The most beautiful and thoughtful yoga mat! You have paid attention to so many small details! That makes these mats perfect!
For me, the yoga mats from VEVBLEU combine quality, comfort, ease of use and modern design.
As a Yoga teacher, the softness and grip was a great surprise as I didn’t expect something so beautiful and soft, to be functional and super non-slip.
With a desire for sustainability,
a pinch of luxury and passion for modern colours, we create for the bold and subtle alike.
I believe that we are not simply placed on this earth to live; but instead, to create a positive impact on the lives of the people we meet along our journey. This is why VEVBLEU is strongly rooted in our mission of empowering women through philanthropy as well as protecting and preserving the environment for future generations.
I do not see VEVBLEU as solely a business but as a glimpse into my heart and the places I have called home for most of my life; the tropical paradise of the Seychelles and the melting-pot that is South Africa. Inspired by the spirit of giving back, empowering others and making the world a better place, I joyfully bring you ordinary products that have evolved into the extraordinary.Get to know us
All of our mats feature a non-slip, ultra-absorbent vegan suede microfiber surface designed to grip despite sweat. Our yoga mats are made with natural tree rubber and printed using waterbased ink, ensuring they are harmless to you and the world. This way they are perfect for your daily yoga practice, pilates and even playtime with the little ones!
183 x 68 cm
even when sweaty
natural tree rubber
with soap and water
Keep a girl in school
End period poverty
Period Poverty limits safety, dignity, opportunity and health. When millions of people around the world have limited access to education due to menstruation; one may consider period poverty a global crisis.
Here at VEVBLEU, we believe that period poverty is a fight, we must all fight. We have decided that a portion of every one of your VEVBLEU purchases - no matter how big or small - would help keep a disadvantaged girl child in a classroom, allowing her to realise her true potential.