LotusMasters AcuMat ECO blends the ancient Hindu Vedic spiritual tradition of lying on a bed of nails with the Chinese healing art of acupressure. Used as a mat on which to lie to achieve physical, spiritual and emotional balance, the tips of the lotus-shaped flower petals fastened to the mat contain over 5,750 acupressure points that are designed to promote the flow of qi along the body’s energy meridians which we believe helps to increase circulation, relieve stress, and invoke an overall sense of well-being, serenity and euphoria.
The lotus flower is a symbol of purity, serenity, and peace. In Buddhist tradition, it is believed that meditating on the lotus can calm the spirit and bring about a feeling of harmony. We have therefore chosen this ancient and mystical flower to create our exclusive, effective design for a next generation acupressure mat.
WHY IS THE LOTUSMASTERS ACUMAT ECO SPECIAL?
LotusMasters AcuMat ECO represents the next generation of acupressure mats and is made of 100% Thermo Plastic Elastomer (TPE) – a highly durable, lightweight, flexible, non-slip material that is environmentally friendly and easy to recycle. It is photodegradable, non-toxic, PVC-free and contains no chlorides. The lotus-shaped flowers are made of 100% non-toxic updated Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) plastic and are embedded directly into the TPE mat material without the need for toxic glues, providing extra strength and resistance.
All LotusMasters AcuMat ECO mats are manufactured to the highest quality standards. Our factory has passed the ISO9001 quality management system and it has CE, RoHS, AZO and BSCI certificates. The acupressure mats are tested by SGS to ensure quality compliance.
*We suggest that as you get used to your LotusMasters AcuMat ECO, you begin by using it on a carpeted surface or with a T-shirt. Once you become accustomed to the wonderful relaxation the mat provides, you will then be delighted that you have purchased a mat that doesn’t compromise on acupressure intensity achievable when using it directly on a hard surface.
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