The ancient yoga practice was once conducted without any props like mats, blocks or straps. With the introduction of yoga and its expansion in the Western world, props have become common. Every practice has its own “rules” and recommendations, however they all have one thing in common today and that is the use of a mat. Mats are used to prevent slipping on the wood floors, which helps you avoid unnecessary injuries while also being more comfortable. Slipping can be quite common when you are in the hot room and you are sweating. As a hot yoga practitioner, having the right mat and a towel that absorbs sweat is very important. Mats, like anything else have had their fair level of evolution. We came across one that may serve your needs well and we would like to introduce you to it – the Aurorae Synergy mat.
This mat is quite unique because it combines two elements in one. It combines a slip-free microfiber towel with the rubber yoga mat. It is eco-safe, free from Latex and very absorbent. The Aurorae Synergy mat is offered in five colors and its design is very clean. It is ultra thick and extra long (72” x 24” wide), which is great for all body types, and it costs $59.95. One of the best features of the mat is that it is machine washable, which saves you time since you don’t have to wipe the mat after each practice. This is more hygienic.
This mat is really designed for hot yoga practices such as Ashtanga and Bikram and about 576 of your fellow yogis have reviewed the mat on Amazon and they have rated it at 4.5 stars.
So hot yoga practitioners, here it is your two-in-one Aurorae Synergy mat that might make a huge difference for you, not only on the mat, but also off the mat. So check it out and let us know what you think.
Note: as we go along we will continue to bring you our best suggestions of yoga products that match your needs; this is just one of the many we have discovered.
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