Tibetan Meditation Belt

Tibetan Meditation Belt

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Tibetan Meditation Belt is handmade in Nepal. It is made with pure wool which provides excellent support for the spine and back.

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Tibetan Meditation Belt is handmade in Nepal. It is made with pure wool which provides excellent support for the spine and back.

The meditation belt helps the practitioners to sit in one position for a long period of time and makes meditation more relaxing and comfortable.

This is a standard size meditation belt.

It is 41 inches long and it has 82 inches of diameter approx.

Additional information

Weight 0.25 kg
Dimensions 104 cm

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