No-Slide Yoga Mat. {Review} ~ Edith Lazenby

Via Edie Lazenby
on Sep 26, 2013
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sol mat

Getting the right tool makes all the difference.

I am always looking for mats to recommend to my students. It’s an investment, but doing yoga on a mat where you slide is awful, in my opinion.

This Sol Sticky Grip Yoga mat has a nice thickness for the knees and both sides are functional. The side with the design is smooth and I’ve yet to slip on it. The other side is like a more traditional yoga mat.

The only downside is that due to the thickness, it is a bit heavy, but use the right mat bag and the weight really presents no problem.

I know we can buy mats almost anywhere today. I would not recommend a new student invest too much in a new mat but once you’re dedicated to your practice having the right tool makes all the difference.

I can recommend this mat as one worth buying if you’re looking for a mat with cushioning where you won’t slide. Gaiam boasts this mat has a coating that keeps out odors, moisture and bacteria with a polyurethane coating that keeps practitioners from slipping.


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About Edie Lazenby

Edith Lazenby's first love is poetry. Her second is yoga. Life unrolls in ways she could have never have imagined. She loves to love and live life daringly. Leap and the net will appear is how the saying goes but they don't tell you what to do after it disappears. Edith lives in Baltimore with her cat, Cucumber. She works all the time, it seems, these days. Life is good. Blessings are many.


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