It's hard to really get into the river when your down-facing dog brings you closer to a mat that has seen better days. Once you have the "I think I'll give it a try" phase of yoga and you're in the "This has changed my life" phase (usually about a week), a wearable yoga mat makes a lot of sense, especially if you donate you do not have to spend more than 7 euros. If you feel like spending a little more on your newly discovered passion, there are a variety of designs and styles to cheer up your yoga sessions that will make you Savasana all day.
Lululemon Reversible Yoga Mat
When a Mat is Easy You can not turn to this, excuse me, turn to this reversible miracle, available in ten color combinations for most tastes. The padded top layer absorbs moisture to maintain traction as you sweat through challenging poses, while antimicrobial treatment helps smother bad molds and odors.
Buy from Lululemon | £ 48
Core Balance Foam Yoga Mat
If you start practicing yoga but want to break away from the communal mats without breaking the bank, this bargain is for you. The spongy foam material dampens your bony areas in difficult sun salutations and the non-slip surface provides support during stretching. For easy transport a practical strap is included. Available in different fresh colors.
Buy at Amazon | 9,99 € (plus. 2,99 € shipping)
Betty Super Grip Yoga Mat
If you slip on a studio's mats, this option can make the difference. The latex material offers more grip than others, enough to make a difference in even the most sweaty Bikram sessions. It is also light enough to easily tie to class, and the chic eggplant color fits any sports wardrobe.
Buy at Sweaty Betty £ 65
Adidas Yoga Mat
There are not many yoga mats that look nice enough to give your decor a touch, but this raw white mat is one of the few. The unobtrusive design is complemented by a non-slip, PVC-free material that helps you to master your poses comfortably, and the carrying cord means you have your hands free to drink a Matcha Latte on the way from the studio to the office ,  Buy at Adidas | £ 34.95
Liforme Yoga Mat
This mat is expensive, but it can look really good. With the "earth's most grippy material," even when it's wet, it should see serious yoga warriors through all kinds of exercises. The orientation map in the design acts as a navigation aid for developing your skills. With a few centimeters more than an average yoga mat you can move freely. It's also PVC-free and biodegradable, and there's a pretty carrying bag.
Buy at Liforme | 100 €
Manduka eQua Superlite Travel Yoga Mat
We are glad that this mat is exceptionally wearable. It is so thin that it can be packed in your suitcase rolled up best on a beach in Ibiza. Other features of note include a partially recycled towel microfibre top that will slip when wet (very useful for beach and hot yoga), and a base made from sustainably-made rubber. Now you only have to book these flights.
Buy from The Sports Edit | £ 48.95
How We Flow … Jute Yoga Mat
Call to all nature lovers. This mat is made of a durable plant fiber blend that provides exceptional traction for your river after burglary. The thickness of 5mm allows you to feel the ground, which helps in rooting, and the handles on the base hold the mat on a number of surfaces.
Buy at Yoga Studio | £ 40