Biome Cork Yoga Mat

Using a natural cork and rubber mat will give you a more natural, comfortable, and steady yoga or pilates experience. The mat is non-toxic, plastic free, metal free, and non-irritating. It is tough and durable, and easy to clean. 

More details


4 x AUD $22.25 with Learn more
Pay with Learn more

Buying this product = 89 Reward points for Members. Your cart will total 89 points = voucher of $4.45. Not a Member? Join at checkout to claim these points.

Customer ratings and reviews

1 rating(s) - 1 review(s)
View distribution

you are making a difference:

  • Cork is a natural, sustainable, and renewable resource.
  • Cork yoga mats have a long life, and can be sanded to fix any damage. 
  • Non-toxic, plastic free, and metal free.


  • Suitable for all types of yoga and pilates. 
  • Non-irritating.
  • Smooth surface for easy cleaning.
  • Cork naturally repels hair and dust. 
  • Scratch resistant. 
  • Extremely tough and durable. 
  • Includes portable carry strap.
  • A generous 5mm thickness for extra cushioned padding and comfort on the body.
  • Non-slip rubber base.
  • Gives excellent gripping power and stability during your yoga or pilates session.  

dimensions / materials:

183 x 61cm. 5mm thickness. 

100% natural cork and rubber.

Made in China. 

Browse our other outdoor living products

By on 18 May 2019 (Biome Cork Yoga Mat) :

Look no further if you're after a comfy, non-slip mat, even when you're sweaty

I've tried a range of mat materials and brands over time: Lorna Jane Fitness Mat (nice and thick but slippery when sweaty, probably just a general exercise mat really); Manduka Lite (bit thin so not great when kneeling and also a little slippery), Lululemon Reversible 5mm (good thickness, non-slip but really squeaky, marks easily and has a really synthenic/plastic feel).

I decided to give a cork mat a go, as the general comments about cork were pretty good and the eco-friendly materials appealed to me. However, the one Aussie manufacturer seemed to have gone out of business, and imports from other known brands were very expensive (~$150 to $200 after shipping) unless I went for a particularly ugly or overly feminine design (I don't mind some modest flowers or whatever but some were quite over the top).

Behold, I found Biome's mat. Well priced, perfect thickness, lovely soft feel, environmentally responsible and non-slip through a sweaty session (though I have not yet tried it with Bikram, I have tried it with a particularly crowded Vinyasa class and it worked very well).

I really can't recommend this enough. If you're even remotely thinking about a cork mat, just get this one and call it a day.

 Report abuse

Most popular choices:


sign up for our newsletter