Anahata yoga mat

Rediscover your yoga practice with the Ayurvedic Yoga Mat.
Yoga is a spiritual practice, that’s why our mats are hand woven and dyed in India, in a peaceful environment, by local artisans. Each mat is unique and made with intention and respect for the rich weaving traditions of India. Associated with tradition and intention, made entirely by hand and in harmony with nature, this is an alternative to mass-produced mats made from materials harmful to the environment.

The mats are woven from organic cotton and dyed according to the ancient Ayurvedic fabric dyeing method. To obtain the colors of the Anahata mat, the following herbs were used: Holy Basil, False daisy, Triphala, Vetiver & Neem.

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Ayurvedic yoga mat Anahata

Thickness: approx. 5 mm.
Dimensions: approx. 180 cm x 67 cm.
Material: organic cotton
Grip: very good
Origin: handmade in India
Additional features: Aromatherapeuthic, antibacterial, antifungal, moisture-absorbing.
The aromatherapeutic aromas of Ayurvedic herbs used to color our mats give everyday yoga practice a different dimension. Our mats are relaxing and grounding, bringing more awareness to each movement.

Our yoga mats are ethical, handmade from organic cotton & dyed naturally with medicinal herbs, which is an ancient Ayurvedic method of dying fabric using plants. To achieve the colors of the Anahata yoga mat, herbs like Holy Basil, False daisy, Triphala, Vetiver & Neem have been used.

The roots, flowers, leaves, seeds and barks of more than 20 medicinal herbs are used to make the dyes. The skin, which is our largest organ, absorbs the medicinal herbs that have created a micro-environment on the mat’s surface. When in contact with the skin, our therapeutic yoga mat fabric passes its medicinal properties obtained from the plants to the body, and enhances the skin’s potential to resist any harmful foreign substances.

Organic Anahata Yoga Mat — Ethical Origin, Practice, and Grip

The natural grip provided by our mats promotes better posture and more strength than a standard yoga mat. Our Ayurvedic mats are made from densely woven cotton which retains shape and absorbs moisture. Our mats are antibacterial & antifungal. They offer a great grip and are slip resistant thanks to special grip lines at both ends of the mat. This naturally creates a better alignment and keeps your hands and feet in place throughout your entire yoga practice. The mats have natural latex coating on the underside of the mat, which provides a strong floor grip. The latex comes directly from the rubber trees, avoiding any additional substances, preservatives, or chemicals. 

Find out more about our mats, practice on them and their grip here.

Yoga and Ayurveda

Our yoga mats are ethically handwoven in India, the birthplace of Yoga. Yoga rugs are the original mat design yoga was created & practiced on for centuries. We strive to combine ancient rituals & philosophies with modern design & functionality. The mat takes its name from the heart chakra, the traditional Sanskrit name of which is Anahata. The heart chakra, located at the level of the heart, in the center of the chest, is considered a symbol of love, freedom and expansion. Since the Heart Center is the center of emotions and feelings, the Anahata chakra also represents the qualities of the heart – such as harmony, love, clarity, purity and goodness. Ayurveda is a traditional Indian healing system, but also the art of maintaining the body’s original harmonious state. Its aim is to maintain health and well-being by keeping the mind, body and spirit in balance.

Perfectly imperfect

Our mat is hand-spun – using the best quality materials, hand-loomed – supporting the ancient traditions, and hand-dyed with medicinal plants – making sure there are no chemicals used. This makes the entire process of making Purnama Rituals yoga mats fully hand-made. Because of that, there may be slight variations in the colours and shapes of the mats. Each one is unique and made with the intention of love and kindness, with appreciation to the rich weaving traditions of India.

The mind benefits from stillness, the body benefits from movement

Yoga is a spiritual practice, which is why our yoga mats are handmade in a peaceful setting by local craftsmen. Each of them is unique and made intentionally and with respect for the rich weaving traditions of India. We want to offer a product with tradition and intention, made entirely by hand and in harmony with nature, creating an alternative to mass-produced mats in China that have flooded the market in recent years. We support the preservation of the traditions and forms of ancient art and are proud to provide livelihood for our weavers and their families with a real impact on the local community. We believe that this gives a deeper meaning and a different energy both to you and your entire yoga practice. Each Purnama Rituals yoga mat comes with organic soap nuts in a linen bag, a natural detergent, which we recommend for cleaning the mats. With each purchase, a beautiful card with a description of our yoga mats and the process of making them is also included.

Anahata, the heart chakra

Green is the colour of Anahata Chakra, which inspired the name of our mat. Anāhata is located in the region of the heart, in the centre of the chest. It is also known as the Heart Centre, and considered to be the symbol of love, freedom and expansion. Since the Heart Centre is also the centre of emotions and feelings, Anahata chakra also represents the qualities of the heart – such as harmony, love, clarity, purity and kindness.

Weight 1 kg






PL: Pochodzenie

Maty do jogi Purnama Rituals są w całości produkowane w Indiach: od materiałów, składników, ziołowych barwników, po rzemieślniczy, ręcznie tkany proces tworzenia mat. 

EN: Origin

Purnama Rituals yoga mats are made fully in India: from the materials, ingredients, herbal dyes, to the actual hand-made process of weaving the mats.

PL: Wymiary

Mata ma standardową grubość około 5 mm.

Wymiary: około 180 cm x 67 cm.
Maty mogą się miedzy sobą minimalnie różnić rozmiarem ze względu na ich ręczne wykonanie.

EN: Dimensions

The mat is approximately 5 mm thick, which is the standard yoga mat thickness.

Size: approx. 180 cm x 67 cm.
There may be slight differences is size, due to each product being handmade.

PL: Jak używać

Maty do jogi Purnama Rituals, przy odpowiedniej pielęgnacji, mogą służyć wiele lat. 

Postępuj zgodnie z naszymi instrukcjami dotyczącymi prania i używaj wyłącznie naturalnych, niezawierających chemikaliów środków piorących. 

Zalecamy chronić matę przed bezpośrednim, długotrwałym działaniem promieni słonecznych.

Przy regularnym użytkowaniu wystarczy wytrzeć matę wilgotną szmatką i powiesić do wyschnięcia. Nasze maty do jogi są naturalnie antybakteryjne dzięki zastosowanym ziołom leczniczym, co sprawia, że nie ma potrzeby czyszczenia ich tak często, jak zwykłych mat do jogi. Pierz swoją matę co 3-6 miesięcy, w zależności od praktyki i indywidualnych potrzeb.

Metoda prania:

Pierz ręcznie, w zimnej wodzie, używając organicznych orzechów piorących i lnianego woreczka, które otrzymasz wraz z matą.

Orzechy piorące, czyli indyjskie jagody piorące są niesamowitym naturalnym detergentem dzięki naturalnej esencji czyszczącej zawartej w ich skorupce. Są to owoce małego drzewa zwanego drzewem Sapindus Mukorossi, pochodzącego z Himalajów.


-Umieść 5 orzechów piorących zalanych 2 szklankami wody w garnku.
– Doprowadź do wrzenia, zmniejsz płomień i gotuj na wolnym ogniu przez 20 minut.
-Odcedź płyn, wysusz orzechy, których możesz w ten sam sposób użyć ponownie. Płyn stosuj jako środek do prania ręcznego.


-Umieść 5 orzechów piorących w torbie i zabezpiecz sznurkiem.
-Włóż orzechy piorących do pralki, wraz z matą.
-Pierz w cyklu prania ręcznego, w zimnej wodzie.

Powiesić w cieniu do wyschnięcia.

EN: How to use

Purnama Rituals yoga mats can last a lifetime with proper care.

Follow our washing instructions and only use natural, chemical-free washing products to clean the mats. Keep out of direct sunlight.

During regular use, it is enough to wipe the mat down with a damp cloth, and hang to dry. Our yoga mats are naturally antibacterial and have antifungal properties due to the medicinal herbs used, so you won’t have to clean them as often as regular yoga mats.  Wash every 3-6 months, depending on your practice & individual needs.

Washing method:

Wash by hand, in cold water, using the 100% organic soap nuts & linen bag, that come with the mat.

Soap nuts, or Indian soap berries, are an amazing natural detergent due to a natural cleaning essence that is contained in their shell. They are the fruits of a small tree called Sapindus Mukorossi tree, native to the Himalayas.


-Place 5 soap nuts with 2 cups of water in a pot.
-Bring to boil, turn down the flame and let it simmer for 20 minutes.
-Strain the liquid, put the soap nuts to dry. Use the liquid as washing detergent.


-Place 5 soap nuts in the bag and secure with string.
-Place the soap nuts into the washing machine.
-Wash on hand-washing cycle, in cold water.

Hang in shade to dry.

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