Yoga Mat Perfection
Travel to your local studio or to the far reaches of the planet with our signature Sacred Hot Yoga Towel / Travel Mat. Its lightweight portability, highly absorbent material, and grippy natural rubber bottom, make it the perfect on-the-go mat and/or as extra support in your hot yoga practice.Explore More
Pro & Core Sacred Yoga Mats
Super Grippy and Reversible
Our 100% recyclable, non-toxic, reversible/double-sided natural rubber / vegan leather yoga mats are completely non-slip & floor stable.
Stay balanced, while also taking care of those sensitive wrists and knees with firm, yet comfortable 3mm (Core) or 5mm (Pro) support.
SACRED yoga mats are made with long-lasting, high quality rubber that will not crumble onto your hands and feet.
10% + Carrying Bag
Save 10% when purchasing a Yoga Mat of your choice + a signature Sacred Yoga Mat Carrying Bag.
- Central Alignment
- Eco-Friendly Natural Rubber
- Extreme Grip
- Extra Long & Extra Wide
- High Vibe Design
- Very Easy to Clean
What Our Yogis Think
Don't take our word for it. Below are some testimonials from just a few of our happy yogis.
I love how thin the Travel Mat is. I LOVE the bag. The design. Really feels like art infused in every detail!
Ziva Meditation Coach
I’m constantly traveling, so I take my Sacred Travel mat with me everywhere — I really love it for yoga and also for my daily workouts. It’s so perfect.
Dr. Mark Hyman
14-Times Best Selling Author & Functional Medicine Guru
"For once, I'm not slipping and sliding on my mat, even in hot yoga. This mat is so grippy and stable, wow!"
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