Featuring a unique design from the world of Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, this unique yoga mat is laser etched with our hand drawn Tree of Gondor™ pattern. Alongside the crown of Gondor and the seven stars representing the constellations of Middle-earth, the tree stands tall and straight. This positioning of the design will give users a perfect base with which to align themselves and following the intertwining branches of the design will help to focus the mind during meditation.
- Outstanding grip, non-slip rubber base (2.8kg).
- Extra cushioning (4.2mm thick).
- Longer and wider than industry standard (68cm x 185cm).
- Biodegradable, PVC free, non-toxic (natural rubber, vegan leather).
- Contributes to reforesting the Scottish Highlands.
Middle-earth and The Lord of the Rings and the names of the characters, places, events and items therein, are trademarks or registered trademarks of The Saul Zaentz Company dba Middle-earth Enterprises (“SZC”) used under license by Middle-earth Yoga. All rights reserved.
Absolutely love my new yoga mat! Enough padding to be super comfy, but firm and non-slip too, it really does make downward facing dog so much easier, my hands and feet don't slip at all! I love that the pattern helps with alignment too, it's nice being able to see that my hands are parallel. Might be driving my yoga partner slightly mad by shouting "For Gondor!" at the end of each practice though :D
I would absolutely recommend this mat! It doesn’t slip around, it’s comfortable, and the design is perfect for helping me stay aligned. Order fulfillment/shipping was timely as well!
TREE OF GONDOR™ 'Tirith' Yoga Mat
My favorite mat. A stunningly beautiful, impression of the White Tree of Gondor, set out in elegant form. A feast for the eyes, that helps me align my hands and feet in my best downward dog ever! If you love trees, and yoga, and The Lord of the Rings too, you'll be as smitten as I am by the genius behind this functional beauty. Last but not least, I love that every purchase helps to reforest the Scottish Highlands.