Hugger Mugger Para Rubber Yoga Mat (River)
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- Superior, non-slip grip on both sides
- Natural rubber is durable, and long-lasting
- 1/4" thickness with excellent cushion and shock absorption
- Streaked with a blue and green pattern
- Rubber is a natural, sustainable, renewable material. Ours comes from non-Amazon sources
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This teacher’s favorite features a natural, nonslip surface that brings a more connected feeling to your practice. Each side of this mat provides a different grippy texture, making it excellent for any practice that's enhanced by grip or cushion. You will enjoy this versatile, high-performing surface for years to come!
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It's heavy so it doesn't slide around on the floor, it's cushioned so my knees are happy, and (best of all) I can do poses with sweaty palms without sliding. The only drawback at all is the mat is sticky enough that when swinging my leg to the front of the mat while in any downward position, I absolutely have to lift it - any dragging of the leg and the mat causes resistance. It actually encourages better yoga, but some days I'm not capable of a clean movement and have to come down on a knee and then swing the other leg forward.
It did have a rubbery odor for the first few times I used it but that has totally gone away now and I am 100% pleased.
I was taking a class from the owner of the yoga studio a couple of weeks ago and she did a double take when she was working with me -- looked at what type it was and made the comment that it is a really excellent mat.
It's 100% worth it, because this is a great mat. It's thick and spongy enough to cushion my joints very nicely, but firm enough to feel quite stable in standing poses. Some might like a firmer or softer mat, but for me, this is the perfect balance.
While researching, what really drew me to this mat is the dual-sided aspect. The top, with the streak pattern, is a solid layer of sticky rubber. This side is more grippy, and feels firmer. I use this side most, since I do a lot of vinyasa yoga. If you flip the mat over, it has a more open-cell structure that feels a lot like a Jade mat. It feels softer, which is nice for restorative or yin, and if it's a hot day (I don't have AC) it seems to provide a little more traction under slightly sweaty conditions.
For very sweaty conditions like hot yoga, just use a mat towel. This mat is not great on its own for hot yoga, but is any mat? Quality yoga towels are like 20 bucks, work well, and best of all, prolong the life of your mat because you're not sweating directly onto it.
This mat is heavier than other mats I've had, but I have a backpack style mat bag so I barely notice the increase. The weight comes from the thickness and density that makes it so comfortable.