
      It looks nice though!

      E
      Elsa E. (Sydney, AU)
      I’m allergic to my yoga mat!

      I’ve realised through my purchase of the natural rubber mat that I think I’ve got an allergy to rubber. Every time I use the mat my hands start tingling and I get a terrible rash. It took ages for be to figured out but I think that’s what it is… also the mat smells very strongly of a toxic rubbery smell that is a real turn off when practicing. I tried cleaning it with lavender but it was too strong. So I think I’m going to have to give away the msg unfortunately - it’s not for me.

      Hi Elsa​,

      Thank you for your email. We are very sorry to receive a 1 star rating from you due to your allergy to our product. As a small family business we work really hard for our reputation. We're very happy to refund you for your purchase, I have emailed you details regarding this process.

      The smell is completely natural (the same as a tapped rubber tree) and will fade with use. Some people are more sensitive than others to it.

      I have listed all of the ingredients in the mat so that you can make sure that this doesn't happen again with your next mat purchase. If you have a latex allergy you would react as Natural Rubber has latex, otherwise a grass allergy can cause some people to react to Jute - however this is extremely rare.

      Natural tree rubber
      Natural tree rubber (or latex) comes from trees. We source our rubber from a farm in Thailand, our farm is well established and is committed to no further clearing of surrounding forests.
      The natural rubber used in our yoga mats is extracted from rubber trees by a method called tapping, similar to how maple syrup is harvested.
      Tapping involves small incisions made in the bark so that the tree can release latex fluid. This fluid flows into containers and is used as the main ingredient in our mats.
      Latex liquid is a sticky, milky sap, and requires a couple of steps before it will be sold as natural rubber.

      Sulphur
      To create our yoga mats the natural tree rubber under goes a process called vulcanisation, an essential process for all natural rubber mats, without it, you'd be doing downward dog in a sticky mess of rubber.

      Vulcanisation involves heating the rubber with a small amount of sulphur (roughly the the same amount of sulphur as you'd add to a heated spa to keep it clean).

      BHT
      BHT (Butylated hydroxytoluene) is not as scary as the name suggests. BHT is widely used for its antioxidant properties.

      You can find BHT in cosmetic products, foods and other products to assist in slowing down the process of oxidisation. BHT has a very low acute toxicity and is non-carcinogenic.

      Dyes
      To colour our mats we use non-toxic, solid inorganic dyes that have been extracted from minerals.

      Kindest,
      Lis

      Customer Reviews

      Based on 421 reviews
      88%
      (372)
      7%
      (29)
      3%
      (13)
      1%
      (6)
      0%
      (1)
      B
      Brett L. (Cairns, AU)
      Mukti grounded yoga mat

      A very good mat . I think I need the xl mat for my height

      M
      Mahtab A. (Melbourne, AU)

      Mukti Grounded Yoga Mat

      C
      C. (Wollongong, AU)
      Best mats ever for an active yoga practice

      Being gifted to train with these mats at many places I have gone to, when I trained to become a yoga teacher or maybe before that I had the opportunity to buy them. You never go back from a mukti mat.

      E
      Eva H. (Katoomba, AU)

      Mukti Grounded Yoga Mat

      D
      Deborah O. (Sydney, AU)
      Love my mat

      I love my Mukti yoga mat 🙏🙏

      J
      Julie P. (Sydney, AU)
      Exactly what I was looking for

      After years of doing yoga, I decided to get a new mat.

      When I first got into yoga I did not know what I was looking for in a mat, so I went down to the local sports store and chose one that wasn't too expensive yet not too cheap.

      This time I knew I wanted not only a good grip, but something long enough for my body and to top it off better for the environment!
      The Mukti Ground Yoga Mat ticked all these boxes and at a good price! Would highly recommend to those looking for a mat.

      A
      Angela K. (Sydney, AU)
      Great mat

      I am enjoying my new mat, it has great grip with the jute. Very happy that it is made with natural materials. The smell does dissipate though takes time. Very prompt delivery, thanks team!

      K
      Kamahl (Geelong, AU)
      Best yoga mat ever

      My yoga studio used mukti mats so I already knew they were good. I have bought 3 of these now. I have one at home, one at the studio, and I bought the XL one for my housemate's birthday.

      K
      Kate J. (Sydney, AU)
      Nothing special…

      I find the mat weirdly super grippy (my tights get sort of stuck to it), but also slidey! I’m not a sweaty person, but my hands do slip a little when I get hot.
      It looks nice though!

      E
      Elsa E. (Sydney, AU)
      I’m allergic to my yoga mat!

      I’ve realised through my purchase of the natural rubber mat that I think I’ve got an allergy to rubber. Every time I use the mat my hands start tingling and I get a terrible rash. It took ages for be to figured out but I think that’s what it is… also the mat smells very strongly of a toxic rubbery smell that is a real turn off when practicing. I tried cleaning it with lavender but it was too strong. So I think I’m going to have to give away the msg unfortunately - it’s not for me.

      Hi Elsa​,

      Thank you for your email. We are very sorry to receive a 1 star rating from you due to your allergy to our product. As a small family business we work really hard for our reputation. We're very happy to refund you for your purchase, I have emailed you details regarding this process.

      The smell is completely natural (the same as a tapped rubber tree) and will fade with use. Some people are more sensitive than others to it.

      I have listed all of the ingredients in the mat so that you can make sure that this doesn't happen again with your next mat purchase. If you have a latex allergy you would react as Natural Rubber has latex, otherwise a grass allergy can cause some people to react to Jute - however this is extremely rare.

      Natural tree rubber
      Natural tree rubber (or latex) comes from trees. We source our rubber from a farm in Thailand, our farm is well established and is committed to no further clearing of surrounding forests.
      The natural rubber used in our yoga mats is extracted from rubber trees by a method called tapping, similar to how maple syrup is harvested.
      Tapping involves small incisions made in the bark so that the tree can release latex fluid. This fluid flows into containers and is used as the main ingredient in our mats.
      Latex liquid is a sticky, milky sap, and requires a couple of steps before it will be sold as natural rubber.

      Sulphur
      To create our yoga mats the natural tree rubber under goes a process called vulcanisation, an essential process for all natural rubber mats, without it, you'd be doing downward dog in a sticky mess of rubber.

      Vulcanisation involves heating the rubber with a small amount of sulphur (roughly the the same amount of sulphur as you'd add to a heated spa to keep it clean).

      BHT
      BHT (Butylated hydroxytoluene) is not as scary as the name suggests. BHT is widely used for its antioxidant properties.

      You can find BHT in cosmetic products, foods and other products to assist in slowing down the process of oxidisation. BHT has a very low acute toxicity and is non-carcinogenic.

      Dyes
      To colour our mats we use non-toxic, solid inorganic dyes that have been extracted from minerals.

      Kindest,
      Lis