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Jade Harmony Yoga Mat

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Product Description

Premium 3/16-inch yoga mat made with open-cell, natural rubber

Offers terrific slip-resistance even with perspiration on the mat

Produces exceptional resilience and incomparable cushioning

Made with no PVC or ozone-depleting substances

Washes easily with soap and water; comes in 68- and 74-inch lengths

Jade Yoga's most popular premium mat, the Jade Harmony Professional 3/16-inch mat offers a perfect balance of traction
and cushion. Jade mats are made with open-cell, natural rubber, which is well known for offering terrific
slip-resistance. As a result, you no longer have to worry about slipping on your practice mat--even if it gets wet with
perspiration. Jade mats also offer exceptional resilience, unmatched compression-set resistance, and incomparable
cushioning, so you'll stay comfortable with every pose. And because natural rubber is a renewable resource tapped from
rubber trees, the company's mats contain no PVC or ozone-depleting substances. Jade mats--which are made in the U.S. in
compliance with all U.S. environmental and labor laws--are perfect for the yogi concerned about the Earth. Jade Yoga
also plants a tree for every mat sold in partnership with Trees for the Future.

The Harmony Professional comes in 68- and 74-inch lengths and is available in a variety of colors. The Jade can be hand
washed with mild soap and warm water, and then hung or laid flat to dry out of direct sunlight.

About Jade Yoga
In a way, Jade Yoga began long before launching its first purple and blue Harmony yoga mats in 2002. Jade Yoga grew out
of Jade Industries, a company that had been making non-slip natural rubber rug pads for area rugs since the early 1970s.
For many years, Jade Industries also sold rug pads to select yogis in the area for use as yoga mats. As the story goes,
rug mats first attracted the attention of yogis after B.K.S. Iyengar--who was in the U.S. doing a yoga demonstration on
an oriental rug--asked a student to remove the rug after slipping repeatedly. Under the rug sat a rug mat, and the first
yoga mat was born. Unfortunately, most yoga companies started making mats of cheap, imitation plastic or PVC
instead--annoyingly slippery surfaces that were close to useless for many practices. Jade Yoga began in earnest in 2000
after it was approached by a savvy yogi who described the problem with these plastic and PVC mats. As Jade Industries
were already making natural rubber rug pads, the company approached the problem from that angle and developed the
Harmony, the first natural rubber yoga mat. Located in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, Jade Yoga has a number of products in
the pipeline that align with the company's vision of producing high-quality products in an way.

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