DIY yoga mat cleaner recipe - MYyoga multi mist DIY MYrecipe - Keep your mat free from germs!

This DIY yoga mat cleaning spray recipe will help keep your matt from crawling with heeby jeebies.

Bacteria can survive on a surface for several hours to days, while viruses can survive longer and even linger for weeks.

Yoga mats can harbour bacteria, fungi, viruses, and more. Elle conducted specimens on mats from a New York Yoga studio and sent them off to be tested for bacteria and fungi and the results were disgusting (see here)

But it is easily fixed! Simply cleaning your mat with this DIY yoga mat cleaner after and prior to practice is all you need.

DIY yoga cleaner recipe - MYyoga mist DIY MYrecipe

I have created MYyoga mist is the perfect multi-purpose accessory to your yoga bag!

What you need:-


  • Simply add essential oils to vegetable glycerine and add to bottle

  • Add rest of ingredients

  • Shake the DIY yoga mat cleaner gently before use

Use it 3 ways..... 1. ~ Spritz through the room prior to practice to infuse the aroma and inhale essential oil benefits & properties to help relax body & mind. 2. ~ Use as a body mist!! Spray onto wrist and nape of neck. (not recommended if using alcohol) 3. ~ Spray onto Yoga mat and gently wipe to clean mat.

What YOU can is enough

Myleigh xo

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***These statements have not been evaluated by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration and The Clean Living Clinics product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

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