Yoga mat with hand-painted print: Island of the Gods

Yoga mat with hand-painted print: Island of the Gods

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Hand-painted yoga mat with natural rubber base + no-slip microfiber suede, perfect for hot yoga: The grip increases with moisture. Size: 183 x 68 cm (thickness 4mm, weight around 3.5 kg). This is the mat that I currently use myself.

This mat is inspired by Bali,  and all the fractal-like patterns on the island: the rice fields, the temples, the portals, the sound-healing pyramids, the surfboards, the waves and the electric sunsets. '

The print on the mat is an acrylic oil painting that I made right after my trip to the Indonesian island. Prints of the painting can be seen (and ordered) here.

About the original painting
I have painted the design by hand (acrylic on canvas). Afterwards, the painting has been printed onto the mat by expert printers.

This is the yoga mat for balancing on the waves of light, sound and water. For the musicians, the sound healers and those of us who needs a temple, a totem pole or a trip to the tropics. For reestablishing the connection to the earth. For those who want to turn their yoga mats into cosmic surf boards of light and balance. 

Since the entire symmetry of the drawing is done by hand (no computer graphics, no cheating) the mat works as a HIGHLY motivational tool during your yoga praxis. Working patiently with the flexibility and stretching and re-balancing of tiny areas of your body WILL end up in improved flow and better balance for your entire system. 

You won’t forget this fact while practising your yoga moves on this mat, I assure you! The symmetrical patterns and tiny details will remind you.

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The design on the mat is a print of my painting 'Island of the Gods' (acrylic on canvas), inspired på Bali and all the fractal-like landscapes on the island: rice fields, temples, portals, sound-healing pyramids, surfboards, waves and electric sunsets. And, of course, yoga everywhere.