Best Yoga Mat 2016
Top 7 Yoga Mats You Can Buy
Top 7 Yoga Mats You Can Buy
|Best Rated||Best Seller||Best Deal|
|Modell||Jade Harmony Professional Yoga Mat||Manduka PROlite® Mat||prAna Henna E.C.O. yoga mat||NIKE Just Do It Yoga Mat 2.0||adidas Training Mat||66fit Yoga Mat||Everlast Yoga Mat|
|Dimensions||61 x 188 cm||61 x 180 cm||61 x 183 cm||61 x 172.5 cm||61 x 183 cm||60 x 173 cm||61 x 173 cm|
|Thickness||5 mm||5 mm||5 mm||3 mm||10 mm||3.5 mm||6 mm|
|Available in different Colours|
|Material||Natural Rubber||OekoTex PVC||100% Thermoplastic Elastomer||Dual-textured Foam||Textured Foam||PVC||Textured Foam|
|Storage Bag and Straps|
Relax and calm your soul with our best yoga mat reviews 2016.
For those who regularly practise yoga it’s a given that the conscious concentration on one’s body and soul leads to overall relaxation and lightens your mood. It is in general very soothing for the body and soul. There are many different types of yoga and many different, demanding levels. But no matter if you’re a professional or a starter, to ensure you can properly practise you’ll need the right equipment, such as the right surface on which to train or meditate.
In our best yoga mat reviews reviews 2016 we have taken a look into many different models from pilates mats to regular fitness mats to determine the UK’s best yoga mats of this year. In the following guide you’ll find out what to look out for during your purchase and where to find cheap yoga mats that still offer great quality.
For all beginners we have also got a quick guide to the types of mats and some of the best yoga mat brands, such as Gaiam yoga mats or Manduka yoga mats.
So continue reading to find out all you need to know for our reviews 2016.
You’ll not only find different branded and coloured mats in retail but certain categories like pilates mats, fitness mats, workout mats, training mats etc.. In our yoga mat reviews we give you general idea of the different categories.
|Type of Yoga Mat||Description|
|Non-Slip Yoga Mat||Non-slip yoga mats are usually from plastic and are very durable. You can buy basic yoga mats or comfort ones which are thicker and can also be used as fitness mats or pilates mats.|
|Organic Yoga Mats||Some of the best yoga mats in our reviews 2016 were made from organic material such as cotton, jute or natural rubber. They are sustainable and biodegradable.|
|Travel Yoga Mats||You’ll also encounter special travel yoga mats for people who travel a lot but will continue their meditation.|
Here are some things to consider for yoga mats in general.
|Pro’s of Yoga Mats||Con’s of Yoga Mats|
Which type of yoga are you going to practice?
In our best yoga mat reviews we have taken a look at the different styles of yoga and the matching mat to perform it. Gaiam yoga mats or Manduka yoga mats are very popular as general meditation mats. They are a good choice for beginners but tend to be more expensive. Nike yoga mats for example are rather general fitness mats or workout mats designed for special fitness moves or positions. Also consider how intensive your yoga poses are. If you rather opt for relaxing moves and would therefore prefer comfort, go for a model made from cotton or virgin wool. More dynamic, intensive workouts will require a fitness map that doesn’t slip ideally made from PVC or rubber.
Where can I buy a cheap yoga mat?
Especially for beginners buying the cheapest yoga mat may seem attractive as some models are particularly low priced. Though we recommend not to bargain because some poorly manufactured mats are often made with artificial material an can include pollutants. If you want good value for money and are looking for low prices and good offers check out our ‘price tip’ from the best yoga mats in our reviews 2016 above.
This is our best value for money pick meaning you’ll get very decent quality whilst not having to pay a fortune.
Do you want to buy a top quality yoga mat?
If you’re familiar with yoga and want to upgrade to higher quality you’ll probably have to pay more. Some of the best Mats by Gaiam, Manduka or Jade will be a relative expensive investment so be sure of your preferred yoga style and intensity. Some online shops have great offers for top quality models and you can also check out yoga mats for sale, as you might find a real bargain. In our yoga mat reviews 2016 we have picked a ‘top-rated’ yoga mat that in our opinion has all the qualities to be called the UK’s best yoga mat.
Where are you going to practise yoga?
The best yoga mats are universally usable though certain types are more suitable in different surroundings. As you’ve already thought about which style of yoga you’ll be doing you should also consider where you’ll practise it. How much space does your surrounding offer? Choose a smaller sized mat to save space. Choose a thicker mat if you’re meditating outside for prolonged comfort. Our yoga mat reviews 2016 showed that most models from Gaiam and Nike yoga mats to Manduka and Jade yoga mats come in different sizes, colours and materials, offering you a broad selection from which to choose the most suitable mat for you.
This section summarizes the different brands that make the UK’s best yoga mats. Our yoga mat reviews already mentioned Gaiam yoga mats, Nike yoga mats and Manduka yoga mats as some of the leading models on the market, of which some specialize on fitness mats, pilates mats, general workout mats or training mats. Below we have listed other big names and producers of some of the best yoga mats around.
These being some of the biggest producers for women, for men, for beginners or intermediates. The following shine with some of the best value, cheap yoga mats.
No matter if you’re doing yoga at home or in yoga classes, with a couple of nifty gadgets you can make the most of your yoga experience and take full advantage of all the benefits that come from different poses, positions and moves. So below we have some of the most useful accessories from our yoga mat reviews.