The Grounders™ Yoga Mat is a unique and innovative mat that allows you to practice yoga while grounded to the earth’s natural electricity. It is the first double-sided grounded mat that can be used both indoors and outdoors.
The mat features a conductive hydrophilic polyurethane top and bottom layer that absorbs sweat, making it comfortable and easy to clean. It is fully conductive on both sides, with no cord needed when placed on a grounded surface or when used with the included magnetic snap cord for indoor use.
The Grounders Yoga Mat is made from eco-friendly and non-toxic materials, including polyurethane infused with conductive carbon that is free from PVC, phthalates, and unpleasant odors.
The polyurethane provides a smooth, sweat-absorbent surface, while the carbon allows the mat to conduct the earth’s electrons and makes it naturally flame resistant without the use of harsh chemicals.
The core of the mat is made from natural rubber, which provides dense cushioning for added comfort during your yoga practice. The Grounders Yoga Mat is sustainably packaged and measures 3.5mm thick and 26″ x 71″ in size.
If you are interested in learning a little more about grounding for health, read below:
Earthing, also known as grounding, is the practice of intentionally connecting with the earth’s natural electrical field. This can be done by walking barefoot on natural surfaces such as grass, sand, or soil, or by using earthing products such as mats, sheets, or pillow covers that are specifically designed to conduct the earth’s electrons.
The practice of earthing has been associated with a number of potential health benefits, including reduced inflammation, improved sleep, and decreased stress. Some people also claim that earthing can help to improve cardiovascular function, reduce pain and muscle tension, and boost immune function.
While there is limited scientific evidence to support these claims, some studies have suggested that earthing may have a positive effect on the body’s natural rhythms and processes. For example, one study found that earthing may improve sleep by helping to regulate the production of melatonin, a hormone that plays a role in sleep-wake cycles. Another study found that earthing may help to reduce stress by lowering levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
Overall, the practice of earthing is a simple and natural way to connect with the earth and potentially improve overall health and well-being. Whether you choose to walk barefoot or use earthing products, taking the time to intentionally connect with the earth can be a refreshing and rejuvenating experience.