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Yoga belongs to all of us. We might not all be destined to be yogis, but we all have something to gain. So take your place on the mat. Perfection is not required. Laughter is encouraged. Consider this an open invitation to join in.
Gaiam yoga, say yes
Gaiam's Thirsty Yoga Mat Towels are extra absorbent, fast drying, and ideal for hot yoga and traditional practice. The microfiber is hypo-allergenic, non-permeable, and dries in half the time of ordinary towels. Mats are sized to fit directly on top of your yoga mat. Easy-care blend of 88% polyester, 12% nylon.
If you enjoy hot yoga sessions, or even if you just sweat a lot – meet your new favorite yoga accessory: Gaiam’s Thirsty Yoga Towel. Designed for Ashtanga, vinyasa and hot yoga, our super-absorbent, microfiber mat towel fits on top of a standard yoga mat, wicking away moisture and drying in half the time of a cotton towel.
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Perfect for hot yoga. Could tell the difference right away between a regular towel and this one. Really helps retain water and has great grip when placed on my yoga mat. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Erica Miller
Terrible yoga mat towel. Does not stay in place AT ALL. I ended up just using it as a regular towel instead.Published 10 hours ago by Andrea
I have a few towels intended for use during hot yoga. Not only is this the worst of them (even ones for $6-8 less) but after one wash it no longer lies flat. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Beth M.
After running I go to yoga,
stretching? no longer "coulda, woulda."
bc of running, i'm dripping sweat.
loud are the squeaks when my mat's wet. Read more
I regret purchasing this towel. The fibers on the towel cling to my feet and do not stay put no matter what I do to it. Read morePublished 11 days ago by bean girl
Doesn't stay flat on yoga mat for an entire session. A towel with grips is probably much more helpful.Published 22 days ago by Shivani