Yantra Mat Benefits
Using the mat for 20 minutes per day may help to:
- Relieve stress
- Give you a good night’s sleep
- Boost energy levels
- Relieve aches and pains
The Yantra Mat works on the principle of acupressure. Acupressure is a form of touch therapy that utilises the principles of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. In acupressure, the same points on the body are used as in acupuncture, but are stimulated with finger pressure instead of with the insertion of needles. Acupressure is used to relieve a variety of symptoms and pain.
The Yantra Mat is for anyone who wants to have more energy and increase their general wellbeing. If you’re suffering from stress, having difficulty sleeping, are low in energy, experiencing muscle tension, stiffness, headaches, back or neck pain, or you simply need a better and more complete rest, then the Yantra Mat could be for you. The Yantra Mat consists of 8,820 acupressure contact points which are calibrated to provide equal pressure at all points.
You can lie on the Yantra Mat on your back or your stomach. Or you can place the mat on a chair or couch and sit against it – this allows you to control how much pressure you apply. At first you may feel a slight discomfort when using the mat, so it is advisable to wear a light cotton top until you adjust to the acupressure effects.
Material and Care
- The Yantra Mat is made of 100% cotton.
- The spiked flowers are made of 100% non-toxic ABS plastic (similar to LEGO blocks)
STORAGE: You should roll up the mat and keep it in a dry and safe place, out of reach of children.
CLEANING: You can clean the Yantra Mat with warm water. Remove the foam rubber pad. Use detergent or soap and wash it by hand. Let the mat drip-dry.
TRAVEL: Remove the foam rubber pad and only take the cloth part. That way the Yantra Mat doesn’t take up so much space in your suitcase and you can simply place the cloth directly on your bed mattress. Many people have a hard time sleeping when they’re away from home. The Yantra Mat may help you get a better night’s sleep, even when you’re on the road.