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Quick Overview

Aladastra towels although extra long, can fit in your palm when folded! Unfolded they cover even the longest yoga mats. This way you can have a clean and private workout surface wherever you practice! Ideal for a sweaty practice since grip increases when wet. Your Aladastra towel will accompany you in every adventure, it's the ultimate travel towel. It will dry overnight when completely soaked and within minutes after a shower or a dive. It will cover a sunbed and will be your go to item on a sailing boat or yacht. For the avid yogis know that our towels can be used also as superlight yoga blankets with a silky soft touch to accompany your Savasana.

  • -Size: 203 cm X 65cm -Super light weight & compact -Ultra absorbent -Quick Drying --Sand Repelling -Anti-Slip when wet -Silk Touch -Eco friendly Certified: STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®-Material: 100% high-tech microfiber - Machine washable at 30 degrees

  • Made in Greece, designed and printed in Athens

Symbols & colors to guide your practice
Stones with earthly colors such as Tigers Eye and Brown Agate are very grounding. Tigers eye apart from being a highly protective stone, grants us self-awareness helping us recognize talents and faults. One of the most interesting qualities of brown agate is that it helps cleanse ourselves of bitterness and helps us forgive. Additionally it is a stone that enhances maturity and composure.

Elements of a beige color hue would be Mother of Pearl and Pearls. Both of them have healing properties, as this is the reason for their existence. They soothe the nervous system and dispel negative energy.

Geometric mosaics are one of the oldest art forms used to decorate houses and temples with intricate designs originating in Mesopotamia in the 3rd millennium bc. They hold to their core, the concept of tessellation, filling a plane with geometrical shapes that allow no gaps or overlaps. They have given rise to games of recreational mathematics and jigsaws, and their geometry has traditionally been a conversation starter for philosophers. We find that mosaics remind us a lot of our world, although each piece is different in shape, color, material and size they all come together and create one single piece of art. Mosaics awaken our ability to adapt, to tolerate, to become one and connect with everyone and everything around us. They remind us that no matter our apparent differences we are all one.

This pyramid is the Tetractys, for the Greek philosopher and mathematician Pythagoras, it symbolizes the musical, arithmetic and geometric ratios upon which the universe was constructed.
With every line holding a different meaning.
1st row from the top: The single point represents wisdom and the divine dimension
2nd row: Represents the first dimension, two points signaling the power of division, representing movement and impulse, which lead to courage and strength.
3rd row: Represents the second dimension, that of Harmony, which is the unity of physical beauty and mental balance.
4th row: Represents the four points that connect represent the four basic elements, earth, air, fire and water.