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Jayei Athletics

Jayei Athletics | Yoga Mud Mats

Jayei Athletics | Yoga Mud Mats

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Are you constantly losing grip due to sweaty hands? Are your joints in discomfort due to thin mats?

Our slip-resistant mats provide better traction and grip the sweatier you get. The natural rubber adheres to the floor and the microsuede texture provides a soft surface that grips the more you sweat. The suede surface is a towel and mat in one! Our 4.5 mm mats provide great support and protection for your joints so you can spend more time enjoying your workouts. 


  • Size: 70X24 inches  (178X61cm)
  • Thickness: 4.5mm
  • Weight: 2.8 kg (6lbs)


Mino: Also known as the Dahomey Amazons, were an all-female regime of skillfully trained warriors of the Fon people of the Dahomey Kingdom. The warriors were powerful and fearless and notorious for decapitating their enemies during battle. They fought valiantly in the first Franco-Dahemian War in 1890. They are remembered for their ferocity, prowess in battle, and bravery. 


Nzinga (Na-Zeen-Ga) : Queen Nzinga Mbande was a fearless leader of the Ndongo and Metamba Kingdoms, now Angola. During the 17th century, she fought for the freedom of her kingdoms against Portuguese colonization. With her clever military tactics and political aptitude, she was able to secure power and keep the Portuguese at bay. 


Amina: A legendary warrior and queen of Zazzau, present day Nigeria. In the late 1500s she introduced metal battle armour to her region and successfully expanded the Zazzau territory. In her 34-year reign, she was able to secure trading passages through the Sahara and built fortresses and strategic encampments


Charwe: Nehanda Charwe Nyakasikana was a spiritual leader or mhondoro, of the Shona people of Mashonaland, now in Zimbabwe. She greatly influenced the Chimurenfa (War of Liberation) to stop the colonization of the British in the late 19th century. She helped organize and direct the resistance of the European assaults. After a valiant fight, the Shona and Ndebele people ran out of supplies and Charwe allowed herself to be captured to avoid further bloodshed. She was sentenced to death by hanging. Before she died she resounded, “My bones will surely rise!” Nehanda Charwe represents nationalist struggle for liberation and is also called Mbuya Charwe, or grandmother of Zimbabwe. 


Assata: “She who struggles”. Through our struggles we find our strength. Inspired by prominent activist, Assata Shakur, who was a member of the Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army from 1971-1973. She fought for racial, social, and economic equality. She is still deemed a threat with requests for her extradition.  She is revolutionary in thought and action. We honor her strength and courage.

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