Weave Nature into your Yoga practice
Comfortable thickness for padding
Good grip, non-slippery
Easy to clean
Light to carry (700g)
The beautiful patterns on the mats are traditional and have a cultural meaning. The black pattern is woven with pandanas, dyed using natural, locally-sourced leaf dyes.
Tali Tali Yoga Mats come in a average size of 63cm x 170cm. However as they are hand made, size may very slightly. The exact size of each mat will be listed.
TAKING CARE OF YOUR TALI TALI MAT
To clean, disinfect, and add a nice scent to your mat, wipe it down with a damp towel (make sure the towel is dry damp and not very wet) using mat cleaner mixture (you can make your own). let it hang dry in a well-ventilated room or outside in the fresh air.
to make your own mat cleaner mixture mix:
1 cup white vinegar
3 cups filtered water
1 tsp tea tree oil
50/50 mixture of water and apple cider vinegar (for a quick clean)
The scents we recommend are lemon, orange, eucalyptus and tee tree for energy, or lavender and mint for a more relaxing scent.
Avoid getting Wet
If your Tali Tali mat gets wet, simply let it hang dry outside in the Sun & fresh air or in a well-ventilated room.
Tali Tali Yoga mats carry a much bigger essence than "just another" Yoga mat.
Each Tali Tali mat:
is a unique, handmade art piece,
morally and financially helps support Taveuni women
made only of natural materials and processes, bringing a deeper connection with nature into your yoga practice
made in a traditional Fijian manner, just as mats were woven hundreds of years ago, and retain great cultural value to this day.
The Story Behind
Tali Tali Yoga Mats
"Tali Tali" means woven in Fijian.
Get to know the women who make them,
There traditional value in Fijian culture &
what it takes to create each Tali Tali Yoga mat.