The kind folks at reviews.com recently sent me their research on the best yoga mats in the business (http://www.reviews.com/best-yoga-mat/). I found their results to be extremely interesting and well researched. As a yoga instructor, I have some great mats and I have had some terrible yoga mats. There is that balance between good cushion, not slippery, not sticky, and nice to look at. I’m sure all this sounds crazy to some of my readers that don’t practice yoga or use yoga mats, but to those of you that do – you know what I’m talking about. Nothing is more annoying than going into a yoga class with a brand new mat only to find out it is as slippery as can be. How is it possible to balance on one leg when standing on this ice rink called a yoga mat?!
Below I have linked the to reviews.com article on the best yoga mats. You can choose to read the whole thing or at least check out their Top 9 list. Each yoga mat brings something different to the table, and I can personally say I’ve tried two of the yoga mats on the list (#2 and #9)! For those of you on a budget and find the more pricey mats to be overwhelmingly expensive, have no fear because I currently use #9. It is one of the least expensive mats on the list, and it’s the best one I have ever used! You don’t have to spend the big bucks to have the best mats – you just have to do a little research. Luckily, reviews.com has done that for you!