Its generous size creates a stable, comfortable surface for meditation if a zafu is not available to you.Placing the bolster under the knees in lying down positions can take the pressure out of the lower back allowing for more comfort and ease in Yoga Nidra, Shavasana or just generally lying down on your back.
This pattern was created using two blocks. One for the outline and the other for the finer detail of the flower. The black dye used is called syahi which is a black printing paste made from scrap recycled iron which is fermented with molasses and water for 15 days. This blend creates a rich brown colour that is briefly boiled with tamarind powder. When printing the colour turns to black and is laid to dry and fix in the sun for one-two days. The fabric is then submerged into alizarin dye to fix the black dye. Fabric is washed and followed by another dip in harder to fix the dye.
|· Hand block printed by artisans in Rajasthan India|
· Removable, washable cover
· Handy carry handle
· 100% Drill Cotton or cotton quilted where described
|· 70 x 30 x 15cm|
· 2.7 Kg
· 100% cotton lining made in India
· Hand filled with 100% Kapok or at times when our supply chain is affected we use Australian Cotton
|· Wash separately|
· Outer cover gentle machine wash cold, line dry
· Inner cover spot clean