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We promote the circular economy thanks to the reuse of vintage Mayan ancestral fabrics.

We produce our yoga bag ethically and artisanally in a small fair trade workshop in Antigua Guatemala with a lot of dedication and love. That is why we do not produce on a large scale, but in small limited editions.
· Measurements: 66 cm long and 44 cm in diameter.
· Vintage Mayan huipil, 100% cotton from the region of Nahualá, Guatemala.
· Zipper proportional to the length of the bag for easy access.
· Inside pocket with zipper.
· Adjustable handle with thick cotton reinforcement.
· Wash separately. max temperature 20 degrees.
· Wash separately.
max temperature 20ºC
This cover is not just a cover to carry your mat, it is a unique piece loaded with symbolism through the hidden language of the Mayan worldview.
Vegan Expedition is a sustainable project with the mission of restoring the link with ourselves and with the Earth.

Go deeper into your essence by joining our spaces for feminine connection, and honor Nature without compromising its delicate balance with the help of our careful selection of sacred elements.

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Nahualá Yoga Mat Cover

Nahualá Yoga Mat Cover

With this beautiful and unique handmade yoga cover you can practically carry your yoga mat and accessories around the world. Made from ancestral Mayan looms, 100% denim cotton, dyed with natural dyes and a vintage huipil fringe, made on a waist loom.

    Each Yoga Bag is unique. The fabrics of the vintage huipiles of our Yoga Bags are unique. No two are the same but they all share a similar design, color and symbology.

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    Mayan ancestral textiles

    Vintage Mayan huipiles are loaded with symbols that represent nature, animals and the Mayan worldview. Thanks to the reuse of these valuable fabrics, we promote the circular economy, creating unique handmade accessories in a small workshop in Antigua, Guatemala.